Ronald W. Erdrich, ReporterNews

Ronald W. Erdrich

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Abilene, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Ronald:

Mild weather makes for a comfortable day at Abilene Zoo

The Abilene Zoo is benefitting from the mild weather as animals are up and about. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Saturday on the lake

Mild weather brought out the families and the wildlife Saturday at Kirby Lake. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Hard times forged Gospel Metal

Guitarist plays for spare change and peace of mind. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Hearty art in time for Valentine's Day

The Grace Museum's Tot Spot activity for February was one for the heart. → Read More

What the hay! West Texas county baling out of holiday season ordinariness

Art students and businesses have decorated hay bales in three Big Country towns as unusual characters. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Sprinklers and a freeze

Freezing weather and forgotten sprinklers make for interesting icy patterns. → Read More

Anson student takes on renovation in town square

An Anson High School senior is restoring a 119 year-old building on the courthouse square. → Read More

Ghosts of Bataan stretch from West Texas to Asia

A journey along the Bataan Death March, through the memories of William "Ed" Dyess and the Filipinos who endured it. → Read More

Eight legs and and an attitude, along came a spider...

Everyone eventually confronts their fears, even when it involves oversized spiders. → Read More

'Today, the guns are silent': Manila American Cemetery honors the Pacific War fallen

Visitor Center designed by Texas couple at Manila American Cemetery honors sacrifices of those buried or still missing from World War II. → Read More

Manila American Cemetery: What you need to know about the 'Arlington of the Pacific'

The overseas cemetery contains thousands of our nation's WWII military - many of whom were Texans. Now a visitor center designed by Texans will open. → Read More

Trump Shop open for business in Abilene with multiple locations

Three stands have opened up around Abilene selling Donald Trump merchandise. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Doggie Splash Day

The end of summer, at least for the city's water park, was marked by splashing dogs at Adventure Cove. → Read More

Trick riding, El Presidenté and Gene Autry's shorts? Just another rodeo for Hawley cowgirl

Virginia Reger grew up in the rodeo and raised her family there, too. → Read More

Barricaded in home, wanted Abilene man arrested after leaping from attic

Abilene police SWAT team and other officers arrested a man barricaded in a north-side residence on a sexual assault of a child charge. → Read More

Snyder fire truck catches fire in north Abilene, igniting brush fires

A Snyder fire truck caught fire Thursday afternoon at Beltway North and West Lake Road, → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: A new priest at Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Parishioners at Sacred Heart Catholic Church met their new priest Saturday as Albert Ezeanya was installed by Bishop Michael Sis. → Read More

In Shep, good times and old friends remembered

Students who attended the Shep school met to reminisce and visit. → Read More

Abilene Wide Open: Game of Champions

Abilene High and the Hendrick Children's Hospital and the Children's Miracle Network held their annual Champions football game for special needs kids. → Read More

Adult education graduates its biggest Abilene class yet

More than 70 walk across the stage at AHS. → Read More