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Friday, December 4, 2020

Tarleton State eyeing campus in southwest Fort Worth

Tarleton State University’s plan to build a campus in southwest Fort Worth hinges on a $55 million request to the Texas Legislature.

The money for the campus is included in a 

Fort Worth Starbucks weigh in on closing of 8,000 stores for preventive discrimination training

Starbucks Corp. responds to controversy over an incident at a Philadelphia Starbucks location with preventive training for discrimination.

Fort Worth native stars in Super Bowl commercial

Fort Worth native Bryan E. Wilson graduated from Paschal High School before attending Texas Tech for both his undergrad and law school.

Fort Worth Board of Education names new superintendent

Kent Scribner will be named superintendent of Fort Worth ISD schools after 14 months of searching.

UCC celebrates Bach in marathon concert

As the holidays draw near and the calendar year comes to a close, University Christian Church is celebrating by bringing the music “Bach&

Party in Fort Worth's district five promotes longevity and health

The Blue Zones project and Fort Worth City Council bring healthy food and activities to district five.

Bluebonnet Place, Blue Zones Project to host free concert in park

Members of Bluebonnet Place Neighborhood Association are working to improve Bluebonnet Circle Park. The first step to doing so? A free concert in the park.

Davis and Shelton to debate at TCU


TCU Tailgates in The 109

TCU tailgaters cause trash, noise, and parking problems for residents of the 109.

Historical harvest

Family members of all ages can bond at Fort Worth’s Log Cabin Village, whether they are thrashing wheat together for fall harvest or dipping candles for the winter season. The village, dedicated to explaining frontier history holds various family

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