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Charles Swancy Award recipients
David Rothrock and Bob Glenn received the prestigious Charles Swancy Award. Known for setting a standard of service in the Noon Lions Club, Charles Swancy had perfect attendance for over 40 years during his time in the Noon Lions Club of Weatherford. The club wanted to honor his service and created this award. The club has been honoring those who reach 30 or more years as a member.
WC Workforce and Continuing Ed celebrates with graduation
Weatherford College’s Workforce and Continuing Education Department had a full house at their spring graduation ceremony held on June 5 in the Alkek Fine Arts Center.
Azle Minor Care now open
AZLE — Azle Minor Care is now open in its new location and ready to care for residents of Azle and surrounding communities. Now located in the medical office building at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, the clinic is designed to be an additional after-hours resource for patients to be treated for a variety of conditions that range from minor lacerations to flu-like symptoms. Clinicians are also qualified to perform school physicals.
Red Cross issues 4th of July safety steps
For the Fourth of July weekend, the American Red Cross offers a series of steps everyone can follow to safely enjoy the holiday weekend.
Ruiz named to McPherson honor roll
McPherson College has recognized its highest academic achievers for the 2013-2014 academic year with their honor roll and honorable mention students. To qualify for the honor roll, students must be a full-time student and earn a grade point average of 3.55 or higher during the previous term.
Commissioners court seeks ESD No. 9 board applicants
Parker County’s Commissioners Court is seeking applicants from within the boundaries of Emergency Services District No. 9 to fill a vacated seat on the board.
Benefit concert Friday
Brock Baptist Church is hosting ‘Plumb: Need You Now,’ a benefit concert to be held Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Special guests include Abandon and All To Ashes.
Pesticide private applicator training
To comply with current pesticide handling laws, those who use certain pesticides must receive training on the proper use, storage, and disposal of these chemicals. A license is required of anyone who purchases and/or applies a restricted-use or state-limited use pesticide for the production of an agricultural commodity. Restricted-use pesticides are classified by the Environmental Protection Agency. The Texas Department of Agriculture classifies state-limited use pesticides. Product labels indicate restricted-use pesticides, while state regulations list state-limited use chemicals.
DAILY RECORD: Marriages and deaths
06-14-2014 Jeffery T. Malone / Katie E. Burrows
TOTS to hold auditions
Theatre Off the Square will be holding auditions for it’s next production, ‘Unnecessary Farce,’ By Paul Slade. The comedy is produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. and directed by Pat Dohoney.
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