Kudos for Kingway Automotive
I want to take this opportunity to thank and compliment Kingway Automotive. Kingway Automotive is located in a “Kangaroo blue” building on Fort Worth Highway. They are the nicest group of guys that I’ve met. They were very respectful to this “old lady,” and the service was terrific. God still sends the right people at the right time.
Thanks again, guys, and God bless you.
Waitress impresses patrons with Christian gesture
We went to Babe’s in Granbury Monday. There were seven of us. When we went to pay, the girl said our bill was taken care of. The waitress had paid our bill. We called her up and she said she was a Christian and made her mind up she was going to start helping others and that was her way. There are some wonderful young people out there. We just hear about the bad.
Cheers to you, little girl.
Fay, Betty, Ben, Dorothy, Cierra and Christa, and Norma Jean Mitchell,
Thanks to the city for water aerobics class
Thank you to the City of Weatherford Parks and Recreation Department for providing a water aerobics class at the Cherry Park Pool this summer at a very reasonable cost to us participants.
The instructors, Michael, Shelby and Ryan were outstanding! They, not only, provided a challenging physical workout but also made it fun. We hope that the city will continue to provide this service to the citizens of our city and that more will join us next summer in our quest for better health and mobility.
Kudos for Kingway Automotive
Guest opinion: Campaign with honor
All politics is local and personal! I hope that you and your family have a wonderful summer, filled with relationship building experiences and times of relaxation. As you do all the things that re-charge us for the next round at work and involvement in community and political activities, let’s reflect on the 2013 local elections for a moment.
TISCIONE: Woe for calling evil good
You don’t often see “woe” used in an article. It’s a word that has fallen out of usage in our day. But it’s a word that ought to be understood and taken seriously.
Letters to the Editor – May 17, 2013
As mercury pollution threatens our waterways and carbon pollution-fueled climate change worsens extreme weather, we need someone in Washington who knows how to get things done.
Letters to the Editor – May 15, 2013
I just wanted to express my heartfelt thanks to the slobs, idiots and inconsiderate people who continually decorate the beautiful Texas landscape with their trash. I guess it’s really a form of art with beer bottles and cans, boxes, plastic drink containers, food packaging and just about anything else you can think of. It just doesn’t appeal to me. Thank you.
NOW HEAR THIS: Not by the hairs of my chinny chin chin
I had never really considered this possibility, but every one of the Three Little Pigs was almost certainly a guy. I know that assumption is not particularly popular from an equal opportunity standpoint, but the fact is fairly certain. How do I know? They all three had hair on their chinny chin chins.
ESTES: Securing a bright future for Texas
Texas businesses have created more than 500,000 jobs since November 2011. Our economy is growing nearly 50 percent faster than the rest of the country and our cost of living remains low.
TISCIONE: ‘It’s not about me’
“It is good to give thanks to the LORD, to sing praises to your name, O Most High; to declare your steadfast love in the morning and your faithfulness by night.”
NOTES FROM THE JOURNEY: A Mother’s Day memory
A sight that always catches my eye when we’re out to eat is a mother and her young son eating alone. Carole sometimes has to touch my arm to regain my attention. Discretely, I observe the interaction between them and wonder what their story is.
Letters to the Editor – May 10, 2013
Parker County Health Foundation would like to thank the lady who visited our office last week and made a donation to the Foundation. Although your name is unknown, your kindness is greatly appreciated.
Letters to the Editor – May 8, 2013
As a lifelong resident of Weatherford, I attended our public schools as did my wife, son, daughter and granddaughters. I have been in business here for many years and paid my school taxes without complaint. However, I do plan to vote no on the upcoming WISD bond election for the following reasons:
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