Substation opens in Coyle Substation opens in Coyle

Pictured above, a substation recently opened in Coyle, joining stations in Mulhall and the Oakcliff Fire Station.

 
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  • Substation opens in Coyle Substation opens in Coyle

    Pictured above, a substation recently opened in Coyle, joining stations in Mulhall and the Oakcliff Fire Station.

     
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  • Flocks are gathering Flocks are gathering

    Pictured above, a flock of geese made their way to Mineral Wells Park yesterday morning, as the pond continues to fill up with water since construction crews repaired the drain just a few weeks ago. 

     
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  • Heat and humidity bring more patients to Mercy ER Heat and humidity bring more patients to Mercy ER

    Pictured above, emergency room director and physician Dr. Bill Worden says the ER has seen an increase in heat-related sicknesses. Stay out of the heat, and stay hydrated is the best advice to stay out of the ER.

     
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  • It’s a jungle at Vacation Bible School It’s a jungle at Vacation Bible School

    Congregation members of Seward Baptist Church, 4801 W. Seward Rd., are experiencing quite a different look for the church’s interior. The Vacation Bible School group has completely remodeled the lobby and altar of the church to fit the summer theme of “Jungle Safari.” VBS Director Tammy Perigo says the décor has been a project weeks in the making. Event organizer and decorating mastermind Denise Austin says, “It’s so much work every year but the kids love VBS so much that it’s all worth it.” In the lobby, the children constructed a safari Jeep made entirely from cardboard, including the wheels. The Jeep looks so real, Austin says a family asked if could be taken out for a ride. The ceiling looks like a jungle canopy, with vines and leaves made from old sheets.

     
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