Following are reports filed by Mineral Wells police based on calls for service for the period March 13-21. Not all calls for service result in a filed report:

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Mayor Christopher Perricone told Ward 2 Councilwoman Tammy Underwood he was not targeting her through a retroactive term limits proposal he hoped to push through Tuesday.

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Generally animal hoarding cases are not good – they typically involve unhealthy, malnourished and dirty animals living in feces-covered surroundings ending in most animals being euthanized.

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Mineral Wells has a new city manager, someone who city council members believe possesses the skills and experience to do in Mineral Wells what has transpired under his leadership in his current Panhandle city.

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Calling the methods "bizarre," the Palo Pinto County Hospital District recently terminated its CEO search contract with JohnGSelf+Partners Inc. and is suing the Dallas-based firm for recovery of its initial payment.

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Lamar Elementary School pre-kindergarten teacher Kathy Rogers was recently selected as the 2018-2019 Tarleton State University Effective Schools Project Instructional Leader of the Year.

Mineral Wells City Council is scheduled to meet in regular session beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 19, in the City Council Chambers at the City Hall Annex, 115 S.W. 1st Street, to consider the following agenda:

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The ripples of the recent “Traditional” vote in the United Methodist Church will soon be felt by every denomination in Mineral Wells. It will embolden each side of the question about the role and rites of LGBT members and clergy within the Church. It will divide family members, friends, and ecclesiastical partners within our community. It will unite others in new ways.

If a union organizer at a convention of robots urges “them” to unite, the rep might learn that “they” already have. Or, so it could appear.

Following are reports filed by Mineral Wells police based on calls for service for the period March 6-14. Not all calls for service result in a filed report.

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The list of missteps in the Texas secretary of state’s review of the voter rolls for supposed noncitizens grew again Monday, when the office inadvertently added additional people to its already flawed list of voters flagged for citizenship checks.

DALLAS (AP) — Dr. Albert Karam knows how important vaccines are for children. He’s seen firsthand how immunizations virtually eradicated measles, the disease that made him seriously ill as a child in the 1960s.

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Would you like more ice cream? Would you like more time for vacation? Would you like more money? Most people would say “Yes, yes, yes.”

If Wal-Mart can offer the best-ever recipe for turning out world-class lemonade from lemons grown in their own orchard, folks will line up to buy it, whether or not they’re greeted at the store door.

Following are calls for service received by the Palo Pinto County Sheriff’s Office for the period March 1-8:

Following are reports filed by Mineral Wells police based on calls for service for the period Feb. 27-March 6. Not all calls for service result in a filed report:

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In mid-January, Mineral Wells City Council, including Mayor Christopher Perricone, voted unanimously to give Marilyn Hanks 120 days to bring her home into code compliance so she could again live there permanently.

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Who doesn't want a purple crush velvet jacket or a powder blue three-piece suit?

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With a company ready to begin a $7.5 million residential project in attendance and a proposal aiming to make Mineral Wells a regional drone testing center also on the agenda, the city's good news had to wait for the airing of personal attacks and efforts to bring Tuesday's city council meeting to order.

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“We can’t change the beginning, but we can start today to change the end.”

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The Texas Real Estate Commission for a second – and it says final – time found no wrongdoing within its area of oversight by Area Growth Council’s Steve Butcher regarding the initial land deal used to recruit American Precision Ammunition to Mineral Wells.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), most Americans need at least seven hours of sleep a night.

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The person died who died following a single-vehicle wreck in the city Thursday has been identified.

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PARKER COUNTY – Clark Gardens, a world-class botanic garden near Mineral Wells, has evolved from what was once a mesquite pasture into what is sometimes called the “best-kept secret in North Texas.”

Mineral Wells City Council is scheduled to meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, in the City Council Chambers at the City Hall Annex, 115 S.W. 1st Street, to consider the following agenda:

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