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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: I’m sure you’ll agree
Our government, Democrats and Republicans, are showing they know nothing about finances.
Mary Martin exhibit set to open at Doss
An exhibit honoring the 100th birthday of the late actress and Weatherford native Mary Martin that will officially open Wednesday at the Doss Heritage and Culture Center.
Weather continues to cause print edition delivery problems
The good thing about an eEdition is that, as long as their is power on the publisher's end and the customer has power and Internet service - either wired or wireless - the newspaper can be easily delivered, read and enjoyed.
PACKED IN ICE
As much as 3 inches of ice and sleet made Friday fun for some people, frustrating for others while the rest simply took the rare winter storm in stride.
Former speaker’s former home gets historic marker
Despite the freezing rain and sleet Thursday afternoon, a crowd of Weatherford dignitaries, Wright family friends and others showed up to recognize one of Weatherford’s most prominent sons.
It’s a rockin’ Christmas Saturday at Texas Opry Theater
The Texas Opry Theater presents A Rockin ‘n’ Rollin’ Christmas Special at 3 p.m. Saturday at the York Avenue venue.
All area schools, colleges closed
SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Aledo ISD, Azle ISD, Brock ISD, Garner ISD, Millsap ISD, Poolville ISD, Trinity Christian Academy, Springtown ISD, Weatherford ISD, Weatherford College, Weatherford Christian School, TCU.
Christmas on the Square still on; Saturday parade is not
Weatherford Chamber of Commerce officials and the U.S. Postal Service have one thing in common this time of year.
Willow Park councilman files for JP Pct. 4 seat
Bernard R. Suchocki, an attorney and Willow Park city council member, has filed to run against incumbent Lynn Marie Johnson for Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 in East Parker County.
Early release today for WISD; delayed opening Friday
Weatherford ISD will be releasing students at all campuses at 2:30 p.m. today (Thursday). Buses will run at 2:30 p.m. for the elementary campuses, and 3 p.m. for secondary campuses. Also, all after-school activities have been cancelled for tonight.
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