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In one year’s time, Aledo High School nearly tripled its number of students earning National Merit Commended Student status, going from six in 2021-2022 to 16 in 2022-2023. It was announced …

AHS grad at home in the kitchen

When John (Alex) Duke graduated from Aledo High School in 2013, he never dreamed he might spend his career in commercial kitchens.  But at the age of 27 he found himself in the position of …

The Philip W. Bradford Agriculture Science Building at Aledo High School sports a striking new exterior addition this week after installation of a mural by department students. The mural’s …

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From the time he was in the seventh grade, Jay King knew he wanted a career in radio. The Aledo High School alum is now board operator and host of "The Ticket Top 10" at 1310/96.7 FM The Ticket, …

Eagles debut a home of their own

After years of traveling from Mineral Wells to Godley and various points in between for “home” football games, the Trinity Christian Academy Eagles finally have a football home to call …

When six-year-old Lincoln Finley was diagnosed with Leukemia in July, it turned his world — and that of his family — upside-down, as it does with any family faced with the same …

Beautiful Sunset

Although the outcome was not what was hoped, spectators were treated to a beautiful sunset and beautiful weather for the opening home game of the Aledo Bearcats on Sept. 2.

The recent sale of the Dean Ranch was big news not only in east Parker County, but in the county overall — the largest real estate transaction in Parker County history.  The big news …

What kid doesn’t love a parade? Lincoln Finley is getting one of his own on Saturday, Sept. 10. The 6-year-old first-grade Coder Elementary School student has leukemia. He was diagnosed July …

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