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Archive for April 2015

West Texas Tribune Presents the Candidates Krietler

It is indeed a pleasure for the West Texas Tribune to present a discussion from the candidates in their own words. We hope that their responses to the questions will help you make an informed decision.Please study the candidates and then vote. Make your voice heard and make your “Dollar Count.” The individual that wins…

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Athletes’ illnesses bring fans back to unfortunate reality

By: Marc Nettles I remember sitting in the living room and watching sports highlights with my father as an eight-year old kid when the programming took a noticeably more somber tone. Hank Gathers, a 6-foot-7 senior forward at Loyola Marymount, had collapsed after throwing down an alley-oop – just as he had done thousands of…

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West Texas Tribune Presents the Candidates Spano

By Floyd MillerIt is indeed a pleasure for the West Texas Tribune to present a discussion from the candidates in their own words. We hope that their responses to the questions will help you make an informed decision.Please study the candidates and then vote. Make your voice heard and make your “Dollar Count.” The individual…

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SHOW TIME

By: Jack Walker, WTT Sports Editor with Keevan LucasIn late March, It’s roughly “TWO”. 2AM or 2PM. Although it’s a matter of twelve hours in time, right now, ‘2’ doesn’t matter. Juggling a 14-hour schedule in the classroom, at 2:00 AM, an incoming junior wide-out for Tulsa and Abilene High graduate, Keevan Lucas is studying…

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Stars on the Field and The Big Screen

By: Floyd Miller What does Jerry Jones, of the Dallas Cowboys, Demetrius Earthly and David Samaniego Jr. have in common? The three of them are owners of a football team. Jones; the Cowboys, Earthly and Samaniego; the West Texas Scorpions. Mr. Sotonye Smith, serves as General Manager for the Scorpions. The Scorpions were founded by…

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Is Your Company’s Supply Chain Solid Enough to Survive a Disaster?

Get business continuity tips at a free webinar hosted by SBA & AgilityBy: Kim HobgoodWASHINGTON – Most organizations know supply chain vulnerability poses a threat to their operations, yet few take proactive steps to mitigate that risk. Businesses can protect against costly shutdowns by establishing a solid and far-reaching supply chain. And even if your…

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Amber Blogs It All! “Beauty Starts on the Inside”

By: Amber MonroeWix.com/BeautyByAmber/MobileLast month I had the pleasure to sit down and visit with a young and upcoming community advocate in Ft. Worth, Ms. Nicole Woolridge. Nicole and I met at the launch gala for her new organization called So BeYOUtiful. So BeYOUtiful was created by Nicole out of her own life experiences in dealing…

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What Have You Learned Lately??

Da’Cipher 360 Youth and Adult Peer Support and Ministries Marilyn Miller – Executive Director MS. Ed. We are continually learning even though we are not thinking about learning. This process starts at a very young age. Some of the information is tucked away in our minds and it resurfaces when it is needed. Once you…

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The Brief: Oil Prices Are Falling Again

By: John Reynolds, The Texas Tribune | March 17, 2015 The Big ConversationOil prices are falling again with worries growing anew that the price per barrel might dip below $40.West Texas Intermediate crude fell to $43.88 per barrel, its lowest price in six years, reported Collin Eaton and Robert Grattan of the Houston Chronicle.Andy Lipow,…

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