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Primary Runoff unofficial results
par From staff reports le 25/05/2022 à 2:06
Wagley Ranch draws TPWD land steward award
par firstname.lastname@example.org le 24/05/2022 à 12:00
GRAFORD — A rope hammock swayed slightly in the live oak shade on a recent mid-morning, but that might be one lonely perch given the constant activity at the Wagley Ranch.
Information sought after man found dead near Acme plant Friday morning
par From staff reports le 20/05/2022 à 9:11
The Parker County Sheriff’s Office is seeking any information in connection to a man found deceased next to a railroad track near the Acme Brick Plant.
MINERAL WELLS SIGNINGS: Five Rams ink collegiate commitments
par email@example.com le 20/05/2022 à 6:59
In every high school athlete, there is the dream to go play at the next level in college.
POLICE CALLS: 5/14-5/19/22
par From staff reports le 20/05/2022 à 1:30
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Mineral Wells man among 18 charged with PPP fraud
par From staff and wire reports le 19/05/2022 à 1:31
A Mineral Wells man is among 18 named in a federal indictment and charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
MWISD 4-day school week to start in August
par firstname.lastname@example.org le 19/05/2022 à 12:29
MINERAL WELLS -- School trustees in Mineral Wells this week approved a four-day school week that will start in August, Superintendent John Kuhn reported.
Federal, state agencies present at MW residence
par From staff reports le 17/05/2022 à 3:06
MINERAL WELLS — Members of federal and state agencies were seen at a home in Mineral Wells early Tuesday morning.
Meet the Mineral Wells HS val and sal
le 17/05/2022 à 12:00
Valedictorian - Emily Myrick
LIVING WILD: Sanctuary for reptiles and amphibians thriving in Mineral Wells
par email@example.com le 16/05/2022 à 10:17
MINERAL WELLS — A recent sunny day brought an opportunity for Pickles to enjoy a little outdoor physical therapy for his injured legs, so his caregiver placed him in a clear plastic tub and carried him outside.
PATHWAY TO SUCCESS: CCS valedictorian's future is bright
par By Sally Sexton firstname.lastname@example.org le 14/05/2022 à 1:00
To this day, Jackson Horton still remembers the first — and last — B he’s ever gotten.
HD 60 candidates Olcott, Rogers address voters at forum
par email@example.com le 13/05/2022 à 10:37
WEATHERFORD — Two Republicans facing off in a May 24 runoff to represent Parker, Palo Pinto and Stephens counties in Austin listed similar legislative goals — lowering property taxes, border security and education — at a well-attended forum Thursday, hosted…
ERCOT asks residents to conserve power this weekend
le 13/05/2022 à 10:09
AUSTIN — The Electric Reliability Council of Texas is asking consumers to conserve power during peak hours this weekend.
POLICE CALLS: 5/6-5/13/22
par From staff reports le 13/05/2022 à 4:52
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Palo Pinto courthouse annex could open next month
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 13/05/2022 à 12:00
PALO PINTO — County commissioners are hopeful the Palo Pinto County Courthouse Annex will open in Mineral Wells by mid-June, discussions in a special session Thursday revealed.
MW trustees hear four-day school pros, cons
par By GLENN EVANS email@example.com le 12/05/2022 à 3:00
MINERAL WELLS — Nearly nine in 10 Mineral Wells educators responded favorably to an in-house survey on switching to a four-day school week, trustees learned this week.
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: Voters weigh in on municipal, ISD, bond issues
par From staff reports le 09/05/2022 à 7:34
Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct the results of the Millsap ISD races.
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: MW incumbents best challengers
par From staff reports le 08/05/2022 à 1:58
Mineral Wells Mayor Regan Johnson and Councilmember Ward 3 Beth Watson retained their positions, according to final but unofficial results out of Palo Pinto County Saturday night.
POLICE CALLS: 4/30-5/6/22
par From staff reports le 06/05/2022 à 7:43
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MW talks fees in first budget workshop
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 03/05/2022 à 12:00
MINERAL WELLS — Fees and fines were the topic of the Mineral Wells City Council's first budget workshop last week, with round two set for the hour before Tuesday's regular meeting.
TxDOT lays out upcoming highway projects in Palo Pinto County
par By GLENN EVANS email@example.com le 02/05/2022 à 11:00
MINERAL WELLS — A state highway engineer unveiled a dozen projects slated for Palo Pinto County in the next four years during an informational session Thursday at Mineral Wells City Hall.
RAM ELITE: MW alumni, seniors recognized
par By SALLY SEXTON firstname.lastname@example.org le 30/04/2022 à 5:00
Mineral Wells graduate Dr. Stephanie Conn, class of 1990, has been back to the classroom a couple of times since her days as a Ram.
Taxpayers storm appraisal district in protest
par By GLENN EVANS email@example.com le 29/04/2022 à 11:30
PALO PINTO — The downside to growth and prosperity showed up Wednesday in Palo Pinto when some 60 upset taxpayers stormed the entity that sets the property values on which annual taxes are based.
POLICE CALLS: 4/23-4/29/22
par From staff reports le 29/04/2022 à 8:35
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Saturday is Ozone Action Day
par From staff reports le 29/04/2022 à 7:51
The state’s environmental regulator has declared Saturday an Ozone Action Day for the Dallas/Fort Worth region including Parker and Palo Pinto counties.
Palo Pinto commissioners OK helping city with roads
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 29/04/2022 à 12:00
PALO PINTO — County road crews will be repairing 3.8 miles of streets in Mineral Wells under a mutual aid agreement commissioners approved on Monday.
Ross Korkmas of PPGH wins Texas Hospital Association award
par From staff reports le 28/04/2022 à 12:00
MINERAL WELLS — Ross Korkmas, chief executive officer of Palo Pinto General Hospital in Mineral Wells, has been awarded the Texas Hospital Association Pioneer Award for achievements in managing a rural hospital or health care system.
IN DEMAND: Area ISDs scramble to overcome state teacher shortage
par By GLENN EVANS email@example.com le 26/04/2022 à 12:00
A statewide teacher shortage has school districts scrambling with the start of the next school year a short four months ahead.
OFF TO THE RACES: Track and field athletes advance to regionals
par firstname.lastname@example.org le 25/04/2022 à 10:36
Local athletes dominated at last week’s area track and field meets, securing their spots at the regional meet set for later this month.
Mineral Wells mayor, Ward 3 incumbents challenged
par email@example.com le 23/04/2022 à 1:00
MINERAL WELLS — Contested races for mayor and Ward 3 in Mineral Wells go before voters in that city on May 7, with early voting set to start on Monday and run through May 3. Tuesday is the last day…
POLICE CALLS: 4/16-4/22/22
par From staff reports le 22/04/2022 à 4:57
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MW moves forward with negotiations for best use, locations for parks
par firstname.lastname@example.org le 21/04/2022 à 7:00
MINERAL WELLS — City council members agreed Tuesday to authorize staff to enter negotiations with a firm bidding to write a master parks and recreation plan for Mineral Wells.
SIGN OF LIFE: The Ritz yet another piece of revitalization energy
par By GLENN EVANS email@example.com le 19/04/2022 à 12:00
MINERAL WELLS — Macy Nix was like many of her young Mineral Wells peers when she graduated high school, in 2014.
MW trustees vote to shore up Fannin building
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 18/04/2022 à 5:30
MINERAL WELLS — The fate of a 107-year-old landmark gutted by fire last year remains up in the air, but school trustees agreed last week to shore up the Fannin School while pondering its future.
Sales Tax Holiday for emergency supplies April 23-25
par From Staff Reports le 18/04/2022 à 11:00
As we enter severe weather season, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, which begins at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, April 23, and ends at midnight…
POLICE CALLS: 4/8-4/15/22
par From staff reports le 17/04/2022 à 5:41
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JACKIE HARVEY DAY: Mineral Wells community honors coaching icon
par By SAM GOODWYN email@example.com le 16/04/2022 à 1:00
For the last 50 years, one man has been a staple of Mineral Wells High School.
Mineral Wells unveils renovated SE Park
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 15/04/2022 à 8:00
MINERAL WELLS — The timing was just right for Hannah Kissock as the city unveiled a renovated Southeast Park not far from the home where she is raising three young children.
Rams come up short in battle against Graham
par email@example.com le 15/04/2022 à 1:22
In search of their first district win of the season, Mineral Wells faced off with Graham on Thursday night at home.
MW volleyball welcomes Harris as head coach
par From staff reports le 13/04/2022 à 10:05
Mineral Wells ISD Wednesday announced the hiring of Judi Harris as the new head volleyball coach.
PP commissioners review items in 50-year time capsule
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 13/04/2022 à 6:19
PALO PINTO — An iPhone, a VIP badge from the 41st Crazy Water Festival, a COVID social distance floor marker — these are among 32 future artifacts buried in a time capsule beneath the tiles in the future Palo Pinto…
DEADLIEST ROADS: TxDOT reveals most common areas of fatalities
par By GLENN EVANS email@example.com le 12/04/2022 à 12:00
WEATHERFORD — There have been 91 wrecks that took at least one life on eight highways in Parker or Palo Pinto counties in the past five years.
MW city manager shares challenges of stretching dollars
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 11/04/2022 à 11:00
MINERAL WELLS — City Manager Dean Sullivan shared some of his challenges along with his thoughts on stretching tax dollars to a roomful of business leaders Friday.
UPDATED: MWISD bomb threat determined to be hoax
par From staff reports le 08/04/2022 à 9:11
Update: Mineral Wells ISD administrators said a bomb threat on the high school made Friday morning was the result of a hoax.A threat was found written on a wall and, once received, the school implemented its emergency plan and relocated…
POLICE CALLS: 4/2-4/8/22
par From staff reports le 08/04/2022 à 5:31
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MW council OK's contractor change; Work on 10th, 11th streets to resume
par By Glenn Evans email@example.com le 07/04/2022 à 2:15
MINERAL WELLS — Residents along Southwest 10th and 11th streets should see work repaving their rough roads soon after the Mineral Wells City Council agreed Tuesday to a new contract.
High volume of wildfire activity expected this week as dry conditions persist
par Special to the Weatherford Democrat le 06/04/2022 à 12:00
Wildfire activity is expected to gradually increase throughout the week, as periodic critical fire weather occurs where very dry vegetation is present across West and South Texas.
POLICE CALLS: 3/24/22-4/1/22
par From staff reports le 01/04/2022 à 2:43
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State lowers fine for PK water supplier
par By GLENN EVANS firstname.lastname@example.org le 31/03/2022 à 10:00
State environmental regulators in Austin approved an agreed order Wednesday that shaved about 20 percent from a state fine levied at a local water supplier.
As Texas fires rage on, experts warn it is only the beginning
par Ali Linan CNHI Texas statehouse reporter le 30/03/2022 à 10:27
AUSTIN — More than 700 wildfires have raged across Texas during March, burning tens of thousands of acres. Experts warn current weather conditions will do little to help.