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Archive for October 2017

AFTERMATH EUPHORIA: The Healing Power of American Past TImes

George Springer was short, scrawny and soon to be a ten year- old 4th grader just starting to get into little league baseball in New Britain, Connecticut.Meanwhile it was the Spring of 1999 when Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold made their way through the hallways of Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado and wrinkled landscapes…

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Jerry, Cowboys and Mayfield: Nothing To Frown About ?

Sports Burpies via Media Mega Man WTT HEADQUARTERS -Although oddsmakers are never the most accurate of oracles in terms of forecasting futuristic outcomes- make absolutely no mistake about it- if any smile is a sure fire success as predicted from start to finish it would belong to Oklahoma Quarterback Baker Mayfield. The senior signal caller…

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Three Simple Steps that Can Help You Achieve Your Financial Goals

Three Simple Steps that Can Help You Achieve Your Financial Goals Americans have mixed emotions around financial planning, a new study suggests. But setting specific goals can help you achieve the financial outcomes you want. Forty-eight percent of individuals with specific financial goals say they expect to be in a much better place in the…

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Leon Petty honored at recent Chamber of Commerce Ceremony

By Floyd Miller Leon Petty, owner of Leon Petty Insurance, was honored with the longevity award which was presented by the Abilene Black Chamber of Commerce. Petty has been a member of the Chamber for 40 plus years and a majority of that time has been as a board member. In accepting the award, Petty…

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The Fragile and Brilliant Evolution of the West Texas Tribune

The Fragile and Brilliant Evolution of the West Texas Tribune.By: Jack WalkerIt was a voyage that couldn’t have been more meaningful. The mania that was then, is now and ever shall be – the Texas Weather- was just getting started again. It was a rare and seemingly far forsaken sentiment of a true dreamer that…

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Throwback Of the Week: Racial Profiling in the Key City

Racial ProfilingBy Stan StandridgeChief of PolicePursuant to Code of Criminal Procedure 2.132, the Department has a policy that prohibits racial profiling. Racial profiling is defined as a law enforcement initiated action based on an individual’s race, ethnicity or national origin rather than on the individual’s behavior or on information identifying the individual as having engaged…

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