• What a Difference a May Makes - 05/22/2015 11:18 AM CDT
  • Perrin's top grads headed to A&M - 05/22/2015 11:04 AM CDT
  • Schools hopeful of STAAR results - 05/22/2015 11:02 AM CDT
  • No injuries result from Tuesday storm - 05/20/2015 01:22 PM CDT
  • New game warden ready for service - 05/18/2015 12:03 PM CDT
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    (Cherry Rushin)
    What a Difference a May Makes

    Twin Lakes Reservoir reached its lowest point in more than 15 years and possibly in its existence February 21 at 995.4 feet elevation according to U.S. Read more
    SPORTS
    (Brian Smith)
    JHS hosts athletic awards assembly

    Celebrating the end of another athletic year, Jacksboro High School had its annual Athletic Assembly Monday morning.   Severe thunderstorms the night of the original Athletic Assembly May 7 forced the rescheduling of the event, which was incorporated into the Academic Awards Assembly in the JHS Gym. Read more
    LIFESTYLES
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    JMS robotics team places 2nd in state

    Three Jacksboro Middle School students recently competed at Duncanville ISD in the State Robotics competition, placing second in state.  The team consisted of eighth graders Leah Plaster and Hoyt Nebgen and seventh grader Morgyn Green. Read more
    OBITUARIES
    Obituary Dianne Wilhoit

    Dianna Ray Wilhoit, 71, of Perrin, passed away on Monday, May 18, 2015 in a Mineral Wells hospital.   Dianna was born September 27, 1943, in Cisco, Texas to Leo and Rosa Lee Wiloth. Read more
    HOMEFRONT
    DIY Kids' Room Makeovers

    DIY Kids' Room Makeovers (Family Features) Once school lets out, it's a great time to make updates to kids' rooms. Read more
    Unpublished Orson Welles draft memoir donated to university

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The University of Michigan says a "very raw draft" of an unpublished Orson Welles memoir has joined its archives on the trailblazing filmmaker. Full Story
    ( Jeffrey R. Staab )
    David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in

    Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.