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Recent rains end PC burn ban, dent drought conditions

BY CHRISTINA DERR christina@azlenews.net Much-needed rain over the last several days has impacted the threat level of wildfires. After Parker County Judge Mark Riley issued an emergency...

Library gala to mark 10th year

Fundraising event slated for Nov. BY MARK K. CAMPBELL markcampbell@azlenews.net The Azle Memorial Library is a big draw on Main Street. The building, which opened in 2009, has...

Sting Fling Sept 8.

BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net Azle’s annual Sting Fling festival is just around the corner. On Saturday, Sept. 8, festivities will kick off with a parade at 9:30...

District offers tips to handling the drought

Despite recent rains, water conservation urged The recent rains have put a dent on what was looking to be a serious drought. But we’re not out...

AISD kicks off 2018-19 with convocation

  Azle ISD staff to receive two-percent raise BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net Azle ISD teachers and staff kicked off the 2018-19 school year with good news at convocation...

LOCAL ARRESTS

The following individuals list addresses in Azle, Lakeside, Pelican Bay, Reno, or the surrounding area and were arrested by various law enforcement agencies on...

Tax-free days set Aug. 10-12

Azle residents who need to do back-to-school shopping can take advantage of the annual Texas sales tax holiday, which is set for this weekend. Between...

AHS council trains

The Azle High School Student Council learned leadership skills at their annual summer workshop where Azle High School delegates participated in mock councils to...

Azle group’s latest play opens Aug. 10

Popcorn Players performing season 20 In the midst of its 20th season, the Azle Art Association’s Popcorn Players is presenting Girl of the Frozen North...
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