With February 12th celebrated as Darwin's Day the Discovery Center is hosting an Uncelebration to teach people what they say is the truth behind evolution. "Most people thing evolution is just about dinosaur bones...and it is partly about that, but the core issue about darwinism is atheistism," says Carolyn Walden assistant to the director at The Discovery Center. Before the film plays, the 2008 Miss Arlington, Austen Brown, will speak on Intelligent Design which served as her platform during the 2008 Miss Texas pageant. While "Darwin's Deadly Legacy" is considered an educational video, the Discovery Center warns it might be unsuitable for elementary age children. You can see "Darwin's Deadly Legacy" Friday night at seven o'clock at the Radford Auditorium at McMurry University. This movie is seen free of charge.
Solar Powered Plane to Fly Over Abilene
A solar-powered plane will be flying over Abilene late Wednesday evening as a part of a flight across the nation.
AISD to Participate in Summer Food Service Nutrition Program
Abilene ISD will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program which provides free meals for children under the age of 18. The program runs...
Birdwell "Disappointed" With Stalled Campus Carry Bill
State Sen. Brian Birdwell, R-Granbury, is "frustrated and disappointed" by the seemingly insurmountable obstacles to passing a bill permitting the concealed carry of firearms in...
Fuel Company Donates SUV to Local Charity
Alon Brands, a Texas fuel company, gave a new sports utility vehicle to the Alliance for Women and Children Wednesday morning.
Man Arrested for Allegedly Threatening Neighbor with Loaded Shotgun
Police respond to a report of a man threatening his neighbor with a shotgun.
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