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    FIRE DEPARTMENTCigarettes may be to blame for fires

    04/17/2014 11:38 AM CDT
    If you or someone you know smokes cigarettes, fire department officials want you to be aware of your cigarette disposal methods – especially as wildfire season ramps up. 
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    Kratky joins regional arson task force
    04/17/2014 11:37 AM CDT - Joshua Fire Marshal Joey Kratky will join an Arson Task Force to provide the city more assets to investigate fires and arson cases, and to prosecute those cases. Full Story

    City grants firm 1-year recruiting deal
    04/17/2014 11:35 AM CDT - The economic growth of Joshua will continue to be sparked through a partnership with the city and The Retail Coach. Full Story

    End near for $6.15M bond work
    04/09/2014 02:55 PM CDT - A five-year bond package is close to being retired.City officials expect to soon open bids and then begin construction on a Mountain Valley drainage project, the final phase in a $6. Full Story

    More parks in city's future?
    04/09/2014 02:53 PM CDT - A park could soon be coming to an area near to you.City officials are weighing options to identify land and funding sources to develop neighborhood parks, according to City Manager Paulette Hartman. Full Story

    Residents get hands-on insight through JFD's fire academy
    04/09/2014 02:51 PM CDT - Joshua Fire Chief Wayne Baker, left, instructs Emergency Services District Commissioner Gerald Miller on the proper rappelling technique used by firefighters. Full Story

    Gas leak forces evacuations
    04/09/2014 02:47 PM CDT - A gas leak caused by a company working on a home's sewage issues Monday forced evacuations of several residents near the site. Full Story

    YMCA making soccer pitch to youth
    04/09/2014 02:45 PM CDT - The first soccer league available for Joshua children ages 3 to 12 is officially underway.The Joshua Community YMCA spring soccer program allows children to stay in their hometown instead of traveling elsewhere to learn and participate in the sport. Full Story

    HB5 results in changes to JHS graduation plans
    04/07/2014 09:19 AM CDT - Incoming freshman in Joshua will see substantial changes in graduation requirements after the Texas Legislature’s recent passing of House Bill 5. Full Story

    Academy offers glance inside JFD
    04/07/2014 09:17 AM CDT - The second Joshua Citizen's Fire Academy began Tuesday with a new group of recruits ready to learn about the fire service. Full Story

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    This GM apologized for cursing out his opponents in front of a large crowd

    TORONTO Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri let loose a profanity about the Brooklyn Nets during a pregame address meant to pump up a group of fans outside Air Canada Centre before Saturday's opening game of the NBA playoffs. Several hundred fans gathered outside the Full Story