On Saturday people of all ages lined the streets of historic downtown Abilene to cheer for our U.S. veterans. While many waved patriotic flags, others simply stood in silence to pay their respects. The annual event is something that many in the Big Country look forward to each year.
Hailey Dunn Remembered by Hundreds, Community still Illuminated with Hope
A public memorial was held for Hailey Dunn Sunday at the teen's former school. Hundreds showed up to share memories, tears and close this chapter...
Zoo Trip Promotes Non-Violence
The Path to Peace program took a trip to the Abilene Zoo for a celebration to end violence. The focus of the group is to...
Snyder Police Officer Honored at 5K, Shows How Far He's Come Since Gun Shot Injury
Snyder locals ran away from the law Saturday morning as part of a 5K fundraiser for Snyder police officer Darrel Campbell, who was seriously injured...
Airsoft Guns for Airmen
Airmen work hard everyday to protect our country, but sometimes they need a little break from the real world.
A Miraculous Walk
"Nothing can keep you down if you put it in your head that you can do it," says Officer Darrell Campbell.
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