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Past articles by Marievel:

Trash racking up at Lake Arrowhead after Memorial Day weekend

Officials advise if you're visiting this summer, make sure you clean up. → Read More

Practicing good safety and hygiene at the pool

With this unofficial start to summer now underway, it also means area pools are opening up for business → Read More

WFPD sees uptick in car burglaries, stolen firearms

During the investigation police found that of those reports, handguns were taken in a quarter of the burglaries. → Read More

City councilors award Water Budget Utility Improvement Project

Wichita Falls City Councilors awarded a contract for their annual water budget utility improvements project. → Read More

Vernon College Police Academy gets a new set of wheels

As cadets at the Vernon College Police Academy wrap up their training, they get to use some new wheels. → Read More

Preparations underway for Sculpture Garden

Setup is underway for the 14th annual Sculpture Garden exhibit at the Kemp Center for the Arts. → Read More

Advocates, opponents react to Wichita Falls bond outcome

The pro and anti-bond groups hosted watch parties Saturday night. → Read More

Family of injured WFPD officer fighting to seek proper medical care

Officer Tim Putney has been seeking care through a third party company hired by the city but the family says the city should pitch in more. → Read More

How law enforcement agencies stepped in to end fatal chase

Multiple law enforcement agencies stretched their resources and to put an end to the chase on Thursday. → Read More

Governor Abbott stops in Texoma, talks economy of the state

Governor Greg Abbott made two stops in Texoma Wednesday, one in Wichita Falls followed by another in Burkburnett. → Read More

Blood Drive held to honor victims affected by Terrible Tuesday

A blood drive was held in downtown Wichita Falls to honor the victims affected by Terrible Tuesday. → Read More

Annual Clay County Turkey Festival kicks off

The event started years ago as an effort to attract more hunters into the area. → Read More

Alamo Elementary School closer to being luxury apartments

Another Wichita Falls elementary school where children were taught for generations, will become a big option for folks looking for luxury apartments. → Read More

City councilors to discuss rezoning plans for former Alamo Elementary building

The property served as Alamo Elementary since 1919 until it was closed by Wichita Falls ISD in 2014. → Read More

VITA prepares for busy weeks before the tax deadline

If you still haven't filed your taxes for 2017 now is the time. → Read More

Salvation Army repairs moving along after pipe burst

A month after a water burst flooded much of the Salvation Army downtown, things are beginning to clean up. → Read More

BBB reports tech support scam in Wichita Falls

There's another tech support phone scam going around and many Wichita Falls residents have heard from the crooks in just the last week. → Read More

Flu epidemic starting to show signs of slowing down

If you're still trying to dodge the flu, the good news is that things are starting to look up. → Read More

Local business responds to appeal ruling allowing Walmart liquor sales

Walmart stores all across Texas could soon find themselves stocking shelves with liquor. → Read More

City councilors approve demolition, restoration of abandoned structures

Wichita Falls city councilors approved  three ordinances and four resolutions during Tuesday's meeting → Read More