house fire May 25 and is now looking toward a long road to recovery.
By Brian Smith
Just another sign things are getting back to normal.
After more than two months of being shut down, Jack County Courthouse reopened Monday morning.
By Brian Smith
With no senior award assembly, Jacksboro ISD took time to recognize graduates for their accomplishments during its graduation ceremony.
By Nathan Lawson
Despite a senior year unlike any other, the class of 2020 at Jack County high schools celebrated their graduations on Friday, May 22, evening.
By Staff Report
Junior high and high school athletes can begin working out June 8.
Jacksboro athletes hit the road this weekend for Duncan, Okla. to take part in a softball tournament.
ARCHER CITY – Josh Pierce took the mound for Jacksboro Thursday hoping to tame the host Wildcats with his arm.
After its first win of the year in Miller Grove two days prior, Perrin’s baseball team continued a successful turn by splitting a pair of games in the American Cancer Society Tournament at Henriet
After a successful first year, the Jacksboro Chamber of Commerce is hosting another Outdoor Expo and ChiliFest Saturday, Nov. 2.
Jacksboro High School students participated in “adulting” classes Oct. 23, after their college day in Graham.
The Jack County Museum building is one of the oldest in Jack County, built by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cooper in 1882.
Region 9 Education Service Center will soon begin offering its fall classes for adult students seeking to earn their high school equivilency diploma (GED) or to non-native English speakers looking
Bernice Hortense Farmer passed away gracefully from here to her heavenly home Monday, May 25, 2020, in Weatherford, surrounded by her family.
Novella Delcambre, 86, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, May 25, 2020 in Rockport. There was a Graveside Service at Oakwood Cemetery in Jacksboro on Saturday, May 30, at 11 a.m.
Irene Owens, 92, went to be with her Lord and Savior Friday, May 15, in Weatherford.
There was a Graveside Service at Gibtown Cemetery on Thursday, May 21 at 10:30 a.m.
Patsy Sue (Bailey) Hale was born Dec. 31, 1932 in Newport. She was the daughter of Hugh H. and Juanita M. (Ball) Bailey. Patsy married the Late Billy Hale Sr. Sept. 17, 1949 in Graham.