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County GOP chair denies taking sides in primary
Two Republican candidates for justice of the peace say they believe Parker County Republican Chair Zan Prince inappropriately used her position to attack their campaigns and give their opponents an advantage in the ongoing primary election.
EXTENSION NEWS: Peanut butter can be a hearty choice for nutrition
Peanut butter can offer the same health benefits that peanuts do. Peanuts are a legume and can give you the same health benefits as true tree nuts, such as almonds and walnuts.
VETERANS’ CORNER: Military branches addressing misconduct, ethics and training
The number of U.S. soldiers forced out of the Army because of crimes or misconduct has soared in the past several years as the military emerges from a decade of war that put a greater focus on battle competence than on character.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: For some roses, it’s pruning time
Pruning is an important step in maintaining healthy roses. It promotes new growth, maintains a pleasing shape, and maximizes the bloom potential. Now is the time to prune repeat-blooming roses such as EarthKind and antique roses, including the popular KnockOut.
Most area cities show sales tax gains
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs recently said state sales tax revenue reported to the state in January was $2.3 billion, up 8.3 percent compared to January 2013.
Edward D. Jackson
ANNETTA – Edward D. Jackson, 80, died peacefully at his home on Feb. 14, 2014.
Hoping to become a board teen
ALEDO – An 18-year-old Aledo High School senior concerned about the lack of career technology education — and its effect on the future of Aledo ISD students — is making a bid for a seat on the Aledo ISD school board.
MEET THE CANDIDATES: The race for Precinct 4 County Commissioner
The WD recently sent questionnaires to the candidates in contested county races in the March 4 primary elections. The candidates were asked to provide background information and answers, in 300 words or less, to questions posed to them. Early voting begins Feb. 18. Today we look at the Republican primary candidates for Parker County Commissioner, Precinct 4. There is no Democratic opponent.
Parker County Crime Stoppers' Most Wanted – February 2014
Here is the latest Parker County Crime Stoppers' Most Wanted List. Click the link to see a larger version of this poster. If you know the whereabouts of anyone listed on the poster, call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 817-599-5555.
GOP candidates make their pitch
The Parker County Republican Party held a candidates forum Monday night, inviting Republican primary candidates to address the several hundred people gathered at the Parker County Courthouse and answer questions from a panel of local media.
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