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Tuesday night's Mineral Wells City Council meeting – although less than seven minutes long – was based on massive amounts of planning, ending with all council members voting in favor of putting the 4B sales tax to a vote in May.
MW Police to host 18th Annual Citizens Police Academy
For Mineral Wells residents wanting to learn about the police department's inner-workings, the Mineral Wells Police Department is hosting its 18th Annual Citizens Police Academy starting March 27.
Lifelong florist holds a one-of-a-kind treasure
Nearly 10 years ago, Penny Wells, owner of Penny's Flower Shop in Mineral Wells and Mineral Wells native, received one of the greatest gifts of her life. Wells' Mother, Loyce Berry, spent years preparing this special gift.
Of Cars & K-2
The Mineral Wells Police Department arrested three individuals involved in three unique incidents last week – each having to do with either a car, drugs or both.
Salsa Baron's Ball a fun success
Fifteen years ago, Palo Pinto Challenge – a Strawn-based, non-profit – was created as a teaching program that employs mentally and physically challenged adults.
City loses inspirational leader in Levon Anders
Saturday, Mineral Wells said goodbye to longtime Dunbar Neighborhood Council Director Levon Anders.
Fresh faces at Fuzzy’s
The local Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is under new management and hometown co-owners Jim Kostiha and Jason Sizemore have big plans for the future of their new restaurant and its place in a downtown brimming with potential for growth.
WANTED? WANTED? Outstanding warrants inside, pages 6-9
The Great Texas Warrant Roundup of 2014 has begun and law enforcement officials across the Lone Star State are making a concerted effort to collect unpaid fines and make arrests on all those with outstanding warrants.
SANTO HEADED TO STATE!
The Santo Ladycats are going to the girls' state basketball tournament in Austin.
Phantom points - phantom win?
It was almost everything you could hope for from a basketball game.
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