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Man cited for shooting, killing protected owl
A Springtown-area man who authorities say shot a Great Horned Owl he claimed was killing his chickens is now facing a fine after reportedly posting a picture of his kill on Facebook.
More quakes recorded
A 16th and 17th earthquake, both minor, in northeast Parker County shook the area Tuesday.
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Shop for an ‘Angel’ this year
While out playing Santa this weekend for family and friends, you might consider playing Santa for one of the community’s less fortunate children.
Gobbling up a few more bucks this year
WACO – If you have done all your grocery shopping for Thursday’s Thanksgiving dinner, you might have noticed the costs for a traditional, Texas-style Thanksgiving dinner for 10 is up a little more than 4 percent from last year, according to the special Texas Farm Bureau 2013 Thanksgiving Meal Report.
Old Brock Road bridge to close Dec. 2
As work continues on the last phase of the Ric Williamson Memorial Highway, the Old Brock Road Bridge at Interstate 20 will be closed beginning Dec. 2.
Preparations for Courthouse Tree Lighting ceremony continue
The public is invited to participate in the Parker County Courthouse Christmas Lighting Ceremony set for 7 p.m. next Saturday, Nov. 30.
WCS receives $250K gift for new ed facility
Weatherford Christian School’s Head of School Courtney McKeown announced Thursday night the school has received a $250,000 anonymous gift to go toward construction of a new educational wing that will house students in grades four through eight beginning in the fall of 2014.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: No sympathy for Republicans
On Thursday the U.S. Senate returned to democracy by changing a senate rule that lowered the number of votes necessary to approve a presidential appointee to the federal courts and administration offices to a simple majority of 51.
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