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The Food and Drug Administration Monday approved a new drug developed to treat Alzheimer’s, which may be the very first to address underlying symptoms of the disease.

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It has been more than 110 years since the first Father's Day celebration, which occurred in Washington on June 19, 1910. While initially challenging to promote, retailers and advertisers redoubled their efforts to make Father's Day a "second Christmas" for men following the economic downturn…

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New band instruments will be in place for students when the 2021-22 school year begins in August after Weatherford ISD trustees approved more than $98,000 in purchases for the high school and Tison Middle School.

Two Weatherford College student-athletes were in third place in their respective College National Finals Rodeo events after Tuesday's competition at the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper, Wyoming.

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WACO — Summer has arrived with its higher temperatures and water conditions suitable for the spread of an uncommon but usually fatal illness that can occur when water goes up your nose, after, for instance, swimming, diving, skiing or other water recreation.

MINERAL WELLS — Following a 10-year lease of the former Texas National Guard facility, Perone Industries LLC has purchased the property from the Mineral Wells Industrial Foundation. 

Marriages and Deaths recorded from May 19, 2021 to June 9, 2021. This information is being provided as a courtesy by the Office of Lila Deakle, Parker County Clerk. Every effort is made to see that the information is correct and complete. The Parker County Clerk is not responsible should the…

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ALEDO — After opening the Weatherford Music Academy less than two years ago, Phoenix and Danielle Rose have officially opened a second location in Aledo, teaching more than 600 students between the two locations.

Weatherford College athletes had a great start to the College National Finals Rodeo Monday with several high finishes.

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Newspapers in Texas submitted their best work for a chance to earn awards from the Texas Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.

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PARKER COUNTY — The Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District is planning to take a hard look at areas of Wise and Parker counties for water resources in anticipation of increased growth and development.

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PALO PINTO — An individual has been approved to add finishing touches to the Mineral Wells Annex. However, due to a delay on the electrical, the completion date is unknown at this time.

Aaron Lopez has been promoted to chief executive officer of ClearSky Rehabilitation Hospital of Weatherford. The hospital offers specialized rehabilitation services to individuals recovering from disabling injuries or illnesses.

The Weatherford College Board of Trustees received the preliminary 2021-22 budget during their meeting Thursday afternoon.

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Following concerns that the Weatherford College Fire Academy might be in jeopardy, roughly 15 individuals — mostly current or former instructors and cadets of the Weatherford College Fire Academy — showed up at the college's monthly board meeting to express their support of the program.

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MINERAL WELLS — Mineral Wells residents had the chance to voice their concerns and questions on federal issues before U.S. Rep. August Pfluger as part of a town hall Wednesday morning at Brazos Market & Bistro.

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WEATHERFORD — There has been no resolution for a landlocked resident who has been unable to access his property in about six years.

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WEATHERFORD — When COVID-19 had the world turned upside down a year ago, the folks in this part of the world shunned conventional thoughts of isolation and gathered together anyway. 

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PARKER COUNTY — The city of Aledo is working towards acquiring about 246 acres, a portion of Dean Ranch, that currently sits in Fort Worth’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.

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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.

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A public hearing during Tuesday night's Weatherford city council meeting provided several residents with another chance to express their concerns over a potential electric substation that was proposed for an area along Bankhead Drive.

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With their most recent donation, contributions from the Parker County Women's and Newcomers Club to the Weatherford College Foundation have crossed the $100,000 mark. Bob Glenn, WC Foundation president, thanked the club's Scholarship Committee at the college Tuesday.

AUSTIN — Despite a drop in the number of traffic crashes throughout the year, 2020 saw a spike in the number of fatalities overall and deaths of people in Texas from not wearing a seatbelt. That’s why TxDOT is reminding everyone that buckling up is the best defense in a crash.

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.

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