Many 4-H competitors spent the evening packing up and heading home as the 46th Annual 4-H horse show came to an end Saturday. The final performances started up at 8a.m. Saturday out at the Expo Center. All this week over two thousand contestants made their way to Abilene for the show. From the drill team competition to other horse and roping events, the annual show is not only entertaining, but it acts as a big money maker for the city of Abilene. According to the Expo Center, the eight-day event generates $1.4 million dollars to the Abilene community.
Family of Jarrett Mantanona Host Fundraiser Saturday
The family of Jarrett Mantanona will host a fundraiser Saturday for families needing car seats for their children.
New App Aims to Lower Spread of STDs
Sexually transmitted diseases are a serious problem nationwide, and local doctors tell us that here in the Big Country is no exception. But discussing that...
Reminder: Friends, Family of Dyess Pilot Fighting Oral Cancer Host Walk / Run Saturday
Family and friends of a Dyess Air Force pilot will be hosting a walk / run May 18 to help his family as he undergoes medical...
Infrastructure Constraints Loom as Texas Grows
Texas' drought and water-supply problems have captured headlines. But with the state's rapid population growth projected to continue, other infrastructure problems also loom, including clogged...
Webcast: Students Taught Bike Safety on Ride Your Bike to School / Work Day
It is Ride Your Bike to School and Work Day, and a lot of the students at Dyess rode their bikes to school, but the...
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