Articles tagged: Abilene
The AbiMar Foods processing plant avoided disaster when COVID-19 spread across Texas, but as workers return to the new normal, they worry about keeping their jobs.
Mfaume Lawi has already lost his home several times. The first was during an attack on his village in the Democratic Republic of Congo during the civil war in t...Read More
As the Legislature considers greenlighting hemp production, a litany of farmers, rural economic development advocates and even conservative Republicans are singing its praises.
Haskell, a town of 3,200 an hour north of Abilene, is in high cotton. It has not one, but two grocery stores. Most of the storefronts in the downtown square are...Read More
In the race to represent SD 24, Republican candidates Susan King and Dawn Buckingham face a difficult balancing act on water conservation and pricing.
The runoff for SD 24, sprawling from Abilene to Bandera, is between an outsider ophthalmologist (look out, Donna Campbell!) and a five-term state rep....Read More
If Greg Abbott is so worried about kids' safety, they say, why doesn't he do more to keep Texas schoolchildren safe from reactive, and armed, cops?...Read More
In May 2014, according to a federal lawsuit filed Thursday, an Abilene school police officer used a pain submission maneuver called an “arm bar” to pick up ...Read More