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Recent articles by Timothy:

Abilene police: Postal worker shot Friday in apparent accident

The postal worker, Abilene police said, was delivering mail in the 1400 block of Westview Drive at about 6:40 p.m. Friday when he was struck → Read More

Abilene City Council moves forward with Stevenson Park renovations

It was a good day for parks in Abilene Thursday as council approved the Stevenson Park renovation project and design phases for work at five others → Read More

Clyde High School marching band earns third-consecutive state contest berth

Clyde High was the only Big Country school to qualify for the state contest of 12 total marching at three contests in Texas Saturday → Read More

Centerstage with: Rudy Flores and Hallie Stone of Abilene-Cooper High's 'Fools'

The Cooper High seniors play husband and wife on stage in the Abilene school's production of "Fools," by Neil Simon → Read More

Abilene ISD closes fifth classroom due to COVID-19, this time at Craig Middle

Abilene ISD also reported 37 new COVID-19 cases Friday, including 29 students. → Read More

UPDATE: Abilene ISD closes second classroom Tuesday; mask mandate not approved Monday

Abilene ISD closed an Austin Elementary classroom Tuesday after doing the same to a Bassetti Elementary classroom Monday; no mask requirement → Read More

Abilene man indicted in grandmother's June death

Joel Thomas, of Abilene, was indicted on one count of murder stemming from the June 14 death of Judi Jones. → Read More

Abilene High graduate hopes to make good after early-life African adoption

At 4 moths old, Abilene High graduate Emily Shelburne was clinging to life as a infant in Uganda. This fall she's taking her shot attending Notre Dame. → Read More

Old and current friends bid farewell to Abilene ISD's Reagan Elementary

Abilene ISD's Reagan Elementary closed its doors for the final time as an elementary school Thursday, going out in style with plenty of familiar faces → Read More

Education notebook: A look ahead to Abilene graduations

With high school graduations across much of the Big Country this week, here's a bit of a glance at what we have planned for coverage on our end → Read More

Abilene police: Arrest of 29-year-old suspect made in Wednesday homicide

Fernando Gallegos, of Abilene, was charged with murder in connection with the death of Joseph Rogers on Wednesday, police said Friday. → Read More

Law school awaits Miss McMurry, but where remains in question ahead of weekend graduation

Tulsa native Josephine Woytas, who was crowned Miss McMurry this past year, heads to graduation this weekend with a future in law school all but set → Read More

Man accused of burning north Abilene apartment complex in February indicted

Kevin Earl Spurlock, of Abilene, was indicted on one count of arson stemming from the Feb. 7 incident at the Briarwood Apartments on North Third Street → Read More

Abilene City Council Place 1 election: The (Shane) Price is right for another term

Abilene City Council Place 1 incumbent Shane Price won a fifth three-year term Saturday, comfortably defeating political newcomer Stephen Hunt. → Read More

Ortiz Elementary teachers honored as tour bus makes stop at Abilene ISD school

Texas grocer effort recognizes teachers during statewide tour, as Abilene ISD school is one of 100 total chosen across state → Read More

Abilene police: Naked neighbor exposes self to family at apartment complex

Abilene police also reported a man was trespassing at a homeless shelter and and a fight involving a fork-related injury → Read More

Taylor County grand jury indicts Fort Worth woman accused of stabbing girlfriend

Tia Davis, of Fort Worth, was indicted on one count of aggravated assault stemming from the Dec. 10 incident. → Read More

Abilene High School identifies new leader for 2021-22 school year

Emme Siburt, Abilene High School ninth-grade instructional specialist, will take over chief leadership duties at AHS starting in July → Read More

Abilene-Wylie ISD trustees end mask requirement for students, staff

Wylie ISD trustees voted Tuesday in a 4-3 decision to change from requiring face coverings to “recommending” them → Read More

Texas mayor who wrote 'only the strong will survive' amid deadly winter storm says he has resigned

The post was made as millions in Texas were without power following a winter storm. Tim Boyd later said he spoke as a citizen, not as the mayor. → Read More