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WILLOW PARK – The East Parker County Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night hosted a forum for candidates running for office in East Parker County, asking several questions of each candidate, including county judge candidates Mark Riley and Cary McKay, facing off in Tuesday’s local Republican primary.
Woman who shot at man is arrested
A Parker County woman was arrested early Wednesday morning, accused of shooting in the direction of a man during an argument.
So close, yet so far away
Raymond George can see the light at the end of the tunnel – and it’s not an oncoming train. Instead, it’s an approaching deadline and what he hopes is the finish line of his 15-year project to restore the Mount Pleasant Colored School House to as close to its original state as possible.
County GOP chair denies taking sides in primary
Two Republican candidates for justice of the peace say they believe Parker County Republican Chair Zan Prince inappropriately used her position to attack their campaigns and give their opponents an advantage in the ongoing primary election.
Council OKs smoking ban
By a 3-2 vote, Weatherford council members Tuesday night passed an ordinance prohibiting smoking in enclosed eating establishments.
City council passes no-smoking ordinance
By a 3-2 vote, Weatherford City Council this evening has adopted a ban on smoking in restaurants and places where food is prepared, consumed and sold. The WD will have a full story later this evening.
Revamping Camp Holland
If there’s one thing you can say about Micah Brownlee, it is that he is driven.
Treasurer’s investment policy on hold
A investment policy for Parker County — proported to help boost county revenues by tens of thousands of dollars — drew discussion but not approval from County Judge Mark Riley and commissioners Monday, less than a week before primary elections.
Mucino named WHA executive director
A product of Weatherford ISD as well as Weatherford College, Rosie Mucino has literally watched Weatherford grow into what it is today, a major advantage to her title as the newest executive director of the Weatherford Housing Authority.
Senior center gets surprise land gift
In the eyes of Parker County Committee on Aging Board President Prissy Neely, it’s been “a long time coming” ... but it is finally coming.
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