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Local housing authority awards a combined $10,000 to two successful FSS participants
The Financial Self-Sufficiency program is a HUD program implemented to help provide families currently enrolled in the housing voucher program with the resources, tools, skills, opportunities and support that will lead to economic independence and self-sufficiency.
May 11 elections early voting under way
Early voting for ahead of the May 11 city council and school district elections began Monday and runs through May 7. Early voting sites and hours for voting by personal appearance for the elections, as conducted by Parker County, are as follows:
Western loop section to Ranger Highway now open
More than half of the western portion of the Ric Williamson Memorial Highway is now open to traffic after the barricades at Mineral Wells Highway came down Tuesday morning, allowing traffic to go as far south as Ranger Highway.
New CASA position yields early results
Though the position has existed less than four months, one local agency credits its new recruiter-trainer for a marked increase in new volunteers.
Hudson Oak open house May 16
HUDSON OAKS — In honor of National Police Week May 12-18, city officials and the police department will be having their annual open house Thursday, May 16.
Early voting begins Monday in city council, school district elections
Early voting for ahead of the May 11 city council and school district elections begins Monday and runs through May 7. Early voting sites and hours for voting by personal appearance for the elections, as conducted by Parker County, are as follows:
- WMTA Spring Solo Festival
Hospital district discusses gun-carry policy
The Parker County Hospital District Board of Directors discussed the possibility Thursday of creating a policy regarding carrying a firearm on district property.
‘Saddle Up For Kids’ event Wednesday
The Third Annual “Saddle Up For Kids” event is Wednesday, May 1, at the Parker County Sheriff’s Posse grounds.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: The keys to tomato-growing success
Here are this week’s gardening questions and answers, provided by Parker County Master Gardeners. To submit a question, send it to email@example.com. For more information about Parker County Master Gardeners, or to become a member, call 817-598-6096 or visit www.pcmg-texas.org.
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