The Parker County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating missing teenager, Tristan Cole Walker, 15, according to a release from the sheriff’s office.
Helping those in need is more important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic and the second annual Parker County Mayors’ Food Drive kicked off Thursday to benefit Center of Hope.
An argumentative and contentious first presidential debate Tuesday night was filled with interruptions, personal insults and frequent requests by moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News for the candidates to adhere to the rules their campaigns agreed to abide by.
Parker County 4-H ambassadors shared their experiences in gaining necessary life and leadership skills through the organization in honor of the upcoming 4-H Week, which will run Oct. 4-10.
Aledo residents expressed drainage concerns during a zoning request change public hearing for a new subdivision, Enclave at Aledo Park, Thursday night.
If you ask Brock High School Principal Bobby Atchley to describe student Jacob Wright, his answer comes in two parts.
Every fall, millions of monarch butterflies make their way from the U.S. down to central Mexico, stopping along at waystations to get the necessary resources to sustain their migration.
A former Poolville educator now contending for a board of trustee position says he isn’t shying away from his past, and that a letter circulating the community referencing an incident from 2014 is from someone who’s “worried about getting beat and wants to drum up old stuff.”
After the Texas State Board of Education approved five new charter school operators on Sept. 11, Aledo ISD officials spoke in opposition to the action this week.
Crystal Woerly was born to tell stories. As public relations director for Weatherford College, she gets to share stories of folks around campus for a living, a dream come true for a communicator such as her.
A Tuesday evening candidate forum hosted by the Cooke County chapter of the League of Women Voters of Texas looked a bit different than your typical political gathering.
Saying she believes her journey has come to an end, Willow Park Place 2 Councilmember Amy Fennell resigned from her elected position Tuesday night to pursue her passion for serving in a different capacity.
Parker County has been receiving sales tax revenue through the city of Weatherford and at Tuesday’s regular city council meeting, council members asked the county to map out a plan as to how the $5 million is being used to better Weatherford.
The Weatherford Walk to End Alzheimer's event is Saturday, Oct. 10, and will take place as scheduled this year but with a different look due to concerns about the COVID-19 virus.
Depending on who you speak to, Weatherford College's streak of 15 consecutive seasons of reaching the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming, is either still intact or it ended thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Annetta residents have been expressing a need for a sidewalk along Thunderhead Lane to Stuard Elementary School for safety reasons over the past year.
The Weatherford Police Department is investigating an implied threat that was made to Hall Middle School Wednesday night, which circulated among students on Snapchat.
A 20-year-old Eastland man, Ryan Matthew Hobbs, was arrested this week on suspicion of strangling a dog at a Parker County residence on Sept. 6.
A second-grade teacher at Ikard Elementary School, Heather Holland, died Sunday after being hospitalized with flu-like symptoms, Weatherford Independent School District officials confirmed Monday.
Less than a week after opening its door for fall classes, Sam Houston State University announced it will until Tuesday, Sept. 5, due to Hurricane Harvey.
As flood waters continue to rise, Texans are mobilizing everything from church directories to hobby car networks to assist parts of their state inundated by Harvey's rainfall.
Many people watching the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey are looking for ways to help the victims dealing with historic flooding and destruction.
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