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Greg Jaklewicz


Abilene, TX, United States

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Past articles by Greg:

Abilene ISD rolls out its plan for grade reconfiguration; seeks input

If OK'd by school board, this plan would add 5th-6th grade campuses beginning the 2024-25 school year. → Read More

Coronado boys survive furious Abilene Wylie rally in District 4-5A basketball

Down 24 points late in the third quarter, Bulldogs get it to six but fall 73-67 to first-place Mustangs. → Read More

MVP Rigdon, Benjamin gallop by Loraine for Mustangs' first football title

Rigdon rushes for 255 yards and five scores while defense stiffens after Bulldogs led twice early. → Read More

Westbrook 'Ware's out No. 1 Abbott to defend 1A D1 football title

Wildcats' Cedric Ware is named MVP on offense and defense in 69-24 win over Panthers in Class 1A Division I state championship game. → Read More

Unconditional Luv: You can wash all your clothes for free for four hours Wednesday in Abilene

For four hours, you won't need quarters, just your dirty items at the North First Street Laundry Luv facility → Read More

Albany defense paves way to third-round win over Wink

Lions force five turnovers and make late defensive stand in 35-18 win over previously unbeaten Wildcats. → Read More

Hawley goes to its arsenal of scoring weapons to overpower Sonora

Bearcats turn to passing game, run and defense in a 57-26 win over Bearcats to set up rematch with Cisco. → Read More

Old fashioned: Pour House makes its mark as upscale downtown Abilene bar

Located in the Windsor Hotel, its known for creative cocktails and a place for conversaton → Read More

Abilene 'Nutcracker' alum earns permanent job with Paris Ballet

Alexander Maryianowski, who danced here as a teen, has been with the top French company for four years. → Read More

Hardin-Simmons, McMurry come to agreement regarding nursing school operation

The plan calls for McMurry to take over Shelton School of Nursing, with HSU establishing its own program → Read More

Willie finally come? Icon Nelson booked as Outlaws & Legends headliner for 2023

Lyle Lovett booked for Feb. 4 show at the Paramount → Read More

Hardin-Simmons makes Division III football playoffs; takes on Trinity

Cowboys take 9-1 record to San Antonio to face 10-0 Tigers on Saturday. → Read More

Abilene ISD wall to honor veterans draws a warm response on a chilly day

Dedication ceremony moved indoors but spirit remains to honor military on Veterans Day → Read More

Long's four first-half TD passes jumpstart Wylie's first Class 5A playoff win

Bulldogs cruise by El Paso High 54-14 for first playoff win since 2016's march to the Class 4A state final → Read More

It was a grand old morning to celebrate veterans in Abilene

Ahead of Veterans Day on Friday, patriotism and service to the country is celebrated downtown. → Read More

Owning her own business was no pie-in-the-sky aspiration for Caitie Wallace

Local girl was going to be a teacher, likes others in her family, but culinary school changed the course of her career. → Read More

ACU wades through big challenge with 'Little Mermaid' homecoming production

The Disney classic was to open the Boone Family Theatre on campus but it's back to the Convention Center for a final time. → Read More

Abilene gas prices range for $2.91 to $3.59, average rises 7 cents

Prices jump across Texas an average of about 10 cents → Read More

No 100s in September but expect October to be warm, dry in Abilene area

Abilene is nearing 11 inches less than normal in annual rainfall, but good news is that morning lows may be a bit cooler in weeks ahead. → Read More

Colorful outfits, colorful language color first Pride Parade in Abilene

Protesters, one using a bullhorn, condemn the event and get pushback from participants → Read More