Former Texas Governor Rick Perry on Monday gave his support for Dr. Glenn Rogers in the Texas House District 60 primary.
After the Parker County commissioners last month approved turning the law library into a passport office, law library committee members spoke out against the change at Monday's meeting.
43 “No good tree bears bad fruit, nor does a bad tree bear good fruit. 44 Each tree is recognized by its own fruit. People do not pick figs from thornbushes, or grapes from briers. 45 A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.”
Cherokee County Sheriff James Campbell confirmed that a body recovered Thursday afternoon from the Neches River has been identified as missing Wells resident Danny Wayne Carter.
CHEROKEE COUNTY – While they come from different backgrounds, and have varied interests, this year’s group of Women’s History Month honorees all have one thing in common: They have created a "Lasting Legacy” through their unwavering support of their communities.
With his mayoral term ending in a little more than three months, Christopher Perricone has offered to step down early on one condition – prove to him that multiple and identical versions of a tax abatement agreement publicly approved by local taxing entities are not false documents.
Mineral Wells City Council on Tuesday voted to exclude Mayor Christopher Perricone from closed-door discussions about American Precision Ammunition’s federal lawsuit against the city.
Garner ISD board of trustees approved an interim agreement for master planning with Architects Rabe and Partners for $28,000 on Thursday evening.
The Aledo city council unanimously approved a request for a Special Use Permit for a new 110-unit assisted living and memory care facility that is planned for the 900 block of Bailey Ranch Road.
NASA Astronaut Jeanette Epps talked with Weatherford High School seniors about her job and an upcoming space mission on Friday morning in the Durant Auditorium.
After it was discovered that the city of Aledo owed the Texas Department of Transportation $173,514.84 for the Safe Routes to School project in November, TxDOT has agreed to pay $95,000 of the amount.
Millsap High School’s band made history again — for the first time, two students will perform in the Association of Texas Small School Bands All-State Band.
Tickets are now available for the Weatherford Rotary Club’s 64th annual Pancake Supper event, which helps raise funds to provide scholarships for area high school students.
The Aledo ISD board of trustees unanimously approved the purchase of eight new school buses to rotate old ones out and utilize some for additional routes.
CHEROKEE COUNTY – National Transportation Safety Board officials were on site this week to investigate the scene of a fatal plane crash that claimed the life of a Jacksonville pilot.
God reveals Himself in the book of Amos as one who is completely and absolutely fed up with the hypocrisy of His people. He delivers a devastating rebuke against all unrighteousness.
Last week, Brock ISD board of trustees honored Brock High School welding students with a Spirit of Brock Award for creating a bridge to assist those walking into the intermediate school during rainy weather.
The Aledo ISD board of trustees and other officials heard an update from the architect firms that were approved in December to take on the elementary school and middle school bond projects at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
At a Parker County transportation workshop Tuesday night, a variety of local and state officials sat down to collaborate on transportation needs, which primarily focused on the Interstate 20 corridor.
At Tuesday’s meeting of the Rotary Club of Weatherford, Ben Carrillo presented information about the non-profit organization Hallie’s Heroes and an upcoming benefit that will be held in Weatherford.
The public was invited to attend the Parker County Republican Candidate Forum Monday night where candidates shared the issues they’re concerned about and would like to change in local and state races.
ALTO – A once-familiar sight located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 69 and Texas Highway 21, an iconic mural featuring a map of historical sites in the area, is no more.
Ever since I was a boy dunking minnows in Pecan Bayou near our home in Red River County, I dreamed of heading to the wilds of Canada to catch big northern pike, lake trout and walleye. I remember reading all about this fishing wonderland in magazines and back then never dreamed that one day, I would actually experience the thrill of tossing a big plug over a shallow weed bed and hooking into a pike almost as long as a boat paddle or, catching those great eating walleye and enjoying a shoreline lunch prepared over a wood fire.
About 45 people attended the 28th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Breakfast on Saturday morning at Weatherford College’s Doss Student Center.
A Weatherford man died after the vehicle he was driving was struck when he failed to yield the right-of-way along Farm-to-Market Road 920 Saturday night.
In the second chapter of the Gospel according to Mark, we discover Jesus teaching and meeting with the crowds at Capernaum. His popularity grows so much that his house is surrounded by a mob of people straining to hear what he has to say.
In her first year of teaching floral design, Poolville High School agriculture teacher Hope Sorrells has learned that floral design is an art, and there’s not just one correct way to compose an arrangement.
There are a lot of interesting movies coming out this year! When I wrote the “Top 10 list of 2019,” I took a consensus of what our readers, myself and film critics were saying.
The Wednesday Bible Study Club met Jan. 8 in the library of Indian Creek Baptist Church. Mrs. Carla Narcomey served as hostess and opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Sherri Fuller presented the lesson from Philippians, chapter 2.
A ribbon cutting and tours will be held at 11 a.m. on Jan. 28 to celebrate the official opening of the new Willow Park Public Safety Building.
During the next few weeks, W-2 forms will show up at your work desk or in your mail, and the IRS will begin accepting tax returns on Monday, January 27. While hiring the wrong tax preparer can result in headaches, fines and fees. BBB reminds consumers to be on the lookout for tax scammers and to confirm a tax preparer's qualifications before trusting them with personal information.
Weatherford College board of trustees approved the determination of prevailing wage on construction projects for balance of fiscal year 2019-20 during the meeting Thursday.
The City of Mineral Wells has been awarded two Community Development Block Grants, one that will provide streets and drainage improvements in a southwest part of town and one to improve several blocks of downtown sidewalks.
The votes will come in the March 3 primaries. The campaign dollars are coming in – and going out – now in hopes they translate into votes and victory.
After a recent case with an older female dog, Weatherford Parker County Animal Shelter officials want to share why it’s important to have your pets spayed or neutered.
Weatherford City Council heard a report on the fire stations location study from Emergency Services Consulting International during the council meeting on Tuesday.
CHEROKEE COUNTY – For the next several days, county crews are expected to continue clearing debris created by an EF-1 tornado that hit the area late Friday, part of a miles-long storm system that blew through the area.
The book of Amos is a scathing rebuke against all unrighteousness. God is calling His people to remember who He is and repent, throwing themselves on His mercy. In the middle of chapter five, the Lord turns Amos’s attention to “The Day of the Lord”. The Day of the Lord is a common theme throughout the Old and New Testaments. It is described as the time when God says enough is enough; the time for final judgment has arrived. The Son of Man will return to the earth. This time, He will not be coming as the Suffering Servant, in lowliness and humility allowing Himself to be mocked and spit upon. Rather, this time, He will come in power and glory and wrath and judgment. He will usher in the Kingdom of God in its fullness. All attacks upon it will come to an end. Christ will rule and reign in absolute power and authority. Even though believers will face some judgment, for them the Day of the Lord will ultimately be a day of joy and victory. Horrifyingly, to unbelievers the Day of the Lord will be a day of judgment, punishment, and terror that will never end.
After a threatening message was written on the wall in the girls' bathroom at Aledo Middle School Wednesday, the threat was deemed non-credible, according to Aledo ISD officials.
More than 100 people attended the second town hall meeting on the Parker County Thoroughfare Plan where residents shared their concerns and gave input to the commissioners, county judge and other officials involved.
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