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Bill Baker, Korean War POW and advocate for veterans, dies at 82

Special to the Current William E. “Bill” Baker, a Korean War veteran who was held prisoner and became a public speaker and advocate for better treatment of all veterans, died…

City council to consider Heritage Park trade, appoint mayor pro tem

City council to consider Heritage Park trade, appoint mayor pro tem

By Kathryn Jones Editor The Glen Rose City Council will tackle a full agenda at its next monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, including discussion and possible action to trade…

Master Gardeners June 10 program focuses on solar and wind power in the garden

Special to the Current The Somervell County Master Gardeners’ monthly “Community Horticulture Education Series” will focus on “green energy” in the garden during its next program on Monday, June 10.…

Brazos River Authority manager: We are not lacking in oversight, accountability

Brazos River Authority manager: We are not lacking in oversight, accountability

  Phil Ford General Manager/CEO, Brazos River Authority During the current legislative session, there has been quite a bit of discussion regarding oversight and transparency as it relates to local…

Expert who helped transform downtown Fort Worth to lead forum on Glen Rose revitalization

Expert who helped transform downtown Fort Worth to lead forum on Glen Rose revitalization

Special to the Current Ken Devero, retired urban planner and former president of Fort Worth, Inc., will speak in Glen Rose on Thursday, June 20, at a forum to discuss…

Sandra W. Reed’s Life Care Planning: Capacity challenges to wills and other estate planning documents

Sandra W. Reed’s Life Care Planning: Capacity challenges to wills and other estate planning documents

Jan Jones has suffered a mild stroke which has left her confused at times. ¬†She is mentally alert and has recovered her ability to speak, but she cannot always get…

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