News of a general nature not tied to a particular locality.
Numerous incidents of car vandalism Friday night have been reported to local law enforcement agencies today (Saturday).
Willow Park Police Chief Brad Johnson said more than 20 cases had been reported in the city, with about the same number reported in Weatherford and additional reports around the county.
Johnson is asking for the public's help in identifying the vandals. Anyone who may have seen an incident is asked to contact their local law enforcement agency.
The public is also asked to keep watch and report any questionable activity.
Residents of Willow Park: Call the Willow Park Police Department at 817-441-9747.
Residents of Hudson Oaks: Call the Hudson Oaks Police Department at 682-229-2400.
Due to the Texas Press Association convention in Galveston, The Community News office will be closed Thursday and Friday, January 22-23. Regular newspaper deliveries will be made, and we will monitor telephone and emails.
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Buses carrying Snowball Express families make their way west on Interstate 20 at FM 1187.Well wishers lined up along Interstate 20 at FM 1187 Saturday morning to greet the Snowball Express. The families of military men and women who have died in service to country since Sept. 11, 2001 were headed from Fort Worth to a Ranch Day at the Parker County Sheriff's Posse, shutting down the interstate for a time.
Parker County residents are invited to take part in welcoming families from around the country for the annual Snowball Express.
Snowball Express, an event held for the families of American service men and women who have died on active duty since Sept. 11, 2001, will be making its way through Parker County Saturday, Dec. 13.
Citizens are encouraged to line their travel route to pay tribute to the families.
"We need to support these children who will never spend another Christmas morning with their parent again. May we never forget the ultimate sacrifice their entire family has made for our freedom,” said Carolyn Estes, helping to organize the salute.
Christopher Amos/The Community News: Members of the Aledo National Honor Society cheered runners in this morning's Thanksgiving Trot.
This year's event had more than 1,000 registrants and raised a record amount of money to benefit the Zeb Montgomery family. Read more in the Dec. 5 issue of The Community News.
For more on Zeb's story, visit http://issuu.com/communitynews/docs/tcn-141107_13/1 .
We are very proud of our new Christmas Guide listing the local events, church services and way more! You can get your guide three ways:
1) Click above and read it online
2) Get it in the Nov. 28 issue of The Community News
3) Find additional copies all over East Parker County starting this weekend!
A Bone Marrow drive will be held from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12 at The Church at the Crossing, 128 Elm Street in Aledo.
Zeb is an eighth grader at Aledo Middle School battling AML leukemia and is in need of a bone marrow transplant as soon as possible. He is currently at Cook Children’s hospital undergoing intensive chemo and needs our help. It is a quick mouth swab and a few minutes of paperwork to see if you are a match.The ideal age range to be a donor is 18-44. Please stop and get checked.
More on Zeb's story is in the Nov. 7 issue of The Community News.
A Tarrant County grand jury has returned a three-count indictment against a Fort Worth veterinarian accused of keeping a woman’s dog alive for blood transfusions instead of euthanizing the pet. Millard Lucien Tierce III, 71, was indicted Wednesday on one count of theft, $1,500 to $20,000; a second count of misapplication of fiduciary property; and a third count of animal cruelty.
The first two counts are state jail felonies punishable by six months to two years in a state jail facility. The third count is a Class A misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. Tierce is currently free on $10,000 bond while awaiting trial. No court date has been set.
Tony Eierdam/The Community News
Aledo High School cheerleader Lauren Bostwick, a senior on the Homecoming Court, waves to the crowd from her convertible Monday during the 2014 Aledo High School Homecoming Parade. Homecoming activities will take place all week at Aledo ISD. The Homecoming Game will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday (Sept. 26) at Bearcat Stadium where the Class 5A state-ranked No. 1 Bearcats will take on Joshua.
The 2014 Aledo High School Homecoming Parade will begin at 6 p.m. today at the main AHS parking lot.
Parking will be restricted to the high school and stadium parking lots. Champions Drive and Bailey Ranch Road are staging areas and the public is not allowed to park on those streets.
The parade will begin at the Northeast corner of the main parking lot on Buchanan Drive and move south before taking a right turn on the driveway parallel to the Ninth Grade Campus gym. The parade will continue on the circle between the Ninth Grade Campus and high school gym before taking a left on the driveway behind the south stands of Bearcat Stadium.