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The timing, Cleburne Economic Development Director Grady Easdon said, literally could not be better.

The Texas Historical Commission recently listed Cleburne’s downtown district on the National Register of Historic Places.

The recognition was a long time coming, Save Old Cleburne member Wilma Reed said.

“Members of SOC, city officials and others worked for years to get that designation and a lot of effort was put forward toward achieving that,” Reed said. “It’s quite a relief to have that accomplished and we’re all very proud.”

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