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This sweet, tangy and creamy Cabbage-Pineapple Slaw recipe goes well with pulled pork, smoked brisket and ribs and hamburgers. [Read More]
A tale of boom and bust in the wine industry. [Read More]
The Scurry County Health Department reported Tuesday that 39 residents and employees of a Snyder nursing home have tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
Abilene police are following up on rumors about out-of-town protesters possibly coming to demonstrations planned this week in the city. [Read More]
A man driving Monday morning in west Abilene reported his vehicle was struck from behind twice while on the roadway, according to a police report. [Read More]
The track standout from San Benito starred for Abilene Christian College before gaining worldwide fame as triple Olympic gold medalist in 1956. [Read More]
Former Abilene Christian sports information director once talked with the Texas track star and others about the former ACC athlete's natural ability. [Read More]
Nineteen people connected to Cisco and Eastland nursing homes have tested positive for COVID-19, Eastland County officials announced Monday. [Read More]
Abilene Chamber of Commerce accepting applications for Leadership Abilene Class of 2021. [Read More]
Taylor County's Republican and Democratic party chairs, along with local political scientists, say mail-in ballots dispute is multilayered. [Read More]
Online event will teach girls the benefits of joining the program. [Read More]
Eastland's Majestic Theatre is celebrating 100 years with movies from each of the decades since the cinema's founding. [Read More]
Taylor County reports 5 new cases Monday. [Read More]
Lots of baseball lore is available at the Abilene Public Library. [Read More]
Senior Spotlight on Hawley multi-sport athlete Caitlin Crow. [Read More]
Abilene, Texas residents took to the streets Saturday morning to express their anger in a peaceful way... [Read More]
Good information, quickly delivered, helped local businesses in a time of crisis, even those not associated with the chamber. [Read More]
The hard work of many in Abilene has helped to ensure services continued, residents stayed healthy and optimism continued. [Read More]
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