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PPGH’s Bragg would do it all again
Some spend their lives away and later on regret decisions they have made.
Tuesday Benthall pins a captain's badge on her husband, Mineral Wells firefighter Dusty Benthall, during a promotion ceremony on Thursday at the Steve Perdue Training Center.
Mayor sees Baker hopes as ‘last hoorah’
Thursday's Noon Lions Club hosted a special guest speaker who talked about Mineral Wells' biggest “child” – 187 feet tall – and the hope for seeing it “reborn.”
State called to investigate Royal Gardens blaze
State Fire Marshals were called to investigate the fire that earlier this week devastated the Royal Gardens apartment complex construction site in the 1500 block of Martin Luther King Blvd. in Mineral Wells.
Perri Leavelle a Baker Backer
For years, many have wanted the Baker Hotel to come back to life, believing that it would reignite Mineral Wells to its former glory.
Blaze destroys apt. complex
Firefighters from eight area departments responded to a blaze just before midnight Tuesday that destroyed an apartment complex construction site in the 1500 bock of Martin Luther King Blvd. in Mineral Wells.
1 jailed, 1 injured in aggravated assault
One man was jailed and one woman injured as a result of an aggravated assault Wednesday, March 26, at apartments in the 300 block of N.W. 5th Street.
GO BLUE FOR KIDS!
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and for the first time ever, Palo Pinto County Child Welfare Board, formerly known as PPCCPS Board, PPC Children's Alliance Center and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) are banning together to make the most of this month-long venture.
Stage III Water Rules in Effect
• Initiate mandatory conservation measures, where possible.
Spring Break meets VBS – kids win
Last Tuesday night's Mineral Wells ISD School Board meeting was slated with all kinds of presentations, awards and various agenda items up for approval.
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