by Carla Noah Stutsman
Eagle Mountain Fire and EMS will hold an Open House, BBQ Fund Raiser, and Awards Event Saturday, April 12, from 2-7 p.m. at its station located at 9500 Live Oak Lane on the east side of Eagle Mountain Lake.
Eagle Mountain Fire and EMS ambulance crews perform almost all transfers of patients from Texas Health Azle to Fort Worth area hospitals, something that makes it possible for the department to keep an ambulance stationed in the Azle area, where it assists the Azle Fire Department with medical calls.… Read the rest
The Tarrant County Clerk’s Office has been contacted by citizens regarding telephone calls they have received about false lawsuits.
The caller is identifying himself/herself as a court clerk informing the person that they are being sued, providing false case numbers, and asking for payment to remove the person from the case.
“We urge our taxpayers to not provide the caller with any personal and/or financial information,” said Tarrant County Clerk Mary Louise Garcia. “The County Clerk’s office does not contact citizens regarding lawsuits and payment.”… Read the rest
Oklahoma State University has selected Azle High School senior Rebecca Herrera as a McKnight Leader Scholar.
The future zoology major will receive a four-year waiver of out-of-state tuition fees, $10,000 in scholarships over the first two years, and opportunities to develop leadership skills through exclusive courses and seminars.
OSU alumni Ross and Billie McKnight of Throckmorton, Texas, established the McKnight Leader Scholars Program in 2010.… Read the rest
Carjacking in Central Texas
by Carla Noah Stutsman
An Azle man has been sentenced to serve five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to carjacking
Joshua James Adams, 33, was sentenced Wednesday, March 26, in a Temple courtroom. U.S. District Judge Walter S. Smith, Jr., also ordered Adams to serve three years on supervised release, pay a $1,000 fine, and $100 in special assessment to the court.… Read the rest
Theron Bowman will soon address a crowd at the prestigious Petroleum Club in Fort Worth.
He’s a sixth grader.
Communities in Schools of Greater Tarrant County (CIS- GTC) will hold its 8th Annual Celebration Luncheon from 12 noon-1:30 p.m. April 10.
And, among the keynote speakers at the luncheon will be Bowman – the youngest speaker in the history of the organization – who will share his CIS story.… Read the rest