Aaron Hannah

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Persons wanting to give Jack County and the City of Jacksboro a chance at some road funds can attend a mitigation grant meeting this evening to find out more about it.

PERRIN – Elementary principal Amy Salazar will be leaving the district to become principal at Houston Elementary School i

Just a little more than a week after a skimmer popped up in Jack County, the state hosted a fact-finding forum into protecting Texas consumers from credit card skimmers.

A credit card skimmer was discovered Tuesday afternoon at Smith Corner in Bryson.


It’s not often you see a bounce house at a softball camp.

After a successful past two years for the Jacksboro baseball program, another Tiger will be taking ther talents to the co

BRYSON – In just three years of coaching six-man football, Jason Briles has turned around a Bryson football team on the d

While it’s really nothing more than fun to look at, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football is something that many Texans look for


Juanita Barnett of Jack County, Texas went to be with our Lord Saturday, April 21, 2018.

She was born to R.Z. and Dona Ainsworth on August 19, 1936.

After a month-long fight with heart problems, Charles Alvin Ross passed away from this life, with his daughter by his side, April 8, 2018 in Wichita Falls, Texas, at the age of 75. 

Winelda June Bishop, 80, of White Oak, North Carolina, passed away Tuesday, April 3, 2018. 

Carole Vanita Hatfield Fitzgerald, 81, passed away on April 4, 2018 in Austin, Texas.


Faith Community Hospital and Carter Blood Care will host a blood drive from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 13 in the hospital gift shop, 215 Chisholm Trail.

Bryson One Act Play won the UIL Regional OAP contest at Central High School in Keller April 16.

In preparation for the third annual Texoma Gives on September 13, 2018, kick-off meetings will be held Tuesday, May 1 in the Silver Square Room of the Wells Fargo Building, 2nd Floor 2301 Kell Boul

After 215 years of separation, a new purpose and unity is leading three protestant denominations to reunite.

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