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Get ticked off at ticks

Before spending any time outdoors, people should be aware of ticks and the potential diseases they can cause. The black legged tick, a bug commonly...

Azle mosquitoes test negative

BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net No disease-carrying mosquitoes have been found in Azle so far this summer, but Parks Superintendent Kyle Culwell encouraged residents to stay vigilant...

Colorguard prepares

Though it is only early July, the AHS colorguard is already preparing for the 2018-19 season, drilling on the Hornet Field turf. Photo by...

That looks strange…

iWatchTexas app allow for quick reporting of suspicious activity The Texas Department of Public Safety launched the new iWatchTexas app June 8. DPS created the new...

Another PC phone scam, warns Sheriff Fowler

Parker County residents have reported more phone scams to the sheriff’s office. Two people reported phone calls from a man who identified himself as Matt...

Library very busy this summer

BY MARK K. CAMPBELL markcampbell@azlenews.net Just how busy is the Azle Memorial Library? Plenty, says Director Curren McLane. Currently, there are over 58,000 items that can be checked...

Church Spotlight: City Chaplains

BY KAYLEE PIPPINS The Azle Police and Fire Departments exist to serve and protect the community. Within the organizations, there are chaplains dedicated to serving...

Safe boating campaign set

Every summer, people flood to bodies of water. Boating responsibly is vital and the National Safe Boating Council has established three rules to ensure safety...

Six graduate TWU

Six Azleites were among the graduates from Texas Woman’s University for the spring 2018 semester. Vannessia Rhine earned a Master of Science degree in Informatics. Crystal...

Former AHS valedictorian graduates Naval Academy

Savage now an ensign Azle High School’s 2014 valedictorian recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy. U. S. Navy Ensign Thomas L. Savage, the son...
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