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Police arrest wanted man who returned to scene
According to police, a man helped seal his own fate by returning to the spot they say he left evidence of a suspected crime.
THERE Will BE Dancing!
Take a home-grown band, a lovely evening in the park, add them together, and you'll have an electric atmosphere highly conducive to fun, aka, a street dance.
Saturday tour excellent chance to revisit the past
To understand a place and its people, one must understand the history behind them both.
‘Everything but the kitchen sink’
Mineral Wells police officers worked through several burglary reports over the past week.
TFT’s Ranch Heritage Day:
Now a lot of folks may think of crisp, green salads when they hear the word “ranch,” especially those living east of the West, which is where we are on the map. “Ranch” out here is a “whole other thing.”
Time for last-minute push to save CCA
With time running out before state legislators make a decision on its future, local leaders say now is the time to make the case for Corrections Corporation of America's Mineral Wells Pre-Parole Transfer Facility.
Disasters prove more costly as people move into storm-prone areas
NEWBURY, Mass. – There’s yellow police tape at the entrance to the Plum Island Beach on a Monday in mid-March. Behind it a generator is running.
Are We Ready?
Following a week defined by the news of two horrific disasters, many Americans are focused on being prepared in the face of unforeseen calamity.
PPC sets minimum mobile home rules
PALO PINTO – Palo Pinto County Commissioners Monday conducted a public hearing and unanimously approved a set of minimum standards for mobile home rental communities. Commissioners began discussing the issue in February.
BASH on the BRICKS!
In conjunction with the county historical driving tour, the Strawn Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first “Bash on the Bricks” festival at the city’s pavilion, next to Strawn City Hall.
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