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November 25, 2022

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  • Hejny finally living dream as Bearcats QB

    Thursday, November 24

    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 …

  • AHS has record number of recognized students

    Tuesday, November 22

    The number of Aledo High School students recognized as National Recognition Program Scholars by the College Board increased 226.6% in the past year. AHS had 127 students earn 136 total honors this …

  • Aledo runners have sights set on more come 2023

    Tuesday, November 22

    If you thought this year’s cross country season was a big success for the Aledo program — and it definitely was — coach Mike Pinkerton and his athletes have a message for …

  • At Brookshire’s the people make the difference

    Tuesday, November 22

    If you ask store manager Mark Laudenheimer what makes Brookshire’s in Willow Park special, he will say it’s the people. “It’s our people that really make us glow,” …

  • Robert S. Jones, Jr.

    Tuesday, November 22

    Robert S. Jones, Jr. passed away November 2, 2022 in Dallas. Robert was born July 5, 1953 to Robert and Janet Jones. Robert was proceeded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, …

  • Christmas 2022

    Tuesday, November 22

  • Bearcats to face unbeaten old nemesis

    Tuesday, November 22

    Here we go again — the Aledo Bearcats are facing an opponent who is expected to give them a challenge as they continue the quest for an 11th state championship. And now, Aledo (10-2) hits …

  • Bearcat hoopsters feast on visiting Roos

    Tuesday, November 22

    What a difference a week makes. Following the one-point loss to Crandall in the season opener, Aledo Bearcats head hoops coach, JD Robinson, stressed that his young squad would need to grow up in …

  • Ladycats stung by Stephenville

    Tuesday, November 22

    After stringing together back-to-back wins for the first time this season during the Brock Tournament, the Aledo Ladycats basketball squad’s season record dropped to 3-6 after coming up just …

  • Council set to accept bid on Bailey Ranch Road

    Tuesday, November 22

    Driving down Bailey Ranch Road isn’t a pleasant experience. That’s not going to get better any time soon with construction slated to begin in February to overhaul one of the most heavily …

  • Home tour puts local history on display

    Monday, November 21

    The Parker Country Heritage Society will present the 39th Annual Candlelight Tour of Homes which showcases Weatherford’s rich history and heritage from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, …

  • Legislators begin filing bills ahead of session

    Monday, November 21

    Texas legislators are off to the races, filing more than 850 bills on Monday, the first day of filing season for the 88th session, which begins Jan. 10.  The Austin …

  • For starters, let’s try setting better examples

    Monday, November 21

    On Nov. 4 the Aledo Ladycats’ volleyball team traveled to Bridgeport for the area championship game against Argyle. Aside from the match itself, there was one troubling incident that has …

  • Bearcats brave cold to put deep freeze on Cooper

    Saturday, November 19

    With a game time temperature of 34 degrees and a wind chill of 26, the Aledo Bearcats froze the Lubbock Cooper Pirates’ hopes of an upset with a resounding 45-21 victory in their Class 5A …

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