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FM 730 North Collision

February 12, 2014
FM 730 North Collision

Four people were taken to Texas Health Azle with non-life-threatening injuries following a rear-end collision in the 11600 block of FM 730 North Feb. 4. The crash occurred about 7 p.m. when Michael S. Fields, 52, of Azle, drove a white 1988 Ford F150 into the rear of a red 2009 Saturn Outlook driven by Misty D. Dale also of Azle. Dale, with three juvenile passengers, was stopped with her left turn signal on, waiting to turn left into a parking lot when she was struck from behind.… Read the rest

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Overcome by the Revolution

February 5, 2014
Overcome by the Revolution

Spectators were treated to a preview performance of the Azle High School Indoor Drumline’s 2014 competition show, The Stand, Thursday, Jan. 30 in the AHS gym. Above, members of the drumline’s battery portray citizens 200 years in the future who have joined to put down an evil dictator who has taken power in America. The dictator, left front, is overcome by the revolution.    Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman… Read the rest

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Heads Up

January 29, 2014
Heads Up

Wichita Falls coach Ramsey Ghazal tries to avoid Lady Hornet Valarie Matlock as she leaps to keep a ball inbounds. Azle beat Old High and clinched AHS’ first girls’ hoops playoff berth since 2005.
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199 Rollover

January 22, 2014
199 Rollover

Good Samaritans gather important items, including a pet, after they stopped to help victims of a rollover accident in the 700 block of SH 199 West near Westline Road. According to the accident report, Robert Aaron Bauman, 24, of Springtown was at the wheel of a red 2005 Honda Accord traveling westbound in about the 900 block of SH 199 West when he may have fallen asleep. The Honda left the roadway and traveled about 300 feet – the length of a football field – before crossing the Westline crossover and rolling one-and-a-half times and coming to rest on its side in the grassy median.… Read the rest

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Jaws of Life

January 15, 2014
Jaws of Life

Azle firefighters utilize the Jaws of Life to cut through the doorpost of a black 2000 Ford F350 pickup Sunday evening, Jan. 12. Trapped inside the pickup was its driver, Glyn Ray Williams, 52, of Azle, who sustained serious injuries when his vehicle rolled and came to rest on its side in the 1500 block of SH 199 West. It took firefighters from Azle and Parker County Emergency Services District 1 more than a half hour to extricate Williams from his vehicle, which scattered all manner of tools, hunting equipment, and even an animal carcass along the roadway and in the median as it rolled.… Read the rest

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Out with a bang?

January 8, 2014
Out with a bang?

The auditorium at Azle High School was packed for a Town Hall meeting about earthquakes.
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Highway 199 accident

December 30, 2013
Highway 199 accident

No one was injured Thursday, Dec. 26 around 1 p.m. when a hit-and-run driver in a gray pickup struck the vehicle pictured above in the eastbound lanes of State Highway 199 at Ash Creek Drive. The report was not available at press time, but Parker County Sheriff’s deputies were able to locate the hit-and-run vehicle.
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Home explosion

December 23, 2013
Home explosion

Firefighters quickly put out a fire that resulted from a propane explosion in the 6500 block of Appian Way Tuesday, Dec. 17. At least one dog was killed in the blast, but no other casualties were reported.                                                            Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman… Read the rest

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IceAgeddon

December 18, 2013
IceAgeddon

As the major ice storm finally relented and some melting occurred Dec. 12, the Azle Memorial Library routed patrons away from chunks of ice that sometimes slid from the roof.
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ICEAGEDDON

December 11, 2013
ICEAGEDDON

Ice slipped slowly off the roof of Azle First United Methodist Church’s family life center Monday afternoon, as if reminding us all to be patient. A highly anticipated Tuesday warmup was weak at best; Azle schools remained closed on Wednesday due to poor road conditions as well as a broken water main at Azle High School.
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