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Wilhelm Named Outstanding Supporter at Black Chamber of Commerce Dinner

Judy Wilhelm, Director of the Texas Tech University Small Business Development Center was named Outstanding Chamber Supporter of the year. Floyd Miller, Chamber Board Member said “Judy has an effervescent spirit, she is caring, compassionate, confident, and competent and community centered.” Wilhelm was surprised to receive the award but, was happy to receive it. Reverend…

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Beyond Charity-Dealing with the Edge of Poverty

The Capital Campaign of the Christian Service Center of Abilene, Inc. kicked off with a fund raiser dinner that featured a panel trying to answer questions on how to deal with poverty. The panelists represented organizations dealing with rehabilitation, mental and physical health, Law Enforcement, local business, educators and the schools. The first concern asked…

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The Eclipse

My daughter came running into the house yelling “It’s started, It’s started” and there it was. A solar Eclipse was occurring.Here are some tips for viewing an eclipse Do not look at any solar eclipse with your bare unprotected eyes. It will damage them.The best way to view it is to look through heavy, heavy…

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Texas has record number of registered voters for Nov. 4th Election

AUSTIN — Texas Secretary of State Nandita Berry announced that a record number of 14,025,441 Texans are registered to vote. “I am pleased to announce that Texas has more registered voters than ever before, and we are working to make sure each voter has the information they need for a smooth, secure and successful election…

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Ever been to a Red Carpet Film Premiere before? If not, perhaps it’s because since such events are usually “by invitation only” that you, like the rest of us have never been invited. Sigh!Well consider this your “red letter day” and invitation to The Big Country Red Carpet Premier of the film, Eternally Deceived, a…

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