by Darlene Holmes
Thanks a million to all my seniors who stepped up to the plate and helped run the center in my absence.
And thank you to Sue Turnipseed, our volunteer director while I’m out, and Betty Porter who manned the desk and telephone. Couldn’t have taken off this long without all of you doing your thing to keep the ball rolling.… Read the rest
The Azle News office will be closed Friday, April 18, so employees may celebrate Good Friday as part of the Easter holiday with their families.
The closure will not affect deadlines, which will remain Monday, April 21, at 5 p.m. for the April 23 edition of the paper.
The staff at the News wishes everyone in the community a joyous Easter as we contemplate and celebrate the resurrection of Christ.… Read the rest
Seismologist, former Texas ranch manager, strong advocate for protecting and conserving Texas groundwater and surface water.
Those are just a few words that describe Dr. David Craig Pearson, who was hired March 28 by the Railroad Commission of Texas to be its staff seismologist.
Hired in direct response to the infamous “30 earthquakes in 60 days” that occurred mostly in November and December 2013 in and around the Azle area, Pearson is also a former team leader for a Los Alamos National Laboratory seismic, experimental field team, and holds a doctorate in geophysics from Southern Methodist University.… Read the rest
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle announced that it has again achieved Pathway to Excellence™ designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).
To earn the designation, Texas Health Azle successfully underwent a thorough review process that documents quality initiatives that are key to creating a positive work environment – as defined by nurses and supported by research.
“This re-designation validates our efforts to continue striving for the best working environment possible,” said Valarie Gilbert, RN, chief nursing officer at Texas Health Azle.… Read the rest
The Azle High Automotive Technology class brought home an array of blue ribbons as well as a “Best of Show” from the SkillsUSA State contest held in Corpus Christi.
Members of the group, led by longtime auto tech teacher and advisor Robert Herring, performed up to AHS’ historic high standards at the state level.… Read the rest