Politics

WYLIE LITTLE LEAGUE SQUAD LOSES HEARTBREAKER TO MICHIGAN IN SECOND ROUND 6-5 IN WILLIAMSPORT, PA BUT STILL ALIVE

By: Jack Walker West Texas Tribune SPORTS It just wasn't meant to be for Wylie's little league team Monday afternoon in Williamsport, but it's not completely over either. The Abilene Wylie little league team fell 6-5 to Michigan in the second game of the Little League World Series, televised on ESPN (August 23rd @1pm) in ...

Art Casarez Democrat Candidate for Taylor County Sheriff

By Floyd Miller

Art Casarez Democrat Candidate for Taylor County Sheriff Family: Wife Elena; daughter Julie, a Mann Middle School Girl’s…

If you plan to Vote

By Floyd Miller

If you plan to Vote !If you plan to vote in person, please be advised that you may…

Abilene Police Officer’s Association Endorses Williams

By Floyd Miller

In October of 2007, the membership of the Abilene Police Officer’s Association voted to create a political action…

President Clinton campagins in Abilene for his wife

By Floyd Miller

African American Leadership Council hosted political forum

By Floyd Miller

The African American Leadership Council hosted a political forum for the Sheriff Canidates {{more}} and the County Commissoners.…

African American Leadership Council Host Political Forum more photos

By Floyd Miller

The African American Leadership Council hosted a political forum for the Sheriff Canidates {{more}} and the County Commissoners.…

Senator Clinton Campaigns in Houston

By Floyd Miller

Houston – Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton was in Houston campaigning for President of the United States on Saturday,…

Kinky Friedman Campaign Statement

By Kinky Friedman Campagin

Friends and neighbors,While Rick Perry was cheerleading in college and Chris Bell was being potty trained, Kinky Friedman…

Mel Hailey endorsed by Texas Right to Life Pac

By Adam Black

For More Information:Adam Black, 713-782-5433Texas Right to Life Political Action Committee is proud to endorse the candidacy of…

Attend A ‘Coffee with the Congressman’ Event Near You

By Floyd Miller

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Randy Neugebauer is inviting constituents to sit down and have a cup of coffee…

Texas Legislature Votes Unanimously to Ensure Access to Affordable Colorectal Cancer Screenings

By www.fightcancer.org

via www.fightcancer.org Coincidentally Passing Bill Hours Following New Recommendations by the United States Preventive Services Task Force That…

JACK WALKER: “SIT DOWN ON THE DALLAS COWBOYS IN 2021”

By Jack Walker
WEST TEXAS TRIBUNE JOURNALIST JACK WALKER

SIT DOWN ON DALLAS IN 2021  By: Jack Walker As mandatory minicamps kick off this week, the Dallas…

Texas bill limiting teaching of current events, historic racism appears headed for governor after Senate revives it

By Floyd Miller

Texas educators worry the bill would have a chilling effect on tough conversations about race and racism. GOP…

HISTORY OF JUNETEENTH

By Floyd Miller
Juneteenth Re-enactment

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back…

Jim Merrill: Country over Party

By Jim Merrill

This is an editorial/opinion and does not reflect nor is endorsed by the publication, those inside and associated…

The Record

By Floyd Miller
The West Texas couples that have continued to go the distance

By: Floyd Miller Editor-In-Chief, West Texas Tribune We just thought we wanted to get away from 2020. The…

Election 2020 Observations

By Sherley Spears

2020 has been very busy and a difficult year to maintain democracy in the United States.  With COVID-19’s…

Biden and Harris Headed to the Whitehouse

By Floyd Miller

The Nation Has Spoken             The voters of America turned out in record numbers to exercise one of…

VOTE BLAKE NORVELL FOR JUDGE

By Blake Norvell

I am pleased to announce that I am a candidate for Judge of the 104th District Court of…

Ted Cruz took issue with Trump’s call with Ukraine’s president, but he expected it to be worse

By Abby Livingston

The U.S. senator spoke at the 2019 Texas Tribune Festival in an interview with MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes.…