After Debbie Weems announced her retirement earlier this year, the Mansfield ISD set out to find its first new athletic director in two decades. It landed on Philip O’Neal, most recently athletic director of the Fort Bend ISD, southwest of Houston.
Golfers love the summer. School is out and there’s more time to focus on the game they love and work on ways to improve. That’s exactly how Lake Ridge junior-to-be Caitlyn Lindell is using the time away from classes.
More than three dozen attendees heard firsthand from the men and women fighting mosquitoes in North Texas. At a forum in Methodist Mansfield Medical Center's cafe Tuesday evening, the hospital teamed up with the Tarrant County Public Health, City of Mansfield, Municipal Mosquito and the Mansfield school district to give the latest information on the ongoing mosquito season and the illnesses that could affect the community.
The annual North Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star game took place last week at Horner Ballpark on the campus of Dallas Baptist University, and a trio of recent Mansfield graduates represented their respective schools.
Charlie Brown is a very cute and social dog who loves to play with everyone. He is a medium-sized blue heeler mix that walks well on a leash, keeps a very clean kennel and loves other dogs and kids. Meet Charlie Brown at Mansfield Animal Care and Control, 407 Industrial Blvd., between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays. For more information, call (817) 276-4799.
As you might expect, new Summit football coach Channon Hall is looking forward to his first season with the school, but not so much that he wants the summer to fly by. “The summer is a big part of what we do, so I don’t want to rush through the summer,” Hall said. “I want to have a good, intense summer.”
Susan Luttrell of Mansfield snapped this photo of Daisy the dachshund about to conquer Oliver Nature Park. She wins our weekly My Mansfield Photo Contest and a gift card, courtesy of Big D Barbecue, 226 N. Walnut Creek Drive.