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Past articles by Katya:

Sheppard profile: Navy detachment

Hard at work in a Sheppard Air Force Base classroom, you will find airmen, soldiers, and sailors. → Read More

Sheppard Profile: Optometry clinic

For Optometrist Clarissa Prieto-Ayala every day is a chance for her to help an airman fulfill their duties. → Read More

Faith Refuge's Career Academy program helps change lives

"Life changing," that's how Faith Refuge's Client Case Manager, Megan Cox describes the past four years of her life. → Read More

New developments coming downtown

Amongst many buildings along 7th street, you'll find this white, one-story building that sits right along the alley. → Read More

Sheppard AFB Honor Guard brings new perspective for Airmen

It's a job of prestige in the U.S. military to serve on the honor guard. → Read More

Sheppard Profile: Tragedy in Haiti inspires airman

Many Airmen can think back and remember the moment they decided to join the Air Force. → Read More

Sheppard Profile: Award-winning dining service

From fruits and vegetables to hamburgers and hot dogs there's something for everyone at the dining halls at Sheppard Air Force Base. → Read More

'Robogirl' gets the chance to learn, recover from home

Technology is forever evolving, so much so that one Rider High School student is using technology to her advantage → Read More

Let the good times roll Nocona style

 A town of 3 thousand people, doubles in size for one weekend, every year, in February thanks to Mardi Gras, Nocona style. → Read More

New bill aims to help volunteer fire departments

There's a new push in Washington, D.C. to address the shortage of volunteer firefighters across the country. → Read More

Wichita Falls 4th grader providing warmth to the homeless

A 4th grader's small idea has turned into a big blessing for homeless folks in Wichita Falls. → Read More

Main street in Byers gets a Christmas uplift

When you think of a town being decorated for the holidays, you may think of multiple large city crews working on the project, but in Byers, it's a large project that's being accomplished by 2 friends with a big heart for their hometown! → Read More

9-1-1 outages in many Texoma counties

A 9-1-1 outage across multiple Texoma counties has local dispatchers dialing into emergency response. → Read More

Friends remember former Vernon fire chief

Vernon firefighters and church members are remembering the late Charles Stewart, a man who dedicated more than four decades to the Vernon Fire Department and Emergency Services in Wilbarger County. → Read More

Vernon PD upgrades its equipment

The Vernon police department will soon have some new technology in its arsenal. → Read More

Witnesses recap helicopter crash

DPS officials have released the name of the victim in the crash, Gideon William Carmichael of Carmichael Helicopters out of Haskell. → Read More

Nocona military plaza in the works

Up to 10-thousand names of U.S.veterans will be able to be included in a future place of honor and reflection, as even more growth is happening throughout Nocona. → Read More

MSU campus assault victim speaks out about her experience

Statistics show that 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are victims of sexual assault while in college, at Midwestern State University, officials have responded to at least 7 sexual assault cases this year alone. → Read More

Have you had your chimney swept this year?

Chimney sweep inspector, Garrett Coleman finds himself pretty busy this time of year, going from home to home getting residents ready for the cool temperatures that await them. → Read More

Social focus on small business webinar

It's that time of year again when businesses start gearing up for the holidays and hopefully see that spike in business that comes this time of year, but with so many choices and everyone competing for your attention, especially in the digital age, small, local business owners say promoting their business can be challenging. → Read More