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Springtown Education Foundation awarding $36K this year
by Mark K. Campbell
Springtown Education Foundation (SEF) President Tootie Hall told Optimist Club members May 13 that the 22-year-old organization is doing just fine.
In fact, it’s expanding.
For more than two decades, SEF has passed out scholarships to worthy Springtown students bound for college.… Read the rest
Vendors and games lined the square and a section of Springtown park during Lions Club annual Mayfest celebration on Saturday May 10. The day featured free eye exams, the Springtown Fire Truck, and a softball tournament in addition to the bounce houses, face painting, carnival-like games, and shopping area.
Photo by Natalie Gentry… Read the rest
by Natalie Gentry
A Springtown man was arrested the evening of May 7 after he reportedly assaulted a woman with a hammer.
Deputies from the Parker County Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic disturbance call in the 3200 block of State Highway 199 West at about 10:35 p.m. Wednesday.
According to the probable cause affidavit, a witness reported that Gordon Flanagan, 53, of Springtown had attacked his girlfriend with a hammer.… Read the rest
SHS valedictorian and salutatorian look to the future
By Natalie Gentry
Springtown High School (SHS) valedictorian, Shay Chandler and salutatorian, Rebecca “Nikki” Jones both attribute their achievements to familial support and an inner drive to do well.… Read the rest
Lots of talk, little movement
by Carla Noah Stutsman
Four months after the last “felt” earthquake occurred in the Azle/Reno/Springtown area, elected officials and seismic researchers alike headed to Austin in another attempt to shake things up.
The Texas House Energy Resources Subcommittee on Seismic Activity heard testimony May 12 from Azle Mayor Alan Brundrett, Reno Mayor Lynda Stokes, and SMU researchers Dr. Brian Stump and Dr. Heather Deshon.… Read the rest