- Two new faces elected to Weatherford council
- Curbside recycling comes to Hudson Oaks
- Woman arrested, charged in attempted hijacking
- I-20 rollover kills woman, injures driver
Sheriff’s Posse’s annual trail ride makes tracks across county
The skies may have been a little grayer than in years past, but even so, several horse enthusiasts faithfully participated in the 51st annual Parker County Sheriff’s Posse trail ride to Mineral Wells Thursday morning.
- Sales tax momentum stays up
Tea Parties differ on local candidates
Members who thought they were part of the Parker County Tea Party were notified last week that the name has actually been registered to another political group.
Family hurt by fund theft charges
According to the family of Sgt. Rusty Arnold, Arnold’s widow received a total of $5,000 from the fund set up to benefit the fallen officer’s family — less one-third of what they believe was collected.
Aledo’s superintendent to bid farewell to career
Aledo superintendent Don Daniel always knew he wanted to be in education.
First as a teacher and coach, he moved his way up the system, before taking office as the Aledo superintendent more than a decade ago.
- Baker's Ribs recovering from fire
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