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CASA–Hope for Children’s Eighth Annual Breakfast with Santa Dec. 14
CASA–Hope for Children’s Annual Breakfast with Santa is almost here and the public is invited to join in the fun.
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.
WAA offers free gift wrapping
The Weatherford Art Association is offering free Christmas gift wrapping this holiday season. Simply bring your gifts to 119 Palo Pinto St. (the old fire house/city hall) between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays.
Help keep someone’s lights, heat on this holiday season
Yuletide Utilities 2013 is a program that lets residents pay all or a portion of someone’s utility bill.
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.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Why I am a Republican
I hope that you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are looking forward to a very Merry Christmas!
WISD Going 6A
It looks like Weatherford High School will switching University Interscholastic League classifications when the biannual realignment takes place in February.
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