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Is hope on the horizon for the lake?

March 18, 2015
Is hope on the horizon for the lake?

High and dry. That’s the phrase that’s been uttered for years now as Eagle Mountain Lake struggles with the drought. More than 10 feet low, things might improve with the resumption of water flow from Richland Chambers Lake – and an El Niño.            Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman… Read the rest

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City leader, icon Clark laid to rest

March 11, 2015
City leader, icon Clark laid to rest

As sleet begins to fall, members of Azle Masonic Lodge #601 carry the flag-draped casket of B.J. Clark to its final resting place in Ash Creek Cemetery March 4.                              Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman… Read the rest

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Whizzing in a winter wonderland!

March 4, 2015
Whizzing in a winter wonderland!

The weatherman got it right Feb. 27 when 2 to 4 inches of snow fell in the area. School was postponed again and local folks poured outside to enjoy the precipitation – like this sledder at Shady Grove Park.

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What a weekend!

February 25, 2015
What a weekend!

On Saturday, Feb. 21 came an Azle first: Two wrestlers won gold at the state tourney in Garland. First, sophomore Lauren Dale went unbeaten in the 138-pound class. Then, in the final match of the state event, Justin Scarbro (left) defeated a much bigger rival as coaches and fans celebrated behind him.… Read the rest

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Perfect Valentine?

February 18, 2015
Perfect Valentine?

Michael White, 18, of Azle, shows off the chocolate fallow deer he harvested Feb. 14 courtesy of the Texas Chapter of the Outdoor Adventure Foundation and Droptine Ranch. Azle PD Corporal Pat Bovea, left, and retired Azle Lt. Lee Blaisdell, right, took White on the surprise hunt.… Read the rest

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A Dazzling Dazzler

February 11, 2015
A Dazzling Dazzler

Dancer Kayla Arstingstall, well, dazzles during the Azle High School Emerald Dazzler’s halftime performance when AHS hosted Denton in basketball Feb. 3. Next up for the award-winning group are competitions in Weatherford and San Antonio.                      Photo by Mark K. Campbell… Read the rest

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Frisbees and Jetpacks and Drums…Lots of Drums

February 4, 2015
Frisbees and Jetpacks and Drums…Lots of Drums

The Azle High School Indoor Drumline, under the direction of AHS Percussion Director Richard Kearns, revealed its 2015 competition show Up In The Air Jan. 29 in the AHS main gym. In the show, members of the drumline become part of a boy’s imagination as he dreams of flying. To the surprise of most, indoor kites and flying Frisbees are part of the fast-paced, innovative show. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman

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A Wily White Wonder

January 28, 2015
A Wily White Wonder

Photographer Natalie Gentry spied this pure white squirrel – presumably an albino – in Reno chowing down on its winter food cache and scurrying along a field Jan. 16. “I knew I had to shoot it (with my camera that is),” she said. On Jan. 21, she finally got the chance, although the wily white wonder did not like her getting out of her vehicle; the critter quickly scampered off.             Photo by Natalie Gentry… Read the rest

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Recycle Blaze

January 22, 2015
Recycle Blaze

A recycle truck emptied a bin at Azle Elementary Monday, Jan. 19 about 8:45 a.m., but with the sun in the driver’s eyes, the truck’s scoop clipped overhead electrical lines, shutting off power to the school and numerous homes, businesses, and churches. Worse, sparks from the electrical lines caught the truck’s contents on fire. The driver was able to move the vehicle away from the campus and dump his entire load in the middle of Church Street, where it blazed until Azle Fire Department personnel arrived to snuff the flames.
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Trial by fire

January 14, 2015
Trial by fire

At home in their former abode, now owned by friends, the Mowrey family is grateful to be safe after a devastating fire and for the vast outpouring of generosity from the community. From left to right are Hannah, Ginger, Hector, Madison, Ashley, and Jim. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman… Read the rest

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