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Brothers has spent decades delivering papers

BY MAGGIE FRASER maggie@azlenews.net For more than 40 years, Jerry Brothers has delivered the news to Azle and Springtown – and he shows no signs of...

County group trying to lure businesses

BY MARK K. CAMPBELL markcampbell@azlenews.net An economic development group from Parker County is looking worldwide to attract businesses to build here. Tim Von Kennel, the executive director...

PCHF donates $10K to CAC

The Parker County Health Foundation (PCHF) made a $10,000 donation to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Parker County. Foundation Chairman Craig Harbuck and board member...

Fireworks concerns explode over holiday

County received over 400 calls despite ban BY CHRISTINA DERR christina@azlenews.net Neither municipal ordinances nor county disaster declarations kept area residents from attempting to celebrate the nation’s...

Growth a ‘century’ in the making

Area plant undergoing once-in-a-lifetime bloom A plant that rivals a three-story building in height and that has occupied a spot in the Springtown landscape for...

Graves completes AF basic training

SHS Class of 2014 grad now an airman Jacob T. Graves graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. U.S. Air Force Airman Graves...

Hays on HPU list

Britni Hays, of Springtown, was one of 234 students to earn academic honors for the spring 2018 semester at Howard Payne University. Hays was named...

SHS grads on elite lists

Two Springtown High School graduates have earned places on the special academic lists at Stephen F. Austin University. Christina Kreger has been named to the...

Council takes P&Z action

BY CHRISTINA DERR christina@azlenews.net The Springtown Planning and Zoning commission was again a topic at the most recent meeting of the city council. Prior to the commencement...