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Tom Fitzpatrick is a man with a vision. By the time the self-proclaimed “Army brat” was elected Mayor of Hudson Oaks in May of 2022 and following his 21-year tenure as a city council …

A child's imagination is an amazing thing. Six students from Stuard Elementary School are proof. Working together, their Destination Imagination team finished eighth in the state at the recent …

Described as a "rising tide couple," Lance and Julie Turner of Aledo were recently honored by Express Employment Professionals as Franchisee of the Year at the company’s recent International …

The Weatherford College Foundation welcomed nearly 700 attendees to the 13th annual Taste of Parker County held at Heritage Park on April 20.  “This fun, community event …

Former Aledo Bearcat Chuck Filiaga has earned a chance to shine at the highest level of football there is. Filiaga signed a three-year free agent contract with the Green Bay Packers on Monday, May …

You can take the person out of the speed boat, but you can't take the speed boat out of the competitor. Though he retired from competitive drag boat racing four decades ago, Marvin Savage still …

On any given day hundreds of young people can be found in the spring at the Aledo Athletics ballparks participating in the national pastime. These players were found on April 13. Photos by …

Elena Aresi's face lights up as soon as she hears the words "the Aledo football team." The Italy native is an exchange student at Aledo High School this year, and following a season where her …

As the Aledo ISD community prepares to vote in the upcoming bond election, there may be value in examining how previous generations responded to population growth in the area and the resulting stress …

The City of Willow Park hosted its latest Willow Bark event on Saturday, April 15, at McCall Elementary School. Vendors, children’s activities, contests, and “weenie dog” races …

That fear of being alone and cold with no one to turn to for love isn’t just a human concern. Sadly, it is all too true for too many cats and dogs — who, unlike humans, can’t …

Four years ago twin sisters Samantha and Rebecca Sullivan discovered a new passion in life, raising Boer Goats. Then, as it did with so many things, the COVID-19 pandemic put a kibosh on their …

Volume five of The Best of Texas Scholastic Photography features work from 10 Aledo High School students and graduates who were taught by teachers Linda Greenwood and Emily Pyeatt Arnold: Ava …

The Aledo Children’s AdvoCats hosted 575 runners at their annual Run, Walk, or Crawl Glow Run on Friday, March 24. The 1K and 5K event features a glow-in-the-dark experience with music and …

It was a big lectern, but that didn’t intimidate students from McCall Elementary School and Aledo Middle School when they addressed the school board in February. Aledo Middle School …

The Business Development Group of aledo recently held its annual clay shoot, which benefits local school and youth organizations. Shooters from several schools participated in the youth shoot earlier …

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 …

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