Looking in the rear-view mirror at 2013, it’s easy to filter out the news makers of the year. Most are viewed in a positive light, still some make us shake our heads and wonder.
It didn’t take long before Parker County was welcoming a new judge to the court.
Craig Towson was sworn in as the new 43rd District Court Judge on Dec. 31, 2012, welcoming what 2013 had to offer.
Dennis Clayton, Executive Director of the Weatherford Economic Development Authority, briefed the Rotary Club of Weatherford on a development known as Strand 8 Movie Bowl Grille that were making plans to break ground in Weatherford along I-20.
Still, many were able to listen of further development at Walsh Ranch during a luncheon at Colonial County Club in Fort Worth.
Weatherford Regional Medical Center welcomed a new CEO to the helm. David Orcutt was greeted at a reception on Feb. 5.
The Brock High School girls basketball team won the girls state basketball championship for the fifth consecutive year.
Trinity Habitat for Humanity dedicates 10th home. Walker family moves into their new home.
Weatherford Blooms and Garden Festival welcomes visitors.
Jenny Barnwell appointed as Parker County Treasurer.
Patrick Lawler named as new city administrator in Hudson Oaks.
A Parker County man wins a $5.2 million judgment against an elderly driver. Jerry Wall was on his motorcycle when he was injured in 2010. Vernell Ingram was driving the wrong way down a exit ramp in Hudson Oaks according to the attorney and media reports.The Prophets of Smoked Meats
Weatherford College enrollment surpasses al all-time high with more than 5,700 students.
Resolution, ceremony honors late WC faculty member. The late William G. “Bill” Coody is honored.
Millsap VFW celebrates its own with bell ceremony.Rodeo Girls
Recapturing a tradition. Hundreds, if not thousands, gathered to watch the lighting of the Christmas tree.
These are just some of the news-making moments in 2013.