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The Weatherford Art Association started its year by recognizing the work of some of its members. First place was captured by artist Linda W. Young for her acrylic painting, “ ...And  A …

The Texas Music Educators Association audition process resulted in two Aledo High School band members being named to the All State Band. In addition, 10 students made All Area and 50 students …

Winter Fun

Randy Galloway may be retired, but he still has plenty to say — as do many who know him best. In a career that spanned a half a century, Galloway became a legend at his craft as a …

‘Welcome to Our School!’

The Aledo ISD hosted ribbon cuttings and open houses for the newly-renovated Aledo Middle School and the newly-constructed McAnally Middle School on Sunday. Jan. 21. The renovation of the aging …

One area student graduated and others received academic honors at the end of the fall semester and colleges and universities around the country. Alistair Grant Prescott Henderson graduated from …

Need help with taxes?

Volunteers with the AARP Foundation’s Tax-Aide program are gearing up to help area residents with their 2022 income tax returns. The volunteers are trained and tested in current tax law using …

Coyotes are a common sight in North Texas, and they have a distinctive sound when they howl. The Coyote at Weatherford College also has a unique sound as the new radio station at 88.5 FM and 102.5 …

Elizabeth Mederos still remembers the day in 2017 when she asked her father if she could live with him.    The Weatherford woman was awaiting parole after serving four years of a 10-year …

The Aledo Lions Club took the opportunity to use its new PlusOptix S12C vision screener for the first time on Nov. 16 at the Aledo ISD Early Childhood Academy. The device takes a quick measurement …

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