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Improving Drought Outlook For Winter

Improving Drought Outlook For Winter

This summer Texoma saw below average rainfall. With a slight shift toward an El Nino winter we could see more rainy days ahead. The latest data released from the Climate Prediction Center indicates we will see an improvement. Some areas may even be removed from drought. Read more about winter weather predictions here.MORE

Wichita Falls Public Library To Offer Blood Pressure Cuffs

Wichita Falls Public Library To Offer Blood Pressure Cuffs

The Wichita Falls Public Library is offering blood pressure cuff kits for check out to the public. The library’s kits include a blood pressure cuff, informational brochures, and a journal to track blood pressure. More information about the blood pressure cuffs can be found here.MORE

Wichita Falls Force Players Arrive At Kay Yeager Coliseum

Wichita Falls Force Players Arrive At Kay Yeager Coliseum

With a little over a month till the start of the Wichita Falls Force inaugural season, almost all of the players have made it to Texoma and they are excited to get started. “I think it will just be fun to be a part of the community,” defenseman from Colorado Granger Blach said. “Get out…MORE

New Burkburnett Justice Center Now Open

New Burkburnett Justice Center Now Open

The new Justice Center in Burkburnett is now open after nearly a year and a half of construction and much more time than that spent on just making the project possible. It’s opening last Friday was a welcomed sight to the police department and everyone who had to work in the last building. Read more…MORE

Beloved Wichita Falls Doctor Passes Away Following Cancer Battle

Beloved Wichita Falls Doctor Passes Away Following Cancer Battle

A Wichita Falls doctor has passed away after battling a rare form of cancer. A GoFundMe page was sent up in November 2017 for Dr. Bart Spencer to help raise money for experimental treatments that were not covered by health insurance. Dr. Spencer passed away on Tuesday night. The 44-year-old leaves behind his wife and…MORE

City Of Wichita Falls Wins Award For Water Reuse Project

City Of Wichita Falls Wins Award For Water Reuse Project

The City of Wichita Falls won the President’s Award from the WateReuse Association. The national award was presented to the City of Wichita Falls at the 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium last week in Austin. The WateReuse President’s Award recognizes significant contributions to the advancement of water reuse through exceptional service and leadership. Read more about…MORE

Wichita Falls Leaders Look To Take Next Step In Downtown Revitalization

Wichita Falls Leaders Look To Take Next Step In Downtown Revitalization

Wichita Falls city leaders are taking the next step to implement recommendations from the downtown revitalization committee. On Tuesday, the city council passed a resolution to begin that process which includes coming up with parking solutions, maintenance of rundown buildings, updating zoning, districts, and regulations, as well as streetscaping 8th St. from Indiana Ave. to Scott…MORE

Texas Education Board Endorses Nixing Figures Like Hillary Clinton, Keeping Moses

Texas Education Board Endorses Nixing Figures Like Hillary Clinton, Keeping Moses

If you’re a Texas high school student, your curriculum could soon be missing some familiar historical figures. The state education board has been considering revisions to its curriculum standards, known as TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills), a process that has included recommendations on whether to keep hundreds of figures and events in the school…MORE

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