YardSmart seminar attracts gardeners, experts

A landscaping seminar held at botanic gardens covered a variety of topics including water conservation.

Saint Andrew Girl Scouts to send Soldiers a Taste of Home

The first grade Girl Scout Daisy Troop at Saint Andrew Catholic School sold over 1,500 boxes of cookies this year, 75 of which were sponsored to be sent to American service men and women.

Parents, kids learn healthy food options

Parents at Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center learned the steps to a healthy lifestyle through the program, “Healthy Food, Healthy Families,” a seven-wee

Tanglewood students participate in 'Artapalooza'

It was all smiles at Tanglewood Elementary on Monday, May 9, as students participated in the school’s Fine Arts Day, also known as “Artapalooza.”

Artapalooza allows Tanglewood students to observe and participate in visual arts

Court date reset for man accused of stabbing TCU senior

David Hidalgo, the man accused of killing TCU senior Stewart Trese last year, was scheduled to accept or decline a plea bargain this morning,...

Weekday football game to add to rush hour traffic

The TCU football game Thursday night may pose problems for commuters on University Drive.

A decline in children’s Sunday school attendance

Mary Larson is scared. She is afraid that children are not receiving the Christian education they need. And she is afraid her plea to kids, “You need God in you,” is not being heard.

The Steelers will practice in the 109, but that doesn’t mean...

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be practicing for the Super Bowl on TCU’s campus soon, but it definitely won’t be the best place for 109ers to see the AFC Champions.

T. Ross Bailey, TCU associate athletic director, said practices will

Fort Worth City Council votes in new rules for rental property...

 Editor's note: An updated version of this story can be viewed at  http://www.the109.org/government

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