Shooting incident still under investigation

| |Tuesday, Jul. 01, 2014

What began as a nuisance call ended with a dog being shot and an investigation is taking place as to what led a Weatherford Police officer to discharge his weapon on June 21.

A worthy task nearing its final stage of completion

| |Wednesday, Jun. 25, 2014

Goal is to have renovations complete by this fall.

Fleeger to close book on library career

| |Tuesday, Jun. 24, 2014

Librarians are said to be the original search engines.

New teacher evaluation plan to help enhance learning, effectiveness

| |Tuesday, Jun. 24, 2014

Weatherford ISD’s Richard Crosby’s labor of love for the past five years is finally done...and in the nick of time.

County judge takes Vice Chair of Regional Transportation Council

Tuesday, Jun. 24, 2014

Parker County Judge Mark Riley, after being elected as Secretary of the Regional Transportation Council (RTC) last June, has now been elected to the position of vice chair for the 44-member body.

Kertok wins award for excellence from TAMIO

| |Tuesday, Jun. 24, 2014

Joel Kertok, Public Information Officer for Parker County, received a most-gratifying surprise at the end of last week when he was honored with an Award of Excellence.

New building brings new life to WC medical programs

| |Wednesday, Jun. 18, 2014

The threat of rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of the hundreds who went out to celebrate the opening of the Don Allen Health Science Building at Weatherford College Thursday.

WC Board approves naming of building, classrooms

| |Tuesday, Jun. 17, 2014

Shortly after celebrating the opening of Weatherford College’s latest building, the Board of Trustees voted on naming the old Allied Health Building and other classrooms in honor of a past graduate and Medal of Honor recipient and a couple of longtime supporters.

WISD board realigns, hires new principal

| |Tuesday, Jun. 17, 2014

After a ceremonial swearing in of the two newest board members, the Weatherford ISD Board of Trustees voted on the positions of president, vice president and secretary Thursday.

Azle man gets 18 years for burglary

Tuesday, Jun. 17, 2014

A 52-year-old Azle man who was found guilty by a Parker County jury of burglarizing an Azle home was sentenced to 18 years in prison in a trial that concluded June 11 in district court in Weatherford.