When a person prays to receive Christ as their Savior, several wonderful things occur in our lives.
Now four years into their efforts, Envision Mineral Wells on Thursday took time to look back on accomplishments to date and ongoing projects, and look ahead at the next steps to keep their positive momentum moving forward.
Millsap High School students, staff and community members are participating in classes to teach leadership and communication skills in a new program called LeadR4Life: I Am The Message.
Seeking a balance between giving citizens a chance to address council and maintain decorum and civility during meetings, Mineral Wells City Council on Tuesday adopted formal speaker guidelines.
Former businessman and Colleyville City Council member Chris Putnam is running against Congresswoman Kay Granger for her district in the 2020 Republican primary.
Parker County Sheriff’s Office investigators from three divisions executed a search warrant in the 5000 block of Upper Denton Road Thursday evening, which resulted in the arrests of Colton Wayne Lackey, 20, and Amanda Nicole Fuller, 34.
Two former Parker County Precinct 4 employees have filed discrimination complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after they were terminated by Commissioner Steve Dugan last month.
CHEROKEE COUNTY – Delightful scenes featuring colorful and creative scarecrows await public perusal during this year's Scarecrow Trail, slated Oct. 5-17 at the Ruth Bowling Nichols Arboretum in Jacksonville.
At Tuesday’s Rotary Club of Weatherford meeting, a presentation was held over some of the adult programs the Weatherford Public Library has to offer as well as its digital services.
It was a award-filled night when the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce announced this year’s award recipients at the 99th annual chamber banquet at Dove Ridge Vineyard Tuesday night.
As an alleged charter violation probe against Mayor Christopher Perricone moves ahead, complainant and Mineral Wells City Clerk Peggy Clifton requested a fair and swift process to protect her from what she claims is ongoing harassment by the mayor and his supporters.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History named Springtown Middle School history teacher Nancy Palmarchuk as Texas’ 2019 History Teacher of the Year.
As park weather approaches, Weatherford Police Department Sgt. John Rudolph offers some advice following two vehicle burglaries that occurred at Holland Lake Park Sunday afternoon.
Diane Taylor, owner of Reading Friends of Aledo, presented her Adopt-A-Sport proposal, that aims to rejuvenate a flowerbed, to the Aledo City Council last week, which was unanimously approved.
A week ago, State Rep. Mike Lang surprisingly announced he would not seek re-election to his Texas House District 60 seat, saying he was taking the “fight” home to “the front lines” to run for an open Hood County commissioner seat.
Beginning day enrollment for the various public, private and upper education institutions operating in Cherokee County have remained equal to or are greater than the previous year, with the exception of one district, which is still dealing with loss due to a natural disaster in April.
The Aledo High School Class of 2021 is bringing back the Dancing with the Stars fundraiser next year for project celebration, and the competing teams have been announced.
In an effort to save costs on animal services, the Aledo City Council and staff approved an alternative animal control plan in a partnership with VCA Aledo Animal Hospital last week.
PALO PINTO COUNTY – Law enforcement was called to a large party involving high school students and alcohol Saturday night that resulted in two dozen citations issued and a lot of calls to parents, but no arrests.
This week we are wrapping up our September sermon series, “Burned.” We’ve been looking at the various ways the church tends to burn or harm the very people God sent it to save by touching on the words we use with other people to the hypocrisy that can often be found in churches.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service takes research-based information directly to people, and three Parker County agents discussed their experience as well as the beneficial resources they can provide to residents.
The Mineral Wells Chamber of Commerce will present a “Report to the Community” on Thursday, October 3, beginning at 8:30 a.m. at First Baptist Church in Mineral Wells.
Aledo ISD Superintendent Susan K. Bohn gave a presentation to the Aledo City Council on Thursday night over the $149,950,000 bond, which will be on the Nov. 5 ballot.
A Parker County grand jury indicted Scott Patrick Lewis, 57, of Springtown, for criminal mischief after removing the electrical meter box from his home.
Fifth generation Palo Pinto County rancher and veterinarian Dr. Glenn Rogers was preparing to face two-term incumbent and Empower Texans-financed Mike Lang in the March Republican primary race for the Texas House District 60 seat.
Parker County 4-H members attended commissioners court this week and shared experiences about how the program has impacted their lives before a proclamation recognizing Oct. 6-12 as 4-H Week was approved.
Brock ISD Superintendent Cade Smith hosted the second of three meetings about the upcoming bond election and answered community questions on Wednesday at Brock High School.
The city of Hudson Oaks is once again kicking off its signature fall event, Craft and Cork, featuring wine and beer pairings, local food and live music from 7-10 p.m. on Oct. 12 at Gene Voyles Park.
MOUNT SELMAN – The sixth annual Bull Nettle Festival in Mount Selman is slated from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday Sept. 28, at the Cactus Speedway, 1595 County Road 3701 in Bullard. Proceeds benefit the Sharon Shriners.
City of Jacksonville officials are looking forward to the construction of a new public safety complex to be completed in 2021, according to Jacksonville City Manager Greg Smith.
Weatherford College student Hannah Krier, 17, is planning to represent Weatherford in November in Anaheim, California at the National All-American Miss Pageant.
Mineral Wells Rams fans will want to be in their stadium seats well before kickoff Friday, as the Mineral Wells High School Athletics Hall of Fame inducts five new members.
President of Hobson Air Conditioning/Comfort Experts Inc. Brett Hobson was honored with the Patriot Award Monday afternoon for his support of employees that are member of the military.
Millsap ISD board of trustees heard a presentation from the elementary school on Monday during the school board meeting in the Millsap Administration Board Room/Media Center.
This Week's Circulars
- Cross Roads man confesses to continual sexual assault of a child
- HCSO searches for missing woman
- Athens Fire responding to structure fire
- Crews respond to structure fire in Athens
- Grand Jury returns indictments
- Bealls Dept. Store converting to Gordmans by 2020
- Athens Police cases listed in report
- County faces repayment of equipment taxes
- Athens sales tax up slightly
- Athens Thrift donates $126,000 to local charities
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