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Midwestern State University graduated an estimated 487 students Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, at Kay Yeager Coliseum. [Read More]
Calendar of sporting events in Wichita Falls... [Read More]
Young Americans have a more secular view of the season than their elders... [Read More]
Just the physical vibration of their pecking could also knock the ripe fruit loose. You might try a bird netting covering to see if that... [Read More]
Thornberry expects Senate backers will have to offer it differently than House supporters did to get it on the president's desk. [Read More]
What she learned was that she needed to talk about it — about the accident, about Martin and about how mad she was at God. [Read More]
Wichita Falls police officers delivered toys and gifts to children staying at the Children's Aid Society of West Texas. as well as kids at the... [Read More]
Those who didn't enroll in a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas plan for 2017 or don't have an active plan with the company face... [Read More]
The focus on the reality show drama and cult-of-personality stuff is distracting from the more straightforward, if more boring, case for the White House. [Read More]
It would be quixotic to think that Trump will change his rhetoric or even care about the damage he causes... [Read More]
The Downtown Candle Walk will be 5-8 p.m. [Read More]
Whatever the damage estimate, I'll bear the out-of-pocket cost. Ah, memories. [Read More]
The renovations inside this historic building are truly beautiful -- the tiled floors, huge windows looking out at the Holt... [Read More]
Upcoming area events... [Read More]
The Farmer's Market will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. A group will sing Christmas carols beginning at noon. [Read More]
Wichita Falls Community Orchestra will bring opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors" to the area stage at 7:15 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 19, at the Forum. [Read More]
Events for Friday, Saturday and Sunday... [Read More]
Area live music... [Read More]
The Class 4A Division II semifinal had already been decided when Texarkana Pleasant Grove overwhelmed Graham in the first half. [Read More]
North Texas Christians are turning to a faith-based alternative to pay for health expenses while avoiding Obamacare penalties for having no insurance. [Read More]