Greg Jaklewicz, ReporterNews

Greg Jaklewicz

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Abilene, TX, United States

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  • USA TODAY
  • El Paso Times
  • GoSanAngelo.com
  • WWL-TV
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Recent articles by Greg:

Abilene ISD board, Place 4: King can't dethrone incumbent Earles

Earles receives 62% of the vote, unofficially. → Read More

Abilene ISD board, Place 5: Incumbent Wheat wins but challenger Carr said his message hit

Unofficially, Wheat takes 55.3% of the vote. → Read More

At Refuge Ranch, everything's better with bluebonnets on it

Located southwest of Buffalo Gap, the site is where a day full of activities is planned for the first Bluebonnet Festival → Read More

After Easter pause, Abilene entertainment scene hops back into action

Concerts, stage performances, annual CALF part of the plan for many in coming week. → Read More

'Officer and a Gentlemen' another Broadway Series cancellation in Abilene

Disagreement over COVID protocols leads to second straight missed show at Abilene Convention Center. → Read More

Christian band Newsboys still spreading the word, back on tour after pandemic

Group recorded one of best albums during the shutdown, drummer Duncan Phillips said. → Read More

On the verge of retirement, Robert Earl Keen to headline 11th Outlaws & Legends

Texas favorite will close March 26 lineup at Back Porch of Texas. → Read More

Kershaw, Tippin to headline first day of 2022 Outlaws festival; other performers announced

Country singers named to fill Friday lineup for the 11th annual outdoor music show; March 26 headliner to be named later → Read More

Early vs. Shallowater high school playoff football game live score, coverage

Early faces Shallowater in the second round of high school football playoffs. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Friday at Bulldog Stadium in Clyde. → Read More

Cisco's 34-point first quarter launches Loboes to bi-district win over Haskell

The Hunter Long-to-Dawson Hearne connection strikes for four TDs in 55-28 rout in Clyde → Read More

Welcome back, Wildcats: ACU athletes peek inside Moody Coliseum, serve pizza to workers

There is a chance last basketball games of the season about to start will be played in renovated campus facility. → Read More

Centerstage with: Savannah Wilchar, Matthew Lamar of McMurry's 'Addams Family'

She's been in the musical before while he this is only his second musical ever → Read More

Centerstage with: Caleb Evans, of ACU's 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

ACU returns to the Abilene Convention Center for its annual weekend run. → Read More

Former Dyess AFB commander discusses 'hypersonic weaponry' at Abilene luncheon

The U.S. trails Russia and China, but there's a plan to tap the B-1's capabilities to launch missiles. → Read More

United Supermarkets gifts First Baptist $100K for Hope Center project

Grocer has long supported efforts to help those in need at downtown City Lights Ministry. → Read More

Pride 2021 parade added to list of Abilene events canceling due to COVID

Scaled back from a festival to a parade, the inaugural activity targeted now for 2022. → Read More

Dyess AFB's Schoultz family honored at return of World's Largest Barbecue

The six of them have worked with New Horizons and on many projects during their three years in Abilene. → Read More

This time, it was OK if the kids were dragon into class

Sculpture camp at The Grace sparked youngsters' imagination. → Read More

ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill dies; band scheduled for December show in Abilene

Hill sang and played the base for more than 50 years with the Texas-based trio. → Read More

Abilene Fourth Wide Open: Some thunder booms, even more fireworks booming

Weekend included fireworks, music, parades and equal parts red, white and blue despite the weather. → Read More