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Editor’s note: This is the third in a three-part series. Shortly after arriving in Aledo in 2022, Katie Schultz reluctantly decided to return to her home country after more than seven …

Editor's note: This is the second in a three-part series. Just before she turned 15, Katie Schultz experienced one of the greatest and most transformative events of her young life when she and her …

McKenzie May, first-grader at Coder Elementary School and Stella Price, first-grader at Southwest Christian School, approached the end of Girl Scout Cookie sales at Wal-Mart in Hudson Oaks. Both …

Aledo’s competitive high school robotics teams hosted the largest event of the regular season at the Daniel Ninth Grade Center on Saturday, Jan. 21, when 33 teams from North Texas participated …

McAnally Middle School teacher Kate Thomas and Trinity Christian Academy’s Becca Perales were among 43 teachers honored when Weatherford College held its annual Jack Harvey Academy of Exemplary …

Editor's note: This story will be presented in a three-part series. Katie (Gisela) Schultz spent the first 10 years of her life in Nazi Germany. Born in 1935 in Lower Saxony, the Aledo resident …

Not long before the British Conservative Party selected Margaret Thatcher to be its first woman leader a young woman in Texas was about to make a decision that would lead to a remarkable career in …

It’s been 10 years coming, but Willow Park Baptist Church will officially open the doors of its new home at 777 Crown Pointe Blvd. this Sunday, Feb. 19, at 10 a.m. Watch next week’s …

Chuck Filiaga's final college football game was played in a way he'd always known, winning. The former Aledo Bearcat, an offensive lineman on the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers, helped his …

The Texas Music Educators Association audition process resulted in two Aledo High School band members being named to the All State Band. In addition, 10 students made All Area and 50 students …

Randy Galloway may be retired, but he still has plenty to say — as do many who know him best. In a career that spanned a half a century, Galloway became a legend at his craft as a …

Coyotes are a common sight in North Texas, and they have a distinctive sound when they howl. The Coyote at Weatherford College also has a unique sound as the new radio station at 88.5 FM and 102.5 …

In the movie "City Slickers," Curly (Jack Palance) tells Mitch (Billy Crystal) to find "the one thing." He was referencing finding the thing you do best and do it to the best of your capability and …

Christmas Tyme in Aledo

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The City of Aledo hosted its annual Christmas Time in Aledo on Dec. 3. Thousands of area residents and visitors flocked downtown for food, entertainment, family activities, and shopping. Photos by …

The annual Marcia Walters Memorial Thanksgiving Trot again saw more than 1,000 people turn out on a drizzly Thanksgiving morning to bring sunshine to a local family. The annual one mile and 5K …

Hauss Hejny admits that even as he was playing football elsewhere, his dream was to be the starting quarterback for the Aledo Bearcats and lead them to a state championship. While the latter has …

It was March 3 and the LeBaron family was preparing to move to Aledo from Springtown. The family — parents John and Ashley, and children Braylon (12), Makayla (9), Colton (2), and Liam (1) …

CDR Robert Gustavson has announced his retirement from the U.S. Navy after 20 years of service. Gustavson was commissioned in May 2002 after graduating from the University of St. Thomas in …

Out of tragedy often comes new life and new opportunities. So it is for Joe Johnson of Willow Park, a pilot for American Airlines who shared a passion for flying with his late son, …

One of my goals in life is to live to be 100 years old and shoot a 99 in golf (over 18 holes, not nine, I know what some of you are thinking). And while I still aspire to do that, I now have added …

The members of the newly-named Cross Timbers Baptist Church in Willow Park will tell you that the adage from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet that “a rose by any other name would smell as …

The Aledo Children’s Advocats organization marked its annual membership meeting on Monday, Oct. 10, with the recognition that it has been in operation two decades now. The annual meeting …

Tony Dorsett paused for a minute as he reflected on his favorite memory of Rayfield Wright. Then, his face broke out into a big smile as it came to him and he couldn’t wait to …

Matt and Josh Jenkins still get a kick out of hearing people singing one of their songs.  The Aledo-based brothers grew up in a household where their father and fellow song writer, John …

This year was a game changer for Robert Seely. Seely lives with his mother, Michelle, in the Yes mobile home community of Aledo. Robert, 33, was born with Spina Bifida, a condition in which a …

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