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Keeping alive the story of Mary Martin: Historian of Weatherford-born actress speaks of Martin in honor of her 100th birthday
Mary Martin historian George Dansker gave a heartwarming lecture about the Weatherford-born Broadway actress many didn’t know during a fundraising dinner honoring her 100th birthday Thursday night.Continued ...
Assessing the needs: Weatherford ISD having district’s facilities’ needs reviewed ahead of April 24 meeting
For the last few weeks, Weatherford ISD has had some new faces on campuses as engineers and architects of Huckabee & Associates have busily been assessing district facility needs.Continued ...
AP: Ohio geologists link seismic activity to fracking
State geologists in Ohio believe they have for the first time linked earthquake activity in the Utica shale to hydraulic fracturing, and the state says it is issuing new permit conditions in seismic-sensitive areas.Continued ...
One college district, one tuition rate: WC trustees approve flat tuition rate for high school students within tri-county service area
Weatherford College trustees approved a tuition change that will impact area high school students taking dual-credit courses.Continued ...
Road Rash a name, not a goal for cycling club
The condition commonly known as road rash, defined by Merriam-Webster as a skin abrasion that usually involves sliding on a hard, rough surface, has zero appeal.Continued ...
- Keeping alive the story of Mary Martin: Historian of Weatherford-born actress speaks of Martin in honor of her 100th birthday
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PASTOR POPHIN: Hallelujahs to hisses
I graduated from Baylor University in 1983. My mother worked as a cashier for Baylor from 1970 until 1995. She became the assistant head cashier and scholarship clerk many years before her retirement.Continued ...
Barnwell completes Basics of County Investments course
Honorable Jenny Barnwell, Parker County treasurer, has completed the Basics of County Investments course presented by the Texas Association of Counties.Continued ...
CASA volunteer advocate training begins April 28
Persons interested in becoming a volunteer advocate for abused and/or neglected children are invited to CASA-Hope For Children’s training that begins April 28.Continued ...
Alzheimer’s group to screen ‘Angel’s Perch’ locally: Feature film tells story of family struggling with Alzheimer’s disease
The Alzheimer’s Association–North Central Texas Chapter will screen “Angel’s Perch” this Wednesday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Doss Heritage and Culture Center in Weatherford.Continued ...
Man charged with severely beating border collie
A Parker County man was arrested Thursday after he was accused of beating a border collie with a metal bucket, breaking several of the animal’s front teeth.Continued ...
- PASTOR POPHIN: Hallelujahs to hisses
- Apr 10, 2014
Inspired route leads to WC
Keaton Hernandez has a pretty simple philosophy about life.
“My life is just a chill life with many blessings,” said the Weatherford College sophomore pitcher. “I just live for the Lord every day and listen for where he wants me to go.”Continued ...
Area baseball-softball results - Apr. 10, 2014
Roos first-inning lead fades in loss to Arlington High
The Weatherford Kangaroo hitters got to Arlington High pitcher Omar Salinas early in a District 3-5A match on Tuesday, but not often, as the Colts bested WHS, 3-1.Continued ...
Aledo soccer scores UK Elite clinic
Aledo Ladycats head soccer coach Bryan Johnson has a habit of going above and beyond to help his students, both in academics and athletics. With his Ladycat Soccer teams in mind, Johnson applied for, and won, a specialized clinic sponsored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and Soccer.com.Continued ...
Weatherford college diamond results - April 11, 2014
CISCO – The Weatherford College softball team got a much-needed conference sweep Wednesday, beating Cisco College on the road, 10-4 and 12-5.Continued ...
- Apr 9, 2014
VBA runners qualify for state meet
Three of Victory Baptist Academy’s high school track runners will represent the school at the state level after qualifying in the TCAF District 2 Track and Field Meet in Springtown on Saturday.Continued ...
- Mar 16, 2014
Such an inspiration
Like nearly everyone, Kristin Bryan believes bullying is wrong. Unlike most everyone, she has gone and done something about it.Continued ...
- Mar 9, 2014
Treating you like family
People have moved south and west across the country for hundreds of years, the call of sunny, warm weather words to many ears.Continued ...
- Mar 2, 2014
Willow Park Insurance Group
More than 60 years of insurance experience awaits when you come by the offices of Willow Park Insurance Group, located at 108 S. Ranch House Rd., Suite 600, in Willow Park.Continued ...
Mitchell, O’Neal unite in marriage
Shelby Mitchell and Stewart O’Neal exchanged wedding vows Saturday, March 22, 2014 at Ashton Gardens in Corinth.Continued ...
Coopers celebrate 50th milestone
Dr. Gary and Glenda Cooper, of Granbury, were married April 4, 1964, at Greenwood Baptist Church in Weatherford. She is the former Glenda Jones.Continued ...
Jones, Stuckly engaged; set December wedding date
David and Donna Jones, of Weatherford, would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Dayla Renae Jones, to Ethan Cole Stuckly, son of Larry and Sharon Stuckly of Pilot Point.Continued ...
Birthday party for Marguerite Madden planned
Marguerite Madden is turning 80 years of age on March 27. She has resided in Weatherford since she was in her early 20s.Continued ...
- Logan Ousley’s birth announced
- Mitchell, O’Neal unite in marriage
WILLOW PARK — Elizabeth Mixson, 89, passed away Monday, April 14, 2014, in Fort Worth.Continued ...
Ruby Grace Cole
Ruby Grace Cole, 80, died Saturday, April 12, 2014, in Fort Worth.Continued ...
Yolanda Wester, age 69, passed away Wednesday, April 9, 2014 in Weatherford, Texas.Continued ...
FORT WORTH – Robert Groom, 76, died Tuesday, April 8, 2014, while enjoying one of his favorite pastimes – playing golf with friends.Continued ...
Lois LeGrand, 84, died Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
- Elizabeth Mixson
VIEWPOINT: Obsessed with sports
I remember reading a synopsis of the five reasons for the “Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire” by Edward Gibbon in which he listed the Romans’ obsession with sports at the coliseum as a cause of the fall of the empire.Continued ...
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