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All ages make Lakeside pickleball a hit

BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net Lakeside residents have caught the “pickleball bug” since the city’s new courts opened this spring. Lakeside City Council member Kathy Livingston said the...

Band welcomes back teachers

Azle’s Marching Green Pride Band was on hand for the festivities at Azle ISD Convocation on Aug. 10.

Fall waxes as summer wanes

Despite at times heavy rain, workers put up banners announcing the annual Sting Fling festival around downtown during a rainstorm on Friday. The festival...

Azle mayor delivers city’s progress report

Construction, police, and taxes topics at chamber luncheon BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net At an Aug. 7 Azle Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Azle Mayor Alan Brundrett gave...

Azle proposes tax rate decrease

BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net Azle’s proposed property tax rate for fiscal year 2018-19 is one cent less than last year’s rate, according to the proposed budget...

Dispute ends in stabbing

Fleeing woman captured here BY CHRISTINA DERR christina@azlenews.net A Grand Prairie woman is facing felony charges from two local law enforcement agencies after she allegedly stabbed a...

It begins…

The freshman Hornets began practicing Aug. 6, a week before the JV and varsity, rising before 6 a.m. on opening day. Here, coach Josiah...

High risin’

Big machines are thundering on Main Street, building the future City Hall and Police Station complex. Construction is slated to be complete by next...

All bets are off

APD raiding game rooms BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net The Azle Police Department is cracking down on illegal game rooms in the city limits, Police Chief Rick Pippins...

Voices rise at Reno ethics meeting

Accusations fly once more BY CHRISTINA DERR christina@azlenews.net A long-awaited discussion by the Reno city council temporarily devolved into the type of behavior that the body was...
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