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Don’t feed the deer
HUDSON OAKS — Residents are being asked to stop feeding deer after the city council passed an ordinance Thursday night banning the activity.
For now, no youth baseball in Peaster
PEASTER – Peaster Baseball Association board members didn't have many answers for the group of about two dozen upset parents and children who showed up at Peaster Elementary School Thursday night.
EMPTY BOWLS FORT WORTH: An artful taste to ending hunger
FORT WORTH – Ceramic artists Carolyn Young and Orbry Chamblee, of Weatherford, and Carole Standridge, of Millsap, are contributing their time and talents to help fill the empty bowls of hungry neighbors.
Special First Monday on tap
A couple of special events will highlight this month’s First Monday Trade Days.
Utilities for youth sports complex OK’d
Weatherford Municipal Utility Board members approved extending a wastewater line that will enable construction of a ballpark for physically and mentally challenged kids.
Grace House to benefit from salon’s ‘re-opening’
It’s not often businesses have more than one grand opening. Fancy That Tan & Boutique will be doing that this Saturday and trying to help out an organization in the process.
Hollis hoping to become next justice of the peace for Pct. 3
Anne Hollis is seeking the office of Parker County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3. She is on the Republican primary ballot in a four-candidate race along with Jerry Hataway, Dustin Vinson and Greg Martin. There is no Democratic challenger.
Youth baseball league official arrested
PEASTER – Parker County Sheriff’s Office investigators obtained a warrant Thursday and arrested the president of a local youth baseball association.
Lifesaving actions honored
Two wastewater utility employees were given the Mayor’s Meritorious Service Awards from the City of Weatherford during Tuesday night’s city council meeting for aiding a contractor who was having a heart attack.
Reno council rejects de-annexation effort
RENO — A petition calling for the de-annexation of the western part of the City of Reno has been declared invalid by the city attorney and will not go before voters in May elections, according to action taken by the Reno City Council Monday night.
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