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Teacher’s life saved by defi brillator BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN It’s happened again, at a second Azle school. An Automated External Defi brillator (AED) saved another life. It’s no less miraculous the second time around – if you’re not inclined to believe that, just ask anyone who was there. During lunchtime on Friday, March 28, a staff member at Eagle Heights Elementary School in Azle collapsed. The police scanner in the Azle News offi ce told the grim news: The patient was unconscious and was not breathing. An ambulance was dispatched. According to Azle Independent School District Director of Operations Skip McCambridge, a substiCurrently ranked in fi rst place in Open Class in the state of Texas, the Azle High School Indoor Drumline heads to College Station tute teacher who was assisting in the Saturday where it will compete in Reed Arena for the equivalent of the state title in the Texas Color Guard Circuit (TCGC) Champiclassroom, Misty Panzino, supported onships. Above, drumline members performed a “trash can band” number at the Central Park Amphitheater for the Azle Memorial the ailing woman while another staff Library’s fifth birthday celebration Saturday, March 29. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman member, Brent Clark, called 9-1-1. A nearby teacher, Lauren Hernandez, requested assistance from the of- the Eagle Heights Emergency Refi ce. sponse Team (ERT) was on site admin“In fewer than three minutes from the time the staff member collapsed, PLEASE SEE TEACHER’S, PAGE 2A.

Silver Creek students, faculty ready for Coaches Cook-off Competing for $100,000 PE grant from LG BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN Trey Shearer has been feeling a little pressure lately. During interviews over Spring Break with representatives from LG and Project Fit America, he was told “if you don’t make the Final Four, it’s all on you – and if you do make it, it’s because of you.” Shearer, Silver Creek Elementary’ s physical education teacher, channeled that pressure into positive momentum and was ultimately selected as one of four coaches who will compete in the for a $100,000 physical education grant in LG’s Coaches Cook-Off competition during the NCAA Men’s Final

Eagle Heights Elementary School Nurse Heather Lee displays the AED that was used to save the life of a teacher who collapsed at the school Friday, March 28.

Four weekend. Shearer and the other three coaches will be paired up with Baylor head coach Scott Drew and Texas A&M head coach Billie Kennedy to cook for the prize during halftime Saturday, April 5 in the Infi niti Tip-Off Tailgate at AT&T Stadium. The Final Four schools – Cesar Chavez Elementary School (Fort Worth) West Elementary School (Fort Worth) and Central Elementary School (Seagoville) in addition to Azle’s Silver Creek Elementary – were selected through a grant application process implemented by Project Fit America.

Shearer, who was selected from among more than 800 PE teachers, said he is honored to represent Azle ISD and Silver Creek Elementary in such a big way. “Principal [Heidi] Nelson and I will be picked up in a limousine Saturday morning and driven to the NCAA Final Four game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington,” Shearer said. “We will be on the court in front of 70,000 people – cooking!” The competition will include some very upscale and detailed recipes including sauces, pastes, and cooking techniques worthy of being aired on PLEASE SEE COACHES, PAGE 2A.

Man sentenced to 45 years for two counts of assault in 2012 Isbell shot at Azle officer, motorist

Azle schools won’t make up all 8 snow days TEA grants waiver for 6 or them BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN Students who attend Azle schools – as well as their parents – can rest easy knowing they will only have to make up two of the eight bad weather days attributed to snowy, icy conditions during the 2013-2014 school year. The two days that will be made up are the same two already built into the school district’s calendar – Friday, April 18 and Friday, May 30. Azle ISD applied to the Texas Education Agency for a waiver for the remaining six days when school was not held due to inclement weather. Last week, AISD received word the waiver has been approved. June 2 will remain a work day for teachers and staff.

BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN An armed man on parole for a violent crime who led police on two high-speed pursuits on two consecutive days in July 2012 has been sentenced to 45 years in prison. A Tarrant County jury deliberated for several hours Wednesday, March 26, before convicting John B. Isbell, 54, of two charges of assault on a public servant and one charge of deadly conduct. One of the assault charges stemmed from Isbell pointing a shotgun at an Azle police offi cer during the fi rst pursuit. The other emanated from Isbell ramming a Haltom City police offi PLEASE SEE TWO, PAGE 3A. John B. Isbell

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NEWS DIGEST Retired ISD employees meet April 8

Teacher’s life saved by quick use of defibrillator

The Azle Tri-County Retired School Employees Association will hold its monthly meeting at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 8 at Moe’s Country Kitchen at 316 West Main Street in Azle. Laura Veloz from the Fort Worth Nature Center will be the speaker. n TEACHER’S, FROM PAGE ONE. There will be updates about issues that affect employees regarding legislation and changes that istering aid,” McCambridge may be coming. Contact Diane Nutt at 817-237-6510 for additional information. said. “School Nurse Heather Lee began performing CPR while school counselor Alisa Annual plant sale slated April 12 Parker County Master Gardeners will hold its annual spring plant sale Saturday, April 12, 8 am Johnson prepared the AED.” Additional members of the to noon at Texas AgriLife Extension Office, 604 N. Main St. in Weatherford. ERT who assisted in the inAnnuals, perennials, vegetables, roses, wildflowers, and native grasses are available. Mini procident were Principal Amy grams on honey bees and other pollinators, butterfly and container gardening, water conservation Rollmann, Assistant Principal and gardening with drought tolerant plants will be going on all morning. Jessica Hanson, and staff members Dee Suratt, Shelly Wynns, Shaw-Kemp Open House April 12 Kristi Seward, and Marlene th The 34 annual Shaw-Kemp Open House is set for Saturday, April 12 from 1 to 5 p.m. The free Ross, McCambridge said. “Lee connected the AED to event highlights several old Parker County buildings. The property is located south of Weatherford off Highway 51 South at 220 Kemp Road. Visitors should bring their own food and drink. the staff member and the AED evaluated the staff member and For more information, call Mary Kemp at 817-594-6837. determined that a shock was needed,” McCambridge said. April 15 Class of ‘84 ticket deadline “After the shock, Nurse Lee The Azle High School Class of 1984 will reunite at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 31 at Billy Bob’s administered two more rounds Texas. Tickets are $35 per person. Register by email before April 15 to shelley_unger@yahoo. of CPR. The staff member responded to the aid and she was com or deanna_grover@yahoo.com. transported by Eagle Mountain EMS to Texas Health Azle and

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then later to Texas Health Fort Worth.” AISD Curriculum Director Tanya Anderson said, “The Azle paramedics, Texas Health Azle emergency room personnel, and nurses at Texas Health Fort Worth all commented that because of the response of the ERT – particularly Nurse Lee – a life was saved.” McCambridge added, “The Eagle Heights ERT drills regularly for such emergencies, and each campus and building in Azle ISD has access to an AED. “Additionally, AEDs are provided for the Azle ISD athletic teams and the AHS band. Staff members at each campus are trained in the use of an AED as well as CPR.” It’s something that is taken very seriously in the Azle ISD. Back in September 2011, a then 13-year-old seventh grade

football player at Azle Junior High made headlines when a tackle caused his heart to stop. An AED that had been donated to the school was employed to shock Alex Templeton’s heart back into a rhythm, saving his life. “Early activation of the school’s ERT, early cardioversion with an AED, and early CPR definitely saves lives,” Azle Fire Chief Will Scott said. Scott also wants the community to know that a medical crew aboard an Eagle Mountain EMS ambulance was in the Azle area when the call was dispatched. “They were not dispatched to the call, but immediately recognized the seriousness of the situation,” Scott said. “They responded on their own to assist our medic crew, and their response is greatly appreciated.”

Many school activities require the passing of a medical physical. Exams will be offered for $20 at the high school gym Thursday, Apr. 24 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Doctors and staff from John Peter Smith Hospital, AISD trainers, and coaches will be part of the process. Youths should wear shorts and t-shirts. Activities that require physicals: football, cheerleading, tennis, cross country, volleyball, wrestling, basketball, soccer, baseball, softball track, powerlifting, swimming, and golf. For information, call 817-270-1725 or 817-270-1724.

Coaches competing for $100,000 PE grant from LG

Youth dance at Azle JH April 25

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A Neon Glow Dance for fifth and sixth grade students who attend Azle and Hoover Elementary Schools will be held at Azle Junior High, 6-9 p.m. Friday, April 25. Admission is $5 per student. Parents must sign students in and out at the door. Pizza, candy, drinks, and glow sticks require extra money. Prizes will be awarded for best Neon Glow dress, King and Queen from each school, and dance contests. The dance is sponsored and will be heavily chaperoned by parents and students of Azle High School Class of 2014 Project Graduation. See www.ahsprojectgraduation2014.com. AHS Project Graduation 2014 provides students of the senior class of 2014 with a safe, alcohol-free, drug-free party after their graduation ceremony this spring.

The Food Network, Shearer said. After the showdown, there will be a photo shoot with LG, Project Fit America, the famous basketball players and coaches, and the media. “It’s incredible to think that a first-year, small town PE teacher like myself will be in the national spotlight!” Shearer said. “I attribute all this excitement and give any and all accolades to my Lord Jesus Christ, because there is no other reason I would be here otherwise. All of this excitement is such an awesome way to spotlight Silver Creek, Azle ISD, and the wonderful town of Azle!” Shearer said during the interview process, he had many opportunities to talk about his history in education and sports, his love for teaching, and his passion for fitness and healthy living. He answered questions about his teaching philosophies, what he does to grow the PE program, and his plans for the future of the PE program at Silver Creek.

PC 4-H, FFA benefit is April 26 The Parker County Future Farmers of America, 4-H Grand Champion Gala raises funds for those youth groups. Tickets for the April 26. 6:30 p.m. event – which includes a red carpet social, a steak dinner, a live auction, and music from Jake Hooker and the Outsiders – begin at $75 for individuals and $500 to $1,000 for tables of eight. For more information on the gala, set for the Parker County Sheriff Posse grounds, call 817300-2258.

Scout dinner coming here April 26 The 2014 annual Boy Scout dinner is slated for 404 West Main Street Saturday, Apr. 26 at 6 p.m. Any business or person interested in sponsoring a table can contact the Longhorn Council at 817-231-8500.

Reno VFD annual fish fry May 24 The Reno Volunteer Fire Department will host its annual Fish Fry Saturday, May 24, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the fire station, 185 W. Reno Road. A $7.50 donation includes a meal of deep-fried fish, hushpuppies, corn, various desserts, a bounce house for the kids, an air ambulance, and live music. Carter BloodCare will also be on hand to accept blood donations. Station tours will be conducted and apparatus can be viewed. For additional information, call 817-677-4227.

Boy Scouts sign up newcomers Young men looking to join Boy Scouts should contact or text Pat Washburn at 817-939-4823. Scouts will learn skills in leadership, team building, rock climbing, rappelling, camping, hiking, computer, and engineering among other objectives.

Church offers free hot meals Anyone can stop by The Church at Azle every Wednesday and get a free hot meal at 6 p.m. Pastor Mike Miles said about 150 weekly are eating at the church at 1801 South Stewart Street and all are welcome.

Caring Center seeks volunteers The Community Caring Center and food bank is in need of volunteers who want to make a difference in the lives of people in the community who find themselves in need. Contact the center, located at 317 Commerce Street in Azle, by calling 817-270-2962. The Community Caring Center is open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30 a.m.-12 noon; and Thursdays 4-7 p.m.

Silver Creek Elementary PE teacher Trey Shearer and Principal Heidi Nelson (not pictured) will be picked up in a limousine and driven to the Final Four basketball event at AT&T Stadium Saturday, April 5. Shearer will compete in a cooking contest against three other area PE teachers for a $100,000 PE grant. “I felt blessed to be able to share all that I have accomplished in my first year at Silver Creek, including expanding the PE program, growing the curriculum, creating a school website that is a community resource to share exciting PE news, healthy reci-

pes, videos spotlighting the students, video demonstrating healthy exercises, and much more,” Shearer said. “I felt confident that we would make it to the Final Four, and while it is all in God’s hands, I have high hopes of winning the big prize this weekend!”

OSU honors Azle’s Hererra Oklahoma State University has selected Azle High School senior Rebecca Herrera as a McKnight Leader Scholar. The future zoology major will receive a four-year waiver of out-of-state tuition fees, $10,000 in scholarships over the first two years, and opportunities to develop leadership skills through

exclusive courses and seminars. OSU alumni Ross and Billie McKnight of Throckmorton, Texas, established the McKnight Leader Scholars Program in 2010. It rewards rural students based on leadership and extracurricular activities such as community service, job experience, 4-H, FFA, and

high-school student government. Nominations for incoming freshmen must be submitted by a high school administrator, non-parent OSU alumnus, former McKnight Scholar, 4-H or FFA leader, or other community group leader for which the student has been involved and served in a leadership position.

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cer’s cruiser while evading arrest the following day. The deadly conduct occurred when Isbell fired at a motorist’s car in Lake Worth during the first pursuit. Isbell elected to have his punishment assessed by state district Judge Mike Thomas, who sentenced him to 45 years in prison on both cases of aggravated assault on a public servant. The judge also sentenced him to 20 years in prison on both the deadly conduct and evading arrest cases. The sentences will run concurrently.

Isbell, 54, must serve half of his 45-year sentence before he is eligible for parole. During the trial, Assistant District Attorneys Page Simpson and Brooke Panuthos presented evidence that about 7:30 a.m. on July 17, 2012, Isbell was a passenger in a gray Jeep Cherokee being driven by Jamie Haney, a female companion. When an Azle police officer attempted to stop their vehicle, Isbell called Haney his “Bonnie” – a reference to outlaws Bonnie and Clyde – and told her to flee. A high-speed chase ensued and, at one point, Isbell pulled a shotgun and pointed it at the

pursuing Azle officer, prompting the officer to swerve to get out of the line of fire. The pursuit, which reached speeds of 85 mph, entered Lake Worth, where Isbell waved and fired the shotgun out the Jeep window. At some point, he shot and struck a vehicle occupied by a motorist who was on her way to work. Police eventually lost sight of the Jeep in the morning rush-hour traffic and Isbell and Haney escaped. The next night, however, Haltom City police spotted the Jeep and again attempted to initiate a traffic stop. This time, Isbell was driving

and another high-speed pursuit ensued. This chase reached speeds of up to 115 mph, covered nearly 25 miles and lasted 18 minutes. During this pursuit, Isbell struck other motorists with the Jeep, ran red lights, drove the wrong way down a public street, and turned off his headlights. He also intentionally rammed a Haltom City Police Officer’s police cruiser in an effort to evade arrest. The pursuit ended when Isbell crashed into a mailbox in the 1700 block of Willow Wood, a residential area west of Azle in Parker County. Isbell and Haney fled on foot

but were captured and arrested a short time later. No one was seriously injured in either of the police chases. During the punishment phase of the trial, prosecutors presented evidence of Isbell’s criminal history, which included a 1981 conviction for aggravated robbery in which he received a 33-year prison sentence. In that case, Isbell participated in a violent home-invasion robbery in Houston that left two people dead and three others wounded. Isbell was on parole for that crime when he led police on the high-speed chases in Tarrant County.

Just a week after the two incidents, on July 27, 2012, Haney was convicted of a misdemeanor charge of evading arrest related to the Haltom City case and was sentenced to 30 days in jail. On the same day, she was also convicted of a felony charge of evading arrest or detention with a vehicle and sentenced to two years in the state penitentiary. Haney was paroled June 7, 2013; she was arrested and charged with the burglary of a building that occurred Aug. 10, 2013 in North Richland Hills and is currently in the Tarrant County jail in lieu of $20,000 bond awaiting trial.

Azle man sentenced to 5 Big things going up years in federal prison New gym, career tech center will change look of AHS Carjacking in Central Texas by carla noah stutsman An Azle man has been sentenced to serve five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to carjacking Joshua James Adams, 33, was sentenced Wednesday, March 26, in a Temple courtroom. U.S. District Judge Walter S. Smith, Jr., also ordered Adams to serve three years on supervised release, pay a $1,000 fine, and $100 in special assessment to the court. Adams pleaded guilty in January in the same courtroom to stealing a car in San Antonio, leading police on a high-speed chase, and trying to carjack another vehicle in Temple. Documents presented in January at a re-arraignment hearing show that on Aug. 3, 2013, Belton police were notified to

be on the lookout for a car that had been reported stolen in San Antonio and was reportedly headed toward Belton. Within a few minutes of setting up a watch point on Interstate 35, a Belton police officer spotted the car and pulled in behind it to initiate a traffic stop. The driver – now known to have been Adams by his own admission – fled from the patrol car and the officer began a pursuit. Shortly after the pursuit began, a Department of Public Safety trooper joined the chase northbound on Interstate 35. The trooper attempted to stop the vehicle, but Adams refused to pull over. Adams left I-35 at Midway Drive in Temple, and ended up

losing control and rolling the vehicle on the service road. He jumped from the car and began running on foot with the DPS trooper chasing behind. After a short distance, the fleeing man tried to jump into another car that was being driven by a woman who had her 6-year-old son in the car with her. The trooper was able to wrestle Adams to the ground before he could take the woman’s car. In the police officer’s report, he stated the woman told officers the man who tried to take her car had “a look of crazed desperation” on his face. Some information for this story was provided by KWTX. com.

Sorting Through the Evidence

azle police Detective David poe, officer David Vanderkaay, and officer Jordan lashbrook (l-r) inventory and photograph a small portion of the jewelry and other stolen items recovered from several locations as part of an ongoing investigation into a rash of burglaries in tarrant, parker, and Wise counties. several victims have been able to identify some of their stolen items, although it has mostly been costume jewelry. so far, little, if any valuable property has been recovered. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman

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by mark k. campbell Sloan Harris spoke to the Azle Rotary Club about the arrival of the competition gym and the Career and Technology Education (CATE) Center. The architect noted the project began five years ago when a committee pinpointed specific needs for the district. A new gym and the CATE Center were at the top of this list. Harris, of VLK Architects, said both construction projects will be treated as one. “It’ll bring a new look for the campus,” he. The construction will not interrupt whatever activities are ongoing in the current buildings, Harris noted. A big gym The new competition gym will be a showpiece, a horseshoe-shaped building that can easily house the entire AHS student body – something that cannot be done right now. The expansive gym is 36,147 square feet and can seat 2,113 people – even more if the floor of the court is utilized. That hardwood gym court is recessed in the horseshoe. The mid-court emblem has not been decided on, but it will likely be a Hornet. Some seats on the home side will have backs. The construction will also include locker rooms for basketball and volleyball squads as well as offices for those coaches. Entry will be from the north where a lobby is installed. Outside, the plan is for large, hanging, interchangeable banners to be draped, highlighting sports, special projects, or individuals. Harris said the building will be impressive enough to attract volleyball and basketball postseason events. The projected date for the gym opening is the fall of 2016.

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locker rooms and classrooms as well as ample room for specific subjects to be instructed. A large overhead door will allow for easier deliveries. The adjoining service yard will be secure and protected from sight from the roadway. No longer will students have to endure cramped quarters; today, even with such restricted work areas, AHS is renowned for being an award-winning tech school in areas like automotive technology, health science, and agriculture, food, and natural resources.

Construction concerns The construction plan for the two buildings has been affected somewhat by recent manpower issues in Texas, Harris said. He noted that the oil and gas industry has been “stealing” construction labor out toward the fields in Midland. But Harris added that he expects the AISD project to remain on pace and on budget with few problems. A video of the two projects is available on the AISD YouTube channel at http://youtu. be/WMVtr-pPXig.

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U.S. Army Private First Class Robert Langston is welcomed home for three weeks’ leave by members of his family at a party honoring him Saturday, March 29, at The Deer Cove. Pictured are (l-r): paternal grandfather Don Langston, mother Sara Langston, father Mark Langston, PFC Langston and his wife, Amanda, and maternal grandfather Gil Boatman. PFC Langston’s younger brother, Brad, is serving as an aviation ordinanceman in the U.S. Navy stationed at Virginia Beach and was unable to attend. Both grandfathers served in the Navy, as well.

About 150 friends, family and well-wishers showed up Saturday, March 29, at The Deer Cove to Welcome Home a Hero – in this case, U.S. Army PFC Robert Langston, who is based at Fort Knox, Kentucky and currently deployed to Nangahar Province, Afghanistan. Langston is near the front center in a light-colored shirt. Azle native David Vaughan organizes local bikers and veterans to welcome home any hero returning from service in the military. Call him at 817-713-4931 if you know someone returning from military service. Photos by Carla Noah Stutsman

Azle 6th grader to speak at Petroleum Club luncheon Theron Bowman will soon address a crowd at the prestigious Petroleum Club in Fort Worth. He’s a sixth grader. Communities in Schools of

Greater Tarrant County (CISGTC) will hold its 8th Annual Celebration Luncheon from 12 noon-1:30 p.m. April 10. And, among the keynote

speakers at the luncheon will “I used to ‘go off’ on people. be Bowman – the youngest I would get mad and hit them. speaker in the history of the or- It was hard for people to be ganization – who will share his friends with me,” said Theron. CIS story. The young man has always

felt “different.” “Our house used to have moths He has Shwachman-Dia- and roaches, so we had to move mond Syndrome, a disorder out with nowhere else to go. that affects his skeletal and di- Miss Tollison with Communities gestive systems. PLEASE SEE 8th, PAGE 5A.

Parker County arrests The following individuals who list addresses in the Azle and/or Springtown areas were arrested by various law enforcement agencies and booked into the Parker County Jail during the week of March 23-29. Weatherford police arrested a 23-year-old Azle man on March 24 and charged him with driving with an invalid license with previous convictions and no insurance. He posted $750 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on March 25. A 32-year-old Azle woman was arrested on March 24 by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies for a commitment order on a previous charge of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance – penalty group 1, one to four grams. As of April first she was held in the Parker County Jail without bond. Springtown police arrested a 28-year-old Azle woman on March 25 and charged her with driving with an invalid license with previous convictions and no insurance. She posted $750 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on March 26. Hudson Oaks police ar-

rested a 29-year-old Azle man on March 25 and charged him with public intoxication. He paid a $260 fine and was released from the Parker County Jail later that day. Charles Ernest Matthews, 29, of Azle was arrested on March 26 by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies for a warrant for indecency with a child – sexual contact. As of March 31 he was held in the Parker County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bond. Parker County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 34-year-old Springtown man on March 26 for bond forfeiture on a previous charge of driving with an invalid license. He posted $1,500 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on March 27. A 33-year-old Springtown man was arrested on March 26 by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies and charged with driving with an invalid license with previous convictions and no insurance. He posted $750 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on March 27. Parker County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 23-year-old Springtown man on March 26 and for a warrant for criminal

mischief, $500-$1,500. He posted $2,500 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on March 28. Springtown police arrested a 24-year-old Springtown man on March 27 and charged him with driving with an invalid license with previous convictions and no insurance. He posted $750 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on March 28. A 36-year-old Springtown woman was arrested on March 27 by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies for warrants for driving with an invalid license and allowing a child under 17 to ride unsecured by a safety belt. She posted $701 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail two hour later. Texas Department of Public safety (DPS) troopers arrested a 29-year-old Azle man on March 27 and charged him with possession of a controlled substance – penalty group 3, less than 28 grams and unlawful carrying of a weapon. As of March 31 he was held in the Parker County Jail in lieu of

$3,000 bond. A 20-year-old Springtown man was arrested on March 27 by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies for a Wise County warrant for theft of property, $1,500-$20,000. He was released to Wise County authorities on March 28. A 26-year-old Azle woman was arrested on March 27 by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies for two active Reno warrants for failure to appear in court and running a stop sign. She posted $604 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail the same day. Parker County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 33-year-old Azle man on March 27 on multiple Reno warrants for traffic violations and failure to appear in court. As of March 31 he was held in the Parker County Jail in lieu of $1,510 bond. Weatherford police arrested a 37-year-old Springtown woman on March 27 and charged her with evading arrest or detention. She posted $1,500 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on

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sion of a controlled substance – penalty group 1, less than one gram. As of March 31 he was held in the Parker County Jail without bond. Parker County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 34-yearold Azle man was arrested on March 28 for a commitment order for a previous charge of DWI. As of March 31 he was held in the Parker County Jail without bond. Joel Warren Wallace III was arrested on March 28 by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies for a warrant for DWI. He posted $1,000 bond and was released from the Parker County Jail on March 29. Phillip David Warren was arrested by Parker County Sheriff’s deputies on March 28 for a Tarrant County warrant for DWI. As of March 31 he was held in the Parker County Jail without bond.

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

8th Annual Celebration Luncheon hosts youngest speaker ever the first to be laid off, and often likely to be involved in crimi• They’re more likely to • As parents, they are less likely to the last to be rehired. nal activity and more likely to rely on public assistance, and expect their own children to graduships are also available. • Statistically, they’re more be incarcerated. they’re more often uninsured. According to a press release ate, thus perpetuating the cycle. from CIS-CTG, in Tarrant County in 2013, 24,758 students in 39 schools were served by CIS-GTC, with 3.440 students receiving intensive case Angela Law and management. Tim Rostamo, both Last year, of those intensive of Saginaw, will excase management students: change wedding • 70 percent improved their vows Saturday, April grades 12 at The Orchard in • 82 percent improved their Azle. The bride-elect attendance grew up in Alvarado, • 92 percent improved their where she graduated behavior from high school in • 91 percent were promoted 2001. Her parents to the next grade are Carolyn Rojas • 97 percent of high school and Kyle Law. The seniors graduated & of those, prospective groom 75% moved to post-secondary graduated from Azle education High School in 1999 • 98 percent stay in school and from North TexAlmost 9,000 students per as University in 2006. year leave school without a high He is the son of Dale school diploma in Tarrant County. and Tammy Rostamo Just fewer than seven in ten of Azle. students entering the ninth grade graduate. Fighting the school-dropout rate continues to be one of Tarrant County’s top priorities – and one of its most challenging problems. • Young people without diplomas are the last to be hired,

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Paul and Marion Shutter of Azle announce the birth of their granddaughter, Raleigh Owen Clark Shutter to parents Benjamin and Heather Shutter of Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Raleigh was born at 4:29 p.m. Friday, March 14, at Bassett Army Community Hospital weighing 8 pounds, 11 ounces and measuring 20 inches. She has a 3-year-old big sister, Noah, and a 1-year-old big brother, Adlai. Maternal grandparents are William and Amy Thompson of El Paso. Great-grandparents are Jerry and Nancy Shutter of Azle and Ruth Hoffman of Giebelstadt, Germany.

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Obituaries

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Earlene Doyle

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Earlene Doyle, 86, loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Graveside services were held Saturday, March 29 at Ash Creek Cemetery under the direction of White’s Azle Funeral Home. Earlene was born Oct. 23, 1927 in Rising Star to William Poe and Mary Violet Watson. She attended Decatur Business College. Earlene married the love of her life, J. W. Doyle in 1950 in Wichita Falls. She was a member of Ash Creek Baptist

ington D.C. as a teenager. After high school she worked as a clerk at the Pentagon. Preceded in death by her parents; brother, Richard Bates and beloved husband, C.F. Lloyd Barnes. Survivors include; sister, Joyce Magnum of Greenbelt, Maryland; daughters, Lynne (Tom) Yarbrough and Nancy Flury; grandchildren, Eddie Yarbrough and Sue (Todd) Anderson; great-grandchildren, Charlie, Alex, Taylor and The Azle News, Doris W. Barnes, 91, of An- Spencer. Memorials to the famApril 2, 2014 Edition dover, Minnesota formerly of ily preferred. Strike Funeral Riverdale, Maryland and Azle, Home 763-444-5212. Texas has passed away. Doris was born in Elmira, The Azle News, New York and moved to WashApril 2, 2014 Edition

Church for many years. Earlene will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; and three brothers. Survivors include; husband, J. W. Doyle of Azle; children, Roger Doyle and wife, Rosemary of Weatherford, Rhonda Thomas of Azle, Randal Doyle of Azle and Raymond Doyle and wife, Krista of Azle; eight grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.

Lonnie Roy Corley 1944 - 2014

Lonnie Roy Corley went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Saturday, March 29, 2014. Services were held Tuesday, April 1 at the Springtown Baptist Temple under the direction of White’s Funeral Home. Interment was in Jay Bird Cemetery. Lonnie was born April 22, 1944 in Fort Worth, Texas. He grew up in Azle and he attended Azle High School, where he became an outstanding football player. Lonnie’s fi rst love was football and he admired his varsity football coach, Coach Don Hood, who he remained friends with for all these years. He worked at Tri-County Electric for several years and then he retired from Parker County Precinct 1. Lonnie loved to play golf, he loved his family and he

loved his Savior Jesus Christ. He attended Springtown Baptist Temple, where he developed many friendships. Lonnie loved to fi sh, but he would always go back to football. If the TV was on that meant a game was on. He told his wife that there were three men in his life that left a lasting impression on him- his dad, Delbert Corley, his football coach, Don Hood and his father-in-law, Zack Leatherwood. Lonnie was preceded in death by his parents, Delbert and Lois Corley; mother, Marjorie Woodward; and sister, Billie Wright. Survivors include; wife of 47 years, Nowanah; sons, Theron Corley and wife, Karen of Fort Worth and Richard Corley of Springtown; daughters, Charlotte Sisk and husband, Junior of Weatherford, Carla Sisk of Springtown; brothers, Tommy Woodward and wife, Greta of Alvarado, Gary Woodward and wife, Lori of Lake Worth and Stevie Woodward of Conroe; sisters, Sandy Young and husband, Danny of Sherman, Sammie Scott and husband, Scotty of Lake Worth; nine grandchildren; fi ve great-grandchildren; many cousins, nieces, nephews and his church family.

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Dennis Laban Lankford, 53, a delivery driver went to be with our Lord, Saturday, March 29, 2014 in Fort Worth. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at Christian-Hawkins Funeral Home Chapel in Boyd

Texas. Family will receive friends 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Rev. Mark Autry will officiate. Dennis was born on February 1, 1961 to Claude and Anna (Ramey) Lankford in Phoenix, Arizona. He was a delivery driver for Solaris Hospice. Suriovrs include; his daughters, Leanna Lankford of Casa Grade, Arizona and Tori Ray Monday of Whitt; his mother, Anna Lankford of Azle; his brothers, Claude Lankford and wife Shelly of Arizona, Rick Lankford of Granbury, Fred Lankford and wife Karen of Illinois, Art Lankford and wife Leann of Weatherford; his sisters, Cindy Lankford of Granbury and Ruth Ann Flow of Weatherford; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of friends.

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 200 Church St., Azle • 817-444-3323 Morn. Worship ........ 8:30 & 11:00 am Sunday School .......................9:45 am Youth (UMYF) .........5:00 p.m. Sunday & 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Pastor: Dr. Scott Youngblood

CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH 2233 Hwy 199 E. • Springtown 817-221-LIFE (5433) Sunday School ...................... 9:00 am Sunday Worship Service .....10:00 am Sunday Evening Worship ......6:00 pm Wednesday ...........................7:00 pm

HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH 800 Highcrest Dr. - Azle - 817-444-3063 Sunday Mass.........................8:30 am Wednesday Mass .................. 6:30 pm

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GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH

1313 S.E. Pkwy, Azle 817-237-4822 Missouri Synod Worship Service ...... 8:15 &11:00 am Sunday School .......................9:45 am “Christians growing in Jesus, sharing His love with all”

ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH

2920 Azle Ave. • 817-624-2184 Daily Mass - Mon., Wed.,Fri........8 am Reconciliation .... Sat. 3:30 or by appt. Weekend Masses .......... Sat. 4:00 pm SUNDAY ......... 8:00, 10:00, 12:00 am & 1:30 pm (Spanish)

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EAGLE MOUNTAIN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

7955 Reed Road, Azle Directions: FM 730 N., 5 miles to Reed Rd. - turn & go 1/2 mile - church on right Pastor, Nancy Nold Ch. 817-444-0226 Morning Worship .................11:00 am Sunday School .....................10:00 am “Open hearts, open minds, open doors”

COMMUNITY BIBLE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 1405 Reynolds Rd., Azle • 817-444-7117 Directions: 730 N. to 1542 .5 mi. right on Cardinal, left on Reynolds Pastor - Rev. Fred Weaver 817-444-3181 Rev. Faye Mote 817-220-5734 Sunday School .......................9:45 am Morning Worship .................11:00 am Sunday Evening .....................6:00 pm Wednesday Evening ...............7:00 pm Sunday Night Youth ..............6:00 pm

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(Disciples of Christ) 117 Church St. • 817-444-3527 Senior Minister, Rev. Dr. Alan Lobaugh Youth Minister, Will Ryan Sunday School .....................10:00 am Morning Worship .................11:00 am

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AHS math team qualifies 7 to UIL regional event The Azle High School math and science team competed in the annual UIL District Academic meet Saturday, March 29 and qualified seven individuals to the next round of academic competition at Abilene. The AHS calculator team qualified, as well. The calculator applications team swept the top spots in its contest. Junior Chris Caney took first Pictured at the UIL District Academic Meet Saturday, March 29 are AHS math and science team members: (front, l-r): Chris Caney, Tabithah Moreno, Kylie Lucas, Bob bi Chrysler, Bernie Duhan, Wesley Wise and Joseph Ehlmann; and (back, l-r): Jay Townsley, Kerry Comeans, Colten Clearwater, Nathan Redmon and T. J. Savage.

place, senior Kylie Lucas finished second, senior Tabithah Moreno placed third, and junior Jay Townsley took fourth place in the contest. The number sense team finished second in its competition with juniors Bernie Duhan and Colten Clearwater nabbing second and third for berths in the next level of competition. T. J. Savage, a senior, finished third in the science con-

test and therefore qualified to compete at the UIL regional academic tourney during the first week of May. Two additional Azle number sense team members could still qualify as wild cards depending upon final scoring in the region. The team, under the direction of longtime math teacher Andy Zapata, will continue to work with the biggest competitions of the season looming.

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The Azle Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors hosted a ribbon cutting March 18 2014 at Longhorn CrossFit at 632 Profit Street in Azle. Owner Freddie Milligan says CrossFit is the principal strength and conditioning program for many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special operations units, champiDiane Chambers was recently honored by the town of Lakeside for 25 years of on martial artists, and hundreds of other elite and professional athletes worldwide. service to the town and its residents. Pictured are (l-r): Town Administrator Randy CrossFit workout regiments are practiced by children and adults of all ages. For Whiteman, Mayor Pat Jacob, Chambers, and Bill Mohr, former town council member more information about Longhorn CrossFit, contact: Freddie Milligan at 818-804and administrator. Photo by Kim Ware 8353 or visit his website at www.longhorn-crossfit.com.

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Azle Police Blotter Officers with the Azle Police Department arrested the following individuals during the week of March 23-30: Micki Anthonette Lumpkins, 40, of Azle, was arrested March 23 in the 500 block of Boyd Road and charged with driving while intoxi-

cated, a B misdemeanor. She posted $3,000 bond and was released from the Azle jail. • A 41-year-old Azle woman was arrested March 23 in the 700 block of Boyd Road and charged with theft less than $50. She received a citation and was released from

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man was arrested March 28 in the 13100 block of FM 730 North and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. He was issued a citation and released from the Azle jail. • A 17-year-old Azle woman was arrested March 28 in

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FIRE CALLS ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– March 23 10:15 a.m................. Assist ambulance............................................................ City 5:21 p.m................. Illegal burn ...................................................................... City 7:24 p.m................. Mutual aid fire alarm ...................................... Parker County 9:17 p.m................. Assist ambulance............................................................ City 9:48 p.m................. First responder................................................... Pelican Bay March 24 10:37 a.m................. Assist ambulance...........................................Tarrant County 11:08 a.m................. Assist ambulance............................................................ City 11:48 a.m................. Assist ambulance............................................................ City 3:48 p.m................. Fire alarm........................................................................ City 7:34 p.m................. Assist ambulance............................................................ City 8:33 p.m................. Assist ambulance...........................................Tarrant County March 25 7:54 a.m................. Assist ambulance............................................................ City 10:34 a.m................. First responder................................................................ City 1:15 p.m................. Assist ambulance...........................................Tarrant County 4:05 p.m................. Assist ambulance...........................................Tarrant County 11:06 p.m................. Major accident ................................................................ City March 26 8:56 a.m................. Residential alarm ...........................................Tarrant County March 27 3:06 a.m................. Lift assistance ................................................................. City 2:08 p.m................. First responder................................................................ City 9:31 p.m................. Assist ambulance...........................................Tarrant County

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the Azle jail. • A 25-year-old Paradise man was arrested March 26 in the 700 block of Boyd Road and charged with theft less than $50. He received a citation and was released from the Azle jail. • A 23-year-old Pelican Bay

1:15 a.m................. Vehicle accident.......................................... Springtown area 3:31 a.m................. Structure fire .................................................... LaJunta area 5:22 a.m................. EMS ......................................................... City of Springtown 6:57 p.m................. Structure fire .................................................... LaJunta area 7:51 p.m................. Fire/smoke investigation ............................. Springtown area 10:41 p.m................. EMS ............................................................ Springtown area March 23 12:54 p.m................. Grass fire .................................................... Springtown area 7:22 p.m................. Fire/smoke alarm ........................................ Springtown area March 24 12:56 a.m................. EMS ............................................................ Springtown area 7:52 a.m................. Gas/propane leak investigation .................. Springtown area 4:06 p.m................. EMS ............................................................ Springtown area 4:28 p.m................. EMS ............................................................ Springtown area 5:13 p.m................. EMS ......................................................... City of Springtown

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8:29 p.m................. Assist ambulance............................................................ City 11:58 p.m................. Assist ambulance...........................................Tarrant County 3:45 p.m................. Major accident ................................................................ City 5:38 p.m................. First responder................................................................ City

the 700 block of Boyd Road and charged with theft less than $50. She was given a citation and released from the Azle jail. • A 28-year-old White Set tlement man was arrested March 30 in the 1100 block of Boyd Road and charged

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2:22 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 10:15 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 11:39 a.m................. Injured person ................................................................. City 2:08 p.m................. General medicine............................................................ City 9:17 p.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 11:17 p.m................. Helicopter landing zone .................................................. City March 24 1:06 a.m................. Medical emergency............................................ Pelican Bay 8:54 a.m................. Injured person ................................................Tarrant County 10:37 a.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County 11:08 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 11:48 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 3:48 p.m................. Assist fire ........................................................................ City 5:11 p.m................. Injured person ................................................Tarrant County 7:34 p.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 8:33 p.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County

5:52 a.m................. Vehicle accident.......................................... Springtown area 9:44 a.m................. EMS ............................................................ Springtown area 2:47 p.m................. EMS ............................................................ Springtown area 7:00 p.m................. Structure fire .................................................... LaJunta area March 26 9:31 a.m................. Illegal burn .................................................. Springtown area 1:02 p.m................. EMS ......................................................... City of Springtown Marcy 27 4:44 p.m................. EMS ......................................................... City of Springtown 11:08 p.m................. Gas/propane leak investigation .................. Springtown area March 28 9:26 a.m................. EMS ......................................................... City of Springtown 12:26 p.m................. Gas/propane leak investigation .......................Poolville area 2:09 p.m................. Vehicle unlock.......................................... City of Springtown 2:19 p.m................. Illegal burn .................................................. Springtown area 6:04 p.m................. Gas/propane leak investigation ............... City of Springtown

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with possession of drug paraphernalia. He was issued a citation and released from the Azle jail. Azle police arrested two individuals for outstanding warrants and investigated seven traffic accidents during the period, as well.

0:15 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 7:54 p.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 10:21 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 10:34 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 1:15 p.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County 4:05 p.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County 11:06 p.m................. Major accident ................................................................ City 11:37 a.m................. Injured person ................................................Tarrant County 12:52 p.m................. General medicine............................................................ City 2:39 p.m................. Lift assist ........................................................Tarrant County 3:41 p.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 5:20 p.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County 10:55 p.m................. General medicine............................................... Pelican Bay 9:56 a.m................. General medicine............................................................ City 1:44 p.m................. General medicine............................................................ City 3:25 p.m................. General medicine...........................................Tarrant County 5:25 p.m................. Medical emergency............................................ Pelican Bay 9:31 p.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County 8:29 a.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 11:58 p.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County 2:17 p.m................. Medical emergency........................................Tarrant County 3:45 p.m................. Major accident ................................................................ City 4:55 p.m................. Medical emergency............................................ Pelican Bay 5:38 p.m................. Medical emergency......................................................... City 5:12 p.m................. General medicine............................................................ City 6:20 p.m................. Injured person ................................................................. City 10:23 p.m................. Injured person ................................................................. City

5:58 p.m................. Illegal burn ....................................................... LaJunta area 6:45 p.m................. EMS ................................................................. LaJunta area 7:22 p.m................. Structure fire ............................................... Springtown area 2:20 a.m................. EMS ................................................................. LaJunta area 10:49 a.m................. EMS ................................................................. LaJunta area 2:37 p.m................. EMS ................................................................. LaJunta area 8:36 p.m................. Illegal burn ....................................................... LaJunta area 11:57 a.m................. Vehicle accident............................................... LaJunta area 7:00 p.m................. Structure fire .................................................... LaJunta area 10:09 a.m................. EMS ................................................................. LaJunta area 2:20 p.m................. EMS ................................................................. LaJunta area 10:05 p.m................. Illegal burn ....................................................... LaJunta area 8:27 p.m................. EMS ................................................................. LaJunta area

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March 24 2:54 p.m................. Grass fire ...................................................Silver Creek area March 25 12:17 p.m................. Structure fire ..............................................Silver Creek area 8:26 p.m................. Illegal burn ....................................................... LaJunta area March 27 9:08 a.m................. EMS ...........................................................Silver Creek area 3:23 p.m................. EMS ...........................................................Silver Creek area March 28 2:35 a.m................. EMS ...........................................................Silver Creek area

3:31 a.m................. Structure fire .........................................................Reno area 11:37 a.m................. Illegal burn ....................................................... LaJunta area 6:59 p.m................. Structure fire .................................................... LaJunta area 11:3;3 p.m................. Vehicle accident............................................... LaJunta area March 23 4:13 p.m................. Cat in tree ........................................................ LaJunta area 4:55 p.m................. Illegal burn ....................................................... LaJunta area

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AHS boys get 1st ever soccer playoff win

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Season ends in Area round By MArk k. CAMpBeLL It was windy and chilly at Saginaw Chisholm Trail High School’s pitch on March 25. But Azle history was made and everybody got warm and fuzzy feelings after the Hornets became the first AHS boys soccer team to win a postseason match. Azle defeated Birdville 2-1 in overtime and the 2014 Hornets entered the record book. The match-winner came quickly in the first overtime. Coach Ben Buentello recalled, “It came in the first minute on a heads up play by Javier Mejia and Dylan Tritton. After we were awarded a corner kick, the Birdville defense was setting up in front of the goal. Javier noticed they were not watching and quickly made a short pass off the corner to Dylan.” Tritton, already dribbling toward the goal, fired a ground pass to Josa Gomez who booted

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the ball in. There was still 19 minutes of defense to play. And Azle blanked the Hawks the rest of the way. Tritton had opened the scoring in regulation. Birdville got a goal with about 10 minutes remaining in regulation. “The boys showed a lot of determination,” Buentello, adding that keeper Austin McCash “came up big to keep us in it” when Hawks peppered him with several shots. “Our guys never got down on themselves. Their poise and resolve were a huge part of how we not only were able to take the lead back, but also maintain it throughout the extra minutes,” the coach said. Azle fell in the Area round at Mineral Wells against Wichita Falls Rider, 2-0. Buentello praised AHS’ defense for shutting down the Hornet Alex Quevedo (right) battles a Birdville Hawk during Azle’s historic bi-district WFISD’s all-time top scorer. overtime win at Saginaw Chisholm Trail HS March 25. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

Stellar pole vaulter Sarah Hall missed the annual Hornet Relays to compete in Austin at the prestigious Texas Relays where she cleared 11 feet, 7.75 inches and finished ninth. Here in Azle, several AHS athletes enjoyed a sunny if windy March 28, the first Hornet Relays conducted on the new track surface. The boys varsity finished third with Isaac Marquez once more shining in the 400; he won again, this time in 51.9 seconds. Joseph Ehlmann took the 800 run in 2:07.33. The talented 4x400 team was runner-up at 3:28.34. The girls varsity was missing not only Hall but multi-event participants Natalie and Brooke Smith, too, coach Melody Dennis said. She lauded the efforts of hurdler Maddy Brechbuhl and jumpers Paiton Cobb and Emelia Miller.

Softball ladies 8-0 in district Two more district games and two more 5-4A victories for the red-hot Lady Hornet softball squad. Azle (22-4, 8-0) not only is bowling over 5-4A rivals, but AHS is garnering some attention statewide. On Tuesday, April 1, the Lady Hornets leapt up to No. 11 in the Texas Girls Coaches Association poll. That respect comes from Azle dominating district rivals. On March 25, a trip to Denton was no problem as AHS clubbed the hosts, 16-2. The Lady Hornets pounded out 12 hits while the errorprone Lady Broncos misplayed 11 balls. Azle scored in every inning in the run-rule romp: 4, 4, 2, 5, and 1. Two athletes turned in threehit games – Valarie Matlock and Samantha Bradley. Matlock went 3-for-4 with a double, 4 runs scored and 2 RBI. Bradley almost matched that line, the only difference being she scored 2 runs. Winning pitcher Makenzi Harris also tripled. Lady Hornet Valarie Matlock (00) is zeroed in on Nelson’s pitcher during Azle’s 14-2 blowout March 28 victory Both Denton runs were unover the Lady Bobcats at Jim Bob Nation’s Field of Dreams on the AHS campus. Photo by Mark K. Campbell earned.

Azle tumbles late as 1st round of 5-4A ends The Hornet baseball team missed winning a couple of essential district games, coach Anthony Barron said. Azle (7-13-1, 2-5) lost to Byron Nelson and Lake Dallas to end the first round of 5-4A play. Barron said, “Both games were tough.” He said Zach Tucker threw well enough to win against Nelson at home. But: “Some mistakes made it hard for us to come back,” Barron recalled. The game was scoreless for three innings before Nelson scored twice in the fourth. Azle got a run back then, later, two more tallies to cut the visitor’s lead to 5-3. An AHS run in the final inning left the Hornets one run shy in a 5-4 loss.

Trey Ramos and Josh Hilton both collected 2 hits and Tommy Kay plated 2 teammates. Falling 9-2 to Lake Dallas on the road was a bummer, too. Barron said hurler Kay also pitched well enough for the victory, but the Hornets struggled to score. The Falcons got 9 runs on just 4 hits as Azle committed 6 errors. Azle also managed only 4 hits with Dalton Cole and Ramos getting 2 of them. Trevor Boiles and Ramos picked up AHS’ RBI. Barron said, “The crazy thing about our district is that we are only a couple of games back from fourth place. We still have a shot a making the playoffs, but we are going to have to have a good second half.”

Byron Nelson came to Jim Bob Nation’s Field of Dreams diamond Friday, March 28 and quickly received a rude welcome: AHS won 14-2 in five innings, scoring 8 first inning runs. Nicole Aniasco walloped a grand slam over the left field wall to give Azle an early lead. That was followed by a homer from Sarah Brown, another by Aniasco, and a four-bag blast by Harris. Aniasco went 2-for-2 with 6 RBI and Harris’ line was 1-for2 with 4 RBI. Matlock doubled for good measure as she collected 2 hits and 2 RBI; Raelyn Temple batted safely twice, too. Brown scored 3 times. Harris went the distance in another shortened game. Coach Tracy Tadlock is seeing a great spirit from his charges. “These girls love to play softball,” he said. “I knew they were talented, but I did not understand how much they love the game.” The Lady Hornets remain the only undefeated team in 5-4A. Next up: at Denton Guyer (Apr. 4) and Wichita Falls (Apr. 8).

‘Historic’ girls soccer season ends Denton Guyer, defending state champions, again ended the Lady Hornet soccer season, 4-0. But it was a year to remember, coach Trent Davis noted. “We knew we were up against a good team,” Davis said of Azle’s bi-district foe. Two Guyer players have committed to play for Texas A&M and Auburn. “Our girls were not intimidated, and they shouldn’t have been after the season we’ve had,” the coach said. Davis called the year “historic” and full of “firsts.” In its fifth year, the host team finally won the Azle Invitational tournament. The next week at a Brewer tourney, AHS took down 5As LD Bell and Richland, another first for the Lady Hornets. A biggie came when Azle finally defeated rival Aledo, 2-1, Azle shortstop Trent Walcott scoops up a ball at the Hornet diamond. Photo by Mark K. Campbell to open district play. It was also

the first 12-4A game in the new stadium. Another 2014 highlight came when, for the first time in six years – the span of Davis’ coaching the Lady Hornets – AHS beat Boswell, 1-0. “We’ve tied them but never beaten them until this year,” Davis said. At the 12-4A turn, another first occurred: Azle was undefeated at 6-0-1. That shining mark meant, for the first time ever, a Lady Hornet team was ranked in the top 10 in the region; AHS was slotted No. 2. Davis said, “I think this was one of the best teams – if not the best – Azle girls soccer has ever had. This year, we had an extremely tough pre-district and we still won 15 games. “I am proud of this team, especially the seniors. They have raised the bar for those that will play after them and that is what sports competition is all about.”


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Track resulTs Azle High School Hornet Relays Azle HS March 28, 2014

VARSITY GIRLS Discus – 6. Madison Parkison, 87-0.25. High jump – 6. (T) Emily Kolar, 4-8. Long jump – 3. Paiton Cobb, 150.75; 5. Emelia Miller, 14-11.5. Triple jump – 6. Paiton Cobb, 3010.25. 4x100 – 4. Emily Kolar, Karly Thomas, Emelia Miller, Paiton Cobb, 51.17. 100 hurdles – 2. Katie Phillips, 17.35; 6. Maddy Brechbuhl, 18.46. 100 – 6. Emelia Miller, 13.56. 4x200 – 3. Emily Kolar, Karly Thomas, Emelia Miller, Paiton Cobb ,1:49.76. 300 hurdles – 3. Katie Phillips, 52.37. 4x400 – 4. Emily Kolar, Karly Thomas, Sarah Perna, Crystal McConnell, 4:26.41. TEAM (7): 1. LD Bell, 200; 2. Boswell, 158; 3. Denton, 92.8; 4. Azle, 60.5; 5. Colleyville, 55; 6. Denton Ryan, 21; 7. Krum, 21. JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS Pole vault – 1. Taylor Denning, 8-0; 4. Heidi Phillips, 7-0. Discus – 3. Zoe Estabrook, 8310; 4. Kristen Kluge, 83-1; 5. Ivie Meason, 80-0.5. Long jump – 3. Julianne Boiles, 13-7.5 Triple jump – 4. Emily Milstead, 29-9.5; 6. Julianne Boiles, 27-45. 3200 – 5. Hadassah Marquart, 14:05. 4x100 – 3. Kaylie Peters, Brianna Cannon, Meghan Bagwell, Emily Milstead, 53.24. 800 – 5. Abby Kortokrax, 2:45. 100 hurdles – 1. Brianna Cannon, 17.18; 4. Heidi Phillips, 18.31. 4x200 – 1. Kaylie Peters, Meghan Bagwell, Emily Milstead, Toni Barrow, 1:53.81. 400 – 3. Elizabeth Verrett, 1:07.8. 300 hurdles – 1. Brianna Cannon, 51.75; 6. Heidi Phillips, 55.9. 4x400 – 3. Kaylie Peters, Eliza beth Verrett, Abigail Kortokrax, Kaylie Byrd, 4:38.4 TEAM (7): 1. LD Bell, 222; 2. Azle, 129; 3. Colleyville, 99.5; 4. Denton, 60; 5. Denton Ryan, 43; 6. Krum, 30.5; 7. Boswell, 19. VARSITY BOYS Pole vault – 2. Cooper Rush, 120. Discus – 3. Sam Amyette, 133-8; 6. Tyler Shemberger, 129-1. 4x100 – 4. Joseph Ehlmann, Jose Soto, Riley McCracken, Deme trius Hucherson, 44.83. 400 – 1. Isaac Marquez, 51.9; 6. Colten Bagwell, 55.08. 4x200 – 4. Chandler Crane, Jose Soto, Demetrius Hucherson, Riley McCracken, 1:37.37. 110 hurdles – 5. Conrad Rein hard, 17.2. 300 hurdles – 5. Conrad Rein hard, 43.88; 6. Devon Venable, 43.89. 200 – 3. Isaac Marquez, 23.14; 6. Luke Leopold, 23.87. 400 – 1. Isaac Marquez, 50.6; 4. Colten Bagwell, 52.84. 800 – 1. Joseph Ehlmann, 2:07.33; 4. Jacob Self, 2:07.33; 5. Leatherwood, 2:08.52. 100 – 4. Riley McCracken, 11.5. 4x400 – 2. Joseph Ehlmann, Luke Leopold, Colten Bagwell, Isaac Marquez, 3:28.34. TEAM (7): 1. LD Bell, 157.5; 2. Denton, 112; 3. Azle, 107; 4. Boswell, 104; 5. Denton Ryan, 89.5; 6. Colleyville, 32; 7. Krum, 10. JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS Pole vault – 1. Justin Mills, 10-6; 6. Jordan Gill, 9-6. Discus – 6. Landon Todd, 106-0.

Long jump – 5. Ricky Aregullin, 18-1.25.. Triple jump – 4. Ricky Aregullin, 37-11.75; 6. (T) Aric Brazell, 3711.5. 4x100 – 5. Isaiah Mata, Clay ton Wilkinson, Cody Shelton, TJ Buenrostro, 48.24. 100 – 5. TJ Buenrostro, 11.92. 110 hurdles – 4. Spencer Wat zlavick, 17.9. 800 – 1. Levi Guardiola, 2:10.24; 6. Stewart, 2:12.71. 4x200 – 4. Isaiah Mata, Clay ton Wilkinson. Jude Russell, T.J. Buenrostro, 1:36.96. 400 – 1. Tyler Barnard, 53.4; 5. Ricky Aregullin, 56.4. 300 hurdles – 6. Spencer Wat zlavick, 45.5. 200 – 5. Jude Russell, 25.09. 1600 – 2. Tyler Stewart, 5:13.95; 5. Levi Guardiola, 5:19.78. 4x400 – 4. Jamie Stevens, Ricky Aregullin, Jude Russell, Tyler Barnard, 3:45.32. TEAM (7): 1. LD Bell, 149; 2. Denton Ryan, 128; 3. Denton, 109; 4. Colleyville, 90; 5. Azle, 82; 6. Krum, 34; 7. Boswell, 26.

Azle Junior High Hornet Relays Azle HS March 27, 2014

8TH GIRLS Pole vault – 1. Logan Graham, 8-6; 3. Taylor Forsythe, 7-0; 6. Michaela Norton, 6-6. Shot put – 3. Macey Hicks, 30-8; 5. Katelyn Brothers, 27-1.5. Discus – 5. Maria Parkison, 667.5. High jump – 1. Tristen Rush, 4-6; 2. Katelyn Brothers, 4-6; 4. Brooke Phillips, 4-2. Long jump – 1. Logan Graham, 14-10; 4. Miranda Longbrake, 1311. Triple jump – 3. Brooke Phillips, 30-0.5; 3. Miranda Longbrake, 2911.5; 6. Payton Geary, 28-11. 2400 – 2. Madison Rust, 9:54.1; 3. Katie Vaccarella, 10:12.74; 3. Katie Davis, 10:20.3. 4x100 – 2. 54.63. 800 – 1. Miranda Longbrake, 2:41.37; 2. Payton Geary, 2:44.4; 3. Brooke Phillips, 2:48.87. 100 hurdles – 1. Bailey McCracken, N/A; 3. Katelyn Brothers, N/A. 100 – 1. Logan Graham, 13.27; 4. Michaela Norton, 13.67; 6. Kailey Massey, 14.03. 4x200 – 2. 1:56.17. 400 – 1. Logan Graham, 1:04.62; 2. Miranda Longbrake, 1:04.96; 3. Payton Geary, 1:07.4. 300 hurdles – 1. Katelyn Broth ers, 54.46; 2. Bailey McCracken, 54.88; 5. Staphanie Wirts, 55.9. 1600 – 1. Katie Vaccarella, 6:03.12; 3. Davis, 6:06.56; 5. Madison Rust, 6:08.58. 200 – 5. Hannah Kolar, 29.71. 4x400 – 1. 4:27.35. TEAM: 1. Azle, 268; 2. Irma Marsh, 112; 3. Forte, 105; 4. Willkie, 87; 5. Prairie Vista, 35. 7TH GIRLS Pole vault – 3. (T) Paige Fair, K. Blasingame, 6-0. Shot put – 1. Jenna McKee, 26-0; 4. Kamrin Liptow, 24-5. Discus – 2. Jenna McKee, 6311.5. High jump – 1. Alexa Maxfield, 4-6. Long jump – 1. Marisah Mata, 14-9; 3. Jaden O’Gorman, 13-5.5; 6. Kara Moore, 13-0.5. Triple jump – 1. Marisah Mata, 31-6.75; 5. Jaden O’Gorman, 282.75; 6. Kara Moore, 28-0.5. 4x100 – 3. 56.78. 800 – 1. Kara Moore, 2:48.52; 5. Kamrin Liptow, 3:02.13; 6. Triniti Smith, 3:03.4. 100 hurdles – 3. Breann Collard, 19.24; 5. Kinsey Blasingame,

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Action from the 2014 Hornet Relays (clockwise from top): hurdlers T.J. Savage (left) and Conrad Reinhard; relay anchor leg Kaylie Peters; jumper Ricky Aregullin; and racers Paiton Cobb (left) and Emily Kolar. Photos by Mark K. Campbell 19.83. 100 – 1. Marisah Mata, 13.38; 2. Jaden O’Gorman, 13.62. 4x200 – 1. 2:00.93. 400 – 6. Kara Moore, 1:11.65. 300 hurdles – 3. Breann Collard, 55.03; 6. Kinsey Blasingame, 58.36. 1600 – 5. Mykala Longmire, 7:02.05; 6. Kamrin Liptow, 7:02.05. 200 – 1. Jasmin Weldon, 28.4; 3. Jaden O’Gorman, 29.12; 5. Mari sah Mata, 29.53. 4x400 – 1. 4:40.37. TEAM (5): 1. Azle, 190; 2. Prai rie Vista, 190; 3. Forte, 115.5; 4. Willkie, 82; 5. Marsh, 56.5. 8TH BOYS Pole vault – 1. Jake Norwood, 8-0. Shot put – 2. Adam Brazell, 37-0; 6. Temple, 33-10. Discus – 6. Adam Brazell, 94-7. High jump – 1. Artavian Harrell, 5-4; 2. Colby Christian, 5-4; 6. Spencer Wendell, 4-10. Long jump – 2. Cody Donnell, 17-7.75; 4. Dalton Wilson, 168.75; 6. JT Fugate, 16-7. Triple jump – 2. Guzman, 34-9; 3. JT Fugate, 34-9; 4. Jordan Mc Neely, 34-6.6. 2400 – 1. Cody Drolet, 8:31.62; 4. Eloy Martinez, 9:04.25; 6. Lopez, 9:44.47. 4x100 – 2. Jordan McNeely, Spencer Wendell, Cody Donnell, Artavian Harrell, 48.02. 800 – 2. Beck Newby, 2:21.14; 3. Dalton Wilson, 2:22.55. 110 hurdles – 1. Colby Christian, 17.43; 5. Gamble Moore, 19.64. 100 – 2. Artavian Harrell, 12.18. 4x200 – 2. Colby Christian, Mike

Covarrubias, Spencer Wendell, JT Fugate, 1:45.22. 400 – 2. Cody Donnell, 58.78; 4. Jordan McNeely, 59.18; 6. Beck Newby, 59.52. 300 hurdles – 2. Artavian Harrell, 46.65 3. Cody Christian, 47.43; 4. Norwood, 49.84. 1600 – 1. Cody Drolet, 5:24.56. 200 – 5. Spencer Wendell, 29.59; 6. J.T. Fugate, 26.68. 4x400 – 1. Cody Donnell, Jor dan McNeely, Beck Newby, Cody Drolet, 4:00.87. TEAM (5): 1. Azle, 187; 2. Prairie vista, 150; 3. Willkie, 90; 4. Irma Marsh, 86; 5. Forte, 32. 7TH BOYS Pole vault – 3. Daniel Ruelas, 7-0. Shot put – 4. Tyler Jenson, 30-9. Discus – 5. Tyler Jenson, 80-10; 6. Lopez, 80-4.5. High jump – 4. Ryan Reynolds, 4-10; 5. Bradley Crawford, 4-10. Long jump – 1. Jacob Garcia, 172.5; 6. Ryan Reynolds, 14-5. Triple jump – 2. Bradley Crawford, 32-0.5 3. Peyton Ladner, 32-0.5. 2400 – 2. JJ Beck, 9:42.59; 3. Perez, 9:44.81. 4x100 – 2. Ivan Lara, Bradley Crawford, Jacob McGuire, Jacob Garcia, 49.84. 800 – 1. Miguel Guzman, 2:25.35; 3. Carroll, 2:31.83; 6. Chance Campbell, 2:38.62. 110 hurdles – 3. Ryan Reynolds, 19.83. 100 – 1. Jacob Garcia, 12.15. 4x200 – 2. Ivan Lara, Bradley Crawford, Peyton Ladner, Jacob Garcia, 1:50.34. 400 – 3. Miguel Guzman, 1:01.9. 300 hurdles – 3. Ryan Reynolds,

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Forte Junior High Hornet Relays Azle HS March 27, 2014

8TH GIRLS Pole vault – 5. Hayley Davis, 6-6. Shot put – 4. Riley Glennon, 276.5; 6. Sierra Stevens, 26-11.5. Discus – 4. Amber Bury, 68-10. High jump – 3. Ainsley McDonald, 4-4; 6. Riley Sparks, 4-2. Long jump – 2. Brittany Beasley, 14-7. Triple jump – 1. Brittany Beasley, 30-3.25. 4x100 – 1. Ainsley McDonald, Autumn Johnson, Makenzie Mackey, Jenna Okubo, 54.06. 800 – 5. Alexis Hanna, 2:53.81. 100 hurdles – 6. Sydney Stanley. 4x200 – 1. Ainsley McDonald, Autumn Johnson, Makenzie Mackey, Jenna Okubo, 1:55.18. 400 – 5. Emily Jungman, 1:09.21. 300 hurdles – 4. Riley Sparks, 55.34; 6. Hayley Davis, 56.87. 200 – 6. Makenzie Mackey, 29.87. 4x400 – 2. Ainsley McDonald, Autumn Johnson, Emily Jungman, Jenna Okubo, 4:53.82.

8TH BOYS Shot put – 4. Andrew Lutz, 351.75. Discus – 2. Jarred Wheeler, 111.5; 4. Andrew Lutz, 105-2.5; 5. Ludwig, 97-11.5. 2400 – 5. Hagen Holbrooks, 9:39.1. 4x100 – 5. Eric Sanchez, Solo man Moreno, Adron Westbrook, Cale McDonnell, 51.68. 4x200 – 5. Eric Sanchez, Solo man Moreno, Adron Westbrook, Cale McDonnell, 1:49.34. 1600 – 5. Bailey Sanders, 6:12.62. 4x400 – 5. Haygen Holbrooks, Eric Sanchez, Cale McDonnell, Soloman Marino, 4:16.02. TEAM (5): 1. Azle, 187; 2. Prairie vista, 150; 3. Willkie, 90; 4. Irma Marsh, 86; 5. Forte, 32. 7TH BOYS Pole vault – 1. Colton Vangelder, 7-0; 2. Jaden Owens, 7-0. Shot put – 1. Lathan Harris, 33-7; 6. Cooper Moorman, 29-3. Discus – 1. Lathan Harris, 91-10. 2400 – 1. Peyton Vaughn, 9:36.94. 4x100 – 5. Jericho Ware, Havin Hill, Marshall Landers, Blake Horton, 52.96. 4x200 – 3. Jericho Ware, Havin Hill, Marshall Landers, Blake Horton, 1:53.62. 1600 – 2. Payton Vaughn, 5:48.68. 200 – 3. Marshall Landers, 26.71. TEAM (5): 1. Azle, 150; 2. Willkie, 149; 3. Prairie Vista, 144;4. Forte, 67; 5. Irma Marsh, 38.

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7TH GIRLS Pole vault – 1. Kayla Sherrod, 6-0; 2. (T) Amanda Westbrook, 6-0. Shot put – 6. Cheyanne Flynn; 23-10.5. Discus – 4. Bailey Grissom, 58-4; 6. Kylie Scribner, 55-8. High jump – 6. (T) Kayla Sherriff, 4-0. Long jump – 4. Harli Wilbanks, 13-4. Triple jump – 2. Harli Wilbanks, 30-0.5; 3. Avery North, 29-4. 2400 – 1. Avery Luig, 10:19.56; 5. Mykala Sardina, 10:49.16; 6. Emma Waring, 10:49.62. 4x100 – 4. Harli Wilbanks, Cath erine Sherrod, Sydney Glenn, Amanda Westbrook, 57.18. 800 – 3. Kaylin Holmesly, 2:51.3. 100 hurdles – 2. Brianne Han kins, 18.56; 6. Jo Williams, 19.88. 400 – 1. Brooke Creacy, 1:07.93. 300 hurdles – 4. Brianne Han kins, 55.06. 1600 – 1. Avery Luig, 6:24.28. 200 – 4. Harli Wilbanks, 29.24. 4x400 – 3. Catherine Sherrod, Avery North, Brooke Creacy, Dixie Hitt, 4:44.9. TEAM (5): 1. Azle, 190; 2. Prai rie Vista, 190; 3. Forte, 115.5; 4. Willkie, 82; 5. Marsh, 56.5.

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

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Definitive answers to 3 pressing social questions

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here are many pressing questions being batted about internationally right now, everything from the Russian situation to why Tony Romo can’t win the Big One (or even the Medium One)? Greater minds than mine are addressing this hot topics via important venues like text messages and blogs. I’m way better at solving lesser issues and three have arisen that require immediate attention. (Remember, I’m the guy who decided that forever and ever the word ya’ll should be spelled “y-a-’-l-l” not as the Yankee creator of SpellCheck insists “y-’-a-l-l.” Yes, our ya’ll is not “correct” and that’s exactly what makes it exclusively Texan.)

Now, in my Solomon meets Judge Judy wisdom, I shall rule on these new topics. 1. Do you “read” an audio book? There’s nothing like motoring down the road on a long vacation jaunt while listening to an audio book. A while back, I can remember driving through what I thought was the moon but was actually the Oklahoma Panhandle while Dave Barry kept me chuckling. But did I really “read” that humorist’s writings? After all, I now knew its contents and could recite the funnier bits. I must have soaked in some of it, just like I would have had I read it. However, there is a problem. A reader might put inflections or inferences on words that, were you reading silently, you might approach differently.

An oral reading of the book literally biases the listener. The ruling: No, you have not read a book if you just listen to it. Read it: whether electronically ON YOUR or2.physically. Is it OK to sing-a-long MARK with artists at Mark K. Campbell concerts? In 1995, this judge was with his daughter at an R.E.M. concert (which was fantastic). We were down with the album the group was touring, Monster, so we

knew every song by heart. When lead singer Michael Stipe began singing “Tongue” or “What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?” we sang along with him. A 30-something woman ahead of us took great offense at our warbling, telling us she paid to hear Stipe sing, not us. Eventually, snarling, she moved to another seat. The ruling: Like booing at a ball game, you paid your money, and, within reason, you may do what you wish. So, yes, singing along with an artist is just fine. (In fact, it can be a moving experience – like belting out “Hey Jude” with its author Paul McCartney as this judge did a few years ago.) 3. How old is too old to wear a concert shirt or some sports team’s apparel? What’s cooler than donning the

Rangers jersey you bought on your recent ballpark visit? And how groovy is it to wow your friends with a black t-shirt from that Megadeth concert? Well, there’s nothing wrong publicly showing your support for teams and groups – if you are 15. The ruling: If you’re an adult and you wear a Romo jersey to the museum, there’s something wrong. And if you’re 31 and strutting around town in an Insane Clown Posse t-shirt – well, it’s not likely you’re going to become a banker or judge. Exemption: You may wear your shirt/jersey if you are actually going to the game or concert. Especially with a kid. (But don’t be an idiot and take your kid to an ICP show.) Mark K. Campbell is the News editor and, yes, he knows all the words to a song called “Tongue.”

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y dad has a song told me that his family had a long runand a story for ev- ning aversion to Baptists. We laughed erything.” about that a lot. For years, this When Mr. B introduced this aria to has been favorite me as a possibility for my recital, he son’s assessment told me about his fascination with the of my approach to life. I probably got biblical character Samuel, whom he it from my dad, who got it from his. I described as a circuit-riding preachcan’t wait for the day that one of my er. When he wrote his opera, he had grandchildren says something similar Samuel singing Psalm 90. Psalm 90 about my son, an actor who is likely the earliest of all not only tells the stories but the psalms recorded in the dramatizes them in grand Bible. It was written by and entertaining fashion. Moses at least 300 years I have to admit that, for earlier and likely would me, life really is a series of have been well-known by stories. Perhaps “series” is Samuel. not the right word, because Through those many that implies sequence. hours and in the years folMaybe life is a “tapestry” lowing, I came to a concluof stories, with threads of sion about Mr. B. A worldone story interwoven with class baritone, he turned others. down many opportunities This morning I read LIFE MATTERS for advancement of his Psalm 90:1-2: “Lord, you career, choosing to spend have been our dwelling Gerry Lewis almost 40 years at a small place in all generations. Beuniversity in the Texas fore the mountains were brought forth, panhandle, investing his life teachor ever you had formed the earth and ing young adults. When I preached the world, from everlasting to everlast- the message at his funeral service (at ing you are God.” his request), I noted that he was, in Thirty years ago, I performed my many ways, a Samuel who spent his Senior Voice Recital at West Texas life anointing generations of Davids to State University (now West Texas fulfill their calling. (1 Samuel 16). A&M) to complete my Bachelor of Who’s your Samuel – I mean the Music Education degree. The final person(s) who helped set you on the song on my recital program was called course to fulfill your calling? Who’s “The Prophet’s Prayer”, an aria from your David – the person into whose the opera “Samuel,” written by my life you are investing? Our lives matvoice professor, Royal Brantley. Mr. ter so much to God that He is conB was more than a professor; he was stantly weaving us through the tapesa mentor and father figure. For four try of His story. years, I spent at least an hour a week And that reminds me of another with him, one on one in his studio. Be- story… sides singing, we talked about life and Azle resident Dr. Gerry Lewis is director of spiritual things. He told me early on missions for the Harvest Baptist Association, that he was Methodist by heritage and which is headquartered in Decatur. He writes a Presbyterian by association. He also blog at www.lifematterstoday.blogspot.com/

Letters to the editor Who’s telling the truth? The Pope or President Obama? Dear Editor: There seems to be a new paradigm in the way our country sees things: good vs. bad – more specifically, in our own president telling the truth. President Obama flew to the Vatican March 27 to meet with the Pope and discuss matters on disparities of the rich and poor. After the 52-minute meeting, Mr. Obama’s Praetorian Guard (the media) eagerly asked the president what specifically they talked about.

Mr. Obama bloviated on matters of the wealthy and the poor. The Vatican emphatically asserted that no such thing was discussed with the Holy Father. Conversely, the discussion was centered on abortion and homosexuality, topics that the president lauds. The White House denies that. Well, two different accounts by two different leaders. One is the Holy Father, the other our president who has been hosing the American people for six years. Who should I believe: a charlton or the Vicar in Christ?

Local church welcomes all sexual orientations Dear Editor: Eagle Mountain United Methodist Church, as a reconciling ministry, seeks to affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people and ensure the full participation of all sexual orientations and gender identities in the ministry and life the United Methodist Church, living out the motto of “Open hearts, open minds, open doors.”

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Ever heard of Texas Revolution hero William Christy?

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illiam Christy was born in Kentucky in 1791 to prosperous parents, but they both died when William was only fourteen. Later, with funds left to him, he studied law. However, when the War of 1812 broke out with England, he joined the staff of General William Henry Harrison (later president). Later Christy became a quartermaster at Fort Meigs in Ohio where he fought bravely against Indians led by Tecumseh on May 5, 1813. Although wounded, he brought re-enforcements that saved the day. In March of the following year he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Infantry. He served as a paymaster under Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans, but resigned from the army in 1816 to remain in New Orleans to go into business. From there he became interested in Texas, joining the expedition of Dr. James Long who in 1819-1820 was

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attempting to break Texas away from Spain. Long was killed by a Mexican guard. Christy was imprisoned in Mexico City until 1821, but American diplomat Joel Poinsett secured his release. Christy returned to New Orleans and was admitted to the bar in 1823. He also set up a merchant house selling tobacco, but a partner caused the business to go bankrupt. From 1823 to 1833 Christy served on the New Orleans board of aldermen and also wrote a digest of the decisions of the Louisiana supreme Court in 1826. Continuing to follow events in Texas, in 1835 he became both chairman and treasurer of a New Orleans committee to assist Texans. An important meeting took place in New Orleans on October 13, 1835 in which a man named Adolphus Sterne made an impassioned plea for volunteers to head to Texas to join the fight for independence. The men organized themselves as the New Orleans Greys, leaving New Orleans on a ship called

the Mary Jane. Later some of the men who had taken a Mexican customs house were captured and shot. Letters they had written back to families in New Orleans eventuimplicated PAGES FROM ally Christy. Fighting got WESTERN underway in HISTORY the fall of 1835, J’Nell L. Pate and the Texans drove all Mexican troops out of Texas. They knew, though, that it was only a matter of time until a large Mexican Army would return. On January 6, 1836 Christy used his influence to help Stephen F. Austin, Branch T. Archer, and William H. Wharton, commissioners from Texas, to obtain two loans with a

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total value of $250,000 (about $5 million today) at the "Friends of Texas" meeting in New Orleans at which Austin was present. Austin wrote back to Texas that there was great support for independence and they should declare it. In February the U.S. charged Christy with violating the neutrality laws of the U.S. He admitted that he collected money for the people at his office but said they were immigrants, not soldiers. At the end of his trial, he was acquitted, probably because the judge was a friendly one and knew him. In the disastrous spring of 1836 the Texans lost every battle, including the Alamo, except for the last one at San Jacinto on April 21 when Houston defeated Santa Anna. The injured Houston went to New Orleans for medical attention and recuperated in Christy's mansion. Later that year on October 22 when Houston was sworn in as president, Christy traveled to Texas for the occasion. In his speech Houston said,

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“There sits a gentleman within my view whose personal and political services to Texas have been invaluable. He was the first in the United States to espouse our cause. His purse was ever open to our necessities. His hand was extended to our aid. His presence among us and his return to the embraces of his friends will inspire new efforts in behalf of our cause.” Houston asked Christy to stand, and the audience applauded him. Although Christy returned to his home and his law practice in New Orleans, where he won 40 lawsuits in his lifetime, he invested in land in Texas and became even more wealthy. He became surveyor of customs in New Orleans from 1850 to 1854, and died November 7, 1865. He is largely forgotten by Texans in their history of the revolution.

Retired history professor J’Nell Pate of Azle hasauthoredseveralbooks,manyofwhich are on sale in the lobby of the Azle News.

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Vietnam Veterans Monument is placed at Capitol

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orty-one years after the last U.S. combat troops left Vietnam, the new Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument was dedicated in a March 29 ceremony attended by a crowd of thousands, including veterans, active duty military, families, friends and relatives. Some 3,417 Texans died or are unaccounted for in Vietnam, according to the State Capitol Preservation Board. Speakers at the ceremony included: Gov. Rick Perry; U.S. Rep. Sam Johnson of Dallas, an Air Force pilot who was held captive and tortured as prisoner of war in Vietnam for seven years; Lt. Gen. Mick Kicklighter, director of the United States 50th Commemoration of the Vietnam War; state Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa, D-McAllen, and state Rep. Wayne Smith, R-Houston, Vietnam veteran legislators who co-sponsored the monument authorization legislation; Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst; Robert Floyd, chair-

man of monument committee; and state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, D-San Antonio, who introduced the memorial tribute that included students from San Antonio’s Edgewood Memorial High School and wreaths presented by the families of Texans killed and missing in Vietnam, the Texas Vietnamese community and the Texas legislature. The bronze monument depicting soldiers in action poses cost $2.2 million and was paid for with private donations. Violators face penalties Texas Department of Transportation is working with law enforcement entities to recover unpaid tolls and fees from drivers who have not settled those debts. On March 21 TxDOT announced violators will be “subjected to having their vehicles banned from toll roads, ticketed by law enforcement, impounded and possibly reported to the county tax assessor’s office in an effort to block vehicle registration renewal.”

James B a s s , TxDOT interim executive director, said, “ N o t paying tolls is effectively stealing from the STATE CAPITAL taxpayers of Texas. HIGHLIGHTS R e c o v e r i n g Ed Sterling u n p a i d tolls is a responsibility TxDOT will continue to take seriously as we pursue millions of dollars in delinquent tolls that could be used to better serve the people of Texas.” ‘Debt page’ gets update State Comptroller Susan Combs on March 26 announced an update for her agency’s “Debt at a Glance” Web pages detailing finances for every city, school district

and community college district in Texas. With 50 local bond elections coming up in May, Combs said, the information is especially relevant. “Since we launched our local debt features last year, we have continued to add information beneficial to taxpayers,” she explained. Find it at http://texastransparency.org/Special_Features/ Debt_at_a_Glance/. Appellate court rules A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on March 27 issued a unanimous decision upholding House Bill 2, a revision to the Texas abortion law passed by the state Legislature in 2013. The decision reverses a lower court ruling in favor of Planned Parenthood Greater Texas Surgical Health Services et al., that the state law violated the constitutional rights of patients. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott called the Fifth Circuit’s decision “a vindication of the careful deliberation by the

Texas Legislature to craft a law to protect the health and safety of Texas women.” The Fifth Circuit’s decision may be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Spill cleanup continues Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson on March 26 said work crews and equipment are already in place to protect Matagorda Bay from any oil spilled by a barge at Texas City. On March 22, some 170,000 gallons of fuel oil escaped from the barge following a collision in the environmentally sensitive Houston Ship Channel. Magazine rates Austin 1st Forbes magazine, in its annual ranking of cities including their associated Metropolitan Statistical Areas, named Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos the nation’s fastest-growing city in 2013. Austin’s growth rate over the year was 2.5 percent. In the same study, DallasFort Worth-Arlington placed 4th; Houston-Sugar Land-

Baytown placed 10th; and San Antonio-New Braunfels placed 20th. Noted Texan dies Robert S. Strauss, 95, died March 19. He was born in Lockhart and later lived in Hamlin and Stamford before attending the University of Texas as an undergraduate and going to earn a law degree from the UT School of Law. Strauss served in the FBI during World War II. He cofounded the Gump & Strauss law firm in Dallas in 1945. In political life, a few examples of the many high-level posts he held include: U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union, U.S. ambassador to Russia, special envoy to the Middle East, Democratic National Committee chairman, and U.S. trade representative. Veteran state reporter and legislative analyst Ed Sterling is member services director for the Texas Press Association, whose 518 member newspapers have combined circulation of 3.7 million.

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How great thou aren’t: Noah awash in weirdness OK, Noah was weird enough. preferred reached theaters. But not all movie houses. Then the movie ended and Noah has already been banned things got weirder. The Movie Man has provided in several countries – including the general public with over a Egypt and Bahrain – because it thousand glorious reviews. Yet, is contrary to the teachings of Islam. this was a first. When Noah (fi nally) ended, To say dramatic license has the fi lm (well, digital projec- been taken with the source tion) was stopped and a young story is the biggest understateman, accompanied by a local ment since the Flood. Moviepolice offi cer (!), called out makers created new animals that he wanted to speak to the (who knows what critters existed before the devastation?), crowd about Jesus. Just then, the movie restart- made Methuselah an Old Tesed and the soundtrack music tament witch doctor (hey, he drowned him out (yes, that’s lived longer than any person ironic) as the several hundred ever so he might’ve picked up in attendance with the Movie a lot of healing tricks through the centuries, right?), and creMan decided to file out. Still, a preacher with cop in ated a near-laughable “love the earth and don’t eat its animals” tow – that was a first. theme (that even PETA crooner Sarah McLachlin likely said, About the film Substantial waves of negativ- “Whoa, that’s just too much!”). There are plenty of other ity arrived early for Noah. “The trailer is misleading!” “It’s oddities – giant, Transformer nothing like the Noah of the rocks that are actually fallen Bible!” “They don’t even men- angels/demons who practically build the ark for Noah – tion God!” Those Internet warnings kept but the Movie Man went in a plenty of Christian customers blank slate, giving the picture a away; at the megaplex where chance. The Movie Man wonthe Movie Man saw Noah, an- dered: Would Noah be a good other faith-based movie, God’s fi lm? The answer is no. It’s a Not Dead, had sold out. GND movie that those on both sides also shocked the box offi ce of the believability of the Good world when it took in a stagger- Book say, “Huh?” ing $9.2 million in just 780 theaters – that average theater take The plot (spoilers, if that’s of $11,852 dollars is the dream possible) Times are tough. Noah (Rusof auditorium owners across sell Crowe) and his vegetarian the globe. Noah still had generated clan are descendents of Adam’s enough interest from Christians son Seth, the good guys. But and non-believers alike that Adam’s bad descendants – plenty of people poured into from Cain – are taking over the theaters to see what the hubbub mostly barren earth. They eat was about. The movie never meat and are constantly warclaimed it would be true to the ring. Noah has a dream where he’s biblical text, and, with a cult director like Darren Aronofsky underwater, amid a multitude helming, there was no way it of dead bodies. He knows the dream is from “the Creator,” would. The director said the story of however he isn’t sure what he’s Noah was always a pet project. supposed to do about it. So The studio, Paramount Pic- Noah packs up his family to go tures, was worried when the fi - visit Grandfather Methuselah nal cut arrived. They tested two (Anthony Hopkins). Along the other versions of the movie, way, Cain descendants pursue much to Aronofsky’s dismay. them, but, after scooping up inEventually, the one the director jured Ila (Emma Watson), No-

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stance or spare the children? What works Crowe and Watson are the standouts. They share a scene late – on the deck of the nowlanded ark where Watson cradles her newborns as Crowe towers before her, knife raised – that should never work but somehow does. There’s a nice triumvirate shot of Eden’s serpent, the forbidden apple (which pulses), and Cain slaying Abel that recurs then later pays off. The water effects are pretty cool as are all the computer generated shots.

ation story. Aronofsky, whose The Fountain (2006, Movie Man No. 693, a 5) is a computer generated wonder, shines here, summing up the origin tale and even managing to merge evolution and creationism in 60 seconds. What doesn’t work This Noah is some freakish combination of science-fi ction, fantasy, and a moral tale of biblical justice, a bizarre merging of Transformers, Lord of the Rings, and The Ten Commandments. These do not mesh at all. This might be the worst soundtrack of the year. Right off the bat, there’s this heavyhandedness – which is later joined by near-jazz infusions. Noah is a jerk most of the time and so is Ham (Logan Lerman), who rightfully is curious about how he’ll attain a wife when the new beginning starts. But Ham’s allegiance to Tubalcain is just dumb. Worst of all is the incessant symbolic bombardment of the evils man is doing to the earth. It’s an easy analogy and is constantly hammered home so often that it gets annoying. Climate control advocates will dance a jig at this Greenest of Green movies.

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big storms bubble up quickly in the spring and summer skies here in Texas. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

Stormy weather by mark k. campbell Now that spring has finally arrived, it could just bring some nasty weather with it. Throughout the history of the Lone Star State, outdoor extremes have been shocking. Here are some of the biggest weather events in Texas history (from the Texas Almanac). Sept. 12, 1818 – A hurricane destroyed every building but six on Galveston Island. Sept. 16, 1875 – A hurricane hit Indianola, killing 176 people as three-fourths of the town got swept away. It would get worse for the town... Feb. 14-15, 1885 – In what might be the greatest freak storm in Lone Star State history, massive snows fell on the Texas coast. Houston received 20 inches, Galveston got 15.4, and Brownsville 5 inches of snow. Aug. 19-21, 1886 – A hurricane completely demolished Indianola with every structure destroyed or damaged. The town was never rebuilt. Feb. 11-13, 1899 – In what remains the coldest stretch in Texas history, the temperatures dropped to 16 degrees in Brownville, killing most of the Valley crop. Sept. 8-9, 1900 – The Great Galveston Storm became the worst natural disaster in U.S. history based on loss of life. Between 6,000 and 8,000 people died. The island was completely inundated and every building suffered damage

as tides rose 15 feet. May 18, 1902 – A tornado hit Goliad, killing 114 people. All 40 people in a church that was conducting services when the storm hit were killed or injured. Dec. 1-5, 1913 – Massive flooding in the Hill Country killed 177 Texans. It rained 15 inches in San Marcos. Sept. 14, 1919 – A hurricane near Corpus Christi took the lives of 284 as tides rose 16 feet above normal. Sept. 8-10, 1921 – The biggest rainstorm in Texas history killed 215 people. In San Antonio, 5 to 9 feet of water stood downtown. It rained 23.98 inches in 35 hours in Taylor. The U.S. 24-hour rainfall record – measured at an unofficial site – was set at Thrall when 36.4 inches fell on Sept. 9. Apr. 12, 1927 – A tornado killed 74 people, 72 dying at Rocksprings where the town was destroyed. Apr. 29, 1933 – A mighty dust storm “as dark as any night” extended from Sweetwater to Kansas, blowing away thousands of acres of small grain crops. July 22-25, 1933 – A gigantic tropical system averaged a rainfall of 12.5 inches over 25,000 square miles in Texas and Louisiana. Jan.-Mar. 1935 – Seven times, dust storms reduced visibility to zero in Amarillo. One blackout lasted 11 hours.

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Another storm was 3.5 days long. Apr. 9, 1947 – A tornado hit the counties of Lipscomb, Hemphill, and Carson. One mile wide, the town of Glazier was completely destroyed; 68 people died. Feb. 1, 1951 – A frigid norther dropped the temperature in Dalhart to -19 degrees. May 11, 1953 – A tornado in Waco killed 114 people and injured 597 – one of the worst twisters in Texas history. A tornado also struck San Angelo where 11 died. 1956 – The brutal drought that had been ongoing in the Central Plains dropped to Texas. Plus high temperatures were persistent from April to the end of October. Most streams experienced record low flows. Apr. 2, 1957 – A tornado struck Oak Cliff and West Dallas, killing 10; 574 buildings were damaged, most of them homes. Sept. 8-14, 1961 – Hurricane Carla arrived with a max wind gust of 175 mph and an 18.5 feet tide surge, both at Port Lavaca. Thirty-four people died, 7 when a tornado hammered Galveston Island. The evacuation of 250,000 saved lives. Jan. 9-12, 1962 – The coldest weather since 1899 dropped the temperature to -15 in the Panhandle and 10 in Rio Grande City as $50 million in crops were destroyed. Aug. 4-5, 1970 – Hurricane

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Grand Jury indicts 23 in Parker 7 are area residents BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN third-degree felony. • James Roy Woodie, 30, of The Parker County Grand Jury met Thursday, March 20, Springtown, was indicted for in Weatherford to consider evi- burglary of a building as well dence in numerous criminal as for possession of a controlled cases fi led by the Parker Coun- substance in penalty group 1, less than one gram, both state ty District Attorney’s Office. The Grand Jury returned 29 jail felonies. • Christopher Jacob Hettick, indictments against 23 individuals. Four of those individuals 25, of Azle, was indicted for are Springtown residents, while unauthorized use of a motor vehicle; theft, less than $1,500 enthree live in the Azle area. • Robert Earl Carter, 42, of hanced with two or more prior Springtown, was indicted for theft convictions; burglary of a possession of a controlled sub- building, an forgery. Each is a stance in penalty group 1, one state jail felony. • Kenneth Todd Rittenbury, to four grams, a third-degree Jr., 20, of Azle, was indicted for felony. • Billy George Dering III, possession of a controlled substance in pen38, of Springalty group 1, town, was less than one indicted for gram, a state burglary of jail felony. a building, a Richard Lee state jail feloTucker, 54, ny, as well as of Azle, was for possession indicted for of a controlled manufacture substance in or delivery of penalty group a controlled 1, one to four substance in grams, a thirdpenalty group degree felony. 1, less than • Santiago James Roy Woodie one gram, a HernandezCura, 41, of Springtown, was state jail felony. Those who were indicted but indicted for driving while intoxicated, third or more, a do not live in the immediate area include:

• Mary James Buck, 58, of Weatherford, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1 with intent to deliver, 4-200 grams, a second degree felony. • Charles Duane Collins, Jr., 54, of Mineral Wells, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, less than one gram, a state jail felony. • Walter Leon Cundiff, 72, of Weatherford, was indicted for two counts of sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony. • Sarah Elizabeth Ford, 27, of Fort Worth, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, less than one gram, a state jail felony. • Susan Ray Griffin, 51, of Millsap, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, one to four grams, a third-degree felony. • George Michael Holden, 19, of Cleburne, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 2, one to four grams, a third-degree felony. • Ricky Wayne Howell, 33, of Weatherford, was indicted for evading arrest with a vehicle, a third-degree felony. • Renee Anita Inglis, 60, of

Aledo, was indicted for driving while intoxicated, third or more, a third-degree felony. • Spencer Ryan Motley, 20, of Mineral Wells, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, less than one gram, a state jail felony. • Mary Cherie Ortega, 29, of Weatherford, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, less than one gram, a state jail felony. • Noel Noe Ortega, no age or address listed, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, less than one gram, a state jail felony. • Eric Kelvin Palmros III, 50, of Fort Worth, was indicted for bail jumping, a third-degree felony. • Ty Jaramillo Torres, 21, of Weatherford, was indicted for manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, less than one gram, a state jail felony. • Carri Grace Vickers, 29, of Arlington, was indicted for manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, 4-200 grams, a firstdegree felony. • Christopher Blake Vondiezelski, 28, of Fort Worth,

Felony DWI nets 10-year prison sentence His fourth conviction for driving while intoxicated has garnered a Mexican national in the United States illegally a 10year prison sentence. Damian Galvan Hernandez, 39, of Parker County, was found guilty and sentenced to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine for a felony DWI charge in a jury trial that concluded Wednesday, March 26, in Parker County district court. Evidence introduced during the trial by Assistant District Attorneys Robert DuBoise and Nikki Rhodes showed that on November 21, 2012, at approximately 9 p.m., a local business owner reported a possible drunk driver on FM 51 north of Weatherford. When a state trooper located the vehicle minutes later, he saw that it was weaving in the roadway and was speeding at 51 mph in a 20 mph zone.

The trooper testifi ed thatSafety testifi ed that the blood when he tried to stop the ve- sample showed Hernandez’s hicle, it continued on for about alcohol concentration was 0.24, three blocks before coming to a three times the legal limit of stop with its front right wheel .08. DuBoise and Rhodes also inon the curb. When he made contact with troduced evidence to the jury Hernandez, the driver of the that Hernandez had previously vehicle, the trooper noticed he been convicted of misdemeanhad an unsteady gait, smelled or DWI offenses twice in Parklike alcohol, and had blood- er County in 2010 and also in Callahan County in 1998. shot, glassy eyes. During the punishment phase Hernandez initially denied drinking any alcohol, but after of trial, jurors heard testimony failing the fi rst of several fi eld from a United States Border sobriety tests told the trooper Patrol agent, who told them that he had consumed one beer. he had personally deported When Hernandez failed several Hernandez to Mexico six prior more sobriety tests, he was ar- times from either Parker Counrested for driving while intoxi- ty or Palo Pinto County and that Hernandez was convicted cated. The trooper took Hernandez of the federal crime of Illegal to Weatherford Regional Medi- Reentry on two of those occacal Center where he consented sions. He also told the jury that on to a blood sample being taken for analysis. A chemist for the multiple other occasions HerTexas Department of Public nandez had been detained by

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1227 Old Cottondale Road, Springtown, 817-220-7177 LAJUNTA BAPTIST 5207 E. Hwy. 199, LaJunta 817-221-3989 IGLESIA BAUTISTA HARVEST TIME APOSTOLIC Nueva Jerusalen 1 Block N. FM 2048 in Keeter 6640 Midway Rd., Springtown 817-433-8220 817-677-2907 ASSEMBLY OF GOD INDIAN OAKS PRIMITIVE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD BAPTIST CHURCH 114 Porter Drive, Azle 3229 Shawnee Trail, Lake Worth 817-237-4903 817-237-8441 FELLOWSHIP OF LAKE WORTH LAKE WORTH BAPTIST 4024 Dakota Trail, Lake Worth 4445 Hodgkins, Lake Worth 817-237-9433 817-237-4163 NEW BEGINNINGS CHURCH LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST 810 Goshen Rd, Springtown 6409 FM 730 S., Azle 817-523-4462 817-444-4311 OUTREACH OF LOVE METROPOLITAN BAPTIST Hwy. 199 W. at FM 2257, Azle 6051 Azle Ave., Fort Worth 817-221-2983 / 817-221-5760 817-237-2201 BAPTIST MIDWAY BAPTIST ASH CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 4110 E. Hwy. 199, Springtown 300 South Stewart, Azle 817-221-LOVE 817-444-3219 NEW HOPE BAPTIST AGNES INDEPENDENT BAPTIST 782 New Hope Rd., Reno area 350 Agnes N., Springtown 817-221-2184 817-523-7271 NORTHWEST BAPTIST BETHEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST 5500 Boat Club Rd., Lake Worth 408 S. Ash St., Springtown 817-237-6063 or 817-270-8476 817-220-4238 SILVER CREEK BAPTIST AZLE AVENUE BAPTIST 730 S. & Veal Station Rd., Azle 2901 Azle Ave., Fort Worth 817-444-2325 817- 626-5556 NEW BEGINNINGS BAPTIST CHURCH BRIAR FIRST BAPTIST 3605 Jacksboro Hwy., Azle West of FM 730 N. at sign, Briar 817-707-2741 817- 444-3484 PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST BROOKSHIRE BAPTIST FM 2048 and CR 4677, Boyd 114 Brookshire Ave., Azle 940-433-5477 817-237-0892 PRIMERA IGLESIA BAUTISTA CALVARY HEIGHTS BAPTIST 301 S. Stewart, Azle 1 block off Hwy. 199, 817-523-0074 east of David’s Patio, SPRINGTOWN BAPTIST TEMPLE Springtown, 817-221-2241 201 J. E. Woody Rd., Springtown 817-523-0376 CENTRAL BAPTIST 4290 Old Agnes Road - 817-594-5918 UNION BAPTIST CHURCH 3451 Sarra Lane, Springtown CHRISTWAY BAPTIST 817-613-1441 7673 West Hwy. 199, Agnes 817-220-9133 or 817-220-3581 WALNUT CREEK BAPTIST 220 W. Reno Rd. in Reno CLEAR FORK BAPTIST Corner of FM 730 & Ragle Rd., Weather- 817-221-2110 ford, 817-594-1154 WEST PARKWAY BAPTIST 836 NW Parkway, Azle COTTONWOOD CREEK BAPTIST 817-444-3752 10905 Jacksboro Hwy., Fort Worth 817-238-8269 817- 237-8113 BIBLE CROSSWAY BAPTIST CHURCH COMMUNITY BIBLE FELLOWSHIP 1355 Northwest Pkwy., Azle 1405 Reynolds Rd., Reno 817-691-0000 817-444-7117 CROSSROADS BAPTIST CHURCH CROSSING FELLOWSHIP Corner of FM 730 South & FM 1886 1177 Southeast Parkway, Azle 817-270-8476 817-381-5888 · 817-381-5808 EAGLE MOUNTAIN BAPTIST NORTHWEST BIBLE CHURCH 8780 Eagle Mtn. Circle, Azle 5025 Jacksboro Hwy., Fort Worth 817-237-4135 817-624-2111 FAITH BAPTIST FELLOWSHIP SOLID ROCK BIBLE CHURCH 1411 Carter Road, Springtown 591 S. Reno Rd., Springtown 817-220-5828 817-221-3444 FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH CATHOLIC 171 Green Branch Road, Weatherford HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC 817-454-4582 800 Highcrest Dr., Azle FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF AZLE 817-444-3063 1017 Boyd Road CHRISTIAN 817-444-4828 THE CHURCH AT AZLE FIRST BAPTIST CASTLE HILLS 1801 S. Stewart, Azle 401 Beverly Rd., Azle 817-444-9973 817-237-3891 AZLE CHRISTIAN FIRST BAPTIST LAKE WORTH (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) 700 Charbonneau Tr., 117 Church St., Azle west side of Effie Morris Elementary 817-444-3527 817-237-2624 AZLE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP FIRST BAPTIST LAKESIDE 35 West Forty Estates., Azle 8801 Jacksboro Hwy., Lakeside 817-688-3339 817-237-8113 CENTRAL CHRISTIAN FIRST BAPTIST BRIAR 1602 S. Main St., Weatherford 6 miles N. of Azle on FM 730 817-594-3043 817-444-3484 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST COTTONDALE 4th & Main, Paradise 1 block N. of FM 2123, Cottondale GREATER VISION FELLOWSHIP 940-433-5539 1801 S. Stewart St., Azle FIRST BAPTIST PEASTER 817-825-0485 FM 920 in Peaster LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN 817-596-8805 FELLOWSHIP FIRST BAPTIST POOLVILLE 404 Main St., Azle 1 block W. of FM 920, Poolville 817-308-2557 817-594-3916 THE ABBEY CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST SPRINGTOWN 10400 Jacksboro Hwy., Azle 5th & Main Street, Springtown 817-238-1404 817-523-7011 VICTORY CHRISTIAN CENTER FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST 737 Boyd Rd., Azle 801 Friendship Rd., 9½ miles S. of 817-444-LOVE Springtown off Hwy. 51 S. 817-594-5940 or 817-599-4917 WORD OF FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER 1¼ mi. S. of LaJunta FUNDAMENTAL BAPTIST 817-677-2577 5th & Main in Springtown 817-523-5477 CHURCH OF CHRIST GRACE BAPTIST AZLE CHURCH of CHRIST 3 miles N. of Springtown on Hwy. 51 336 NW Parkway across from Radio Tower 817-444-3268 HERITAGE BAPTIST CHURCH BRIAR CHURCH of CHRIST 3577 FM 51 N., Weatherford 109 W.N. Woody Rd. 817-564-3946 (½ block west of FM 730 N. in Briar) HILLTOP FAMILY CHURCH 817-444-7102

MIDWAY CHURCH of CHRIST 6400 Midway Rd. 817-221-2107 NEWSOME MOUND ROAD CHURCH of CHRIST 1460 Newsome Mound Rd. 817-677-3290 NORTHWEST CHURCH of CHRIST 6059 Azle Ave., Fort Worth 817-237-1205 POOLVILLE CHURCH of CHRIST West of FM 920 in Poolville 817-594-4182 SOUTHSIDE CHURCH of CHRIST 130 W. Bradshaw Lane, Springtown 817-221-2799 SPRINGTOWN CHURCH of CHRIST Just west of Hwy. 51 North 817-523-4419 TRI-COUNTY CHURCH of CHRIST 525 Hwy. 199 W., Springtown 817-538-8209

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Carports and Patio Covers. All steel construction. Off-duty firefighter. 817-925-0922.

Seal Coating, Pot Hole Repairs, Crack Filling 817-907-7410 • 817-221-2125 019 Cement Work 007

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JUST RIGHT is having an Auction to sell one mobile home, 14x80, 1982 model, April 15th at 9AM. 4501 E. Hwy 199, Springtown.

008 Autos, Trucks Get rid of those yard cars, as well as good used cars. Arvin 817-9258768.

ART’S CONCRETE. All types of concrete: foundations, driveways, patios, sidewalks, etc. Free Estimates. 20 years experience. 469-348-6379.

Dirt & Concrete Work

Buying junk vehicles, $150.-$200, plus title or not. 940-255-7572.

Driveways • House Slabs • Garages • Add-ons Small Land Clean-ups • Gravel Driveways Kiley Chesney, Owner Springtown, TX • Mobile 817-846-6645

J.A.M. Concrete

All Types of Concrete, Building Pads, Driveway, Patios, Walk Jim McKiel 30 yrs. exp.

817-480-8841

1960 Ford 3/4 ton truck. Runs and drives. The bed floor is rusted in front and it is in Azle, $2,300. Cell 972-835-2088. 2006 Ford Taurus. 4DR/AM/FM/CD, Sunroof. One owner since 2007. No accidents. Only driven to/from work. $4,200. Call 817-925-5024.

021 Child Care ARK CHRISTIAN LEARNING CENTER has a loving place for your child. Ages 2 weeks-12 years, ABEKA pre-school, 3 meals, 2 snacks. Service to all Azle schools and SES. Mon-Fri, 6A-6:30P. 817237-3711; 817-994-5228.

023 Computers/Services HomeComputerWiz. Computer repair specialist: hardware & software. Call today! Terry Jones 817-821-5034. Email: homecomputerwiz@yahoo.com. Website: homecomputerwiz.com.

2005 F250 King Ranch pickup. 153K miles, 6.0 diesel, 4-wheel drive, runs great, 5th wheel hookup slider, all saddle leather interior. $15,700. 325-245-6637.

024 Electrician BULLDAWG ELECTRIC CO. All types of electrical services and MH hook-ups. Free Estimates. 817-675-4921 www.bulldawgelectric.com. TECL#25253.

026 Excavating 2005 Mercury Marquis, 4.3 ltr., loaded, 25,200 miles, $7,500/ OBO. 817-444-6700.

ALL TYPES OF EXCAVATING Tanks • House Pads • Clearing Also .. Sand • Top Soil • Gravel

817-523-7248 • 817-239-6215 Bobcat & Tractor Service 2004 Buick Rainier, V-8, full power, $6,500. 817-905-9095.

Sell your car in the classifieds! 009 Auto Repair Service

WOOD’S PAINT & BODY Now serving Azle & Lake Worth Eddy Wood

817-319-4185

69................ Sand/Gravel 70................Septic Tanks 71..... Sewing/Alterations 72.............Sewer Service 73......................TV/Radio 74... Too Late to Classify 75.................. Upholstery 76....... Vacuum Cleaners 77........................ Wanted 78.................Well Drilling 79....................... Welding 80.............. Lots/Acreage 81..................Business & Commercial Property 82.......... Resort Property 83.......... Houses for Sale 84............. Mobile Homes for Rent 85............. Mobile Homes for Sale 86.... Mobile Home/RV Lots 87...........Rent Furnished 88....... Rent Unfurnished 89 .......... Wanted to Rent

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Combo (Azle & Springtown) Only $8.00! Over 16 words, add 20 cents per word • Discounted rates for additional insertions available if no weeks are skipped and words do not change • Boxed display ads also available (All ads must be paid in advance unless you have previously established credit)

Excavating

• Lot Clearing • Driveways/Parking Lots • Pasture Mowing

817-523-4137

TOM'S 444-5069

BOBCAT SERVICE

• Small jobs accepted • Rough landscaping • Jobsite clearing

  • SITE PREPARATION• GRAVEL ROADS • LOT CLEARING• PARKING LOTS • LEVELING • DEMOLITION • FINAL GRADE • STOCK TANKS • LAND EROSION

For Sale

Most ads require payment in advance, but we do accept VISA, MASTERCARD OR DISCOVER by phone.

Reach more than 8,000 households with combo advertising in the Azle News and the Springtown Epigraph.

Nobody does it better!

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Invacare fully-electric hospital bed, ½ rails, with lift attachment, 1½ years old, original cost, $1,109, asking $500. 817-500-3720.

SEASON SMART TREE SERVICE. Fully insured, trimming, hazard prevention, removal, stump grinding, senior discount. Seth 817-829-9656.

Qualified Family Business Since 1938

6 plots in Springtown Cemetery in the 3rd addition. 817-229-1406.

INFERNO LAWN SERVICE. Off duty firefighters providing a dependable lawn service you can trust. 817-7347448.

Sand, Dirt & Gravel ☺ All types materials delivered ☺ Excavation—Final Grade—Demolition We Shape the World to Fit Your Needs! You have a Friend in the Business!

Cliff Hall

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033 Furniture Moving: Furniture for Sale 817-2370453.

034 Garage Sales VENDORS WANTED! Hope Lutheran School will be having their Annual Spring Garage & Vendor Sale Saturday, April 12th. Vendors, craft vendors or anyone wanting to sell their own treasures are welcome. Space will be available to rent in the parking lot for $20/space. Call for more information 817-221-4673. Saturday & Sunday, 8A-6P, 6255 Silver Creek Azle Road. Moving Sale Saturday, 8AM, 1955 Goshen Road, Springtown. Household, furniture, glassware, clothing, some antiques plus more!

2006 John Deere 2320 24HP, 4x4, 3-cylinder diesel, 70 hours, TURF tires, foldable ROPS, cat 1, brush guard with JD200X QA loader, QA 50” bucket, joystick valve and JD62D on ramp 62” belly mower. $12,500. 817-475-5906.

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All types fences and metal buildings built and repaired. Portable welding, 817-444-6461. BOBBY’S FENCE. All types, free estimates, over 23 years experience 817-444-3213. RAY’S FENCE CO. Free Estimates, 817-444-2146, raysfencecompany@ aol.com. KILEY CHESNEY CONSTRUCTION All Types Fences - Tractor Work 817-846-6645

Yard Sale Friday, 1P-7P & Saturday, 8A-1P, 174 Browder Road, Springtown. Clothing, toys, TVs, household items. Multi-Family Garage Sale, 1116 Silver Creek Azle, April 4-5, Start time is 8AM. Furniture, etc. Friday, 8A-? 104 Tamarron Drive, Lakeside. 3’x3½’ garden trailer, 3 like-new medicine cabinets, large pendant lights, lamps, framed art prints, etc. Friday & Saturday, 8AM, 720 Wood Lane, Azle. Furniture, mobility chair. Lots of stuff! Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 7A9P, 119 Avondale Avenue, Azle. Furniture, clothes, etc. Estate Sale April 4th & 5th, 8A-4P, 1205 Oak Harbor. Percentage of proceeds benefits the Popcorn Players!

Advertising Works!

150 Shady Valley Court, Springtown April 11th, 12th, 13th. 817-523-7304.

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Need a good home for mixed breed puppies. Will be medium size dogs, very cute. 817-988-3235. CLEAN FILL DIRT WANTED. Rocks also Wanted (football size & up). 682-582-4860.

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36” Electric cooktop; double oven; misc. house and office furnishings, etc. 817-929-0503. 2 Prime Spaces in Azleland Memorial Park Cemetery, $1,500 firm for both. For information call 817-360-8475. Sharp AR-M257 Digital Imager. Has 4 copy drawers, $4,000. Call for more info 817-253-4002. Amazon Parrot, 2 parrot cages, gasoline golf cart, zero-turn lawnmower, lots of petrified wood. 817-584-0217, leave message. Three 250 gallon propane tanks, $200 each or $550 for all three. 817996-0530. Snowcone Stand, includes everything needed to start the season. Can be moved. 940-2109169. 150 gallon propane tank, $175; claw-foot bathtub, $400. 817-7262224. 5x8 utility trailer w/15 inch tires, $350; Gold’s stationary bike, $110. Call Mike 817-584-4891.

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For Sale: Electric lift chair; geriatric chair; hospital beds; shower chairs. 817-237-0453.

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Allen Chesney Concrete All Types of Concrete Work Residential - Commercial Foundations, driveways, sand, gravel, demolition, haul-off, retaining walls 817-271-4541

Kiley Chesney Construction 2000 Chevy 3500 truck, in great condition, auto, V-8, bed cover, leather interior, new tires, new brakes, 103K miles, $6,500. 817253-4526.

Springtown Epigraph THE

817-270-3340 - Azle - classifi ed@azlenews.net 817-220-7217 - Springtown - shirley@springtown-epigraph.net

CLASSIFIED 1. Air Condition/Heating 2. ......................Antiques 3.................... Appliances 4..........Appliance Repair 5.....................Arts/Crafts 6............. Asphalt Paving 7........................ Auctions 8................ Autos, Trucks 9..... Auto Repair Service 10.........Backhoe Service 11............. Boats, Motors 12...............Bookkeeping 13..................... Business Opportunity 14........ Campers/Trailers 15...................... Carports 16...... Equipment Repair 17............ Carpet Service 18 ......................Catering 19...............Cement Work 20.................Ceramic tile 21................... Child Care 22................... Cosmetics 23...Computers/Services

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Estate/Garage Sale Saturday, 8A-? 7 Kona Drive, Azle (off Dunaway Lane). 817-366-3629.

Janna Pullig and Her Breast Friends 2nd Annual Garage Sale Saturday, 8A-3P Chevron/Arby’s Parking Lot 201 N. Stewart, Azle BENEFITING SUSAN G. KOMEN BREAST CANCER

INSIDE/OUTSIDE SALE SATURDAY ONLY Dishes, Pictures, Furniture, Cast Iron

SUNSCAPE LAWN CARE & OUTDOOR DESIGN. Mowing/Mulch/Sod/Tree Trimming and Removal. Light Tractor Work/ Brush Hog, Lots Cleared. 817-6886806. Honest and dependable lawn care, mowing, and tree trimming. Handyman Services. Call Robert 817-966-9552. BRIAN’S LAWN CARE SERVICE. Lowest prices! SPRING SALE: Flower Bed Mulching & Clean up. 817-696-3477. I BUY RIDING MOWERS RUNNING OR NOT. 817-905-3843. ROHAN LAWN SERVICE. We provide mowing, weedeating, edging, blowing. Free Estimates. Call 817-929-6269; 817-444-0178, after 6PM. lorenzorrohan@hotmail. com. MOWING & WEED EATING. Reasonable rates. 682-667-1229.

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STUMP GRINDING Don’t dig it! Grind it! 1 or 100 - We can do it. $65 minimum

817-237-5592

Serving the Metroplex Since 1975 Family Owned• FREE ESTIMATES • INSURED WINTER DISCOUNT 10% OFF Residential • CommeRCial tRee Removal • topping pRuning • Feeding

817- 220-1141 817-444-9574

RNA Lawn Services

Serving Our Community since 2007.

Reliable Ser vice at a Competitive Rate.

817-304-3677

Find a Landscaper here to keep your yard looking nice.

Campfire Lawn & Garden Trees trimmed-removed Full lawn care & haul-offs

Insured • Azle since 1962 Compare Prices

No Job Too Small

Terms Available 817-444-0861 A.W. Teater All major credit cards accepted

817-690-4011 cell

Best Lawn Guarantee in Town Landscape Dependable and Reliable Online Account Sprinklers Management Lawn Care

• Sod • Stone Work • Flower Beds • Fencing • Trees Email: service@classicgreen.com • Clean Up

817.479.9503

Chad's Tree Service

817-221-2201 • 817-246-5943 Insured for your protection Lic. #4346 & #6537

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Tree trimming, removal, mow, weeding, cleanup, tilling, rake leaves, haul-offs. Free estimates. Kevin 817-363-0010.

Jason’s Lawn Service

Free Estimates, Competitive Rates, Lawn Maintenance, Raking, Hedge/Shrub Trimming, Scrap Metal Haul-Off

Call Jason at 682-333-6382

FREE TES ESTIMA

Trimming • Removals - Stump Grinding Systemic Feeding • Brush Chipping • Cable Bracing

9 miles west of 199/51 on 199, left on Poolville Cutoff

FREE ESTIMATES. Mowing, weed eating, scrap haul off, property clean up. Call Brett 817-881-2357.

LI 19046

Commercial & Residential Sprinkler Installation & Repair • Landscaping Tractor Work • Drainage • Lot Grading Rock & Stonework • Sod & Hydromulching Family Owned & Operated Since 1989

djhuffmaninc.com Experience with Competitive Prices

SENIOR DISCOUNTS • FREE ESTIMATES

817-270-0544 • 817-379-0545

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Tree Removal & Trimming · Brush Hog · Box Blade Front Loader · Tiller · Truck & Trailer for Hauling

Jon Reed, Owner Call, Text 817-291-3955 or Email jonny5206@yahoo.com

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Help Wanted

FULL-TIME CLERK/CASHIER. City of Reno. Computer skills, excellent customer service to internal and external customers; perform cash handling, utility billing and other duties as required. H.S. Diploma or GED required. Send resume to: citysec@cityofrenotx.com. OPEN UNTIL FILLED. E.O.E. DRIVERS WANTED! Local Work, Home Daily, Competitive Pay, Benefits, CDL-A, 1 Year Experience, Great Driving Record. 817-589-1455 or 888-215-4285.

Fr ank’s

Person to help with home, yard and animals, $6-$7/hour. 817-905-2899.

Licensed Professional Services include Wire & Valve locates, Pipe repair, Head adjust or replace, System Design

Mowing • Weed Eating Edging • Trimming

Find a job in the classifieds Trucking Company

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Alfalfa 100# Arizona/California leafy green bales. Buy 100 get one free special. 817-798-7712. NO Blister Beetles(See us on Facebook AzleAlfalfa).

SPRIGGING 4 COUNTIES: Wise, Jack, Pa r k e r & Ta r r a n t

Coastal Bermuda & Tipton 85 940-229-1045 940-229-1046 039

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LVN & CNA needed for Lake Worth Nursing Home. Contact Jon 817319-9073. Business is Booming! Now interviewing servers. Apply in person, Shinola’s Texas Cafe, Springtown. NOW HIRING: 2 Openings at group homes located in Azle. 1 parttime & 1 full-time position. Both positions require working weekends. Must have clean criminal & driving records. Training will be provided. Please text or call 817-443-2494, Monday-Friday, 9A-5P. Wise Ready Mix now hiring Mix Drivers, Class B-CDL. Apply in person, 1349 NW Parkway, Azle.

Lawn Service Fr ank sugg, Jr.

817-304-8684 Help Wanted

The City of Springtown is now accepting job applications for a fulltime Utility Clerk. M-F, $12.00 PER HOUR. VAC/HOL/BEN. Looking for analytical, detail oriented, multi-task person, flexible, self-motivated and dedicated with customer service experience. Incode experience a plus. Requirements: 10 key, typing, excel, word. An application may be obtained at City Hall, 102 E. Second Street, Springtown, Texas. Open until filled. E.O.E. Mature, dependable person needed to work part-time this spring and full-time this summer at Hidden Valley Miniature Golf Course. All hours plus some weekends. Please call 817-237-5463. Busy HVAC Company is looking for experienced HVAC Techs & Installers. Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to work out of town. Please call 817-270-3615 or fax resume to 817-270-3642. Hair Salon Suites & Hair Stations for Lease, Coming Soon! 817-304-2078. BARTENDERS NEEDED At Bumble Bee Occasions. We are growing and are looking for talented people to join our warm, friendly and highly motivated Busy Bee team! Our Busy Bees must have a cheerful outgoing personality and a smart appearance. Our desired candidates are team players with high energy and can-do personalities. You must have a passion for extraordinary customer service and a willingness to learn.

Full-time position for Accounting/ Bookkeeping in the Springtown area. Requirements: 5 years experience in accounting and bookkeeping. Skills needed: Quickbooks, Microsoft Office and Excel. Email: vkresume@ yahoo.com.

Minimum requirements include: TABC certification, 1 year experience, practical experience, 21 years of age or older as will be required to serve alcohol unsupervised, Valid driver’s license, Reliable transportation.

Double L Plumbing in Azle is looking for a young mechanically inclined individual to become a Plumbing Apprentice. Get the opportunity to learn a well-paying trade. Must have high school diploma, pass a drug test and have good driving record and clean criminal record. Please call 817-444-3100.

Wine and food pairing along with extensive cocktail knowledge an advantage. Only interested need apply in person at 1391 NW Parkway, Azle, TX 76020.

ONE ENTHUSIASTIC TELEMARKETER NEEDED. Paid training, part-time hours, 6:30A-1P, no weekends, smoking okay. Call Ms. Wright between 8A-Noon at 817-221-9222. EXPERIENCED CHEMICAL APPLICATOR - IMMEDIATE OPENING. Experienced Commercial Chemical Applicator needed. Knowledge of treatment for common lawn problems required. Some sales and customer service required. Must be clean-cut, honest, professional. TDA license a plus. Must have valid DL, SS# and a clean record. Compensation based on relevant experience. Classic Green, LLC 817-479-9503 or service@ classicgreen.com. Vance Godbey’s Restaurant now hiring Dishwashers & Caterers for part-time work. 817-237-2218. The City of Springtown is now accepting job applications for a fulltime certified Patrol Officer, $16.10/ hour. Vac/Hol/Ben. High School Diploma or GED and TX driver’s license required. Must be TCLEOSE certified. Applications may be obtained at City Hall, 102 E. Second St., Springtown, TX. E.O.E. Open until filled. Drivers: CDL-B: Great Pay, Hometime! No-Forced Dispatch! New Singles from Dallas to surrounding states. Apply: TruckMovers.com or 1-866-2248948. Maintenance Man needed for make ready and remodeling work on rental properties. 40 hours per week. Need to have own transportation with valid TXDL and liability insurance plus your own tools. Pay according to experience in painting, sheetrock, tape and bed, carpentry, light electrical and light plumbing. Please call 817-237-5463.

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EVENT STAFF NEEDED At Bumble Bee Occasions, we are growing and are looking for talented people to join our warm, friendly and highly motivated Busy Bee team! Our Busy Bees must have a cheerful outgoing personality and a smart appearance. Our desired candidates are team players with high energy and can-do personalities. You must have a passion for extraordinary customer service and a willingness to learn. Previous experience as wait or event/party/wedding staff a plus but not essential as full training is provided. Days of work will vary depending on events including Saturdays and Sundays, midday to midnight. Duties could include event preparation, greeting and assisting clients and guests, table service, setting up and clearing tables, kitchen preparation, post event clean-up and other related tasks. Must have valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and 18 years or older. Only those interested come by in person to apply at 1391 NW Parkway, Azle, TX 76020. C&C Machinist needed, mill and lathe. Springtown. Call 817-2201290 or fax 817-523-7111. Immediate openings for Pneumatic Frac Sand Drivers, 2 years driving experience with Class A. Will train for unloading trailer. Health & Life Insurance plus more. 940-433-3123; 817-996-9786. J-MAC TOOL, INC. is now hiring for day, night and weekend shifts: experience is required. Machinists: Boring Mills, Lathes, Quality Inspectors, Design Draftsman (Mechanical) Programmer Benefits offered. 401K, bonuses, overtime and health insurance. Please send applications to rmacy@jmactool.com or call 817-237-6309.

Classifieds

Deadline: 5:00 PM Monday

Hiring “Class A” Flat Bed Drivers and Frac Sand Haulers. 2 years of verifiable driving exp. $500 BONUS after 90 days, plus Benefits. 817-444-7711 • 817-444-7774

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NOW HIRING Automotive Technician $7500.00 SIGN ON Bonus for Chrysler Certification Competitive salary with paid holidays, vacation and continued training.

Karl Klement Properties, Inc. Foreman & Maintenance Helpers Must be dependable with good driving record, paid holidays, vacation and training. For consideration of all positions apply to:

Jodi Dusek, H/R Mgr. 605 N. Business 287, Suite 102, Decatur, Texas jdusek@klementford.com

940-627-6362

Outside Sales - Inside Assistant Full Time Qualified Person Must Be: • Dependable • Outgoing • Self-Starter Good Communication Skills Able to Follow Directions Have Reliable Transportation

Azle News The

To apply, Email: publisher@azlenews.net or Mail to: Azle News - Attn: Kim Ware 321 W. Main St., Azle, TX 76020 NO PHONE CALLS, NO DROP-INS, PLEASE.

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Class A CDL Drivers with 2 years experience Oilfield/Environmental Construction Transportation Paid Weekly, Insurance, Aflac, Paid Vacations and much more

Call Daniel 1-800-448-6323 Wise Regional Health System Affiliated with Baylor Health Care System

040 Home Improvement AZLE HOME REPAIR & REMODEL. No job too big; no job too small. 30 years experience. Contact Doug Batey 817-361-2361. Handyman Service, over 35 years experience for all your home needs call 817-907-2487. MANDO’S TREE SERVICE. Take downs, trimming, lot clearing, haul offs. Senior Discounts. Save Big Money! Call 817-808-2873. 20 year expert.

LOOK Vinyl Siding: Insulated Replacement Windows: Complete Remodeling Lowest Prices: Best Material Free Estimates: Since 1963 817-991-6815

For all of our available job opportunities, visit

Mr. Sweeps Chimney Cleaning Service

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Before you buy vinyl siding or windows, call Jimmy for a free estimate 817-444-5270; 817-2967567. allamericanhc.net. Keith Hays Construction Company. All types cement work, carpentry, roofing and metal buildings. 817-220-7201 Let my 40 years of experience work for you. Integrity and quality work at affordable prices. BOBBY MCWILLIAMS PAINTING 817-8216377. www.bobbymcwilliams.com. PAINTING, REMODELING, CARPENTRY. Home Improvement Special: $100 off any job of $1,000 or more. Painting, carpentry, sheetrock, storage buildings, porch covers, decks. 36 years experience. Call Bill Rosser now for a Free Estimate. 817-374-2566; 866-3743559. www.billrosserpainting.com. DEVIN’S HANDYMAN SERVICE. Carpentry, cement, rock, granite, tile, painting, siding, insulation, kitchen/ bath, roof/gutters, powerwashing, decks. SPRING SPECIAL: 20% Off w/this Ad! 817-629-9608. WILLIE SIMON TILE & WOOD. Shower, Tub Surround & Backsplashes. 817-366-4555. ROBERT’S HANDYMAN SERVICE. I do additions, kitchen & bathroom remodel, ceramic tile, foundation repair, painting, pressure washing, roofing, fencing and decks. Call for Free quote. 817-964-2562. WORKHORSE HANDYMAN SERVICES. Bathrooms, kitchens, roofing, remodels, mobile home repair and roof repair, well repair. Quality at a reasonable rate. 817-874-6109.

Keep your home safe. Call Parker/Wise County’s oldest chimney sweeping company, Mr. Sweeps

817-692-5624 ask for Doug

www.mrsweepschimneycleaning.com

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Exterior Painting Free Estimates

Steve Feltman Painting

• Interior & Exterior • Bed • Commercial Residential • Texture • Tape • Seal & texture • Sheetrock repair/replace • Remove old wallpaper/seal & texture • Pole fence painting • Pressure washing Cabinetry/Wood Work/Staining

Call Steve

817-800-9591

Chapman Carpentry Off-Duty Firefighter Professional & Dependable exterior & interior remodeling, patio covers, drywall repairs

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REMODEL & REPAIR HOME & BUSINESS

Many Happy Local Customers Since 1978

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FRIDAY, APR 4, 2014 - 6:00 PM Hwy. 281 N. - Stephenville (254) 646-3161 or 968-4844 On-Site EIA Test - $20

House Cleaning

T&M CLEANING. Cleaning done the way you want. 15 years experience, reliable, references. 817-333-8786. SERENE GREEN CLEANING. Residential & Commercial. All Natural & Safe Products, Family Owned & Operated, Insured & Bonded, Free Confidential Estimate. 817-602-1696. serenegreencleaning@live.com. Residential House Cleaning Service. Weekly & Monthly Rates, excellent references. Call for a Free Estimate 479-216-3675.

Your Cleaning Service Professional Cleaning since 1989 Phone hours: Mon thru Fri 7 am - 1 pm: 817-237-9848 PLEASE LEAVE VOICE MAIL

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Pool Service

Summer will be here soon. Is your pool ready? If not, call Gannon Swimming Pool Service 817-2303838.

060 Professional Services Affordable Handyman Services For Both Household and Automotive Maintenance and Repair, Call 682333-3839. SENIOR CARE PROVIDER. 30 years experience, have reliable references. Call 817-343-4652 or email nanadeb9@gmail.com. 24-7 NOTARY SERVICE. Call 817-374-3912.

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LANDERS PLUMBING CO.

Backgrounds Checked

Plumbing Repairs

Hospitality Guarantee “Your Way”

One time - Monthly - Bi-Weekly - Weekly, or as needed

Drains Cleaned

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Masonry Azle, TX ,L.L.C.

concrete

commercial • residential

Landscape Designs, Patios, Outdoor Kitchens, Retaining Walls, Mailboxes Free All Types Stone & Brick Work New Construction • Remodels Estimates

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Storage Buildings Built To Last!!! We build quality buildings at affordable prices. We’ll beat all competitors prices! 817-838-8634.

STORAGE UNITS 5x10 $25/month

Special! 6 Months ... $125 817-246-4646

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• Roofing • Windows • Attic Insulation • Painting

FREE ROOSTERS. 817-905-0335. Miniature donkeys for sale 817-2200292.

Menix Pet Lodge Where Pets are Pampered Climate Controlled Kennels Dog Runs, Large Yard

817-983-1435 Continued next column...

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Upholstery

QUALITY UPHOLSTERING. Free Estimates. Pick-up and Delivery Service. 817-727-6836.

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Wanted

Want to buy canoe or flat bottom boat. 817-406-4448.

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Well Drilling

Need a quality water well at a fair price? Also pump sales and installation. Kelvin’s Pump and Well Service, 817-221-4300.

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Dauenhauer Contractors, Inc.

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Welding

817-523-4137

WELD-DONE CONSTRUCTION LTD.

Metal Building Erectors

• Pre-engineered Weld-up • Barns/Shops • Arenas/Hangars • Fencing

1220 E. Hwy. 199 • Springtown

817-220-2150 www.weld-done.net owner Rodney Vick 817-220-3044 fax 817-523-7639 cell 817-253-1614

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ROOFING & METAL BUILDINGS 817-220-1794 817-304-4224 Tired of always replacing your roof? Call us for a metal roof quote.

We’ll be here after the storm. Roofing Continued next column...

Sand/Gravel

Driveway gravel, top soil, septic rock, tandem dump trucks. Grady Mansell 817-713-7495. HALF LOADS! Top Soil, Sand, Gravel, Compost, Tractor Work. 817907-7410 or 817-221-2125.

BEST DEAL

SAND • DIRT • GRAVEL Dozer and Tractor Work

TOP SOIL • ROADBASE • BRICK SAND DRIVEWAY GRAVEL • CRUSHED STONE (sizes ¼ inch up to 2 feet)

YOU CALL... WE HAUL

Jerry W. Mitchell

817-444-DIRT(3478)

Springtown area: 3 acre gravel lot for lease. 817-657-5682. Professional Office Space For Lease. 800 sq. ft., 1230 E. Hwy 199, Suite 104, Springtown. 817-220-2150. FOR SALE OR RENT: 6,700 sf office/warehouse at 1750 N. FM 51, Springtown. Several offices, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, large meeting room, warehouse area, loading dock, all on 1 acre. $169,000 or $1,600/mo. 817-220-5339; 817-7980891. 40x60 metal building on 1 acre for rent. 1661 E. Hwy 199, Springtown. $800/mo. $800 deposit. 817-3609318. 40x40 building with office and rollup door at Hwy 199 & New Highland Road, Springtown. 817-313-7821. 950 sq. ft. Building for Lease. Nice large restroom, Very well insulated. Located on FM 730 N. Lots of Parking 817-300-2928 Office Space for Rent. $450/mo. (approx. 550 sq. ft.) 116 S. Main Street beside Springtown Chamber of Commerce. 817-220-7828.

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FSBO: 3 BR 2 BA brick home on 6.5 acres with barn, 4 car carport, 18x30 gunite pool, 20x30 shop w/30x25 awning. FM 730 N. $230,000/OBO. 817-965-2156. BIG HOUSE ON PRAIRIE. 4 BR 2 BA 2 LA, Mini-Ranchette, acreage, $803 down $777/mo. EZ QUALIFY! 940-626-8066. KOZY KOTTAGE. New 3 BR 2 BA, privacy galore!!! Country kitchen, $500 down $620/mo. Hurry-Move In Now! 940-626-8066. 3 BR 1 BA fixer upper, large lot, carport, some upgrades done. Must See! 817-946-6787.

712 N. MaiN • SpriNgtowN

Will pay top dollar for grazing and hay leases. Call 940-389-1936.

Petting Zoo & Pony Rides for Your Family Events. 37 years of experience Call 817-629-6937 stewartta@gmail.com

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817-444-3292

Commercial & Residential

FOR SALE: 6704 sq. ft. lot in Azle (1908 Gale Drive). Has electric, city sewage, gravel driveway and includes gas lease royalties. 817237-5118.

40x50 building for rent 3 miles west of Springtown 817-713-7495.

Corner of Main St. & Locust • Azle

Roofing

Lots/Acreage

(817)221-2681

Metal Buildings · Pre-Engineered · Shops / Barns Arenas / Churches · Aircraft Hangars

Sell It In The Classifieds!

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Unimproved 1.74 acres For Sale or Trade, $12,000. Close to Springtown. 817-703-3754.

We go the extra mile to ensure you get more for your $. On House Pads, Driveways, Lot Clearing & Tractor Work, Etc.

Convenient Location

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Pets/Livestock

Local Breeder Selling Parakeets & Love Birds; Parakeet, Love Bird & Parrot seed and different size cages, plus millet spray. 817-715-2446, 9A-6P.

CALL Cliff Hall

Ash Creek Storage

“The Solution To All Your Plumbing Needs”

Miscellaneous T O U R I S M

Quality Family Business Since 1938

817-220-7972

U.S. Army Retired-but not tired! Careful moving-Cheap. Call Big Jim @ 817-237-5151.

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www.metalbuildingstexas.com

GFA/GRAHAM PLUMBING CO.

CommercialResidential Serving Springtown, Azle, Boyd, Weatherford Area

817-221-2472

NEW STORAGE OPEN! 8x8x48 to 8x8x53 containers, $200-$225/mo. 11475 FM 730 N., Azle. Call Darrell 817-308-6345.

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191 Monticello Dr. • Springtown

Innerspace Storage Hwy 199, Springtown. Now renting all unit sizes, 24-hour access. 817-6774050.

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Storage

Buying Cars & Trucks

We buy cars & Trucks Copper • Aluminum • CAns

Flooring Fencing Free Trimming Landscaping

Plumbing Sheetrock Roofing Remodeling

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Cell 817-308-6512 Home 817-444-3806 email alvarogsilva@verizon.net

New Construction Add On’s Electrical Painting

Recycling

Roll Off Container Service

Robert Burge

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Water Heaters

You’ll love the care you get!

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1350 Liberty School Rd, Azle

our pros may be out chasing fairy dust

We furnish Tools & Chemicals

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Carolyn’s Critter Sitter Pet Sitting Specialist Local References

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Mark Cozart 817-233-6668

COMMUNITY

Jeremy Cozart 817-237-2028

PLACE AN AD IN THE CLASSIFIEDS TODAY! 817-270-3340 817-220-7217

NEW HOME-WEATHERFORD, TX: Azle ISD, 4 BR 2 BA, 1,929 sf, $144,900, energy efficient, 42” cabinets, new appliances, 1 acre lot. FHA, VA, USDA or Owner FinancingWe Got It! 817-385-7892.

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NEW HOME-WEATHERFORD, TX: Dove Hill Subdivision, 4 BR 2 BA, 1,929 sf, $182,900, energy efficient, 42” cabinets, 2 car garage. Financing available-FHA, VA or Owner Finance! 817-385-7892.

084 Mobile Homes for Rent Units starting at $450/mo., trash service paid. 817-221-3112; 817235-2284. 3 BR 1 BA mobile home, $525/mo. + electric & propane, $500 deposit, CH/A, Azle ISD, no pets, $35 application fee. 817-744-7874; 817501-2238. PROFESSIONALLY REMODELED 3-2. 6 miles south of Springtown on FM 51, $600/mo. $300 deposit. 682551-0424; 682-559-1512. 2-2 SW, Springtown ISD. $575/mo. $350 deposit. 817-360-9318. 3-2 DW with carport, on 1 acre, Springtown/Azle ISD, $850/mo. $450 deposit. 817-360-9318. 2-2, Springtown, $750/mo. 817-2204095. PELICAN BAY: 1525 PARTIDGE, 2-1, $395/$300 deposit. Gene Thompson & Associates, 817-2464646. gtatx.com. Hablamos Espanol. 2 BR 2 BA singlewide with carport. Ready April 1st. $650/mo. 817-9259527. Pelican Bay: 1524 Partridge, 1-1, $295/mo. $250 deposit. S&R, CH/ window unit. Owner/Broker 817988-9954. Newly refurbished 3-2 DW, $1,020/ mo. $1,100 deposit, fresh paint, new carpet and laminate, nice. 817-8214426. 2-1 Mobile Home For Rent. 2 acres of fenced land for horse or garden. View of the creek, fishing. Located 1 mile east of city park, $500/rent $300/deposit. 817-713-3200.

MIDWAY MOBILE HOME PARK AFFORDABLE COUNTRY LIVING 2 or 3 bedroom mobile homes for rent. Also, RV lots & rentals and mobile home lots for rent.

817-221-2002 085 Mobile Homes for Sale TURN TO THE EXPERT In Financing Mobiles on Acreage & Land. Quick & Easy with No Credit Check or Qualifications. Any or No Credit. 817-994-3730 7 days til 11PM Pictures Available richardwhitetx@yahoo.com We buy used mobile homes with clear titles. K&P Homes, Inc. 817677-3446. TWO HOMES FOR SALE: 3-2 DW on 1 acre, great condition, fenced backyard, fireplace; 3-2 DW on 1.7 acres, fenced backyard, large concrete shop, corner lot, open concept. HELP WITH FINANCING. Call today 817-757-9388. Trailer for Sale. 3-2, 12’x75’, $2,700. MUST BE MOVED. 817-353-1503 or 817-694-0935.

NEW HOME-BOYD, TX: 3 BR 2 BA, 1,503 sf, $134,900, energy efficient, 42” cabinets, new appliances! Will help with financing! 817-385-7892.

Single Wide on 1 acre, 3 BR 2 BA, fenced w/gated entry, carport/ decks/shop. Springtown ISD. Owner finance, 15% down w/monthly payments. 817-694-3412 or 817909-2903.

NEW HOME-WEATHERFORD, TX: Peaster ISD, 4 BR 2 BA, 1,516 sf, $134,900, 1 acre lot, energy efficient, 42” cabinets, new appliances. Will help with financing! 817-385-7892.

RHOME, TEXAS: 4 BR 2 BA, 2,027 sf, $94,900, on 2.69 acres, FHA or Owner Finance. We will help with financing! 817-385-7892.

NEW HOME-WEATHERFORD, TX: Azle ISD, 3 BR 2 BA, 1,639 sf, $129,900, energy efficient, 42” cabinets, 1 acre lot. Will help with financing - FHA, VA or Owner Finance! 817-385-7892.

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GRANBURY: 3 BR 2 BA, 1,624 sf, $74,900, lots of trees. Will help with financing. FHA or Owner Finance, we can help! 817-385-7892. SPRINGTOWN: 3 BR 2 BA, 1,280 sf, $79,900, on 1 acre lot. We will Owner Finance! 817-385-7892.

Mobile Homes for Sale Continued next page...

K&P Homes, Inc. USED HOME SUPER CENTER 14x56 Fleetwood 2/1

Stk#7056

$15,900

16x56 Crestridge 2/1.5 28x56 Clayton 3/2 28x72 Homestar 4/2

Stk#1554 Stk#2054 Tape & Texture

$20,000 $36,900 $45,900

NEW HOMES - 2014 MODELS 16x56 Champion 2/2 28x68 Champion 4/2 32x98 Champion 4/2 · New, Used Repos · Mobile Home Insurance · Service After the Sale

Stk#0695 Stk#0444 Stk#2437

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817-270-3340 - Azle 817-220-7217 - Springtown 085 Mobile Homes For Sale WEATHERFORD: 3 BR 2 BA, 1,760 sf, $82,900, on 1 acre! Owner financing available or FHA loan! 817385-7892. WEATHERFORD: Horseshoe Bend near Brazos River: 3 BR 2 BA, 1,624 sf, $69,900. We will Owner Finance! 817-385-7892. SPRINGTOWN: 5 BR 4 BA, 2,120 sf, $89,900. Owner Financing Available! 817-385-7892.

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4-plex, 2-2, Azlewood, $695/$400 security deposit, WBFP, walk-in closets, box windows, large kitchen w/pantry, 1,100 sq. ft. 817-3603039. SPRINGTOWN APARTMENTS, 624 East 3rd Street. 2 bedroom 1 bath, clean, new carpet, $600/mo. includes water, trash service & basic cable, $500 deposit. 817-875-8406.

WAXAHACHIE: 4 BR 2 BA, 1,594 sf, $89,900, on 1 acre lot. FHA or Owner Financing Available! 817-3857892.

2 & 3 bedrooms, 2 bath duplexes, 1 car garage, fenced backyard, all appliances, all brick, great location. Stewart Bend Duplex Homes in Azle. 817-444-2362. www.stewartbend.com.

WEATHERFORD/PEASTER: 4 BR 2 BA, $89,900, 1 acre lot. FHA or Owner Finance Available! 817-3857892.

UPSTAIRS EFFICIENCY APARTMENT: 1 BR 1 BA, 900 sq. ft., no pets, $600/mo. plus deposit. 817-925-4343.

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Newer 3-2-2 located in Springtown. Nice brick home. Stained concrete floors, new paint. Ready to move into, $1,100/mo. rent, $1,100 deposit. 403 Summertree. 817-5014997 Kelly.

RV space with 20x20 outbuilding. Hwy 199 between Springtown & Azle. $300/mo. water & trash service provided. 817-360-9318. RV Spots for Lease, free wifi and water, $325/mo. plus electric. Call James 817-332-4442. PELICAN BAY: Mobile Home Lots for rent: 1708 GALE DRIVE, $155/ mo. $50 deposit. Gene Thompson & Associates, 817-246-4646. gtatx. com. Hablamos Español.

AZEL RV PARK

4-2 for lease, 1594 sq. ft., huge fenced in backyard, Azle ISD. $1500/ mo. Call for appointment 817-5993131. HOUSE FOR RENT. 1 bedroom, kitchen, DR/LR combination. 100 Shady Hill Road, 5 miles west of Springtown. 817-907-6159.

817-677-2160 Between Azle & Springtown

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Nice 3-2 with bonus room on 1 acre in nice quiet area. Brick, recently remodeled, has stainless steel appliances. NO PETS, $1,200/mo. with $1,200 deposit. Call 940-3933129, Owner/Agent. 2 BR 1 BA 1 Car Garage, fenced backyard, Azle ISD, $650/mo. plus deposit. 817-223-4355. 4-Plex, 3-1.5 at 6340 Midway Road. $675/mo. $675 deposit, $500 pet deposit, newly remodeled. For more info call 469-258-8118. 3-2 country setting, 1,400 sq. ft., 2 story on ½ acre, AISD, no smoking, no pets, $1,000/mo. $850 deposit. 817-221-3659. OAK HARBOR Charming Executive 3 BR 2½ BA Formal Dining Room, Study Gourmet Granite Kitchen Hardwood & Tile Floors Game Room Gazebo & Workshop Lake Access $2,200/mo. 817-444-1824 PELICAN BAY: 1904 PELICAN DRIVE N., 3-2-1, $735/$400 deposit. Gene Thompson & Associates, 817246-4646. gtatx.com. Hablamos Espanol. 1 BR house, stove & fridge furnished, no pets, water furnished, $500/mo. 817-296-6169.

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Duplex Homes For Lease 2 & 3 Bedrooms • 2 Bath • 1 Car Garage Stewart Bend Court, off South Stewart Street close to Cross Timbers Golf Course in Azle

(817) 444-2362

www.stewartbend.com

WATERWOOD APARTMENTS 500 E. 7th St · Springtown, TX 76082

Call Today! 817-523-4308 Rental assistance available with some units

* Energy efficient appliances * Playground

Starting at $443

Crestwood Apar tment Homes Apartment 525 Commerce St. 817-444-0030 Mon-Sat 9-6 • Sun 1-4 1, 2 & 3 Large Bedroom Floor Apartments Plans Pool • Water paid

Tiny Houses & RV Rental Covered & Uncovered Spaces

From $565/mo.

• Mail Service • Free Wi-Fi • Laundromat

Heritage RV PARK 817-444-3760

12667 FM 730 South • 1 mile south of Azle

RV Spaces by Day, Week or Month We now have Pull-Throughs!

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Texas Star RV Park Inc.

14504 FM 730 N. • 6 miles North of Azle • Large Lots RV Spaces by • Nice & Clean Day, Week or Month 30 amp - $325/mo. Laundry Facilities 50 amp - $350/mo. - Free Internet (Electric, Water & Sewer included)

817-946-4862 Tis the Season to Advertise in the Classifieds!

Call Today to get started!

817-270-3340 Azle News 817-220-7217 Springtown Epigraph

See the Dif f erence! 817-444-6122

519 West Main St. • Azle

CALL FOR ADDITIONAL SpeCIALS

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• Newly Remodeled • Friendly & Quiet Community • Laundry On Site

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(size restrictions and additional fees apply)

Call for appointment

817-598-0663

AZLE OAKS

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1 & 2 Bedroom Unfurnished Rent based on income. TDD:

800-735-2989 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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817-246-4646

Call the Run your ad in A zle News the Azle News 817-270-3340 and Springtown or Epigraph Classifieds Springtown Epigraph for 3 months! 817-220-7217

Pecan Acres RV Park Inc.

Large Shaded Lots Nice & Clean Electric, Water & Sewer included Laundry Room & Shower Facilities Wi-Fi

1 & 2 Bedrooms

Azle Creek Apartments

3 Month Special

• Free Wi-Fi • Paved Streets • Adult Park • Laundromat • Tiny Houses & RV Rental

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Rent Unfurnished

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Advertise with Us and Sell Your Car!

Call About Moving Your RV FREE • Large Spaces with Trees • Covered Spaces • Carport & Storage Building

NOW TAKING RENTAL APPLICATIONS For 1 bedroom Units

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Only $ 1995 What a Hot Deal! Your ad will have the pertinent info, a picture and a border around it.

Private Party & Dealer Vehicle Ads – Autos, RV’s, Tractors, Campers, Motorcycles, etc.

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

CONGRATULATIONS!

Class of 2014

REAL ESTATE

Real Estate Deadline Monday by 12:00 PM

817-270-3340 817-220-7217 511 W. MAIN ST. • AZLE 817-444-2555

attention:, Grandparents, Brothers, Sisters It’s time to recognize your special graduates in the Azle News/ Springtown Epigraph!

We wil l alway Congra s be there. Always tulations! Love,P Dream Hig h! ops & G ranny

Each office is independently owned and operated.

www.c21allianceproperties.com

AZLE AREA

GOLF/LAKE COMMUNITIES

12533 FM 730 S. - Handyman Special!! 4-2 situated on a little over 4 acres. Great project home. G 1528 Chaparral Lane - Fabulous doublewide with so DIN PEN3-2-2 much to offer. Newly upgraded with lake views!!! 110 Willow Ct. - LAND!!! 1.35 acres located on a cul-de-sac with other houses on the street. 916 Red Bud Dr. - Fantasic 3-1 home on great lot! Lots of trees! Bonus room could be 4th bedroom or office media room. 131 Westlake Ct. - Got to see to believe! Absolutely gorgeous. 5-4-4 with aprox. 3,641 sq. ft. and additional 625 sq. ft. guest quarters. Almost 1 acre with fabulous diving pool. Just blocks from lake. 916 Carpenter - Great investor home with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Bring all offers. 109 Walnut Creek - Looking to buy a home for rental property? This is it!!! Across from Azle High School. Contiguous commercial lot also available. 717 Madeline Ct. - Wonderful 3-2-2 full brick home just like new!!! Across the street from the lake and park. 809 Imogene Ct. - Santa Fe retreat! 3- 2-2 with inviting veranda in front. On over an acre of land. POOLVILLE & SURROUNDING AREAS

Ryan

ALEX

You’ve never stopped smiling! Have fun with life and take in every moment. Love your little sisterSuzy

COMMUNITY

1379 CR 4764 - Country living just minutes from town. ING Cute and cozy 2-1 P on E 5 acres. metal building. ND10x24

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Century 21 Alliance Properties has several Commercial Properties for your business needs. For a complete and upto-date detailed list of our commercial listings, please call the office or check out our website!

8844 Crosswind Dr. -Updated 2870 sq. ft. home. 4-3-2 with 2 master suites!! WBFP, hardwood floors, built-ins, etc. So much more to see!! 9951 Boat Club Road - Watch gorgeous sunsets with a 180 degree view G Mountain Lake. This unique DINEagle PENbeautiful from high on a bluff overlooking home situated in a park-like setting with over 50 large mature trees is perfect for entertaining. Lake water irrigates the approx. 2 acres with 200 feet of waterfront, private deep-water covered dock. 2 blocks from Fort Worth Boat Club. No city taxes or water bills! 7225 Denver City: - Wonderful 3/2.5/2 home on big corner lot. 8708 Hidden Cove: -3/2/2 ING2 LA & 2 DA. NDCountry! PinELake Inground pool & hot tub.

SPRINGTOWN AREA 340 Huggins Dr. - Great neighborhood. Won’t last long!! Remodeled in 2008, granite countertops, custom upgrades and great landscaping. 107 Knight Ct. - Beautiful 3-2 home on 1 acre with approx. 1925 sq. ft. Additional 600 sq. ft. shop with electricity. 7726 W. Highway 199 - 17.52 Acres of COUNTRY PARADISE! 4 bedrooms, possibly 5, 3.5 bathrooms. Secluded house sits far from the highway noise. 650 Newfield - Great 3-2-2 LD! home on over 9 acres with SOcountry barn & stock tank. 3051 Jay Bird Lane - Great 4-5 bedroom home on 1 arce. Bring your horses. 3 stall barn/tackroom. 213 Lake Dr.- Location! 3-2-2 w/large fenced backyard, open concept. 900 E. Reno Rd.- Unique property. Great investment. Duplex that has commercial potenial.

Jimmy Dickens 817-929-3481

Beth Dickens 817-929-3185

Deborah Cottongame 817-999-9026

Cally Winstead 817-688-9856

Frank Henderson 817-229-3287

Michele Holmes 817-723-9580

Bobby Dauenhauer 817-832-3469 Teresa Bobbitt 817-308-6911 Amy Soucheck 817-680-6015

Adam Jacobs 325-277-9498

Jeral Tipton 817-771-5944 Dana Burton 936-662-4237

noW SErving you in 2 locationS:

Dana Forehand 817-542-5793 Lee Roesicke 817-675-3702

801 E. Hwy 199, Springtown, 817-220-4663 · 1510 Santa Fe, Weatherford, 817-598-0988

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You can tell your special graduates how proud you are of them... in the special section “Class of 2014” to be published in the Springtown Epigraph May 22, 2014 and in the Azle News May 28, 2014.

Home Maintenance Tip: Test plumbing shut-off valves to ensure they are working and to prevent them from seizing.

The Bryants Co. 817-220-2021 You Have Alw ays Been A Star! No

w go and shine bright! Congratulation s Alyssa! Love Always, Dad , Mom, Eric & Cha

nce

Congratulate YOUR special graduate in the Azle News or the Springtown Epigraph! Additional Sizes Available! Call Johnna for details. 817-270-3340 ADVERTISING DEADLINE: MONDAY, APRIL 28, 2014 Price: $38.50

Fill out the form and mail it along with one photo of your graduate – OR – drop off the photo and form at the The Azle News The Springtown Epigraph 321 West Main Street – OR – P.O. Box 557 • 109 E. 1st St. Azle, TX 76020 Springtown, TX 76082 You may pick up your photo at the Springtown office after May 22, 2014 and in Azle after May 28, 2014. Your Name: ______________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________ Daytime Phone: ___________________________________________________ Example: We will always be there. Congratulations! Always Dream High! Love Pops & Granny Text for Ad: _______________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________

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Dana Bryant/Realtor 817-613-7189

3-2 Dw on 2.906 ACRes. Peaster ISD. $79,900 2-2 triplewide on 8.74 acres. Double horse barn, corral, pond and 24 x 24 workshop $137,500. 3-2 on .830 acres. Easy access to town. Older home on nice wooded lot.

CommeRCiAl RentAls! Azle Pkwy CenteR neAR Azle hosPitAl 1,980 sq.ft. $950/mo

lAnD 13.58 ACRes inside city limits. Excellent and convenient location for business. $155,000 1 ACRe restricted lot on cul-de-sac. $18,500 1.26 ACRes on restricted cul-de-sac. $18,500 13 ACRes, WILDLIFE EXEMPTION! $97,500

4.510 ACRes with water, septic and electric, ready for your home and $950 deposit animals! Slidell ISD. $42,500

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