The 4th of July is a special day for veterans. The first patriots in America shed their blood to throw off the yolk of oppression. The American military traces its roots to these first patriots. To honor this special day in America, Mineral Wells AMVETS Post 133 takes this opportunity to give gift memberships to veterans as a salute to their patriotic service. This offer is valid through Sunday. For a free membership or more information, call (940) 445-0734. AMVETS thanks veterans for their service.
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Man charged with drug possession, escape; police arrest man on burglary, burglary warrant charges
Police make arrests in separate cases involving a suspicious individual downtown allegedly found in possession of a meth pipe and a quantity of meth, and a man charged with burglary who was wanted in another burglary case.
Taylor Albin: Boss clown
It is always good to be the boss – including when you are a circus clown.
Zombies take over downtown
Thursday and Friday parts of downtown Mineral Wells will succumb to an invasion of plague-stricken, blood-thirsty marauders.
Wild goose hunt?
A large flock of Canadian geese that have roosted at Holiday Hills Country Club might have management stuck like a duck.
Setting the stage
Texas Frontier Trails is, well, once again on the trail.
Optimism in numbers
Next year's proposed budget seeds optimism for Mineral Well's growth.
Hearing set for second fire district proposal
PALO PINTO – Palo Pinto County Commissioners set a date for a hearing to place a petition on the Nov. 4 general election ballot to create a second Emergency Services District.
Inquiry made on housing children at CCA
An inquiry about housing at the former Corrections Corporation of America facility at Wolters Industrial Park some of the thousands of unaccompanied children who have crossed illegally into the United States seems to be nothing more than that, at least for now.
Woman killed in one-vehicle wreck
SALESVILLE – A Mineral Wells woman died Friday after she crashed her car into a brick retaining wall near Hilltop Road.
Back on the beat
It is never too late to start a music career – or restart one as the case may be. For Mineral Wells High School Class of 1989 graduate Bryan Adam Joyner, restarting his is the case. He is once again making a strong push to get his music into the mainstream while performing wherever he can.
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