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District 3 Fort Worth Councilman Brian Byrd announced the creation of a revitalization project Thursday, and the assemblage of leaders spanning business, education, housing, social services and public safety. Continue reading “Fort Worth Councilman reveals plan to revitalize Las Vegas Trail”
Soda Springs Bar-B-Q, a 32-year landmark has been sold to Heim Barbecue, according to owner Brenda Lewis, widow of Soda Springs founder Scott “Red Wheeler” Lewis.
On a facebook post, Heim Barbecue stated that it will use the building for a party and catering facility. For now, there are not plans to open it as a restaurant.
Soda Springs opened in 1985 when there were few other restaurants for workers near the Lockheed Martin Aeronautics assembly plant.
The State Fair of Texas, held every fall at Dallas’ Fair Park, is a feast for eyes, ears, and taste buds, with music, livestock shows, pig races, auto show, midway rides and games, and food.
My Uncle Mort, who has called the thicket his home during his 105 years of life, has a new neighbor who may have been made in the same mold. Oh, calling him a “neighbor” may be a stretch, since his spread is over the river and through the woods from Mort’s.
Action Taken at September 12 Board Meeting
The Fort Worth ISD Board of Education has approved a resolution supporting the November 7 Penny Swap and Bond Dual Elections. They are listed as Proposition A and Proposition B on the fall ballot.
Discount grocer Aldi is remodeling and expanding its Texas stores as part of a nationwide $1.6 billion spending plan to make its stores bigger.
Don’t miss the final float, Fort Worth’s coolest party comes to a close this Saturday, August 5.
Rockin’ the River wraps up its 6-week summer music and tubing festival at Panther Island Pavilion this Saturday and you are on the guest list! Five bands perform live on the Trinity River where all shows can be enjoyed from a tube or the shaded shore – absolutely FREE!
Cowboys’ coach Tom Landry once said, “Football is to Texas what religion is to a priest.” Get ready for football season with a tour of the state’s most dazzling stadiums.
The 3-day German festival returns to The Shack at Panther Island Pavilion, September 21-23, 2017.
Achtung, y’all! Oktoberfest Fort Worth is a Munich-style celebration so authentic you’ll forget you’re in Texas. Guests will enjoy traditional German food, music, dancing and much more.
On Thursday, June 29, 2017, the person in this photo went to the Hooks Lincoln car dealership and test drove a 2014 Ford Fusion. Continue reading “Suspect sought in car theft”
On Wednesday, July 5, 2017 around 6pm, the three males in the attached photographs were in the Valero store at 2025 S. Cherry Lane. Continue reading “White Settlement Police need your help identifying these suspects”
Lockheed Martin is currently finalizing a $37 billion deal to sell a record 440 F-35 fighter jets to 11 countries including the U.S.
Projects intended to help students across the Dallas-Fort Worth area ride their bicycles or walk to school more safely received a significant boost from the Regional Transportation Council recently.
A motorcyclist was killed early Wednesday in a wreck at 1700 S.W. Loop 820, according to police and the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office.
THE IDLE AMERICAN
Commentary by Dr. Don Newbury
Commencement exercises, like holiday movies watched countless times, usually are fairly predictable. After all, printed programs get us back on track in case of the wandering of minds.
Some of the best “mind-wanderers” are faculty members who know the sub-plots–some of them winding and tangled—that are unique to certain graduates.
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10 a.m.: Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park, 5725 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville.
10 a.m.: Laurel Land Memorial Park, 7100 Crowley Road, Fort Worth.
10 a.m.: Moore Memorial Gardens, 1219 N. Davis Drive, Arlington.
10:30 a.m.: Memorial service for Royal Flying Corps 100th anniversary, Greenwood Cemetery, 3100 White Settlement Road, Fort Worth. Remarks will be made by Brig. Gen. David Kettle, secretary general of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Canadian Agency. The ceremony will include a biplane flyover by C.K. Lee and David Tatum and an F-16 flyover by the 301st Fighter Wing, Air Force Reserves, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth.
11 a.m. Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, assembly area, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas. Keynote speech by Brig. Gen. David C. Hill, commander of the southwestern division of the Army Corps of Engineers. Music provided by Army 1st Cavalry Division Band from Fort Hood. Missing-man formation will be provided by the 301st Fighter Wing, 457th Fighter Squadron.
6 p.m. Thompson American Legion Hall Post 655, 2817 Carson St., Haltom City. Features concert by the Jazz Monsters Big Band.
6:30 p.m.: Mount Olivet Cemetery, 2301 N. Sylvania Ave., Fort Worth. Keynote speech by retired Air Force Col. Kimberly Olson. The Moslah Shrine Band and First Christian Church Chancel Choir will perform. The Lone Star Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America Honor Guard will perform a three-volley rifle salute. In the event of rain, the service will be moved indoors.
Kevin Kisner surged in the the final round, with three consecutive birdies on the first three holes of the back nine and a nail-biting par save that prevented a playoff against Jon Rahm, Sean O’Hair and Jordan Spieth, whose own stunning comeback was just one stroke short of a back-to-back Colonial win. Kisner hung on to a spot near the top of the leaderboard throughout the Tournament, leaving him poised to pull ahead with a 66 after Webb Simpson, who held the lead Friday and Saturday, finished 1 over par with a 71.
Join us at the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational in congratulating Kevin Kisner, who joins the greatest players on the PGA TOUR on the Colonial Wall of Champions. Kevin Kisner’s win at Colonial is his 2nd career win on the PGA TOUR, and his first since 2015.
On May 6, 2017, a general election will be held to elect White Settlement School Board members, Fort Worth City Council representatives and the Fort Worth mayor.
Polls are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, May 6.
Police have identified an 18-year-old who they say stabbed a fellow student Tuesday afternoon at Brewer High School in Fort Worth.
The man accused in a fatal shooting outside Ridgmar Mall on Monday was married to the victim, police confirmed Thursday.
WSPD Press Release
Around 8:20 p.m. on January 27, 2017 two masked and armed robbers entered a Quik Sac convenience store on South Cherry Lane in White Settlement, Texas. The two gunmen immediately began demanding money from the clerk, and instructed patrons of the store to get down on the floor.
A State Senator plans to introduce legislation this week that would do away with Dallas County Schools (DCS) and their bus service. Currently, 12 school districts use DCS for bus transportation including White Settlement ISD. Continue reading “Bus service will change for WSISD”
The city’s Transportation and Public Works Department is hosting a community meeting at 6:30 p.m., Monday, March 6, to update residents on the improvements planned for Chapel Creek Bridge over Interstate 30. The meeting will take place at the Normandale Baptist Church located at 2001 Chapel Creek Blvd.
The existing two-lane bridge will be replaced with a new six-lane bridge over I-30. A turnaround bridge will also be constructed on the east side of the new bridge.
For more information, contact Project Manager Mike Weiss at 817-392-8485
This section of a resident’s backyard fence along Chapel Creek Boulevard is crumbling onto a nearby sidewalk. A plan to replace the fence is finally in place with the help from The City of Fort Worth.
With a lot of letter writing, phone calling and attendance at meetings, residents along Chapel Creek are finally seeing some relief in restrictions for the brick wall that is falling down in their backyard. Continue reading “The rise and fall of the wall along Chapel Creek”
March 2 marks the 181st anniversary of Texas independence. On this date in 1836, 59 delegates crowded into the tiny river town of Washington and passed, without debate, a declaration written primarily by George Childress that proclaimed Texas a republic independent from Mexico. Continue reading “A holiday to honor the pioneers of this state”
J.C. Penney Company will close 130 to 140 stores and two distribution centers during the next several months as it aims to improve profitability in the era of online shopping. Continue reading “Another round of changes for shoppers”