Why 2 Never Advertise 4 Ever Unless You’re Always Up 4 the Down. By: Jack Walker Let me pump this dream through you, people of Abilene Texas and surrounding cities and towns—especially the spectacular arrangement of folks that have never seen a community newspaper before. Community newspapers are free.  They cost you nothing and the…

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State Fair Classic moved to Globe Life Park this March By Demetrius Harper • Published February 22, 2021 • Updated on February 22, 2021 at 12:52 pm NBCDFW.com State Fair Classic in Fair Park moved to March 13, 2021 at Globe Life Field. The annual football game between Grambling State University and Prairie View A&M University typically held at the Cotton Bowl Stadium…

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Macee Hall, Communications and Content Strategy Assistant, Assignment Editor (ABILENE, Texas)–A portion of Hardin-Simmons University’s graduates relocate to far corners of the world, but many find their callings closer to home. Outside of Abilene, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex houses one of the densest HSU alumni populations in Texas and includes Rusty Oglesby, high school coach…

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BY RICK CLEVELAND, SPORTS COLUMNIST, JULY 23, 2019 When Greenville’s Wilbert Montgomery arrived at Jackson State in the summer of 1973, he found the running back position crowded with superstars galore. Walter Payton was a sophomore. Eddie Payton was a senior. Joe Lowery and Rickey Young, both future NFL backs, also were vying for playing time. Montgomery,…

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David Dean•Wed, May 18, 2011 LUBBOCK, TX-The Museum of TTU is pleased to present the exhibition, We Are The Ship: The Story of Negro League Baseball, original paintings by Kadir Nelson, on view June 5 through July 31, 2011, in the Balcony Gallery of the Museum, located at 3301 4th Street and Indiana Avenue, where…

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