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MILLSAP MATTERS: MYA honors youth hoopsters
MILLSAP – As we are enjoying glimpses of spring, many of our youth are staying very busy with sports. The Millsap Youth Association plays an important part in this aspect of area kids’ lives.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: Got weeds? Here’s what to do
A sudden warm spell during winter can cause weeds to sprout, and I’ve noticed them all across town.
NOW HEAR THIS: Celebrating our independence
Many of you reading today’s paper will not remember that today is the anniversary of one of boldest steps ever taken by the people of Texas – declaring our independence from Mexico under the centralist military dictatorial rule of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Special Roos make Weatherford proud
The Weatherford Special Roos, composed of special education students, and an equal number of students with no handicap problems, competed in the National Special Olympics Bowling Tournament at Reno, Nev., this past week.
Lady Coyotes prep for Region V Tournament
The Weatherford College Lady Coyote basketball team, for the fourth straight year, is heading to the postseason. The Lady Coyotes will face Midland College in the first round of the Region V Tournament at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 6 at Lubbock Christian University.
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.
Ponder gets regional revenge in last-second win over Brock
STEPHENVILLE — It’s been said revenge is a dish best served cold.
Wall ‘bigs,’ foul trouble leave Lady Eagles short of sixth straight
AUSTIN — Though down by 10 points with its only senior, as well as its starting center, out of the game in the final minute, Brock showed no signs of panic in the Class 2A girls basketball final at the Frank Irwin Center in Austin on Saturday.
Lady Eagles' title string snapped
AUSTIN – The Brock Lady Eagles were unsuccessful in claiming a state-record sixth straight girls championship, losing 48-44 to Wall High School in the Class 2A title game in Austin.
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.
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