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Group plans events to benefit Okla. storm victims
You've Been Tagged is a non-profit organization located here in Weatherford. The group is planning three local events over the next three weeks to support the victims of the storms in Oklahoma. All proceeds from these events will go to those in need.
VFW to honor Patriot Guard
At funerals all over the world, one might occasionally hear the distant hum of a motorcycle prior to the procession.
Peaster Academic Challenge team places fourth
Twenty-nine high schools competed May 5 in an academic contest that resembled an athletic contest. Teams from all across Texas competed in the State Academic Challenge sponsored by the Texas Association of Community Schools.
Crockett Elementary named Title I, Part A Distinguished Schools Recipient
Crockett Elementary was recognized by WISD Board members at the May 9 meeting for being named a 2012-2013 Title I, Part A Distinguished Schools recipient.
Forgotten storm victims
CRESSON – Needed help has been slow to arrive for one of the Parker County neighborhoods hardest hit by the tornado-producing storm last week.
Work progressing swimmingly on new water park
HUDSON OAKS — Work continues fast and furious on the Splash Kingdom Wild West WaterPark here, scheduled for completion later this spring.
Free outdoor stockmanship clinic Wednesday
A free outdoor stockmanship clinic focusing on increasing ranch profitability through reduced stress and improved cattle performance is Wednesday, May 29, at the Wagley Ranch, near Graford, from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
VALS & SALS: Brock's Wallace, Drillette top 2013 class
The Weatherford Democrat is profiling the valedictorians and salutatorians at area high schools. Today's feature is on Brock High School and its top two 2013 graduates Taylor Wallace and Abbey Drillete.
Second arrest made in baseball bat beating
A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the Monday beating of a man who, deputies say, stopped along the highway to help a man he believed to be in trouble.
AP: Boy Scouts approve plan to accept openly gay boys
GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) — In one of their most dramatic choices in a century, local leaders of the Boy Scouts of America voted Thursday to ease a divisive ban and allow openly gay boys to be accepted into the nation's leading youth organization.
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