The efforts of multiple city and county leaders, organizations, Parker County Master Gardeners, chamber members, law enforcement, businesses and more came together to result in a dedication for Parker County’s The Peaceful Place garden Friday morning. The garden, which includes brick pathways, a memorial bench and pavillion and an array of flowers and plants, is located at the corner of Dallas and York Avenue in downtown Weatherford. The dedication, postponed a week due to weather, was scheduled to take place in commemoration of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 18-24, to raise awareness about crime victims’ issues and rights. Guests were encouraged to wear blue in honor of crime victims.
This Week's Circulars
- MW man arrested in child pornography investigation
- BOUNCING BACK: Three more Kangaroos sign letters to toss the bean in college
- Landlocked resident still awaiting answers
- Springtown man indicted for continuous sexual abuse of a child
- WC Fire Academy supporters urge college to support program
- Competitors see success at annual livestock show
- Brock ISD names Holmgreen lone finalist for superintendent
- Arrests made in Aledo construction site theft
- WC fire academy's future up in the air
- Aledo's Audrey Pearce earns Texas Legacy All-Star selection
Bill Burt and George Bremer discuss the NFL schedule and Tom Brady's return to New England; Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway reflect on Coach K's retirement; and Clay Horning breaks down the worst defensive play in baseball in recent memory.