Elvis the dog needs a new home

Hi, my name is Elvis! They say I am a Plott Hound mix, approx 2 – 4yrs old, 70 lbs, fully vetted, neutered, current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea prevention and microchipped. I am potty trained and not destructive in the house.
I am a big, healthy boy with a goofy personality and they say I am smart cause I learn things quickly! I LOVE people, especially men! I am an energetic boy and would be a good running buddy for someone. I enjoy playing in water…I’m not particular, I like swimming pools and water hoses too!
I am looking for a foster or forever home where I can be an only pet . I never learned how to play with other dogs and my playfulness can be misinterpreted or put off by other dogs. I would love a yard with plenty of room to run. Because I am a big boy, I would do better with older kids.
I have been living in boarding since August and would really like to be part of a family again. If there a spot in your heart and home for me​ as a foster or family pet​
, please contact the nice people at Parker Paws, email parkerpawsrescue or call 817-694-5718.

Lewis-Moore signed again by Ravens

Former Weatherford Kangaroo Kapron Lewis-Moore is back with the Baltimore Ravens.

After being cut by the Chicago Bears just before this season, the defensive lineman is back with the team that drafted him in 2013.

Lewis-Moore was signed to the Baltimore practice squad earlier this week. He spent four years with the Ravens after graduating from Notre Dame.

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Lewis-Moore released by Bears

The Chicago Bears waived Weatherford High School graduate Kapron Lewis-Moore Tuesday, four days ahead of the official cut-down day for the NFL.

Lewis-Moore was signed by Chicago in the offseason after leaving his original NFL team, the Baltimore Ravens.

The defensive lineman was a standout for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, starting in the 2013 BCS National Championship Game. He has fought through several injuries, including year-long absences due to knee and achilles heel problems.

Fatality on 377 shoulder

At approximately 2:20 p. m. August 23, Texas Department of Public Safety Troopers investigated a two vehicle fatality crash in the 19000 block of U.S. Highway 377.

A 2012 Toyota Tundra pickup was disabled on the shoulder of U. S. 377 due to running out of gas. A 2015 Chevrolet Equinox was traveling south on U. S. 377 and, for an as yet undetermined reason, drifted onto the shoulder of the road striking the drivers side of the Toyota. The Chevrolet then left the roadway, overturned, and came to rest in the barrow ditch.

The driver of the Chevrolet, Charlotte Fott, 75, of Granbury was pronounced deceased at the scene. A passenger, Norman Fott, 77, was flown by air ambulance to Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth with undisclosed injuries.

34-year-old Diana Godfrey of White Settlement was inside the Toyota when it was struck and sustained undisclosed injuries. Two other passengers, a 15-year-old male and one-year-old female, who were inside the Toyota were not injured. Julia Ledesma, 65, of White Settlement was outside and in front of the Toyota when it was struck by the Chevrolet. She sustained undisclosed injuries when the Toyota struck her after being hit and was transported along with Godfrey by ground ambulance to Harris Methodist Hospital.

A second pedestrian who was outside the Toyota was uninjured.