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AHS’ Oz brings down the house

December 17, 2014
AHS’ Oz brings down the house

Drama Club presents famed musical to thousands of local patrons

by Carla Noah Stutsman
It’s been all the buzz around Azle for weeks: Azle High School (AHS) Drama Department’s production of The Wizard of Oz.… Read the rest

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Silver Creek Bridge closed

December 17, 2014

by Carla Noah Stutsman
We all know that scenic shortcut from Lakeside, around the west side of Lake Worth, and on into the White Settlement area.
But we’ll have to kiss it goodbye – until next summer, that is.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), in partnership with the City of Fort Worth, began work on the Silver Creek bridge reconstruction project Dec. 1.… Read the rest

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Gym, CATE center construction moves along

December 17, 2014
Gym, CATE center construction moves along

by Carla Noah Stutsman
Trustees for the Azle Independent School District (AISD) heard an update from Derek Herschberger, project manager with Buford-Thompson Company, the construction manager for the competition gymnasium, Career and Technology Education (CATE) center, and campus-wide sprinkler system at Azle High School.… Read the rest

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Hero’s Homecoming

December 17, 2014
Hero’s Homecoming

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‘Bay hands FD the boot

December 10, 2014
‘Bay hands FD the boot

Briar VFD takes on more territory, one station at a timeRead the rest

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Ministry dinner event shines

December 10, 2014
Ministry dinner event shines

Evening Son Shine, held Thursday evening, Dec. 4, at 404 West Main St., was the first fundraising event ever conducted by Son Shine Ministries – and thanks to the many friends in the Azle community, it was a “shining” success.… Read the rest

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Glenn named to new city post

December 3, 2014
Glenn named to new city post

As Economic Development Director

by Carla Noah Stutsman
When the city of Azle began its search for an Economic Development Director, officials knew they wanted someone “top notch” for the position.
The job opening was posted statewide on both the Texas Municipal League and Texas Economic Development Council websites.
“We had applicants from all around the state,” City Manager Craig Lemin said. “We are beyond happy with the candidate we’ve chosen for this position.”… Read the rest

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Action-packed holiday-themed weekend fun ahead

December 3, 2014

by Carla Noah Stutsman
We know your Christmas shopping is already finished, right?
And you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend.
Look no further: Three major Christmas events right here in Azle are sure to keep you entertained and all three provide opportunities to be a blessing to others, as well.

Annual Christmas Parade
Azle’s official Christmas Tree, located in front of the Azle Historical Museum at 124 W. Main Street, will be lit at 5 p.m.… Read the rest

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Adopt an Angel underway

December 3, 2014
Adopt an Angel underway

by Carla Noah Stutsman
You’ve noticed the child at your son or daughter’s school who doesn’t have a coat, and you wish you could help.
Take another look: see that little girl? Her single mother is struggling with a difficult decision. Does she make sure her daughter gets the Christmas presents she wants? Or should she pay the electric bill?
She doesn’t have the money to do both.… Read the rest

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Autumn Colors

December 3, 2014
Autumn Colors

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