Commissioners are looking at the cost of washing and cleaning up the outside of the courthouse.
By Brian Smith
Jail staff received a surprise inspection recently … and passed with flying colors, county commissioners found out during their regular meeting Nov. 23.
By Brian Smith
Thursday, December 3rd from 5pm - 7pm on the Square, there will be vendors, tree lighting, carolers and of course the Parade, which begins after the tree lighting around 6:30 p.m.!
The coronavirus pandemic has laid much of the American economy on its back — but a bright spot made the disaster less crippling than it might have been.
By Brett Wesner
BRYSON – Confidence in yourself is a wonderful thing and necessary for success in anything you do.
ALVORD – In the early stages of any season, it takes time for things to gel.
Bryson and Perrin landed several players on the District 9-A All-District FB teams.
PARADISE – The road had been anything but kind to Jacksboro during a recent four-game road trip, convincing losses to Class 2A Archer City and Haskell would prove that point.
Billy Oliver, born on November 23, 1930, celebrated his 90th birthday last week. He spent 4 years in the Navy serving on a destroyer as part of the Tin Can Sailors. Mr.
Jacksboro High School students collected food for the Lions Club Pack the Pickup drive benefitting the Jacksboro Area Food Pantry.
Chambers of Commerce are local businesses that need a voice. With 200 members locally, the Jacksboro Chamber is a strong, diverse business community.
The Jacksboro Chamber of Commerce hosted their 3rd Annual Chamber Chilifest & Classic Car Show Saturday, November 14th on the downtown square.
John M. Balli, 92, went to rest until the coming of the Lord on November 18, 2020, in Jacksboro.
Antonio “Tony” Martinez was born June 13, 1950 in San Juan Durango, Mexico, to Patrocinia Martinez and Carlos Espinoza. He and Maryann married on Feb. 5, 1977 in Altus, Okla..
Mary Alice (Bryson) King went to be with the Lord on Monday, Nov. 23. She was 87. A graveside service was held Wednesday, Nov. 25 at Cottonwood Cemetery in Bryson.
Ina Jo Lee of Perrin, Texas peacefully passed from this world to live in the loving arms of her Savior on the morning of Nov. 10.