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EXTENSION NEWS: When thirsty, think water first
If you have kids or other family members who don’t drink enough water, you should encourage them. Rather than choosing a soda or fruit drinks to quench a thirst, choose water first.
VETERANS’ CORNER: VA introducing new ID cards
The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced the phased roll out of newly designed, more secure Veteran Health Identification Cards. The new cards are distinguished by additional security features and will have a different look and feel.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: Got weeds? Here’s what to do
A sudden warm spell during winter can cause weeds to sprout, and I’ve noticed them all across town.
Don’t feed the deer
HUDSON OAKS — Residents are being asked to stop feeding deer after the city council passed an ordinance Thursday night banning the activity.
EMPTY BOWLS FORT WORTH: An artful taste to ending hunger
FORT WORTH – Ceramic artists Carolyn Young and Orbry Chamblee, of Weatherford, and Carole Standridge, of Millsap, are contributing their time and talents to help fill the empty bowls of hungry neighbors.
Last day to vote early
Early voting in the Republican and Democratic primary elections ends today.
The early voting time is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
WILLOW PARK – The East Parker County Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night hosted a forum for candidates running for office in East Parker County, asking several questions of each candidate, including county judge candidates Mark Riley and Cary McKay, facing off in Tuesday’s local Republican primary.
Aledo's Engine 34 ready for action
The recent arrival of shiny new Aledo Fire Department Engine 34 was celebrated Thursday afternoon in a century-old traditional push ceremony on Mesquite Street that climaxed with radio dispatch announcing the $440,000 rescue pumper’s readiness for service.
Aledo City Council to meet Feb. 27
The Aledo City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Aledo Community Center, 104 Robinson Court.
March 4 primary elections
Early voting continues through Friday, Feb. 28, for the March 4 primary elections, where voters will vote in one of two political party elections. The candidate selected (unless a runoff election is necessary) will represent the party in the Nov. 4 General Election.
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