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Stephenville Police Activity Blotter for October 12 – 22
Below is a copy of the Stephenville Police Activity Blotter for the dates of October 12 through October 22. Click to enlarge.
Another change to the city's Fall Festival | Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas
The Fall Festival sponsored by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department has been changed again, but families may like this plan better. It is now planned for 3 to 5 p.m. on Halloween – Wednesday, Oct. 31 – instead of the previously announced 5 to 7 p.m. Also, instead of City Park it will be held a
The best 4-2 teams in the state clash Friday night in Stephenville
Against number one Argyle, La Vega lost 31-29 while Stephenville lost 45-35 to the 6-0 Eagles, and those results have got the predictions falling La Vega’s way for Friday night.
Texas toddler was scalped after being dragged under a car
Sage Wilson, 2, was injured outside his Fort Worth, Texas home last monthA family friend accidentally reversed over him and dragged him 35-feetA large portion of his scalp was ripped off and he suffered a fractured skullHe has already undergone multiple surgeries to treat his gruesome wounds
Texans move to No. 8 in AFCA national poll to set up program’s first NCAA Top 10 showdown
This marks the fifth different season that Tarleton has been ranked under head coach Todd Whitten. The ninth-year leader of the Texans led Tarleton to its first national ranking in 2001 and took them as high as No. 6 in the nation during the 2002 season. This is the 91st week in Tarleton’s NCAA hist
One man hospitalized, one in jail for overnight stabbing
STEPHENVILLE (October 20, 2018) –In the early morning hours of Saturday, first responders were dispatched to the Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Stephenville for a report of a stabbing victim coming into the ER.
SPARD and Stephenville Zonta Club Host 53rd Annual Arts, Crafts and Gifts Show
STEPHENVILLE (October 18, 2018) –The Stephenville Parks and Recreation Department (SPARD) and the Stephenville Zonta Club present their 53rdannual Arts, Crafts and Gifts show. The event will take place on Friday, Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Stephen
Local competes in World Food Championships
STEPHENVILLE (October 20, 2018) –Many people love to cook but not everybody gets to cook for money!
Woman wakes up to find intruder lying on top of her in break-in at Fort Worth apartment
A woman woke up in her apartment to find a man lying on top of her Wednesday morning, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. The man ran away after the woman screamed for help in a home invasion reported about 3:30 a.m. in the 4500 block of Campus Drive, according to the newspaper. The suspect was q
Dallas officer in critical condition after being hit by car on Interstate 20
A Dallas police officer is in critical condition after being hit by a car on Interstate 20 Sunday morning. The officer, a two-year veteran of the department, had been laying down flares in the far right lane of westbound I-20 near Mountain Creek Parkway at about 6:36 a.m. when he was hit, police sai
Officials ID Forest Hill bicyclist shot in Arlington roadway
A Forest Hills man was shot to death Friday night in Arlington, police said Saturday.Officers were called shortly after 11:30 p.m. to the 1700 block of Florence Street, where they found 26-year-old Alexander Cabrera shot in the lower body.A bike was found nearby, and officials believe it belonged to
Girl, 9, whose family fought to keep her on life support dies at Texas hospital
FORT WORTH, TX (RNN) - Hours after a Texas judge extended an order to keep the girl on a ventilator for a few days longer, 9-year-old Payton Summons died naturally in the hospital.
Mac’s Meat & Seafood Market will open your eyes and make your mouth water
He graduated from Texas State Technical College with a degree in meat processing and began his career locally in Dublin with Food Fare (Sav-On) and later with Brookshires in Corsicana and Terrell.When the chance came to work in Stephenville again, McIntosh worked as a butcher at Wal-Mart and when th
One dead, one arrested in hit and run on FM 219
Within hours of the incident, Erath County Sheriff’s Deputies had Raul Jimenez, 22, who was born in Mexico, in custody for intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle. As of 7 a.m., he was being held in the Erath County Jail without bond.
Retired Teachers from 18-County District hold Conference in Stephenville
Superintendents or their representatives from Bluff Dale, Brady, DeLeon, Early, Huckabay, Junction, Lingleville, Mason, Menard, and Stephenville attended the conference.
No. 13 Tarleton opens homecoming weekend with sweep of Eastern New Mexico
STEPHENVILLE – No. 13 Tarleton remains undefeated in the Lone Star Conference after making quick work of Eastern New Mexico in a Friday night sweep (25-12, 25-12, 25-21) in the Wisdom Volleyball Gym.
Two presidents, poet dedicate Tarleton’s Texan Trace
Tarleton President F. Dominic Dottavio, Tarleton Alumni Association (TAA) President Ken Dorris, and poet and alumnus Dr. John Pelham did the honors, along with other special guests.
10/20 Digital Dialogue: Cleburne woman rescued from high water; students and traffic stops
Tina ThompsonPrayers to every one involved! Awesome job to our First Responders and high water rescue team!
One arrested in deadly hit-and-run
Raul Jimenez has been arrested for intoxication manslaughter, accused of hitting a person at the Dublin City Limits, on 219 North near Highway 377 late Thursday night.
Cleburne mom found guilty of attempting to murder her son
Tutt, 42, had been formally charged in February 2017 for accusations of attempting to murder her son, causing him serious bodily harm by failing to provide him adequate food, lying to medical professionals, causing him to undergo unnecessary surgeries and exploiting her son using fabricated symptoms