UPDATE

Decatur ISD trustees take no action on Whitis’ contract

At her request, Decatur ISD trustees took no action on the contract of Superintendent Judi Whitis Monday night.

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Probation given in fatal wreck case; Woman pleads to criminal negligent homocide Work of local deputy stops kidnapping Defending champs: Bulls beat Argyle for fourth straight district title
 
Probation given in fatal wreck case; Woman pleads to criminal negligent homocide

Probation given in fatal wreck case; Woman pleads to criminal negligent homocide

The mother of a teenage driver involved in a wreck that killed a child in July 2017 on Greenwood Road pleaded guilty to criminal negligent homicide Wednesday.

Work of local deputy stops kidnapping

Work of local deputy stops kidnapping

Wise County Sheriff's Office Deputy Joseph Baker's intuition told him something didn't add up with a story told to him by a female driver during a traffic stop Feb. 13.

Defending champs: Bulls beat Argyle for fourth straight district title

Defending champs: Bulls beat Argyle for fourth straight district title

In the 63rd minute of Tuesday night's decisive District 7-4A match, Argyle sneaked a goal past Bridgeport keeper Jason Espinoza to take a 2-1 lead.




NEWS HEADLINES

Probation given in fatal wreck case; Woman pleads to criminal negligent homocide

Published Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Brian Knox

The mother of a teenage driver involved in a wreck that killed a child in July 2017 on Greenwood Road pleaded guilty to criminal negligent homicide Wednesday.

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Welcome to town: Annexation of future subdivision complete

Published Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Richard Greene

The 153 acres on Cemetery Road for the future Spring Hill South development is now officially in the Boyd city limits.

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Work of local deputy stops kidnapping

Published Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Richard Greene

Wise County Sheriff's Office Deputy Joseph Baker's intuition told him something didn't add up with a story told to him by a female driver during a traffic stop Feb. 13.

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From Carnegie Hall to Wise; Violinist named artist in residence at WCWC

Published Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Brian Knox

An instructor at Weatherford College Wise County who recently finished first in a national music competition was given a rare honor Thursday.

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SPORTS HEADLINES

Defending champs: Bulls beat Argyle for fourth straight district title

Published Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Reece Waddell

In the 63rd minute of Tuesday night's decisive District 7-4A match, Argyle sneaked a goal past Bridgeport keeper Jason Espinoza to take a 2-1 lead.

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Ingram inks with Howard Payne

Published Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Reece Waddell

Bridgeport senior Delaney Ingram signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Howard Payne University Thursday morning.

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OUR OPINIONS

All Around Wise: Spreading the good news


Published Saturday, March 23, 2019 | By Richard Greene

I'm starting off a little newspaper nerdy, but bear with me. Each October as a periodical, we are required by the U.S. Postal Service to publish a statement of ownership. As part of the statement, we must include our circulation numbers. It's usually the last time that number is seen in print for a year.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Silent Spring

Published Saturday, March 16, 2019
By Ken Hughes

When I was a youngster, I remember reveling in the spring season. I remember songbirds everywhere in uncountable numbers and hundreds of flying insects circling porch lights or streetlights and impacting on car windshields.

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Officials err in release of list

Published Saturday, February 9, 2019
By Janet Akers-Amos

Purging the voter rolls of naturalized citizens is one way to stay in power, but a more ethical approach would be to offer policies and ideas that appeal to younger voters, naturalized voters and other voters who are not happy with slave wages, skyrocketing healthcare costs, and ridiculously high property taxes.

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