- Face of Parker County business
Baker retires from FNB in Munday
MUNDAY – It has often been said that all good things must come to an end. This has certainly been the feeling among the officers, directors and employees of First National Bank in Munday since Charles Baker announced his retirement from the bank’s board of directors after 40 years of service.
Lone Star Ag Credit announces new CEO
FORT WORTH – Lone Star, ACA (Lone Star Ag Credit), the premier agricultural-lender in North Texas, would like to announce the new appointment of Steve Fowlkes as chief executive officer for the Association.
Realtors honor volunteers
WEATHERFORD - The Greater Metro West Association of Realtors celebrated the New Year by hosting an Appreciation Luncheon in honor of those members that volunteered their time, talents, and support for the GMWAR in 2009 and will again be active in volunteering in 2010.
Dining, dancing, pool and darts featured at chain’s locations
WEATHERFORD — A privately-held company plans to covert a former grocery store building on South Main Street into a restaurant and entertainment venue.
- Face of Parker County Business: Donnie Romine CEO, Weatherford Regional Medical Center
- Mike Carter joins First Financial Bank WEATHERFORD – First Financial Bank, N.A., Weatherford, Chairman & CEO Doyle Lee recently announced the addition of Parker county banker Michael Carter as Senior Vice President/Branch Manager of First Financial Bank in Aledo.
- BBB lists top 10 scams and rip-offs of 2009 FORT WORTH – Better Business Bureau has released a list of the top 10 scams and rip-offs of 2009. Not surprisingly, many scams sought to take advantage of people who were suffering under tough economic circumstances — such as the unemployed.
- Texas Comptroller’s free seminar answers business owners’ questions about state taxes A diverse economy, growing work force and friendly business climate attract more businesses to the Lone Star state every day. Texas Comptroller Susan Combs’ office regularly presents free taxpayer seminars throughout the state to help new and existing business owners understand their state tax responsibilities.
- Total to buy stake in Chesapeake gas assets NEW YORK (AP) — The French oil company Total SA on Monday made a move into the U.S. natural gas market with a $2.25 billion deal with Oklahoma's Chesapeake Energy Corp.
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