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Past articles by John:

Composite material manufacturing company Owens Corning to relocate to Wichita Falls

Composite manufacturing company Owens Corning to relocate to Wichita Falls → Read More

High-speed chase that starts in Oklahoma ends in crash in Wichita County

Ozzie Birdsong, 32, from Yankton, South Dakota, was driving a stolen 2018 Dodge Challenger when he failed to stop for an Oklahoma Highway Patrol unit → Read More

Officials release victim's name of Wilbarger County aircraft crash

Vernon dentist Dr. Jay Baxley is the pilot of a military-like aircraft who was killed when it crashed Sunday → Read More

Person of interest in murder shoots self in head

Damon Jason McClellan, a person of interest in the death of 69-year-old Madonna McClellan, shot himself in the head Friday when approached by officers → Read More

Man shot Thursday afternoon in area near Old High, Zundy

A man was shot Thursday, Oct. 5, afternoon in a neighborhood near Wichita Falls High School, Zundy Elementary School. → Read More

Judges announce winners of MSU entrepreneurship competition

Winners of i.d.e.a.WF announced during luncheon at MSU as part of the annual entrepreneurship competition → Read More

Former Corpus Christi Mayor McQueen to take on Sen. Ted Cruz in Republican Primary

Former Corpus Christi Mayor Dan McQueen is seeking petition signatures to get on the ballot and challenge Sen. Ted Cruz in the Republican Primaries → Read More

NWS: Wichita Falls could receive up to 2 inches of rain

Rain system, cold front to move into area, produce up to 2 inches of rain for Wichita Falls → Read More

TEDC recognizes Wichita Falls, Burkburnett for Vitro economic development efforts

The cities of Wichita Falls and Burkburnett are being recognized by the Texas Economic Development Council for Vitro project efforts → Read More

Settlement in the works to end Red River land dispute

Plaintiffs, defendants in Red River land dispute have agreement in principle in place that would settle a lawsuit in federal district court. → Read More

Tuesday storm brings nearly half inch of rain

Wichita Falls officially receives .49 inch of rain during Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2017, rain event → Read More

Thornberry, Larsen file bill to assist vets in rural areas get to medical appointments

Companion bills filed in the U.S. Senate and House will make travel for veterans to medical appointments easier → Read More

Thornberry votes against disaster aid bill

Citing neglect of the military by passing stopgap spending measures, U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry voted against a $15.3 billion disaster aid bill → Read More

Wichita Falls among lowest cost of living in country

The Council for Community and Economic Research has listed the Wichita Falls Metro area among its top 10 least expensive areas to live in the country → Read More

Winners of business competition to be announced Oct. 4

Tickets are now on sale to see who a panel of local businesspersons selected as the top three finalists in i.d.e.a.WF 2017 → Read More

United Regional now in-network for active state employees

United Regional Health Care System is now in-network for active state employees → Read More

Decline in oil price likely after Hurricane Harvey

With plenty of supply on hand, the price per barrel of oil to see drop while factors shut down, industry rides out Hurricane Harvey → Read More

Police investigate aggravated robbery at convenience store

The Wichita Falls Police Department is investigating an aggravated robbery that happened Aug. 24, 2017, in the 3600 block of Sheppard Access Road → Read More

WFEDC board approves $168,750 incentive for Chantex expansion

The WFEDC approved the $168,750 request from Wichita Falls-based Chantex Manufacturing Inc. to put toward the purchase of four 5-ton cranes → Read More

Cooler weather to make Saturday less than Hotter'N Hell

Cyclists expecting to test their mettle against the typical blazing North Texas heat during Hotter'N Hell Aug. 26 might be a little disappointed → Read More