IT’s Everything West Texas

By Floyd Miller | March 3, 2021

Here are 2 podcasts that I produced . The first one is with Minister Andrew Penns, Curator of the Curtis House Cultural Center. It touches on Blacks in Abilene in the 30’s. The second one deals with Human Trafficking with  Stephanie Rocha, founder of Beyond Trafficking. This is a good one for anyone that has…

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Super Bowl 55

By Floyd Miller | February 5, 2021

This Sunday on CBS the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and their golden-boy gunslinger Patrick Mahomes. Kickoff is @ 5:30. COMMENT IN THE SPACE BELOW THE ANSWER TO THE THREE QUESTIONS LIKE THIS… #BUCS’ OVER CHIEFS 28-24 (52) TOM BRADY MVP WHO IS GOING TO WIN SUPERBOWL 55? WHAT…

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Your Valentine’s Day 1-Stop Shop in South Abilene

By Jack Walker | February 1, 2021

Shop beautiful, fresh flowers year-around with Baack’s  Flowers & More.  We passionately create and deliver flowers to your loved ones in the Abilene, TX area, daily. Please be aware there is a Minimum purchase of $45.00 for Delivery, before fees and delivery charges. Due to limited availability some flowers, plants or containers may be substituted…

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Not Just a Newspaper…

By Floyd Miller | January 28, 2021
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Awesome VDay Ideas

Valentines Day Exclusive!

By Jack Walker | January 27, 2021

Remember… LOVEWINS!

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Three individuals named I-CAN Heroes

By Floyd Miller | January 6, 2021

On December the following individuals were presented plaques for being Heroes in the city of Abilene. They were Edward Sheppard and Floyd and Marilyn Miller, the first couple to receive the award. The awards were supposed to be presented in April but were delayed a couple times by the pandemic. Mayor Williams and Pastor Andrew…

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

By Floyd Miller | July 29, 2020

Abilene Mayor Anthony Williams announced Wednesday that he has received notification of testing positive on a PCR test for COVID-19. At this time, the Mayor remains in self-quarantine at his home, and has yet to experience any symptoms of the virus, or feel unwell. Mayor Williams was notified the night of Monday, July 27, that…

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Georgia Bell “T.G.” Bivens

By Floyd Miller | February 21, 2020

Abilene – Georgia Bell “T.G.” Bivens passed from this life on January 19, 2020. She was born on February 22, 1929, in Clarendon, Texas. Her father passed away when she was three years old, and she and her beloved mother, Tommie McNeal, made their life in Clarendon surrounded by their many friends. In November 1946,…

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By Blake Norvell | January 31, 2020

I am pleased to announce that I am a candidate for Judge of the 104th District Court of Taylor County.  All who believe in the Constitution and rule of law should vote in the 2020 primary election.  Vote February 18-28 or March 3.  Anyone who resides in Taylor County can vote.  I hope readers of…

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An Act of God

By Ray Warmsley | June 19, 2019

5243 Fairmont Street was left untouched by storm damage a few weeks ago, while the houses to the left and right side of it suffered serious damage. A number of houses on Fairmont Street had roofs torn off. However, on that particular street the houses on each side of 5243 Fairmont Street suffered the worst…

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