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Tomorrow 10/31/2020

Floyd Miller I believe that tomorrow will come, I am speaking of November 4th 2020. It is a day that will bring joy to some and sorrow to others. This will be based on which candidate wins the Presidency. I suppose for those on the “losing” side they may feel hopeless and bitter and for ...

San Angelo’s “Bridge Connection” Celebrates Community Service

By By Sherley Spears, Editor, West Texas Tribune – San Angelo Edition

On Saturday, October 10, 2020, the “The Bridge Connection”, the lead program of the San Angelo Ministerial Alliance…

Sherley L. Spears Becomes Editor of The West Texas Tribune – San Angelo Edition

By Floyd Miller

Sherley L. Spears is a business owner and community advocate.  She is the Owner/Broker of Spears Legacy Real…

HBCUs, the Right Choice for You

By -by The Higher Education Columnist, Britt Spears

During a time of civil unrest and the reckoning of centuries of mistreatment of Black and Brown bodies…

“When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemon Cake: Turning 40 in a pandemic, and changing my life.”

By Amber Monroe

Sugar Free Lemon Cake for Breakfast Is it just me, or is everyone else feeling pushed right now?…

Penitentiary Valedictorian A Commencement Speech from Captivity to Freedom

By Jack Walker

            I’ve written a lot of stories.  Seven years ago, this very publication – The West Texas Tribune,…

Mayor Anthony Williams tests positive for COVID-19covid-19,

By Floyd Miller

Abilene Mayor Anthony Williams announced Wednesday that he has received notification of testing positive on a PCR test…

“A Change Gone Come, Oh Yes It Is.”

By Floyd Miller

Recently a group of concerned citizens came together to express their concern for the conditions of Stevenson Park…

Juneteenth Celebration at Stevenson Park

By Floyd Miller

Stevenson Park was filled with a large crowd of individuals that wanted to show brotherly love, solidarity and…

Leadership Group to Fight Hate with Love

By Floyd Miller

On Monday morning, July 13th, citizens from the Abilene Community met at Station One Venue, the scene where…

Citizens Ask that Confederate Names Be Removed from Schools

By Floyd Miller

Everman Park was the venue for individuals that wanted to remove confederate names from schools in the AISD.…

San Angelo’s “Bridge Connection” Celebrates Community Service

By By Sherley Spears, Editor, West Texas Tribune – San Angelo Edition

On Saturday, October 10, 2020, the “The Bridge Connection”, the lead program of the San Angelo Ministerial Alliance…

Sherley L. Spears Becomes Editor of The West Texas Tribune – San Angelo Edition

By Floyd Miller

Sherley L. Spears is a business owner and community advocate.  She is the Owner/Broker of Spears Legacy Real…

HBCUs, the Right Choice for You

By -by The Higher Education Columnist, Britt Spears

During a time of civil unrest and the reckoning of centuries of mistreatment of Black and Brown bodies…

“When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemon Cake: Turning 40 in a pandemic, and changing my life.”

By Amber Monroe

Sugar Free Lemon Cake for Breakfast Is it just me, or is everyone else feeling pushed right now?…

Penitentiary Valedictorian A Commencement Speech from Captivity to Freedom

By Jack Walker

            I’ve written a lot of stories.  Seven years ago, this very publication – The West Texas Tribune,…

Mayor Anthony Williams tests positive for COVID-19covid-19,

By Floyd Miller

Abilene Mayor Anthony Williams announced Wednesday that he has received notification of testing positive on a PCR test…

“A Change Gone Come, Oh Yes It Is.”

By Floyd Miller

Recently a group of concerned citizens came together to express their concern for the conditions of Stevenson Park…

Juneteenth Celebration at Stevenson Park

By Floyd Miller

Stevenson Park was filled with a large crowd of individuals that wanted to show brotherly love, solidarity and…

Leadership Group to Fight Hate with Love

By Floyd Miller

On Monday morning, July 13th, citizens from the Abilene Community met at Station One Venue, the scene where…

Citizens Ask that Confederate Names Be Removed from Schools

By Floyd Miller

Everman Park was the venue for individuals that wanted to remove confederate names from schools in the AISD.…

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