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Texas Health Stephenville becomes first stroke facility in Erath County
“Hard work and dedication made this goal come to fruition,” said Christie Hershey, R.N., Texas Health Stephenville’s stroke coordinator in the press release. “We’re all about offering quality care to our patients and their family members, and this designation definitely validates the continued commi
PHOTOS: Stephenville celebrates Texas Music Friendly Community designation
STEPHENVILLE (November 14, 2018) –On Tuesday, November 13, The Texas Music Office within the Office of the Governor will certify Stephenville as the sixth city to receive the official designation of Texas Music Friendly at a celebration ceremony from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Twisted J. The public is invi
Driver flees fatal hit-and-run in Johnson County
The driver of a black Dodge pickup truck that was reported stolen from Oklahoma collided with a white Ford Ranger, Department of Public Safety spokesman Lonny Haschel said. It happened southwest of Cleburne on FM 1434, south of Retreat Boulevard.
Chamber eyes events, directors
Directors were also informed that several terms were ending in December, including that of Chamber President Chris Garza. Members were asked for nominations for the three positions with suggestions including Ben Newton, who has done a lot of volunteer work for Dublin since coming to town last year;
Granbury classes dismiss Friday for week-long holiday | Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas
Students and teachers in Granbury ISD will enjoy a week off Nov. 19-23 in observance of Thanksgiving. There will not be an early release on Friday. District and campus offices as well as the Extended School Day Program will be closed during the week.Students will report back for classes on Monday, N
Serial killer suspected in more than 90 slayings charged in Texas cold case
A serial killer convicted in the deaths of three women and suspected in dozens more was recently charged with murder in a Texas cold case from 1994, officials said Tuesday. Samuel Little In several interviews with a Texas Ranger in May, Samuel Little provided details that showed he was in Odessa
Strawn lays bi-district smackdown on Gold-Burg
NEWCASTLE – Vince McMahon himself couldn't have scripted it any better for the No.1 Strawn Greyhounds as they defeated the Gold-Burg Bears on Thursday night, 68-0, in what was the Hounds' first heavyweight match in defense of last year's 1A-2 state championship.
Brock survives comeback attempt by Breckenridge, 34-27
The Eagles jumped out to a 20-6 lead at halftime, before scoring their lone touchdown of the third quarter with 19 seconds remaining to go up, 27-6.
Stephenville celebrates becoming a 'Texas Music Friendly' city
“Stephenville is a great place for people who want to come and play music,” Mayor Pro Tem Brady Pendleton told the crowd, then read a proclamation declaring Nov. 13 to be Texas Music Day in Stephenville.
Calendar of Events | Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas
ONE NATION UNDER GOD,a worship and prayer gathering of all Hood County churches, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Hewlett Park, 620 East Pearl St. Bring chairs and blankets. Seating provided for elderly and infirm.
Dogs wake man to burning home | Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas
John Crain’s barking dogs woke him to a fire in his living room Wednesday morning off Tin Top Highway north of Granbury. Crain, a partially deaf disabled veteran, was able to escape unharmed, but his house was destroyed. Crain said he didn’t know what caused the fire. He and his wife lived there for
Early City Administrator Tony Aaron to speak at PVRW Meeting this week - Brownwood News
Aaron is a prime example of what a person with the right mind set, determination, faith, and an endless desire to serve his fellow man can achieve, overcoming the obstacles in life. He will speak on the best way to engage your local government.
Governor Announces Stephenville as Music Friendly Community
In a statement from the Texas Governor's office, Governor Greg Abbott announced that Stephenville, having completed the multi-step certification process, has been designated as a Music Friendly Community by the Texas Music Office. The Music Friendly Community program seeks to foster music business e
Technology companies lead afternoon rebound for US stocks
U.S. stocks recovered from an early slide Thursday, placing the market on course to break a five-day losing streak. Gains in technology companies, banks and industrial stocks outweighed losses among big retailers, homebuilders and utilities. Energy stocks rose along with crude oil.
Robinson’s two-touchdown performance garners LSC Special Teams Player of the Week honors
STEPHENVILLE – Prince Robinson took back a kickoff return and a punt return for touchdowns in Saturday’s win over Western New Mexico and has been named the Lone Star Conference Special Teams Player of the Week.This is Robinson’s second weekly award from the league off this season. He was the defensi
Twice as nice: Decatur rallies past Glen Rose to reach state
Behind double-digit kills from three different players and 21 points from senior Satasha Kostelecky, Decatur (37-11) knocked off the Lady Tigers 19-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-23 to win the 4A Region I title at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene.
Homeless man found dead, burned behind vacant strip mall in North Fort Worth
Homicide detectives are investigating after a man was found dead Wednesday morning, his body burned behind a vacant building in Fort Worth.Firefighters were dispatched shortly before 8 a.m. to the 2900 block of North Beach Street, a strip mall that once housed a smoke shop and a billiards hall.
Family of Tarrant County Inmate Accused of Killing Cellmate Questions Jail
Inmate's family says he should have been in psychiatric treatment and not a Tarrant County jail cell NBC 5 News Clinton Don Simpson, left, died in the Tarrant County Jail, Nov. 8, 2018. David Faustino Flores, right, who was in the jail awaiting trial on a charge of injury to an elderly person, has b
Millsap narrowly misses win over Dublin
Falling 35-34, Millsap Head Football Coach Jake Johnson said the loss was tough for the Bulldogs, although the team’s effort was encouraging.
Nuclear fallout: $15.5 billion in compensation and counting
LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO (InvestigateTV) - Clear, plastic water bottles, with the caps all slightly twisted open, fill a small refrigerator under Gilbert Mondragon’s kitchen counter. The lids all loosened by his 4- and 6-year old daughters because, at just 38, Mondragon suffers from limited mobility a