At 2 a.m. this Sunday, March 12 daylight savings time will begin.
The clocks will move ahead an hour and an hour of sleep will disappear, but sunlight will start to stick around longer in the evenings as a reminder that spring and summer are just around a corner.
Spring is set to officially begin in just 10 days, on Monday, March 20.
The hour of lost sleep will be regained in November when daylight savings time ends Sunday, Nov. 5.… Read the rest
A Ford pickup belonging to Jim Bob Cook, a 56-year-old Reno man who has been missing for about a month, was recovered from Eagle Mountain Lake Wednesday evening, March 8.
A Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) police officer discovered an object submerged in about eight feet of water that afternoon.
Using sonar, TRWD police determined the object to be a pickup; the body of a man was recovered by divers about 4 p.m., according to authorities.… Read the rest
The suspense deepens as election for the offices of student body president and vice president at the University of Texas resulted in a runoff election.
With three candidate teams running, no single one garnered more than 50 percent of the vote.… Read the rest
BY JACKIE ‘JJ’ JOY
The Azle Senior Center is flying under a new flag – “Sixty & Better of Azle.”
We are a resource to help seniors live a fuller, healthier, better life. Our new logo states, “Healthy Aging Starts Here,” because we will help seniors find resources they need.
Just call us at 817-444-0070 for information.
Another group trip to Kiowa Casino is scheduled for Tuesday, March 28.
To make a reservation you may call the number above or come by 601 Southeast Parkway at Ash Creek Park.
Seats may be saved now, but reservations are not guaranteed until the $10, non-refundable deposit is paid.… Read the rest
Four Azle High School seniors were chosen and recognized as the Students of the Month for March by the Azle Rotary Club.
That foursome was Haley Patterson, Kit Miller, Hunter Beck, and Cristian Juarez.
Patterson, daughter of Paula Patterson, said she will attend Texas A&M University after her AHS graduation then enter the nursing field.
She is among the elite top ten percent of the 373 members of the Class of 2017; with a grade point average of 98.88461, Patterson sits No.… Read the rest