Quote of the week:

“I find the regular guy can make it just fine if government will leave him alone, let him keep more of his money—and not take away his belief that it is up to him.”

— Dave Ramsey

Archive for June, 2013

  • EMSA Offers Soccer Player Development Program

    By Editor on June 29, 2013
    Eagle Mountain Soccer Association will be hosting the Challenger Player Development Program in spring 2013. Our goal at the Challenger Skills Academy is simple – to improve soccer players technically through our pyramid of player development curriculum. The program is structured to work on a range of essential soccer skills and designed to maximize touches on the ball. Players will PLAY […]
  • REMINDER: Mandatory “Stage 1” Water Conservation in Saginaw

    By Editor on June 29, 2013
    The Tarrant Regional Water District and the City of Fort Worth have initiated “Stage 1 Watering Restrictions”. The water district’s customers include Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield and the Trinity River Authority, which in turn sell water to other cities. The City of Saginaw purchases water from the City of Fort Worth and must follow their water restrictions. This means residential […]
  • Azle Area Church To Offer “GriefShare and DivorceCare”

    By Editor on June 29, 2013
    When divorce and death occured at same time for Lonnie Hamel, she found comfort from GriefShare and DivorceCare.  She realized that Azle area residents had to drive long distances for help.  After discussing the situation with Pastor John Hooser of First Baptist Church Castle Hills in Azle, he immediately arranged for GriefShare and DivorceCare to be offered at the church […]
  • “Inside Saginaw” the July City Newsletter is Online

    By Editor on June 29, 2013
    Inside Saginaw is a monthly publication produced by the City of Saginaw for the residents, business owners and visitors of our great community. Inside each issue contains important information about upcoming activities, programs and announcements that might be of interest to you. The City of Saginaw publishes the “Inside Saginaw” newsletter monthly. We hope you enjoy the newsletter and become […]
  • City of Saginaw – Soles 4 Souls Shoe Drive Results

    By Editor on June 29, 2013
      The City of Saginaw just concluded our 2013 shoe drive to benefit SOLES4SOULS® INC., the shoe charity, at the Saginaw Recreation Center.  From May 1 thru June 8, 2013, the City of Saginaw collected gently worn or new footwear and/or donations to ship the shoes to a person in need, whether they are victims of a natural disaster or […]
  • The Idle American – Out-smarted by Smart Key…

    By Editor on June 25, 2013
    Out-smarted by Smart Key… Commentary by Dr. Don Newbury    Introspection of retrospection should never be taken lightly. Generally, getting on with life is preferable to dwelling on what might have been. On rare occasions, though, it is profitable to re-visit bad decisions, declare intent never to make them again, and share details of painful experiences. Perhaps I can help […]
  • A workable fix for working immigrants

    By Editor on June 25, 2013
    June 10, 2013 When I was a kid I worked outside on the ranch from sunup until sundown. When my girls were old enough, they did the same thing. Working right alongside them was a handful of migrant workers who helped us with the hard and physical labor of running a successful cow-calf 
operation. These migrant workers weren’t just faceless […]
  • Houston’s Russo’s New York Pizzeria Targets Lake Worth

    By Editor on June 24, 2013
      Anthony Russo of Russo’s Restaurants wants to bring this to Tarrant County. by Celestina Blok Houston-based Russo’s Restaurants is set to open four locations each of Russo’s New York Pizzeria and Russo’s Coal-Fired Italian Kitchen across Tarrant County within the next three years, says founder Anthony Russo. “Attractive markets for us in Tarrant County are Southlake, Keller, Lake Worth […]
  • Tarrant County College to buy Bell Helicopter Alliance facility

    By Editor on June 24, 2013
      A. Lee Graham - Reporter FW Business Press Tarrant County College has announced plans to purchase Bell Helicopter Inc.’s military programs center at Fort Worth Alliance Airport. Acquiring the 161,000-square-foot facility will allow the college district to expand its aircraft maintenance programs already offered at its Northwest Campus. The district plans to occupy the facility in June 2014. As an […]
  • Storage King Helping DREAM PLAY Project with Silent Auction

    By Editor on June 24, 2013
      Silent Auction to benefit PROJECT DREAM PLAY Project Dream Play is raising money to build a playground that accommodates all children including those with disabilities in Saginaw, Texas.  Rummage & Craft Fair  Saturday June 29, 2013 9am-3pm  StorageKing, 8065 Old Decatur Road, Fort Worth, TX 76179 Vendors include: Jewelry by Linda Baker, Mary Kay, Scentsy, AVON, Thirty One, State Farm, […]
  • Northwest Tarrant Lions Club Quarter Auction Benefit

    By Editor on June 23, 2013
       Northwest Tarrant Lions Club * Quarter Auction Benefit Tuesday, June 25  6 p.m.  at the Lake Worth Multipurpose Center 7005 Charbonneau Road, Lake Worth, TX 76135 *  Fun and inexpensive way to shop local businesses. Bring your quarters! (coins) For information, call Rene’e Kolar at 817-237-9755 or Janet Spracklen at 817-717-5847 X 8562.   
  • Upcoming City of Saginaw Holiday Schedule – July 4th

    By Editor on June 23, 2013
    The City of Saginaw municipal offices will be closed all day on Thursday, July 4th to observe our country’s Independence Day holiday. However, the Saginaw Aquatic Center will be open from 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m.
  • “Super Moon” Arises

    By Editor on June 21, 2013
    There will be a “super moon” this weekend. It’s a weekend full of lunacy. The impending full moon, coinciding with the moon’s closest approach to Earth in its orbit, has become known as the “super moon.” In proper astronomical terms, this coupling is referred to as the perigee full moon. Our lunar companion travels in an elliptical orbit, which means […]
  • Blue Mound and the Town’s Representative are Baffled

    By Editor on June 19, 2013
    Officials in the North Texas town of Blue Mound and the town’s representative in the state House say they are upset and baffled by Gov. Rick Perry’s veto of a bill that would have made it easier for Blue Mound to gain control of its water system. Kate Galbraith reports: http://trib.it/18Xn0Xe  
  • Latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll

    By Editor on June 19, 2013
    Most Texans still see the nation as being on the wrong track, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. And the issue of political corruption and leadership is rising on Texans’ list of top problems facing the country. How would you have voted?
  • City of Saginaw Offers A Great Many Events For The Residents

    By Editor on June 18, 2013
    Calendar http://tx-saginaw.civicplus.com/calendar.aspx?   Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 26 27 28 29 30 31 01 Library Closed for Collection Development Project 4th Annual Run the Rails 5k 02 03 04 Teen Advisory Board Meeting City Council Meeting GED Classes with Aztec P12 Online Software 05 06 GED Classes with Aztec P12 Online Software 07 08 Teen Summer Program: […]
  • Chisholm Trail Volleyball Camp

    By Editor on June 17, 2013
    Chisholm Trail Volleyball AWESOME first day of Volleyball Camp! It’s not too late to invite your friends and family! Come on out!