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.
Woman Extracted from Vehicle After South 27 Accident
Two were injured in a car accident on South 27 Friday. One of the injured had to be extracted from the vehicle before being transported...
Abilene Unemployment Continues Slight, but Steady, Decline
Texas' seasonally adjusted total nonfarm employment expanded by 33,100 jobs in April. Texas added 326,100 jobs from April 2012 to April 2013.
Reminder: Public Hailey Dunn Memorial Scheduled Sunday
A public memorial has been scheduled on May 19 at 3 p.m. in Colorado City at the middle school for those wishing to honor the...
Reminder: Teacher, Education Researcher Discusses Her Findings on CSCOPE Friday
Jeanine McGregor, certified K-12 teacher and author of several books on education, will discuss the results of her investigation of CSCOPE and why she feels...
Cause of West Explosion Remains Unclear
The cause of the West fertilizer plant explosion that killed 15 people on April 17 has been ruled "undetermined," officials announced at a press conference...
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