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NAACP Chapter Coming to Abilene

The local chapter of the NAACP is in the process of being reactivated in the City of Abilene. The NAACP had a presence in Abilene for many years. When Petty Hunter, the president, became ill several years ago, the chapter lost its charter. Dr. Baker and Mrs. Lydia The reactivation drive is being spearheaded by ...

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My Brother, My Friend, Big Heart, Christian Man Reflections by Randy Scott

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Odis Dolton – Chief Social Worker

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Social media expertise pays off for ACU grad Ryan Cantrell

By Rowdy Riggins

By Rowdy Riggins, June 6, 2019 Many young men grow up dreaming of playing in the major leagues.…

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By Ray Warmsley

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Odis Dolton, A Legend, A Community Leader, A Humble Friend By Rev. Andrew L. Penns, Chairman – Interested Citizens of Abilene North

By Rev. Andrew L. Penns

A reflection of Odis Dolton during his tenure working as Vice Chairman of (I-CAN), Interested Citizens of Abilene…

My Brother, My Friend, Big Heart, Christian Man Reflections by Randy Scott

By Randy Scott

Floyd: I would rather be doing a different interview than the one we are doing today, but because…

Odis Dolton – Chief Social Worker

By Kathy Barr

When Odis Debolancy Dolton III moved to Abilene from Greenville, MS to attend Abilene Christian College, he probably…

Putting a Dark Place in the Rear View Mirror

By Floyd Miller

If you were to look at the smile of Fred Morrell, you would just think everything was swell,…

Young boy uses birthday party to raise money for Breckenridge Fire Dept.

By Joey Hollingsworth

by: Joey Hollingsworth Posted: Aug 20, 2019 / 09:13 PM CDT / Updated: Aug 20, 2019 / 10:41 PM CDT BRECKENRIDGE, Texas…

Social media expertise pays off for ACU grad Ryan Cantrell

By Rowdy Riggins

By Rowdy Riggins, June 6, 2019 Many young men grow up dreaming of playing in the major leagues.…

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

By Anne Branigin

Anne Branigin Here it comes: your regular reminder that Simone Biles is the most dominant athlete alive—and, at…

Plastic bags are killing horses and cows across the state. What’s Texas to do?

By Lara Korte

A year after the Texas Supreme Court dealt a death blow to municipal bans on plastic bags, legislative…

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By Floyd Miller

Indeed a Juneteenth Celebration

By Ray Warmsley

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