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.
Abilene Sees Slight Drop in Sales Tax Revenue from March
March sales tax revenue totals have come in and Abilene has seen a slight drop since March 2012.
Webcast: Children in Brazos County Hospitalized with E. Coli
Two children are hospitalized in Houston with E. coli.They were intially listed in critical condition and being treated with dialysis, among other things. They are...
Apprehension of Parole Violator Leads to Two Arrests
Tuesday morning at about 11:50 a.m., agents with the Special Operations Division assisted US Marshalls with the apprehension of a parole violator with an active...
Stepson Arrested for Allegedly Arranging Robbery at Stepfather's Home
The mastermind behind a January home invasion in Abilene where a man was tied up and hooded has been arrested. Mason Mires was arrested Tuesday...
Reminder: Budweiser Clydesdales Coming to Eastland May 8
The Budweiser Clydesdales will be in Eastland on Wednesday, May 8 and will parade down Main Street starting at 4:00 p.m.
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