Residents living in the view-caps area, near Dyess have been working with city officials to make changes to an existing airport ordinance that affects what homeowners can or cannot do to their property. Residents have asked the city to temporarily suspend for a one-hundred-and-twenty-day period to work together to make adjustments to the current restrictions. The final reading of the ordinance will take place on Thursday at the city council meeting.
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.
Motorcyclists Raise Awarness in Colorado City
Colorado City welcomed hundreds of motorcyclists as they made a pit stop downtown. Veterans riding their bikes from California to Washington D.C., for the 25th...
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