Meet Hydro. She is a 1-year-old Lab.
She is fun to be around, good on a leash, friendly, doesn’t bark at other dogs, knows the command “sit,” doesn’t jump on you and she makes eye contact. She seems easily trainable.
She is such a sweet girl and would make a great addition to any family and would be ever so grateful. She has been overlooked for a month. She deserves to find her very own forever home like the other dogs at the Weatherford Parker County Animal Shelter.
If you are interested in Hydro or any of her shelter friends, they can be visited Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., with extended hours on Wednesdays and Fridays until 6 p.m. Or, visit the animal shelter’s website at www.weatherfordtx.gov/animal and see all of Hydro’s friends.
All adoptions are $40. All adoptions include their sterilization, vaccinations, microchip and all the love that they will bring to your family.
Meet Hydro. She is a 1-year-old Lab.
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Area council, school board filings
Filings for school board and city council elections in May ended last Friday. Here are the filings for area city council seats open in May:
Chick Days: Raising happy, healthy chicks
For those thinking of raising chickens, those who have chickens and want to get the best eggs for the family or anyone who wants to learn more about chickens and tips on keeping them healthy, Walden Farm and Ranch Supply is hosting seminars on Saturday, March 15, at its Weatherford location, 2551 S. Main St., and Saturday, March 29, at the Millsap location, 201 Fairview Road, for Chick Days. Learn all about what’s best for your chickens and how that can result in delicious eggs.
POLICE BLOTTER: Stolen vehicle alert leads to pursuit, arrests
Police responded Friday evening around 5:23 p.m. to a report of a possible stolen vehicle located at a business in the 100 block of Interstate 20 West. An officer found the vehicle with two people inside. As the officer approached the car, it reportedly took off, beginning a high-speed pursuit.
WAA February artists of the month
The February meeting of the Weatherford Art Association featured an ‘alla prima’ (completed in one setting) painting session with guest artist Pamela Blaies, a Texas artist, who demonstrated her techniques using oils and a linen canvas to complete a small, still life painting in about an hour.
Quilting for comfort
On Feb. 20, the Quilter’s Guild of Parker County met to quilt quilts for the Comfort Quilt Program of the Guild.
Poolville math, science teams compete
The Poolville Junior High Math and Science Team competed in Wichita Falls, at City View Junior High, on Feb. 22. Twelve students attended the meet with about 200 other students. This was the first qualifying meet. Team members have two more chances to advance to the state competition.
PASTOR POPHIN: How to wait on God
I’m a time-conscious kind of person. My father instilled in me the quality that I was not only to be where I was supposed to be on time, but I was to get there early.
Airman Kendrick completes basic
Air Force Airman Cameron S. Kendrick graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
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.
Nextlink presents check to Grace House Ministries
Vice President and Co-Founder, Kevin Grace, of Nextlink Broadband, presented a $1,096 check to Executive Director of Grace House Ministries Dana Blankenship following the end of a Nextlink fundraiser to support the local community. Nextlink strives to deliver voice and data services to the under-served enterprise, commercial, and residential markets of rural suburban Texas.
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