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Despite high winds, Go Blue! balloon release a big GO!
April is National Child Abuse prevention month, and all month long Palo Pinto County Child Welfare Board, PPC Children's Alliance Center and CASA along with other organizations, have banded together in an effort to promote awareness on the largest scale possible.
Commissioners reinstate burn ban
Monday morning, Palo Pinto County Commissioners approved a motion to reinstate the countywide burn ban, which had been lifted in late March.
It’s All in the Family
Any organization is a reflection of its employees.
Dowsing for Flight 370
Bill Farmer thinks of Philip Wood, the Keller man who was onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which has been missing since March 8.
Index publisher to retire this month
In 1990, I enrolled in a few classes at Weatherford College, one of them being Speech. The class changed the course of my life.
Project graduation skeet shoot Saturday
The Mineral Wells High School Class of 2014 Project Graduation will be co-hosting a sporting clay shoot in partnership with the Palo Pinto County Sheriff’s Posse on Saturday, April 12.
It’s taken some time and a lot of work, but Ted Minor has joined the world of NASCAR.
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."
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