Empty Bowls benefit marries art, fundraising

| |Monday, Mar. 17, 2014

For more than a decade, Orbry Chamblee has created delicate works of art that trick the senses.

TOTS presents “Nunsense” so get your tickets now

Wednesday, Mar. 12, 2014

Theatre Off the Square in Weatherford proudly presents its 2014 musical Nunsense, written by Dan Goggin, and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. The comedy is directed by Darla Robinson, and the musical direction is by Hans Grim. Assistant Director is Ray Shannon and Hank Minor is Stage Manager. The show begins Friday and runs weekends through March 30.

EPCCC celebrates business at 17th annual awards banquet

| |Monday, Mar. 10, 2014

A little more than a week ago, Hollywood celebrated motion picture performances from the previous year by presenting the Oscars.

Thoughts on planting in March and tried and true recipes

Monday, Mar. 10, 2014

Watching the ever-changing weather has everyone wandering, "When will it actually be spring and a safe planting time?" I am not the best person to follow any planting schedule that will guarantee success with no freezing plants, however, the last few years I have waited until the middle of March and then I check the weather on the computer and look at the long-term forecasts. If I see two or more weeks of non-freezing temperatures, I'll take a chance on planting but I am prepared to cover things "just in case." And with the winter we have had, anything is possible.

King/Moore engaged

Thursday, Mar. 06, 2014

Mr. And Mrs. Rene Guzman of Poolville are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Chelsie Marie King to Dakota Shane Moore, son of Katrina Reese, of Azle. Chelsie attended Springtown High School in 2013 and Dakota attended Azle High School.

Habitat event set; dedication nears; new home on the horizon

| |Thursday, Mar. 06, 2014

Texas Hold ’Em, over the past several years, has grown into arguably the most popular style of poker.

WAA - Artist of the month

Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2014

The February meeting of the Weatherford Art Association featured a 'alla prima' (completed in one setting) painting session with guest artist Pamela Blaies. Blaies, a Texas artist, demonstrated her techniques, using oils and a linen canvas, to complete a small still life painting in about an hour.

Fundraiser celebrates school’s heritage, highlights future

| |Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2014

In its 21st year of existence and with much improvement and growth to show for those decades, Trinity Christian Academy used its fundraiser dinner and auction Saturday to celebrate its heritage while preparing for the future.

Spot has his eye on your home

Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2014

This week's Pet of the Week spotlight is on Spot, a bull terrier. He is ivory white with a black patch over his right eye. A volunteer favorite who absolutely LOVES playing ball, he brings back the ball and drops it at your feet. He is good on the leash, loves going for walks and loves meeting other dogs. He also loves to give hugs and kisses. Please visit the Shelter and see this this wonderful dog and play a game of ball!

Quilter’s guild hosts community service workday/workshop

Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2014

On Feb. 20, the Quilter’s Guild of Parker County extended the time for their meeting, starting at 1 p.m. rather than 6:30 p.m., finishing up about 8:30 p.m. The Guild sets aside at least one meeting per year for an all-Guild “Comfort Quilt Bee” or “Workday.” The focus for this meeting was to quilt quilts for the Comfort Quilt Program of the Guild. This program provides a queen-size quilt to each Habitat homeowner and at least a twin quilt each of their dependents, lap quilts to various nursing homes for wheelchair bound residents, baby quilts to various children’s organizations such as Grace House, baby to twin size quilts to the Rainbow Room, and twin quilts for the Pythian Home and A Place for Grace.