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Lipan teacher gets 54 years for sexually abusing students
A Lipan ISD baseball coach from Weatherford was found guilty Wednesday of sexually abusing three students and was sentenced to 54 years in prison.
TOTS presents ‘The Best Christmas Pageant Ever’
Theatre Off The Square presents the third production of their fall mini season, “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” written by Barbara Robinson and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc.
Ceremony to dedicate Wright home marker
The Weatherford community will be honoring former U.S. Speaker of the House, congressman and Weatherford mayor Jim Wright Thursday afternoon with the unveiling of a state historical marker that will be located at the Wright family home.
Mayor seeks public’s input on smoking in public
Weatherford Mayor Dennis Hooks is seeking public feedback on the issue of smoking in public places as city officials begin to discuss how to regulate smoking in public.
Billionaire Alice Walton’s DWI arrest in Weatherford two years ago was ordered expunged from her record following a Monday hearing in district court, the Associated Press reported.
Recent earthquakes causing dam concern
Recent earthquakes in the area have officials looking at dams and infrastructure to make sure no damage is present or could develop later.
Annual Christmas parade set for Saturday morning
The 23rd Annual Gov. Samuel W.T. Lanham Sons of the Confederate Army’s Christmas parade is this coming Saturday, Dec. 7.
Hataway announces as JP Pct. 3 candidate
Retired Arlington police officer Jerry Hataway is seeking the office of Parker County Justice of the Peace for precinct 3 on the Republican ticket.
WISD Going 6A
It looks like Weatherford High School will switching University Interscholastic League classifications when the biannual realignment takes place in February.
Tall in the saddle
In Parker County, horses pretty much rule. One woman, Teresa Miller, has found a way to make the most out of horses.
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