King named watchdog group’s Taxpayer Champion
WEATHERFORD — State Rep. Phil King, R-Weatherford, was named a “Taxpayer Champion” and received an A-plus rating on the Fiscal Responsibility Index by Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, a taxpayer watchdog group.
Friday marks July's Spring Creek Musical
The Spring Creek Musical will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, in the tabernacle located on Highway 51 between Weatherford and Granbury.
Center gathering socks for soldiers
WEATHERFORD — Wright Chiropractic Health Center is participating in Operation Foot Care Patrol through the AdoptaPlatoon organization. Through the month of July, the chiropractic office will collect new boot-length socks, foot powder, athlete’s food powder or cream, cooling foot lotion, nail clippers and other foot care items.
WRMC offers new advancement to treat chronic heartburn
WEATHERFORD — Dr. Leah Dill, board certified general surgeon and member of the medical staff at Weatherford Regional Medical Center is now performing the new Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication procedure, or TIF, completely without incisions to treat heartburn and other symptoms of reflux.
Neurology office to hold open house
WEATHERFORD — Brazos Regional Neurology will hold an open house and ribbon cutting from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, July 14, at its new office, 933 Hilltop Drive, Suite 101. The ribbon cutting is set for 4:15 p.m.
Senior Center activities postponed
WEATHERFORD — The Weatherford/Parker County Senior Center will be open for lunches Thursday and Friday of this week, but closed to all other activities due to preparation work for the July 9 garage sale.
El Rey Taqueria — the small restaurant with big taste
At 1213 Fort Worth Highway, there is a little jewel of a restaurant. El Rey Taqueria has been open four months serving good homestyle Mexican food.
City residents asked to conserve water
WEATHERFORD — The city is requesting Weatherford residents follow voluntary water restrictions to minimize or discontinue water use for non-essential purposes as they have implemented Stage 1 of the water conservation and drought contingency plan.
Fireworks ban to be extended
PARKER COUNTY — At 7 a.m. Tuesday, Parker County Judge Mark Riley will extend the local state of disaster declaration which bans the use of fireworks due to the imminent threat to life and property from wildfires.
Pajama party set to explore sleep disorders
WEATHERFORD — The Healthy Woman group at Weatherford Regional Medical Center will host a pajama party from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, July 21, as they discuss healthy sleeping habits and learn more about sleep disorders.
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