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Plants and Gardens.

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - Posted by Craig, in General News., Events and announcements


Plants and gardens for sale.
All day, everyday, come when you can.
3.8 miles west on Hwy 153

Just wanted to let everyone know that if you need plants (even if your budget says no), we have some available at what we believe are very fair prices, donations are accepted. 

Zucchini, Cantaloupe, Okra, Tomato, Cucumber, Beets, Broccoli, Cauliflower etc...

Prices start at $1 for 2" x 2" planters, $4.00 for one gallon pots, larger pots are a bit more.  Ready to go tote gardens start at $20.00

We are adding to the selection every morning.  It is a pretty humble operation, but we pray it might be a blessing to others as much as it is a pleasure to offer them.   We expect to be adding veggies next month.

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City Wide Clean Up

Monday, April 10, 2017 - Posted by Coleman Connected, in General News., Events and announcements, City news

Let's keep Coleman Beautiful.
City Wide Cleanup: May 6-13
Contact the Chamber at:  625-2163 for more information.

City wide Cleanup Planned for City of Coleman

A clean up campaign has been planned for Coleman beginning May 6-13. This project is
a result of planning by the community pride committee of Vision Coleman. A grant in
the amount of $9,975 from 4-B is seeding funding for the effort. Additional grants are
being pursued at this time. Costs for disposal are expected to reach some $25,000.

The Coleman City Council voted 4-0 to back the effort by waiving fees at the
convenience center for the duration of the week of the event. Liz Campbell, City Utilities
Director has arranged for placement of 3 additional dumpsters at the Convenience center
and 4 others at a central location in the city. Dennis Stroebel owner of The Shopping
Basket has volunteered use of vacant property located on East Walnut for placement of
the 4 Dumpsters. Jody Payne, Street Supervisor for the city is directing efforts on street
sweeping, brush chipping and convenience center operations for the event. David
Martinez, Fire Chief of the City is at work Identifying debris and structures that could
threaten public safety, and Connie Echols as Code Enforcement officer is notifying
property owners who are in violation of City Code. City Manager Paul Catoe will serve
as overseer of all city government efforts as well as compliance with existing statues.
Mary Griffth, Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, has volunteered to serve as a
call center for elderly or disabled persons who need assistance in cleaning their property,
or who have brush that needs to be chipped.

The telephone number for The Chamber is 625-2163. Volunteers are being sought to assist those in need and can call this number to have their name placed on the list of helpers in the project. Church Groups and Civic
Clubs are encouraged to be involved.

It should be noted that the dumpsters and use of city facilities and services are by law
limited to use by residents of the City of Coleman. It should be noted that tires, batteries,
paint, oil, chemicals, rocks, and appliances are not allowed in the dumpsters.
Negotiations are underway with recycling companies to dispose of these items and
announcements of central disposal locations for them in the next week.
Residents of the city are encouraged to remove unsightly items from their properties
during the cleanup as well as mowing tall grass and weeds from their area.

It is the goal of this effort to improve the appearance of the city.

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Big Deal downtown Coleman.

Saturday, March 11, 2017 - Posted by Craig, in General News., Events and announcements, City news

Have you noticed, Coleman is growing downtown and it is truly a big deal.  If you haven't strolled along the streets lately, this is the perfect time to come join the fun and see what's new and support Coleman!


Saturday, March 25th, promises to be one of those weekends you really just don't want to miss.  There's going to be lots to do and of course a chance to win the Aaron Watson guitar is really just icing on the cake.

See you there!
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1st Annual Coleman Artist Retrospective

Saturday, October 1, 2016 - Posted by Craig/Bernadette, in General News., Events and announcements


Marian Johnson with her infamous pink flamingo studio painting. 

The 1st annual Coleman county artist retrospection got underway September 29.  The event proved to be a fun filled day with lots of great art, music, food and personality.

See the full story and pictures at the forum:

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Fiesta starts today - Take some pictures!

Saturday, October 1, 2016 - Posted by Admin, in General News., Events and announcements

Fiesta starts today.

Have a great day, support Coleman and take lots of pictures then send them to us and we'll post them right here on Coleman Connected

Picture from the Coleman Chamber of Commerce:


Coleman Connected is seeking news reporters, both volunteer and paid.

If you have news you would like printed, please contact us at

Have a blessed day.

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Early voting numbers

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - Posted by Administrator, in General News., Events and announcements, City news, State, Country, International

Early voting has begun!


Early voting numbers as of 9:00 AM, Wed. 4/27/2016

County voters: 285
City voters: 137

Voting times and places are shown below.  

Per the city of Coleman Website:

Polling Place: Council Chambers, Coleman City Hall
200 West Liveoak Street

Early Voting April 25th-29th (8am-12pm/1pm-5pm)
Early Voting May 2nd-3rd (7am-7pm)
Election Day May 7th, 2016 (7am-7pm)

Valid Photo ID Required

Elections For:
City Council, North Ward, Place 1
City Council, South Ward, Place 4
CISD School Board Trustee, Place 6
CISD School Board Trustee, Place 7

Per the County website:

Early Voting Dates, Hours and Location:

Monday April 25, 2016 - Tuesday, May 3, 2016

(closed on Saturday and Sunday)

8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Coleman County Courthouse

100 Liveoak Street, Suite 105

Coleman, Texas 76834

Election Day Hours and Locations:

May 7, 2016

7:00 am to 7:00 pm

Precinct 1, 2e, 3 and 4 Registered Voters:

Coleman County Courthouse

100 Liveoak Street, Suite 105

Coleman, Texas 76834


Precinct 2 Registered Voters:

Santa Anna ISD

701 Bowie Street

Santa Anna, Texas 76878

Applications for Ballots by mail may be submitted to the Early Voting Clerk

100 Liveoak Street, Suite 105, Coleman, Texas 76834.

Deadline to Receive ABBM for the CCMCD Election is
Tuesday, April 26, 2016

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Max needs a new home.

Friday, May 8, 2015, in General News., Events and announcements

Hi, I'm Max. Ain't I handsome?! Well, I've got the goods to go with my looks. I've been to school and try real hard to be a good boy. I've been a house dog, but I'll stay in the yard if I have to as long as you've got a nice shelter and dog house for me. I'm not sure what breed mix I am. Dad may have had some Chow-Chow in him since I've got some black spots on my tongue. Mom? Probably some Setter or Retriever. Doesn't really matter. I'm just Max, and I'm waiting for you to reply to this post or call Sue at the Humane Society 325-636-8945 so you can come take me home. I'm neutered, house-trained, current on my vaccinations, about 5 years old, and ready to roll. 

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Electrical petitions will be on the city council agenda this Thursday

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - Posted by Craig Allen, in Events and announcements, City news

The two electrical petitions will be on the City council agenda this Thursday.

More than 500 people have signed the petitions to lower our electrical rate and to sell the electrical system so that Coleman families can have relief from these horrific rates and local businesses can compete with their neighbors.
The petition has been certified by the city secretary and has been found to be sufficient, meaning it both complies with the charter’s requirements of a valid petition as well as it has a sufficient number of registered voters.
At this city council meeting, the city secretary will announce those results, but more importantly, the city council will discuss and most likely take some form of action on the petitions.
May 7th, 6:00 PM
  City Council Chambers, City Hall. Liveoak.

The actions that are possible are:
Table the discussions for a future date.
Vote on and adopt (pass) the two petitions (ordinances) as they are without change.
Vote to put the two ordinances on a ballot within 90 days to allow the citizens to vote on these items.
Add their own version of the ordinance(s) and place theirs along with the citizens’ version on the ballot.
Ignore or deny the petition(s) and simply refuse to put the ordinances on the ballot by trying to say the people do not have a right to petition on this subject as it is too complex of an issue for people to understand and they do not have enough facts.
This last choice is strictly against Coleman’s charter, but it very likely that this is what they will do even though the people have shouted clearly and are demanding that they be allowed to vote.
This is a critical time for Coleman. You have spoken up by signing the petitions; it is now important that you contact your council member and let them know you want these petitions to go to the vote of the people.
That is what democracy is all about. You have asked our city leaders to allow you to vote on these very important maters, and this is what you expect them to do.  Uphold the charter, and bring these items to the vote of the people.
The city council meeting is at 6:00 pm, Thursday, May 7th 2015. We encourage you to please clear your schedule and attend this very important meeting.

Here the email addresses of the city council members and city manager.
Mayor Kay Joffrion --
Councilman Johhny Needham --
Councilman Danny Jameson
Mayor Pro-Tem Gary Payne
City Manager Paul Catoe --

Link to the two petitions that have been signed by more than 500 people (each)

Please visit the forum to comment on this post (the comment section below is very limited.)

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Early voting - Count as of 5/2/15

Saturday, May 2, 2015 - Posted by Craig, in Events and announcements, City news


Monday, 27 April 2015 268 voted
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 212 voted
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 187 voted
Thursday, 30 April 2015 208 voted 
Friday, 1 May 2015 224
Monday, 4 May 2015 to be determined
Tuesday, 5 May 2015 to be determined
Saturday, 9 May 2015 to be determined

So far, per Karen Langley, city secretary, 1099 people have voted. This is a VERY large turnout at this point. It is great to see citizens of Coleman county lifting up there voice and making sure the democratic process is fully engaged.

If you have not voted, you sill of course have some time. Early voting continues May 4th and 5th, 7AM to7PM. Election day voting is May 9th, 7AM TO 7PM, at the city hall. 

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Coleman PRCA Rodeo Coleman, TX

Saturday, May 2, 2015, in Events and announcements

Coleman PRCA Rodeo

Date of Event

June 11, 2015 -
June 13, 2015

Event Location

Coleman Rodeo Grounds
Coleman, TX 76834
Get Directions »

Event Type:

Description of Event:

The Coleman PRCA Rodeo is held each June at the Coleman Rodeo Grounds. The dates for the 2015 Coleman PRCA Rodeo are June 11 - 13.
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