After a two-year hiatus from live performances, guitar students from the Childbloom Guitar Program of Parker County returned to the stage with much anticipated excitement.
Theatre Off The Square presents its second show of the 23rd Season of Shows, “Last Gas,” by John Cariani, produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. This production is directed by Jacob Myers, with Madeline Eidelbach as the assistant director, and Mark Gillies serving…
Students from area high schools gathered on the Weatherford College campus Feb. 18 for the 20th annual Coyote Area Math Championship in honor of Pat Cook to compete in pre-calculus and calculus competitions via written tests.
Texas fruit crops are behind on chill hours necessary to trigger optimal blooms and good fruit sets, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.
LUBBOCK – Price hikes for family farmers spurred a study on nitrogen fertilizer costs and impact on farms released last week. The analysis, completed by the Ag and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M University eyes several concerning factors that appear to drive fertilizer prices.
Peaster High School FCCLA recently hosted Mike Guidry from Texas AgriLife Extension for an assembly promoting safe driving in the community.
WC alumnus Brazeal to speak at Veterans Day ceremony Weatherford College will commemorate Veterans Day with a ceremony at 10:45 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 11, in the Ed Kramer Veteran Memorial Flag Plaza.
The Doss Cultural Center and Weatherford Art Association held their annual Spirit of the West Awards earlier this month featuring artists from around the North Texas area.
Theatre Off The Square presents “ROCKET MAN” by Steven Dietz, directed by Tyler Burden, with assistant directors Wally Jones and Jacob Myers and stage manager Jordyn Mahar Nelson.
WEATHERFORD – Jeff Williams, president/CEO of Grandview Bank, has announced that Clayton Ratterree has joined Grandview Bank’s Weatherford office as senior vice president of commercial lending.
The Weatherford High School Horseshoe Club held its first ever Horseshoe Pitching Championship Tournament at Love Street Park, Noon Lions Ringer Alley Courts Sept. 25.
Theatre Off The Square in Weatherford presents “The Addams Family, A New Musical,” book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa. The show begins Sept. 10 and runs weekends through Sept. 26. Show times are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Meeting online is now firmly front and center for most research and outreach organizations and agencies. Whether natural resource professionals are battling the ramifications or embracing them, questions may still exist about how content from natural resource professionals can compete with o…
Across Texas, United Way are supporting their respective communities as they respond and recover from the February winter weather disaster. The United Way of Palo Pinto County Inc. recently presented a $10,000 grant to the Salvation Army Mineral Wells and the Mineral Wells Center of Life, in…
WEATHERFORD — More than 150 adults and students entered their work to be judged at the 2021 Parker County Peach Festival Art Competition this month.
His band has the word “little” in its name, but John Thomasson’s role in their success is anything but small. The same could be said for his career in the music industry.
Theatre Off The Square in Weatherford presents its annual youth production, The Rainbow Fish Musical; book, music, and lyrics by Austin Zumbro; adapted from the book by Marcus Pfister; translated into English by J. Alison James; and presented by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama, Inc.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Junior Shorthorn enthusiasts gathering from 28 states competed in the 2021 National Junior Shorthorn Show and Youth Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, June 21-26. Juniors competed with their animals, and had the opportunity to compete in 15 individual, team or state contests.
MINERAL WELLS — RedRover, a national animal welfare nonprofit, was on the ground June 29-July 4, helping the Mineral Wells Animal Shelter provide daily care and comfort for 43 animals who were surrendered by a local homeowner. The animals relinquished include 34 cats and kittens, and nine do…
The Weatherford Art Association met last month at Barlow Hall in Weatherford, awarding several recognitions, including the Artist of the Year, an annual event when members vote on each first place winner from the past year. This year the winner was Colleen Erickson.
The June meeting for Weatherford Art Association had a turnout to see artist Susie Monzingo demonstrate her skill in applying gold leaf application to her paintings. Each month there is a new demonstration for all types of media that includes oil, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, photography…
Cornerstone Community Action Agency has received two $300,000 grants from the Texas Veteran’s Commission Fund for Veteran’s Assistance to help low-income veterans with rent, mortgage, utility, transportation and dental services for Parker, Palo Pinto, Jack Wise, Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Co…
OKLAHOMA – Weatherford’s Melinda Mayes-Kelly captured the All-Around Limited Amateur Bronze Champion title at the AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships on June 26 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Carter BloodCare is counting on the employees of H-E-B stores in Central Texas to help encourage blood donation this summer, amid an urgent need. It is the 18th Annual H-E-B Challenge blood drive, when the grocery chain prioritizes blood donation awareness. Summer is the season when blood do…
Urinary tract infections are one of the most common bacterial infections in women. Approximately 50-60% of women report at least one UTI in their lifetime, and one in three will have at least one symptomatic UTI necessitating antibiotic treatment by age 24. Men also suffer from UTIs, however…
Many Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service employees statewide answered the call when a wide range of efforts related to disaster recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hurricane Laura and Winter Storm Uri were needed in the past year.
5P Ranch, of Poolville, is a new member of the American Angus Association, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Missouri.
WILLOW PARK — For all of its 28 years of existence, Trinity Christian Academy has been without home fields for outdoor athletic programs. But not anymore.
Members of the Weatherford High School Class of 1956 held their first luncheon since the COVID pandemic June 2, at Flames Restaurant in Weatherford.
More than 700 people, a record, gathered in Heritage Park last Thursday for the 12th annual Taste of Parker County benefiting the Weatherford College Foundation.
Two long-term Brock ISD students are going out on top — valedictorian Aislyn Beauregard and salutatorian Tim Hoffman, who have each attended Brock schools since kindergarten.
Six area students have qualified for the Texas High School Rodeo State Finals in cutting. Charles Russell Bushaw, Madison Flynn, Blake Heid, JT Hill, Jade Mitchell and Ryann Packard will be traveling to Abilene to compete June 3-5.
The year’s Miss Parker County Peach Pageant will be held June 19 at the new location of Central Christian Church, 1602 S. Main St. in Weatherford.
Torrye Tyler does not waste time. Whether it’s winning a race on the track or getting her education, she knows how to get it done faster than most other people.
More than two months following the record cold temperatures of Winter Storm Uri, Texans are noticing that some oak trees are still struggling to recover. This has left many of our state’s experts wondering why.
The Doss After Dark series is returning the last two weeks of May and the first two weeks in June with a study of Between the Wars: A World of Change. The one-hour classes begin at 5:30 p.m. each of the four evenings.
This Week's Circulars
- UPDATED: Authorities investigating after body found near Lake Weatherford
- MW trustees hear four-day school pros, cons
- Weatherford, Brock girls qualify for Junior High Rodeo State Finals
- Scott Mendes to be inducted into Bull Riding Hall of Fame
- Meet the Mineral Wells HS val and sal
- BACK TO BACK: Brock golf repeats as state champs
- LIVING WILD: Sanctuary for reptiles and amphibians thriving in Mineral Wells
- PATHWAY TO SUCCESS: CCS valedictorian's future is bright
- Search continues for Texas inmate, reward raised to $50K
- HD 60 candidates Olcott, Rogers address voters at forum