It looks like a scene from Back to the Future. The clock in the Historic Parker County Courthouse clock tower is busted. But what you won't see Marty McFly zipping down Main Street in a DeLorean to go back in time. In fact, the clock tower wasn't even struck by lightning. Truth is time ravages all things, and the clock's mechanism has fallen prey to the very thing it keeps - time.
It’s time to start registering for spring semester classes at Weatherford College, and Physical Sciences Department Chair Lori Gouge has a few good reasons students should consider adding archeology or geology to their course lineup.
Marian Wright Edelman, an American activist for the rights of children once said, "If we don't stand up for children, then we don't stand for much." Words a group of folks in Parker County have taken seriously and are doing something about it.
The Parker County Courthouse Square was stirring in May 2016 as folks came to bid farewell to a historic structure known at various times as the Eddleman Building, Sturgess Dress Shop, the Bowden Building and the Bradford Building.
Iconic Weatherford building is demolished
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