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Willow Park City Council fires legal team, hires new attorney in lawsuit
WILLOW PARK – The Willow Park City Council took action Tuesday night to disengage the legal firm representing the city in lawsuit filed against it by an engineering firm and hire a new attorney to represent them in the case.
Nursing home moves forward in Willow Park
WILLOW PARK – Plans for a skilled-nursing facility and assisted-living facility in Willow Park took another step forward Tuesday night.
Swim lesson sign ups begin Friday
Registration for City of Weatherford swim lessons begin Friday.
CASA ‘Fore-the-Kids’ tourney raises more than $23K
Twenty-six teams of golfers played Canyon West on April 25 to benefit CASA of Palo Pinto and Parker Counties. This year’s “Fore-the-Kids” Golf Tournament raised over $23,000 that will benefit the abused and neglected children served by the two-county CASA organization.
Amendment could save CCA facility
Following a strong show of support from city leaders and residents, the Mineral Wells Pre-Parole Transfer Facility is now closer to being saved from impending closure.
Two more days of early voting
Two days of early voting – Monday and Tuesday – remain ahead of the May 11 city council and school district elections.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: The grass is always greener – unless it’s turned yellow
Here are this week’s gardening questions and answers, provided by Parker County Master Gardeners.
Pvt. Hallman graduates from infantry training
Army Pvt. Chase D. Hallman has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Airman Greggs completes basic training
Air Force Airman Perry L. Greggs graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
WHS’ Masters receives one of 10 THSCA scholarships
The Texas High School Coaches Association is recently announced the 10 recipients of the THSCA Scholarship, which is given annually to graduating seniors who are children of active members of the THSCA.
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