WEATHERFORD — Eric Brittingham with Wildlife on the Move presentedanimals with “amazing adaptation” to children at the Weatherford Public Library Thursday morning.
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Zonta’s sweet event Tuesday
Join the Zonta Club of Parker County for an evening of “Sweet Entertainment” this Tuesday at The Texas Opry Theater, 315 York Ave., in historic downtown Weatherford, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: Timely prunings will make for better mums
Garden mums are a perennial that will bloom twice each year if they are not pruned. However, the stems will be long and floppy and the flowers will be small. Timely pruning will greatly improve the appearance and the bloom of the plant.
Local Guild sends quilts to West nursing home residents
The Quilter’s Guild of Parker County has a long history of providing quilts to local organizations and individuals through it’s Comfort Quilt Program.
WCS student reads in nation’s capitol marking 224th inaugural anniversary of President George Washington
Madison Avery Flynn, daughter of Sean and Ashley Flynn, of Weatherford, and a first grader at Weatherford Christian School, participated in a historic event in the nation’s capitol on May 8th honoring President George Washington.
Local artists’ works on display
The Weatherford Art Association announced the Artist of the Month for April at their Monday meeting.
MILITARY NEWS: Pvt. Thompson completes basic infantry training
Army National Guard Pvt. Ian A. Thompson has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Substance abuse rally Monday at Texas Opry Theater
The next IFC Wellness Coalition “Substance Abuse Awareness Rally” is Monday evening at the Texas Opry Theater.
Sheriff's investigators probe shooting
Parker County sheriff’s investigators are looking into a shooting incident that led to a female being injured.
CRIME STOPPERS: Alleged check forger sought
On April 20 at approximately 6 p.m. an unidentified white male forged a stolen check at Super Save grocery store located at 102 College Park Ave. in Weatherford.
PK Lake drowning death believed to be accidental
GAINES BEND – An Azle man died Tuesday evening at Possum Kingdom Lake in what authorities are describing as an apparent accidental drowning.
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