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AHS’ special place

Memorial tree remembers students BY KAYLEE PIPPINS In a small community, a time of mourning often becomes a time for remembrance. Recently, Azle High School has added...

Amyett a Navy grad

After four years of academic, physical, and military training, Sam Amyett graduated from the Naval Academy. The Azle High School grad earned a bachelor of...

A proud Azle graduate

Another Hornet Academy class graduated at AHS June 12. The 30 newest grads raised the 10-year program total to 414. Here, Zane Leo Zufelt...

Lease space coming soon

A 1,200-square-foot portion of our building will soon be available for lease. $1,700 per month, $1,700 deposit

Eagle Crest hits milestone

BY MARK K. CAMPBELL markcampbell@azlenews.net Eagle Crest Villa enjoyed a special visitor when the facility held a party for its “20th birthday” June 6. Original director Dorothy...

City complex aims for Sept. 2019 opening

Dirt turned June 8 on combined city hall, police facility BY MARK K. CAMPBELL markcampbell@azlenews.net Now that the new city hall/police department has been okayed by the...

Kiting along at Twin Points

Tarrant Regional Water District hosted a kite festival June 9 at the Twin Points Park. It was just one of in a series of...

MIP continues

The group Incognito rocked Azle’s Central Park amphitheater during the second Music in the Park performance of the summer June 8. Next up is...

Success!

AHS graduates 386 Goal achieved! Azle High School’s Class of 2018 celebrated its commencement ceremony Thursday, May 31 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. Members of the...

Azle’s ice queen

Brister runs Snow Shack BY KAYLEE PIPPINS Things are heating up in Azle as the summer season returns in full force, but there is one way...
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