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PASTOR POPHIN: Hallelujahs to hisses
I graduated from Baylor University in 1983. My mother worked as a cashier for Baylor from 1970 until 1995. She became the assistant head cashier and scholarship clerk many years before her retirement.
Barnwell completes Basics of County Investments course
Honorable Jenny Barnwell, Parker County treasurer, has completed the Basics of County Investments course presented by the Texas Association of Counties.
CASA volunteer advocate training begins April 28
Persons interested in becoming a volunteer advocate for abused and/or neglected children are invited to CASA-Hope For Children’s training that begins April 28.
Alzheimer’s group to screen ‘Angel’s Perch’ locally
The Alzheimer’s Association–North Central Texas Chapter will screen “Angel’s Perch” this Wednesday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Doss Heritage and Culture Center in Weatherford.
Man charged with severely beating border collie
A Parker County man was arrested Thursday after he was accused of beating a border collie with a metal bucket, breaking several of the animal’s front teeth.
Roommates charged with assaulting each other
A February knife slashing that reportedly left a Weatherford man with a severed artery started as an argument when a man attempted to evict a woman he believed to be encroaching on his own meth dealing business, according to police, who arrested both of the roommates on assault charges last week.
Police called to report of assault
South Brazos Street and Live Oak Lane residents reported seeing a significant police presence in their neighborhood late Wednesday night.
CASA swears in largest advocates class ever
CASA-Hope for Children recently had one of the largest advocate swearing-in classes in its eight-year history.
Local attorney, law firm receive national recognition
Weatherford attorney Mac Smith, of the law firm Vick, Carney & Smith, LLP, has been named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers.
Interim principal named for Seguin Elementary
Weatherford ISD confirmed Thursday that Andy Pool is no longer principal at Juan E. Seguin Elementary School.
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