Lake Worth man found in EML discharge pool
BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN
One of six kayakers who set out on the West Fork of the Trinity River near Eagle Mountain Lake Saturday evening, May 23, drowned after the group was overtaken by water being released from the lake.
The body of Joshua James Reed, 29, of Lake Worth, was recovered Sunday, May 24, at 2:49 p.m. by lake patrol officers with Tarrant Regional Water District and game wardens with Texas Parks and Wildlife.… Read the rest
Caitlin Glenn likes to trumpet Azle – and its potential.
That’s her job as the city’s economic development director.
And she’s plenty passionate about making Azle more attractive to outside interests.
When voters approved the creation of a municipal development district, Tarrant County taxpayers began contributing one-half cent sales take on Oct. 1, 2013.
Speaking to the Azle Rotary Club, Glenn added that improvements will be made to the Parker County side of town, too.… Read the rest
Several are All-American
Azle High School wrestling coach Chris Allen said the freestyle/Greco-Roman season ended with several Azle athletes shining.
Two girls – Ruby Ariosa and Lauren Dale – placed second and third, respectively, to earn berths on Team Texas’ national team that will compete in Fargo, North Dakota.
The duo will vie in the Junior division while fellow Lady Hornet Hail Davis won the Cadet division and punched her ticket, too.… Read the rest
You don’t see movies like this much anymore.
Aside from daring non-CGI action sequences – a lot of them – there are some shocking, startling, and downright squeamishly freakish scenes and visions in Mad Max: Fury Road – the sort of sequences you seldom see in a major release these days.
About the movie
Director George Miller birthed the original Max who was played by Mel Gibson in 1979. (The Movie Man remembers chuckling when seeing a TV trailer for Mad Max where the narrator seriously intoned “starring Mel Gibson.” In America, Gibson was a complete unknown yet here he was being boldly lauded.… Read the rest