Attorney Phil Garrett brought in this 1948 photograph of the ribbon cutting for the Brazos River Bridge, west of Mineral Wells on U.S. Highway 180. Garrett said he has asked around the courthouse and others and has not been able to identify any of the men pictured here. If anyone can, please contact Garrett at 940-325-3211 or email the Index at email@example.com.
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$5,000 reward offered for most wanted sex offender from Fort Worth
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety has added Randy Hofstetter, 28, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list, and a cash reward up to $5,000 is now being offered for information leading to his capture.
Fireworks use prohibited in city limits
While the burn ban in place does not affect the sales or use of fireworks in Palo Pinto County this Fourth of July weekend, it does not change laws about them within Mineral Wells' city limits.
PET OF THE WEEK: Meet King
King is an adorable brindle boxer/ pit mix. King is 4 months old.
Fireworks show, festivities Friday at Ram Stadium
The community is invited to join in fun and fireworks Friday evening at Ram Stadium, courtesy of PRAY Mineral Wells, the Mineral Wells Police Department and Chicken Express.
Buckets and Boots ticket winners announced
The Index, in partnership with the Buckets and Boots Foundation, offered four pairs of tickets to the July 12 concert via a drawing of people who subscribed or renewed their subscription for six months or more during the month of June.
Ram Country dealership promotions announced
The Khoury Group family of dealerships announced exciting news with several promotions in the Ram Country Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Ram store as well as the Khoury Group of dealerships.
VFW serving catfish on Saturday
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2399 is serving Fourth of July weekend catfish dinners on Saturday beginning at noon till it’s gone at the post. The dinners, with all the trimmings, is free to the public.
AT&T continues working to resolve area service issues
PALO PINTO COUNTY – For several weeks AT&T Wireless customers in the county have experienced bouts of lost and sporadic service with seemingly few answers from the telecommunications company.
Santo man sentenced to eight years for cattle crimes
Richard Theron Talley, 47, of Santo, was sentenced June 24 to eight years in prison by an Erath County judge after he was convicted of one count of misapplication of fiduciary property.
Pct. 3 alcohol sales topics of commissioners meeting
PALO PINTO – Palo Pinto County Commissioners are scheduled to meet in special session at 9 a.m. Monday at the Palo Pinto County Courthouse to consider the following agenda items:
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