In a 6-0 vote, Mineral Wells City Council on Tuesday evening issued a reprimand to Mayor Christopher Perricone after an independent investigator found three of 13 identified complaints against the mayor violated the city's charter.
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Parker County Sheriff’s Office assisted Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal Investigations Division and several agencies in arresting nine people in connection with an illegal horse racing track, often referred to as “brush tracks.”
Parker County Sheriff’s Office investigators from three divisions executed a search warrant in the 5000 block of Upper Denton Road Thursday evening, which resulted in the arrests of Colton Wayne Lackey, 20, and Amanda Nicole Fuller, 34.
Two former Parker County Precinct 4 employees have filed discrimination complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after they were terminated by Commissioner Steve Dugan last month.
Area residents had the opportunity to learn about becoming U.S. citizens and even fill out citizenship applications as local organizations joi…
Two priests with ties to Enid and Northwest Oklahoma are among 11 priests found to have faced substantiated allegations of sexual abuse of minors, in a report released Thursday.
Weatherford residents at 19 different locations celebrated National Night Out on Tuesday evening.
As an alleged charter violation probe against Mayor Christopher Perricone moves ahead, complainant and Mineral Wells City Clerk Peggy Clifton requested a fair and swift process to protect her from what she claims is ongoing harassment by the mayor and his supporters.