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Crime of the Week
Weatherford police are asking for help in tracking down a woman suspected of shoplifting a table and are offering a reward through Crime Stoppers.
Doss Center hosting camps for children
It’s never too early to begin preparing for things to keep the kids active during the summer.
HO council approves parking amendment
HUDSON OAKS — Hudson Oaks residents may no longer be able to park vehicles in their front yard after council approved an amendment to the zoning ordinance during Thursday night’s meeting.
A true story
Brian Kechnie, Jr. has been writing cowboy poetry for years.
Pearson hired as seismologist
The Texas Railroad Commission Friday announced the hiring of an in-house seismologist to study a possible link between oil and gas industry disposal wells and earthquakes.
Officials discuss annexation attempt
Residents to the west and south of Weatherford city limits will have a decision to make in May regarding the future of fire and emergency services in their neighborhoods.
Municipal board reviews water supply options
Future water supply options were discussed during a Municipal Utility Board work session Thursday morning.
Bomb squad removes explosive device from Weatherford home
The Fort Worth Bomb Squad was called to assist the Weatherford Fire Department with a suspected explosive device located in a home late Friday morning.
Felony DWI yields 10-year prison sentence
Damian Galvan Hernandez, 39, of Parker County, was found guilty and sentenced to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine for a felony driving while intoxicated charge in a jury trial that concluded on Wednesday in Parker County district court.
Welsh sworn in to represent Precinct 2 of PCHD board
The Parker County Hospital District Board of Directors Thursday appointed former Peaster teacher Marie Welsh to represent Precinct 2 on the board.
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