Ronald W. Erdrich, ReporterNews

Ronald W. Erdrich

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Abilene, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Ronald:

Abilene Wide Open: Latin Dance Night and the spice of light

Deep shadows and colored light creates a sultry mood for Latin Dance Night at the Grace Museum. → Read More

Fair weather makes Fair parade fun for all

Families turned out for Saturday's West Texas Fair & Rodeo Parade through downtown Abilene. → Read More

School supplies gathered during ArtWalk

ArtWalk brought in donations for AISD students in need Thursday. → Read More

Gibsons named 2022 Military Family of the Year

The 57th annual World's Largest Barbecue announced their Military Family of the Year while honoring all Big Country DoD personnel. → Read More

Painting fun at Center for Contemporary Arts camp

Children participate in afternoon art class at the Center for Contemporary Arts. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Global Samaritan sets sail with first Recycled Regatta

Global Samaritan Resources held their first Recycled Regatta at Lake Fort Phantom Hill. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Celebrating culture, heritage on Cinco de Mayo

Cars, food trucks and families gathered to celebrate Cinco de Mayo Thursday in north Abilene. → Read More

Career of Wheels spins a web of interest for Abilene ISD students

AISD second-graders got some hands-on experience with big vehicles Wednesday. → Read More

'Jammy-ing' good time at 'Christmas in the Garden'

"Christmas in the Garden" was a big hit with families on a not-very-cold fall night. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Quirks of the city

Slices of time and glimpses of the Key City through a different perspective. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Kringle's in the house

Saturday was the first day for Santa Claus at the Mall of Abilene. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: In Cal Young Park, the puck stops here

At the start of the week, they play hockey in the Key City Abilene-style: On concrete and outdoors. → Read More

Abilene High student escapes car fire; 'I'm glad to be alive.'

A pickup driven by an Abilene High student caught fire Wednesday as he was returning to school. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Unpublished but not unloved, outtakes get their due

A trio of extra pictures from assignments over the last month. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: North First runs the gamut on a Key City on Saturday night

It was burnouts at one end and bow ties at the other on North First Street. → Read More

It's all business, and some fun, too, at annual Mercado

Annual market celebrates Abilene hispanic business community. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Fashion comes to the Paramount

All the clothes modeled during the show were available for purchase at evening's end. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Make-and-Take family fun

Paper, glue and imagination combine into art. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Zig, zag, zoom! Blink and you might miss the dachshund races

Rescue the Animals brought their annual dachshund races back to Nelson Park. → Read More

2 men swept over Fort Phantom Hill Reservoir spillway found

Emergency crews were called to Fort Phantom Hill Reservoir late Tuesday afternoon after two men who were tubing were swept over the spillway. → Read More