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Kids Cafe Summer Meal Program Begins June 1

Kids Cafe Summer Meal Program Begins June 1

The Wichita Falls Area Food Bank is working to distribute meals to children who would normally rely on free or reduced-priced lunches in schools. Starting next Monday, designated care centers will be providing free meals to distribute to children in need during the summer. Locations and distribution times can be found here.More

Roofing Scams Rising After Recent Hail Storms

Roofing Scams Rising After Recent Hail Storms

Hailstorms can cause damage to your home that can be expensive to fix. Some people in the Texoma area have experienced roofing scammers since this past weekend’s hail storm. Homeowners can be victims to roofing scams each year, especially after a big storm that might’ve caused hail damage. Tips on how to spot scammers can…More

Texoma Drivers License Offices Reopen

Texoma Drivers License Offices Reopen

The Texas Department of Public Safety drivers license office has reopened in Wichita Falls and across Texoma. Tuesday was their first day back in business. Services are limited right now and they’re by appointment only. You can schedule an appointment online for most first time licenses and ID cards. More information can be found here.More

Workforce Solutions North Texas Receives $287K Grant

Workforce Solutions North Texas Receives $287K Grant

Workforce Solutions North Texas has been awarded a $287,500 grant to provide job training by the Texas Workforce Commission. The Skills Development Fund (SDF) COVID-19 Special Initiative training will target businesses shifting their business processes to respond to the need of COVID-19 related necessities as well as businesses that are retooling to continue to employee their…More

Pressed Dry Cleaners Of Wichita Falls Offering Free Graduation Gown Pressing

Pressed Dry Cleaners Of Wichita Falls Offering Free Graduation Gown Pressing

Pressed Dry Cleaners in Wichita Falls is offering to clean graduation gowns for all graduates from elementary school to college. “More than ever this time‚ we just want to make them feel special, because they haven’t been able to,” said Ashlynn Hoff, Pressed Dry Cleaners store manager. “Some of the seniors haven’t been able to…More

Bowie ISD student-athletes rally to clean up city after tornado

Bowie ISD student-athletes rally to clean up city after tornado

Damage from the tornado can still be seen at Bowie ISD’s athletic complex. With his school, and his students’ homes affected, Coach Cory Mandrell decided to rally his athletics and get to work. “The more you drove around town the more damage you saw and it just kept getting worse. Didn’t know how bad until…More

75th Archer County Rodeo Canceled

75th Archer County Rodeo Canceled

The 75th annual Archer County Rodeo has been canceled due to concerns about how COVID-19 could affect the safety of attendees. Rodeo officials also say they can’t plan for the event knowing it may not be the enjoyable and exciting event they put on every year due to additional requirements on sanitizing and potential limitations…More

Music News

Queen’s Brian May Suffers Heart Attack

Queen guitarist Brian May said he was “very near death” after suffering a heart attack and says he “could have died”. May says he thought he ripped his glutes in a gardening accident and after checking with his doctor, discovered he had three congested arteries. Read the complete story here.    More

Metallica: The Making Of ‘Ride The Lightning’

Metallica’s second album, ‘Ride The Lightning’ was released summer of ’84. The band was in its’ infancy but the members were gaining traction with fans and were confident they had a prosperous future ahead. In a new interview, Kirk Hammett and Lars Ulrich talk about the making of their sophomore album. Click here to read the…More

Motley Crue, Def Leppard Postpone Stadium Tour Dates

Fans have been wondering the status of the 2020 Stadium Tour. Although Motley Crue and Def Leppard have not said if the tour is a go or will be canceled or postponed, they have quietly postponed at least two dates so far. An announcement is expected June 1. Find more information here.More

Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson Reveals COPD Diagnosis, Then Says He Misspoke

Recently, Ian Anderson said he’s suffering from an incurable lung disease, COPD and was diagnosed a couple of years ago. In an interview, Anderson said, “I do struggle. I have what are called exacerbations – periods when I get an infection that turns into severe bronchitis and I have maybe two or three weeks when…More

Byran Adams Apologizes For Instagram Rant Deemed Racist

Bryan Adams took to Instagram earlier this week and posted a video along with a caption filled with expletives blaming Chinese people for the Covid-19 crisis. Critics were quick to point out the racism behind his comments so yesterday, Adams issued an apology. Read the complete story, and Adams’ comments, here.More

Little Richard, Pioneer Of Rock-N-Roll, Dead At 87

Little Richard, one of the founding fathers of rock-n-roll who broke musical barriers died Sunday. He was 87. Born Richard Wayne Penniman, he had been suffering with bone cancer, according to his son. Little Richard’s influence was far-reaching. Artists like The Beatles, The Kinks, Bob Dylan, Scorpions, Elvis, CCR, Jerry Lee Lewis and The Everly…More

CONFIRMED: Brian Howe, Formerly Of Bad Company, Ted Nugent, Dead At 66

Singer Brian Howe, who replaced Paul Rodgers in Bad Company and sang lead on Ted Nugent’s album, ‘Penetrator’ has died at the age of 66. He suffered a heart attack but was alert and communicating with EMTs however, he fell unconcious and could not be revived. Read more about Howe’s passing here.More

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