Kudos to the City of Weatherford for the Town Creek hiking/biking trail. The city is doing its part to reduce obesity in our city by giving our residents a super surface and lighting to use for walking, running and biking.
Please don your walking shoes and enjoy the trail beginning at the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce, Weatherford Police Department, Holland Lake Park or Ikard Elementary School.
These trails take you one mile or more and include resting benches and drinking fountains.
You will enjoy this scenic walk/run/biking.
Check it out.
Gale M. Bradford,
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Letters to the Editor: Showing respect
Dear Editor, My sister Robbie Benton’s funeral was Friday afternoon at White’s Funeral Home. The gravesite was outside of Mineral Wells. The respect shown by the good folks of Parker County and the surrounding area was overwhelming. I would say at least 90 percent of drivers pulled over in respect of the loss of life.
Letters to the Editor — Corrupt government breeds violence
I have been intrigued about few human rights issues in foreign countries, but look at what exists in the United States.
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Letters to the Editor: Protecting Medicare Advantage
As one of over 14 million Americans who rely on a Medicare Advantage policy for my medical needs, I know it is crucial for Washington to protect the Advantage program’s budget. The Affordable Care Act already slashed $200 billion from the program. It would be a mistake to dismantle a program that produces better healthcare results than regular Medicare, while often costing seniors much less in the process.
Letters To The Editor: Kelly response
In a recent column, William Kelly stated his opposition to abortion and asked the question, “What do you think?” Well, I think we should all publically express our gratitude to CVS for their announced plan to stop selling tobacco products.
Letters To The Editor: Entitlement mentality
Traffic law violations seem to be changing. During the 25 years I spent driving in Parker and Tarrant counties, it was usually the young men and women in small sporty cars that ran the red lights, stop and yield signs and regularly grossly exceeded the posted speed limits.
Letters to the Editor: Stop the bailout
Dear Editor, The administration and congress knew that ObamaCare would fail but have had a plan all along to bail out the private insurance companies that supported the law with taxpayer money. Of course, this plan was kept hidden from American citizens that are already burdened by taxes. Congress should do everything it can to stop this disastrous bill.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Reader backs Vick
What an exciting time in Parker County to have Dedra Vick, a lady with incredible skills and integrity, running for Parker County treasurer.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: In response to ‘Challenging One’s Beliefs’
Dear Editor, In response to the letter to the editor, “Challenging One’s Beliefs,” published Friday:
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