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AZLE — Opportunities to learn abound! Azle Memorial Library hosted a free Eagle Mountain Watershed riparian and stream ecosystem training from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 14. Instructors for the …

WEATHERFORD — Martha Elizabeth Cockburn Tucker was one of the hundreds of thousands of settlers who migrated to Texas in the mid-19th century. After her family applied for a homestead grant in …

AZLE — For 15 years (13 as a city-run event and two as private), local bands and music fans have spent their summers rocking and grooving at Azle’s annual Music in the Park. After an …

AZLE — It’s time to make a splash at Azle Central Park. The Central Park’s splash pad will open for the 2024 season Monday, May 20, and will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 …

AZLE — During the Azle City Council’s first May meeting, the council and mayor recognized members of the community critical in maintaining the services residents use every day. Public …

AZLE — According to the City of Azle, greens 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11 and 13 at Cross Timbers Golf Course will be temporarily closed starting May 8. With parts of the course closed, green 3 will be …

AZLE — Despite a chance to shake up city council, Azle residents resolved to leave things just as they are in the most recent election. Three seats on the Azle City Council were up for grabs on …

AZLE — With former Azle ISD superintendent and current board of trustees member Ray Lea retiring, families within the district were guaranteed to see a new face in Place 4. During the recent …

AZLE — There’s a lot going on the lot at 225 Church St. Every Friday and Saturday since March 29, the space has been home to The FeedLot, Azle’s very own food truck park. While …

AZLE — “Have you ever dreamed of being able to create your own space? Here’s your chance, in miniature!” April 26, Azle Memorial Library held an event of miniscule …

AZLE — Azle ISD’s board of trustees saw a full house at the most recent meeting at the administration building, April 15. Parents, families and school staff filled the room for more than …

AZLE — The Azle City Council recognized two big issues at the beginning of a recent April 16 council meeting. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Mayor …

AZLE — Three Azle City Council positions are up for election May 4. Incumbents Rouel Rothenberger Jr. in Place 5 and Derrick Nelson of Place 1 are each running unopposed while Place 2 council …

AZLE — With Azle ISD board of trustees member Ray Lea retiring, two candidates are vying for the Place 4 seat Lea is vacating. Place 4 is the only contested seat on the board in the May 4 …

For the very first time, Tarrant County voters will have the opportunity to elect directors to three newly created seats in the Tarrant Appraisal District. Tax appraisal districts set the taxable …

RENO — Voting for the May 4 elections hasn’t even started, and Reno City Council already has a new member waiting in the wings. Kevin Vandenberg is running unopposed for Place 1 on …

SPRINGTOWN — Yet again, voters in Springtown Independent School District are called to the ballot box to make a decision, but this time, it’s not about a bond election. Two seats on …

SPRINGTOWN — The election next month will bring two new faces to the Walnut Creek Special Utility District board of directors. The current board members whose seats are up for re-election …

SPRINGTOWN — Two members of the Springtown City Council are facing challengers in the upcoming May election. Council members in Places 1, 3 and 5 are on the ballot to keep their seats for …

For the first time in eight years, the Navy’s famed Blue Angels graced the skies over the Azle-Lake Worth area. The 2024 Wings Over Cowtown Airshow was held April 13-4 at the nearby Naval Air …

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