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  • Peace, love and boxes of food 18 Jan 2019 03:05 Abilene Reporter News Awat Mustafa walked through the Global Samaritan Resources warehouse Wednesday, getting a glimpse of boxes of food that eventually will end up in refugee camps in northern Iraq. Mustafa already had seen similar boxes, with their messages of hope, peace and …
  • Wylie, Merkel girls join for Coaches vs. Cancer 12 Dec 2018 13:56 Abilene Reporter News Sports have a way of bringing the best out of people, and the Wylie and Merkel girls basketball teams did just that Tuesday night. When the Lady Badgers came to Bulldog Gym for the nondistrict game, they did so with pink warmup shirts for a cause. First- …
  • Former ACU President Teague remembered as winner 07 Dec 2018 23:24 Abilene Reporter News From sinking the winning shot for a state basketball championship to holding leadership roles at universities and Fortune 500 companies to expanding the campus and scope of Abilene Christian University, William J. Teague was a winner. Teague, a former …
  • Court Report: Overreaction to the NCAA's new NET rankings, timeline on Silvio De Sousa and the worst injury so far 28 Nov 2018 19:31 CBS Sports Last week we introduced a new weekly column that will provide insider information, interesting stories, videos, photos, stats to know, game picks and lots more. Read all about it here, in the first edition. This is the Court Report.  Monday's big …
  • Update for Friday, November 9, 2018 09 Nov 2018 22:56 Wise County Messenger Posted on November 09, 2018. MANHUNT PROMPTS SCHOOL LOCKDOWN – Decatur’s Intermediate School and McCarroll Middle School were briefly placed on lockdown Thursday afternoon at the request of the Decatur Police Department after a patient from a nearby mental …
  • Choices will be many at food truck festival 07 Nov 2018 08:08 Abilene Reporter News “Where do you want to eat out?” The answer to that frequent family conundrum will be easy on Oct. 6 at the first West Texas Food Truck Festival at Back Porch of Texas. With at least 15 food trucks slated to set their brakes at the outdoor venue, the fare …
  • Shaves, goals give United Way of Abilene smiles 02 Nov 2018 16:35 Abilene Reporter News The United Way of Abilene is reporting significant progress in its 2019 campaign. And kicking off one of its most noticeable and popular fundraising events. According to the organization, 73 percent of its roughly $2.1 million goal has been secured. …
  • Cruz says GOP turnout is crucial in election 28 Oct 2018 07:59 Lufkin Daily News NACOGDOCHES — Facing one of the closest Senate races in recent Texas history, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz on Friday stressed the importance of voter turnout by Republicans and courted Democrats and independents. The latest polls indicate Cruz holds a single-digit …
  • Abilene ISD bond 24 Oct 2018 18:44 Abilene Reporter News The total is staggering, $50 million more than the school bond election called in 2013. Five years ago, those residing in the Abilene Independent School District voted at more than 70 percent for an $88 million bond that allowed the construction of three …
  • Cruz, O'Rourke prepare to sprint to the finish 22 Oct 2018 17:41 Abilene Reporter News The candidates for a U.S. Senate seat from Texas are a study in contrast. Wochit With early voting starting Monday, the most-watched midterm campaign in Texas, and perhaps in the nation, will likely end with both candidates throwing punches, experts say. …
  • Andrews remains healthy, cruises from start to finish 22 Oct 2018 17:23 Lowell Sun Online Baystate Half Marathon runners make their way past LeLacheur Park after crossing the Ouellette Bridge on Sunday morning in Lowell. This was their first of two loops. SUN/DAVID H. BROW LOWELL -- Tyler Andrews arrived at the starting line for his first …
  • Abilene native, 'Whorehouse' writer Hall dies 22 Oct 2018 14:50 Abilene Reporter News Abilene native, singer and songwriter Carol Hall died Thursday in New York City. She was 82. According to the Hollywood Reporter, she struggled with a rare form of dementia the past three years. The daughter of late Abilene mayor Elbert E. Hall, she is …
  • Book festival honors 'Book Guy' Glenn Dromgoole 22 Oct 2018 14:50 Abilene Reporter News When Glenn Dromgoole worked on the first West Texas Book and Author Festival in September 2001, he had no idea that, one day, he would be its top honoree. Seventeen years later, he is. At this year's event, now known as the West Texas Book Festival, …
  • David Sanders' impact went beyond Graham ISD 13 Oct 2018 00:44 Times Record News David Sanders was very connected with Graham High School with 23 years of service there. But when Sanders passed away last month, at the way-too-early age of 53, it hit home all across this area. There aren’t a lot of sports fans around this area who haven …
  • Women’s soccer wins its own battles, features fundraiser for others in need 08 Oct 2018 23:55 Echo The UCA women’s soccer team (8-3-1, 3-1 SLC) fought last weekend  to win games that they hoped would prepare them for the Southland Conference tournament in October, and raised money for childhood cancer awareness. On Sept. 28 the Bears played against …

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