SLIDESHOW: 66th Annual Parker County Frontier Days Rodeo Parade
Dozens of entries took part in Wednesday's 66th Annual Parker County Frontier Days Rodeo Parade along South Main Street, ending at Cherry Park. Here is a collection of photos from the parade.
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The Parker County Hospital District Board of Directors recently delayed appointing a board member to represent Precinct 2 after one board member voiced concerns about the process used to select a candidate from the applicant pool.
CASA seeks 100 new advocates to represent children in CPS care
In Spanish, casa means home, but for thousands of abused and neglected children, it’s an acronym that has even more meaning – it’s the hope of finally finding a safe, permanent home where they can thrive.
Spivack to speak at PCRW event
Parker County Republican Women will have Loren Spivack as the March 13 luncheon meeting guest speaker.
Scouting for scouts
Red Steagall is a cowboy poet, singer and songwriter. He is also a former boy scout.
Back ‘with a vengeance’
In Andrea Lynn’s mind, “First Monday is back with a vengeance.”
State education board candidates in runoff
Tuesday’s voting tallies signified an extremely tight race for State Board of Education District 11 candidates in the Republican primary.
Renfro in runoff for job he didn’t want
Precinct 4 Commissioner Dusty Renfro, who unexpectedly scored 1,213 votes in Tuesday’s Republican Primary while campaigning for an opponent, is still trying to lose his job on the Parker County Commissioners’ Court.
Platters still serving soulful musical nostalgia
A tribute to one of biggest musical recording groups in history will take the Texas Opry Theater stage Saturday.
This time, Riley cruises past McKay in judge’s race
County Judge Mark Riley knocked it out of the park against challenger Cary McKay in final but unofficial returns in Tuesday night’s Republican primary, securing 62 percent of the total votes cast with a final count of 7,524 to 4,670.
Vinson, Hollis in JP3 runoff; Johnson wins JP4 race
Easily beating her opponent with more than 69 percent of the vote, according to final unofficial results, incumbent Lynn Marie Johnson was chosen by voters as the Republican candidate for Justice of the Peace Precinct 4.
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