Pink Luncheon Dollars at Work in Parker County
Pink Luncheon Dollars are still at work providing mammography screenings for Parker County residents. Since the last Pink Luncheon, the Texas Health Resource Mobile Mammography Unit has been in several locations in the county. The mobile unit will be in Parker County again on the following dates.
July 9, 2010 – Willhite Seed Inc., Poolville, TX (On the Square)
July 15, 2010 – All About Kids, Weatherford, TX (Fort Worth Hwy.)
August 31, 2010 – Millsap ISD, Millsap, TX (Elementary Campus)
WC to enhance nursing laboratory
(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Susan Combs announced today (June 21) that Weatherford College was among 22 community colleges across the state receiving more than $3.84 million in grant funds to help finance equipment purchases for new career and technical education programs that support fast-growing industries. The grant money from the Job Building Fund helps Texans get technical training for careers in high-demand occupations.
“This money will help schools buy specialized equipment and training materials to support work force development programs, continuing education training courses, and certificate and associate degree programs experiencing rapidly increasing enrollment,” Combs said.
From the Weatherford Police Dept.
Wendy Field/Weatherford Police Dept.
Citizens are encouraged to attend a town meeting at the Aledo Community Center tomorrow.
It will be held by the Aledo Economic Development Corporation from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
According to Aledo City Administrator Ken Pfeifer, Freese and Nichols, Inc. representatives (the engineering company working on the project with the city) will be giving a presentation on the current strategic plan as well as collected information.
A portion of the meeting will also be dedicated to citizen input.
Aledo Shell station: The Aledo Shell station along south FM-1187.
Sources to The Community News today said that the bongs on sale at the Shell gas station along south FM-1187 have been removed.
The owner reportedly received several complaints and took the items off the shelves. The water pipes, also referred to as bongs, are used in smoking marijuana and were going for $25.
Check the print edition of The Community News Friday for a full story.
Special to The Community News
Wednesday evening the Harvey family home at 109 Muir Hill Dr.
was struck by lightning. All of the family got out of the home before it was
engulfed in flames. Fire departments all the way from Springtown responded to
fire but the home is a total loss.
Weatherford, Texas 76086
BE IT KNOWN, the HONORABLE COMMISSIONERS COURT of PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS, will convene in a SPECIAL MEETING at 9:00 A.M. on TUESDAY the 18th day of MAY 2010 in the COMMISSIONER COURTROOM on the FIRST FLOOR of the COURTHOUSE, ONE COURTHOUSE SQUARE, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS,
TO CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND/OR ACT UPON THE FOLLOWING AGENDA ITEMS:
Neverdouski and Carlisle invited to speak at meeting
A new mayor pro-tem will be elected tonight by the Willow Park City Council at their regular meeting. The second-in-command for the city is chosen by the city council.
Mayor Ken Hawkins said he wants "somebody who has a future with the city." Currently veteran councilman Hale Alderman serves as mayor pro-tem. Hawkins called him "a very valuable asset" to the council.
Amongst discussions on improvements to Ranch House Road, budget reviews and ordinances, Cindy Neverdouski and David Carlisle, who lost their races to the Willow Park City Council a week and a half ago, have been invited to speak to the council by Hawkins and address their proposed municipal goals.
Despite the weather, the all night long Relay for Life event will still take place only it will be indoors.
The event will be at Aledo Baptist Church in the gymnasium. Registration begins at 6 p.m. and the event begins at 7 p.m.