Abilene Idol Audition Is Back For 2022 With A New Duet Category
It's audition time for Abilene Idol benefitting Chorus Abilene. Preregister here to guarantee an audition time. Abilene Idol auditions are Saturday, Jan. 22nd.
10 Simple Fire Starters to Prepare for Texas Winters
Do you struggle to start your wood-burning fireplace? Here are some cheap and easy firestarters you can make yourself. Just remember to be safe at all times.
How to Tell if You Have Texas Cedar Fever, the Flu, or COVID
Want to know if your symptoms align with cedar fever allergies, coronavirus, or the flu? Here are some tips to help you tell the difference.
Abilene ISD is Forced to Shut Down Due to Covid-19 & Staff Shortages
Abilene ISD announced that they're closing. The shutdown is from Friday, Jan. 14th through Tuesday, Jan. 18th, back in class on Wednesday, Jan 19th.
Fight Your Seasonal Allergies With Abilene-Area Local Honey
Here's where to find locally-produced honey in the Abilene area.
Shop Local With These Veteran-Owned Abilene Area Businesses
Check out where you can shop locally and support our veterans at the same time.
Free Pet Vaccination & Microchip Clinic in Abilene on January 22
'All Kind' Animal Initiative and the City of Abilene Animal Services are hosting a free pet (cats and dogs) vaccination and microchip clinic soon, so don't miss out.
Keith Richards, Paul McCartney, Joni Mitchell Items for Auction
Rolling Stones and Beatles members offer guitars while Mitchell provides painting of Jimi Hendrix.
Texas Governor Receives The Blue Shield Award From State Troopers
Texas Governor Greg Abbott was truly surprised when he received the Texas Department Of Public Safety Association's Blue Shield Award.
How America’s ‘A Horse With No Name’ Escaped ‘Novelty’ Status
Band released first single on Jan. 12, 1972.
Ian Anderson Wanted to Bring Jethro Tull Back Sooner: Exclusive Interview
He retired the moniker in 2014 and seemed content with the decision for a long time.