Residents living in the view-caps area, near Dyess have been working with city officials to make changes to an existing airport ordinance that affects what homeowners can or cannot do to their property. Residents have asked the city to temporarily suspend for a one-hundred-and-twenty-day period to work together to make adjustments to the current restrictions. The final reading of the ordinance will take place on Thursday at the city council meeting.
Birdwell "Disappointed" With Stalled Campus Carry Bill
State Sen. Brian Birdwell, R-Granbury, is "frustrated and disappointed" by the seemingly insurmountable obstacles to passing a bill permitting the concealed carry of firearms in...
Fuel Company Donates SUV to Local Charity
Alon Brands, a Texas fuel company, gave a new sports utility vehicle to the Alliance for Women and Children Wednesday morning.
Man Arrested for Allegedly Threatening Neighbor with Loaded Shotgun
Police respond to a report of a man threatening his neighbor with a shotgun.
APD: Police Search for Suspects in Early Morning Robbery
Suspects steal lawn furniture and audio equipment in an early-morning robbery.
Strawn Declares a State of Emergency Due to Water Line Blockage
The Strawn City Council met late Tuesday night in an emergency meeting to declare a State of Emergency concerning a water line blockage between the...
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