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Just looking out for each other, and customers

April 15, 2015
Just looking out for each other, and customers

Azle police Sergeants Bob Spohn, center, and Steve Stutsman, right, question John Elmer Polk, left, moments after he robbed the Brookshire’s Food & Pharmacy in Azle April 7. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman… Read the rest

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Shot put in Keller

April 8, 2015
Shot put in Keller

JV Hornet Carson Martinez finished fifth in the shot put in Keller April 2. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

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Softball ladies still mowing down 5-5A foes

April 8, 2015
Softball ladies still mowing down 5-5A foes

Samantha Bradley, sliding safely into second base, looks to move up. The Lady Hornets remained undefeated in District 5-5A play with a pair of blowouts against Wichita Falls Rider and Boswell. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

by Mark K. Campbell
Steady as she goes.
The Lady Hornet softball team made sure no lesser squads – standings-wise – messed things up.… Read the rest

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Azle netters collect honors

April 8, 2015
Azle netters collect honors

Varsity Hornets Cody Cook and Kaleb McEwen finished second in boys doubles at a Godley tournament.

The Azle High School tennis teams played at Godley and Fort Worth.
The varsity headed to Godley and Coach Lisa Helm said the 8-team tourney had “some great competition.”
Two doubles teams finished as runners-up.
Cody Cook-Kaleb McEwen took second in boys doubles.
In mixed doubles, John Vining-Briana Moore displayed “outstanding heart and hustle” with their second place effort, Helm recalled.… Read the rest

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Hornets fall to Boswell

April 8, 2015
Hornets fall to Boswell

Azle first baseman Dalton Cole (16) tracks a pop up. The Hornets lost at home to the Boswell Pioneers April 3. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

After one inning, Azle and Boswell were tied at the Hornet diamond.
But that one run for AHS would be all Azle could muster in an 8-1 loss in District 5-5A play.
The Hornets managed just 4 hits and, worse, committed 5 errors.… Read the rest

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Up on the roof

April 8, 2015
Up on the roof

No, it’s not a newly-formed volcano that was discovered behind the News office after the recent storms. This is a colossal fire ant bed – one of many popping up in the area. Over a foot tall, the mound hides the dreaded stinging ants that are so troublesome and painful. Commercial and old school remedies abound on our Facebook pages – The Azle News and Springtown Epigraph – where folks are suggesting everything from fruit peels to granules to home mixtures containing detergent to professional pest companies. Just so you know, we don’t endorse these ideas, but feel free to join the Facebook conversation and put in your two cents.

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Craft, Gorman wed in Aubrey

April 8, 2015
Craft, Gorman wed in Aubrey

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Gorman
… nee Michelle Craft

Michelle Craft and Clayton Gorman, both of Eastland, exchanged vows at noon March 22 in Aubrey.
The bride is the daughter of Deb Camick of Euless and Scott Craft of Ohio. The groom is the son of James and Renee Gorman of Azle.
The bride wore a beautiful long white dress with a silver lining.… Read the rest

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Green Scene Garden Tour fundraiser slated May 3

April 8, 2015
Green Scene Garden Tour fundraiser slated May 3

Proceeds fund Azle-area beautification projects

by Carla Noah Stutsman

Whether you prefer your garden to be formal, wild, playful, bright and sunny, or shady and serene, those options await at the Green Scene Garden Tour May 3.


An enjoyable and fruitful biennial event, the Green Scene Garden Tour is on tap from 12 noon-4:30 p.m. Sunday May 3.
Sponsored by the Azle Area Chamber of Commerce, proceeds from the tour will go to the Rock School Outdoor Learning Center garden, a beautification project at the Azle Museum, and other Main Street beautification projects, according to event organizer Peggy Davis.… Read the rest

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Azle Drumline

April 8, 2015
Azle Drumline

The World Class Azle High School Drumline performed the program they are taking to Dayton, Ohio where AHS will see the best of the best – right where they belong, according to judges.
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Going Blue to Raise Abuse Awareness

April 8, 2015
Going Blue to Raise Abuse Awareness

Angie Childers, Parker County Child Protective Services Board Prevention Chair (right) delivered cases of sticky notes and pencils bearing the number to report suspected child abuse to the Azle ISD in support of Go Blue Day April 10. Assistant Superintendent Tanya Anderson, left, said the supplies will be distributed to students at all campuses. If you suspect a child is being abused, you’re required by law to report your suspicions by calling 800-252-5400. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman

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