Archive for 2012

Village Hairstyles moves to larger, modern salon; book appointments now for holidays

Exciting news from Village Hairstyles – they have moved to a larger salon! Just a few doors down from their old location, Village Hairstyles has moved to #117 in the Village Shopping Center, formerly home to Bei Capelli Salon. The new space is an open, modern salon which is a great home for Village Hairstyles! […]

Happy Holidays! Take advantage of great mortgage rates and start 2013 in a new home

Now is the right time to buy a new home! Sales of both new and existing homes are up, and the stage is set for a busy winter of buying and selling. Add to that further drops in interest rates (both for 15- and 30-year fixed mortgages and mortgage refinances) and strong consumer confidence in […]

Preserve your right to choose your healthcare in 2013, with Dr. Andy Gray

2012 has certainly brought its share of challenges and changes in healthcare, and not everyone agrees how your healthcare dollars should be spent. Many people feel that their choices are being taken away and are uncertain about their access to healthcare in general, specifically to the physician of their choice. For those who want to […]

Wolfforth requests community participation in water issues

The city of Wolfforth will hold a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. on Dec. 13 in the Frenship High School cafeteria on water treatment and the options the city has for obtaining new water sources. Mayor Charles Addington said he has planned the meeting as an informational opportunity for residents interested in finding out […]

Wolfforth Library director dies after long illness

The director of the Wolfforth Library died Monday evening after a long illness. Mayor Charles Addington confirmed that Andi Powers died Monday night. “Not only did I lose a friend, I lost a patient,” Addington said. He is also a physician in Wolfforth. Addington described Powers as a “vital member of the city staff,” noting […]

Wolfforth Council delays vote on water treatment

Wolfforth council members did not vote to build a water treatment center Monday night. Councilman Randy Gross told the council a proposal from Blaus Wasser has caused some delay. Gross said Vince Viaille, the city’s financial representative, wants to look into the Blaus Wasser proposal to finance the construction of a water treatment center for […]

Frenship churches schedule holiday events

Churches throughout the Frenship area will be celebrating the holidays with candlelight services, children’s plays and other special events. At The Springs Fellowship, the church kicked off the Christmas holidays last Sunday with a family Christmas musical called “Nativity: Lights! Camera! Action!” The musical was not a production that involved months of rehearsals; instead, children […]

Frenship High band students named to All-Region

Several Frenship High School band students earned All-Regional honors this past weekend at the Texas Music Educators Association All-Region auditions. Forty will move on to the next level of Area A auditions to earn spots in the All-State band. Tom SoRelle, FHS band director, said the Area A auditions in Abilene will include All-Region band […]

Wolfforth Police to shop with students in ‘Heroes’ program

Wolfforth police officers will shop with selected students from Bennett Elementary School on Thursday after school. Officer Jackie De La Garza said a Target representative contacted the Wolfforth Police Department and asked to take part in a program once known as “Shop With A Cop.” It is now known as “Heroes and Helpers.” De La […]

Wolfforth Library director will be missed

I was very sad Tuesday to hear that Wolfforth Library Director Andi Youngblood Powers, 34, died Monday night. I didn’t know Andi as well as I would have liked. Here’s what I did know: Andi loved to read and wanted everyone else to love it as well, especially your kids. She put a lot of […]