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GOSHEN — God may work in mysterious ways, according to the old adage, but the head of a local church believes God clearly answered prayers to the benefit of a Goshen woman.

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Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease

City approves purchase of new splash pad

Mass murderer Charles Manson hospitalized

Gunfire was continuous, witness said

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WCS Lions win big, advance

The Weatherford Christian School Lions (3-8) advanced past the area round of the TAPPS Six-man Division II playoffs Saturday with a 80-30 victory over Amarillo’s Holy Cross Academy (4-6).

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Big 12: Is Friday Kingsbury’s last stand at Texas Tech?

Seals set to participate in third International Bowl in Janurary

Ladycats fall in state semifinals to Leander Rouse

Aledo decimates Rider 72-13 to open playoffs

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Daniel Ray Brown

Dusty and Sarah Brown are the proud parents of a baby boy, Daniel Ray Brown.

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Blades celebrate 70 years

Chris and Elizabeth Smith wed

Rees’ 50th anniversary

Landrum-Herndon announce engagement

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6 scenarios for GOP disaster in Moore race

“Given the unusual circumstances and very unusual personality involved, it’s hard to see this working out well,” one laconic Republican lawmaker said recently of the Roy Moore situation. The Alabama Senate race is shaping up as a catastrophe for the GOP, regardless of how it works out. But j

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Being by one’s self has its perks

Election battle looms in Illinois

Roy Moore is pure Steve Bannon

The girl who sold books

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Event educates public on owls, hawks, kestrels

A shopping outlet wouldn’t typically be a place of residence for kestrels, owls and hawks, but they managed to captivate general public spectators, Nov. 18 at the Wild Bird Center where the store partnered with the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center for an educational Birds of Prey event.

Austin Shepard, Dual Reyish lead Futurity after first go

Hall of Fame trainer and rider Austin Shepard can be counted on to show up at the National Cutting Horse Association Triple Crown events with a talented horse capable of being in the mix for the championship.

Christmas tree, nativity scene erected

Parker County’s 32-foot-tall Christmas tree went up over the weekend as crews worked to create the county’s Christmas scene in the parking lot owned by the county, off York Avenue adjacent to the square.

Sheriff seeks owner of WWII medal

Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler is hoping to return a lost World War II medal to its rightful owner.

Animal shelter gets $430K estate gift

A single donation boosted the Weatherford-Parker County Animal Shelter’s fundraising campaign by about $430,000 this week.

AISD begins filming board meetings

City issues tax notes for pool, radio equipment

High court could take on Texas prayer case

Pet of the Week – Butters

Event educates public on owls, hawks, kestrels

Sports

WCS Lions win big, advance

Big 12: Is Friday Kingsbury’s last stand at Texas Tech?

Seals set to participate in third International Bowl in Janurary

Ladycats fall in state semifinals to Leander Rouse

Aledo decimates Rider 72-13 to open playoffs

This Week’s Circulars

Gallery

San Francisco “lights up” for Christmas

Westin St. Francis and Grace Cathedral

PHOTOS: Parker County Veterans Day Parade 2017

PHOTOS: Homestead National Monument

Special Supplements

The Horseman November 2017

2017 Parker County Picks

2017 “Pink” Breast Cancer Awareness

2017 Parker County Football Preview

2017 Senior Living Tab

The Horseman Rodeo Edition

2017 Parker County Graduation

2017 Spring Home & Garden

Business Card Directory

2017 Vital Signs

2016 Aledo Bearcats State Champs

2017 Bridal Tab

Parker County Fun Map

2016 Peach Festival Tab

2016 Growing Places

Obituaries

MAXWELL, James Aug 7, 1920 – Nov 20, 2017

BAILEY, Beatrice Aug 5, 1925 – Nov 21, 2017

STACKPOLE, JoAnn

Opinion

6 scenarios for GOP disaster in Moore race

Being by one’s self has its perks

Election battle looms in Illinois

Roy Moore is pure Steve Bannon

The girl who sold books

Time to thaw the turkey

Around Texas

Lynda Housley State Farm accepting Toys for Tots donations

Lynda Housley State Farm at 1000 W. Second Ave. in Corsicana, is accepting Toys for Tots donations.

Reflections

A merry time planned for downtown Saturday

Tech Thanksgiving – Gadgets for cleanup

DPS: Don’t be a turkey on the road this Thanksgiving

Give thanks for our bounty

Good people in Huntsville help a record number of families with Thanksgiving dinners

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Good people in Huntsville help a record number of families with Thanksgiving dinners

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David Cassidy, 70s teen heartthrob, dies at age 67

(RNN) – David Cassidy, a singer who rose to major teen-heartthrob status in the 1970s with his starring role in TV’s “The Partridge Family,” died Tuesday after suffering multiple organ failure, his longtime publicist reported. He was 67.

Uber concealed data hack from 2016; 57 million customers affected

(RNN) – Hackers stole data from Uber in 2016 on 57 million customers and drivers, Uber’s CEO announced Tuesday.

TRAVEL COLUMN: A Veterans Day Visit to the National Prisoner of War Museum

An upcoming Veterans Day seemed the appropriate time for a visit to Andersonville National Historic Site, a unit of the National Park Service that serves as a memorial to America’s prisoners of war.

A Florida church has a warning for visitors: ‘This is not a gun free zone’

Signs on a 21-year-old nondenominational church caught national attention on social media after a senior pastor’s Instagram post was picked up by media outlets in the weeks after the Sutherland Springs shooting.

Church surprises driver with $3,700 tip

GOSHEN — God may work in mysterious ways, according to the old adage, but the head of a local church believes God clearly answered prayers to the benefit of a Goshen woman.

Charlie Rose suspended from CBS News, PBS after sexual harassment allegations

(RNN) – CBS News suspended and PBS has halted production of his show after eight women accused the journalist and TV host Charlie Rose of making unwanted sexual advances. Rose is a co-host on “CBS This Morning” and a contributor for “60 Minutes.”

Dozing after dinner? Don’t blame the bird

It’s almost Thanksgiving, and that means it’s time to eat — and time to nap. You may have heard that turkey is to blame for your post-Thanksgiving sleepiness. But although turkey does contain a chemical that makes humans want to curl up in bed, you can’t blame your sluggishness on the bird. Stuffing is the more likely culprit.





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