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WC trustees considering slight tuition hike
Weatherford College trustees discussed a possible change in tuition rates and fees during Thursday afternoon’s meeting.
Council receives smoking ordinance draft
Weatherford City Council members will begin looking at the first draft of a proposed no smoking in restaurant ordinance during Tuesday night’s regular meeting.
Candidate for lieutenant governor Patrick expected at local tea party meeting
Current state senator and Republican candidate for Texas lieutenant governor Dan Patrick is scheduled to make an appearance at Thursday night's Parker County Tea Party meeting.
Mineral Wells man killed in house fire
A Mineral Wells man is dead after his two-story, wooden home caught fire on the northwest side of town, Tuesday morning.
Upcoming candidates forums slated
Two forums for candidates running in the March 4 party primaries are scheduled to take place.
Zonta Club of Parker County accepting scholarship applications
The Zonta Club of Parker County is offering students scholarship opportunities, both locally and internationally.
TOTS announces audition dates for performance of ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’
Theatre Off The Square has announced a call for auditions for its production of “Arsenic and Old Lace.”
POLICE BLOTTER: Pair with history of arrests charged with possessing controlled substances
At 1:13 a.m. Saturday a Weatherford officer reportedly made a traffic stop on a 2006 Mazda car in the 700 block of North Main Street driving without its headlights on.
WC Softball Booster Club to host 3-D Archery Tournament
The Weatherford Coyotes Softball Booster Club will host its inaugural 3-D Archery Tournament on Friday, March 7, at the WC Agricultural Center located at the intersection of FM Road 51 and B.B. Fielder Road.
I-20 traffic to be diverted Feb. 17-18
Weather permitting, I-20 traffic eastbound and westbound will be diverted to the new exit/entrance ramps from the hours of 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Feb. 17 and 18th at the Ric Williamson/I-20 Interchange. This diversion will allow for the new bridge beams to be put into place.
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