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Social media expertise pays off for ACU grad Ryan Cantrell

By Rowdy Riggins, June 6, 2019 Many young men grow up dreaming of playing in the major leagues. While most do not make it, ACU alumnus Ryan Cantrell (’11) is doing the next best thing. Cantrell, a Fort Worth native who earned a degree in broadcast journalism, works for the Texas Rangers as a social media coordinator where he…

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The Number One Stunner: GOAT Simone Biles Becomes 1st Person in History to Land Double-Double Dismount

Anne Branigin Here it comes: your regular reminder that Simone Biles is the most dominant athlete alive—and, at 22, the Greatest Gymnast of All Time. Biles made history again this weekend at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Kansas City, Missouri, where she became the first person ever to land two twists and two somersaults coming off the…

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Indeed a Juneteenth Celebration

On June 19, 2019 at G.V. Daniel’s Center was the place to be. No whiskey, wine, beer or drugs, just a plane ole people get together and neighborhood reunion over good BBQ, drinks, fresh air and wholesome conversation. People from all walks of life, different churches, and skin tones were there. Of course, duty called…

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Abilene’s Juneteenth Celebration

Throughout the years there have been Pastors who have taught bible study at G.V. Daniels Center. Their efforts are greatly appreciated. However, currently every Wednesday the bible study group is being taught by Pastor James Webb. Even though the teaching of God’s word has touched and enriched the lives of those attending, last year God…

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American Bio

American Bio (Editorial)This article was first published July 4th, 2015. As we watch the celebration in Washington, DC this evening we might want to reflect on this article. Are we as a nation moving closer to Christianity or Country?My Flag, My Country, My Gun, My Constitution, My Bible, My Christianity. I believe that it’s time…

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Red Cross Provides Tips to Keep Everyone Safe on July 4th

ABILENE (July 1, 2019) —The American Red Cross wants everyone to have a safe and fun July 4th holiday and offers several important safety reminders. BARBECUE SAFETY Keep perishable foods in a cooler with plenty of ice or freezer gel packs. Don’t leave food out in the sun for prolonged periods. Wash your hands before and during…

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What They Are Posting!

The West Texas Tribune would like to share some post from social media that maybe helpful. I am receiving the best that Life has to offer me, this will only continue to get better and better. Shared by Kinetic Kids It’s time for new beginnings. So much is clearing out of your life. New energy…

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