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Befriending the Baker
After years of doubt caused by countless trials and failures, 2014 may go down in history as a year of revival for the city of Mineral Wells.
Mineral Wells Junior History Club News
Members of the Mineral Wells Junior History Club met at the home of Lynn Waddy for their monthly meeting.
PPC Old Jail Museum hosting Lady Bird exhibit
To celebrate this beautiful season and recognize Lady Bird Johnson, who was instrumental in promoting beautification of our cities and highways, the Palo Pinto Old Jail Museum has opened an exhibit, "Wilderness and Wildflower: The Legacy of Lady Bird Johnson."
Treasures galore to be found at PK Auxiliary Flea Market
Shoppers heading out over the next couple of weekends need not go to Neiman Marcus in Dallas for great finds.
Walden Farm & Ranch Supply horse owners’ workshop Thursday
If you have horses, you probably have questions about things like feed, health conditions and more.
Working to end child abuse
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and children's advocacy organizations across Palo Pinto County are taking charge to make the most of the 30-day campaign.
Craig Crawford tourney set for May 3
It's that time of year again, golf is in full swing.
Two arrested on multiple charges, including evading arrest
Two people were arrested and jailed Monday, April 6, after Mineral Wells Police responded to a call from an area bank in the 1900 block of East Hubbard Street regarding an individual trying to pass a false check.
Call to Action Rally April 10
Drugs and alcohol have plagued children's lives for what seems like an eternity.
Clubs building better local fish habitats with grant dollars
With the help of multiple new habitats – and maybe more than a little rain – at Possum Kingdom Lake, area fishers may soon reel in their share of bass or even catfish.
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