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Going to the Stock Show? Here are the best ways to get there

Take in the sights, sounds and smells of exciting rodeo action, awesome food, shopping, livestock and equestrian competitions at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. Enjoy a smooth ride on your way to see the buckin’ broncs.

Posted Jan. 17, 2020

Two street segments to be renamed for Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta

The City Council voted unanimously to rename two Fort Worth street segments to honor a pair of civil rights icons. District 2 Councilmember Carlos Flores put forth the resolution.

Posted Jan. 17, 2020

Arlington Heights High prepares for centennial celebration

A celebration 100 years in the making is coming to Arlington Heights High School. There’s a proud tradition of Yellow Jackets making a difference locally and beyond Fort Worth.

Posted Jan. 17, 2020

Some utility account fees changing on April 1

Fees associated with some Fort Worth utility account services are changing on April 1. Most account and field services fees have not been revised in at least 10 years.

Posted Jan. 16, 2020

Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo is set to make history

A new era will dawn on Jan. 17 when the chutes bust open in Dickies Arena. The show’s mantra — Dream it, do it — personifies an extraordinary event for Fort Worth.

Posted Jan. 16, 2020

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  • Michelle Gutt
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    Office: 817-392-6248

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