“We don’t do this just for our veterans or our families. We also do it for our kids. Because part of having a memorial park like this is a statement. It tells of the importance of service to our children, our youth and the generations to come.”
Katie's foster mother sleeps with her on the recliner in the living room, doing more monitoring than sleeping. Katie waking up the next morning is questionable, but her foster mom hopes and lays there with Katie's head on her heart.
Labor Day is just around the corner and all though this holiday is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers, for many of us it marks the end of summer and last chance for summer vacations and parties. The Weatherford Police Department would like to encourage citizens to do their part in keeping our streets safe by practicing safe driving habits while traveling and ensuring that a designated driver is assigned when alcohol is a part of summer activities.
The Aledo Racquet Cats opened the fall team tennis season by hosting one of the state's perennial powerhouses, Lubbock Monterrey. Though the Racquet Cats held their own, Monterrey pulled away and prevailed 16-9.
As usual summer break seemed all to short and it’s time to get the kiddos ready for another school year. What better way to send them off than with some homemade delicious snack treats for their lunchbox. These recipes are just the ticket.
The City of Weatherford will spray for mosquitoes beginning Sat., Aug. 20 at 9 p.m. The ground spray is being conducted after notification that locally trapped mosquitoes tested positive for carrying the West Nile Virus.
Jack Broyles, son of the legendary Arkansas Razorbacks coach, Frank Broyles, will speak at an Alzheimer’s education seminar hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter on Sept. 1, located at North Side Baptist Church in Weatherford beginning at 6 p.m.
Nestled among a grove of oak trees, just south of Weatherford, rests a building that appears ravaged by the elements. You won’t find it in the pages of Architectural Digest, but it has found its place in history.
Rangers manager Jeff Banister discussed playing without Jeremy Jeffress, who was placed on the restricted list for Friday's game after an arrest on suspicion of DWI. Lefty Dario Alvarez was recalled from Triple A Round Rock (Video by Stefan Stevenson/Star-Telegram).
Rangers Jeff Banister discusses Jeremy Jeffress' arrest
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Rangers GM Jon Daniels addresses Jeremy Jeffress' arrest
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