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$80,000 Raised For Veteran’s Plaza To Honor Harry Patterson

$80,000 Raised For Veteran’s Plaza To Honor Harry Patterson

Those wanting to honor the life Harry Patterson through donations can do so by helping fund a project he was very supportive of for years; a veteran’s memorial plaza at Lake Wichita. Donations are also being matched up to $200,000 thanks to longtime family friends of the Pattersons. $80,000 has been raised since donations started…More

Texas Vehicle Title, Registration Waiver Ends April 14

Texas Vehicle Title, Registration Waiver Ends April 14

From the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles: The temporary waiver of certain vehicle title and registration requirements, announced by Governor Greg Abbott on March 16, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will end at 11:59pm on April 14, 2021, with no grace period. The expiring temporary waiver covers the following services: Initial vehicle registration. Vehicle…More

Blood Donations Needed Due To Increased Hospital Usage

Blood Donations Needed Due To Increased Hospital Usage

From Texas Blood Institute: Hospital blood usage has surged nearly 10% over previous levels, as our community moved into COVID recovery mode. Blood donors are needed immediately to respond. March was the highest distribution of certain blood products in the 44-year history of Texas Blood Institute. The dramatic increase in hospital usage comes at a…More

WFISD Officially Breaks Ground For New High Schools

WFISD Officially Breaks Ground For New High Schools

Wichita Falls ISD and community leaders gathered at both the west and east site locations to ceremoniously break ground for its two new high schools. While actual construction crews won’t be out until November, those who attended the event said it was an important step in the district moving forward. Read more about the groundbreaking…More

Wichita Falls Restaurants Struggle To Maintain Full Staff

Wichita Falls Restaurants Struggle To Maintain Full Staff

When the pandemic first began, restaurants across the globe struggled to fill tables with customers. Now, for many places in Wichita Falls, the problem is finding people to serve those customers. Craig Martindale, the owner of Taco Casa and Firo Fire Kissed Pizza in Wichita Falls, is also in a similar situation. “We go through…More

Honoring The Life Of Harry Patterson

Honoring The Life Of Harry Patterson

Many in the Wichita Falls community have asked how they can honor the life of Harry Patterson, a businessman with the heart of a servant who graciously gave to country and our community. Patterson was very supportive of veterans and veteran’s causes. One of his goals was to secure funding for a memorial plaza at…More

Wichita Falls Job Fairs Offer Over 300 Employment Opportunities

Wichita Falls Job Fairs Offer Over 300 Employment Opportunities

Wichita Falls is hosting two job fairs this week that will create over 300 employment opportunities for those who continue to be out of work during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Somewhere I have the opportunity to move up to bigger heights, greater heights,” said Ethan Pruett, a job seeker. Read more about upcoming job fairs here.More

Music News

AC/DC’s Brian Johnson: Autobiography To Be Released In October

‘The Lives of Brian Johnson’…that’s the title of the autobiography for AC/DC’s lead singer. The book, due out in October, chronicles Johnson’s life growing up in a working-class family in England to fronting one of the world’s biggest rock bands. “I’ve had some long nights and some great nights, some bad days and a lot…More

Brian May And Roger Taylor Look Back At 50 Years Of Queen

They’ve weathered the ups and downs of rock-n-roll, aging and dealing with record labels who don’t always have a band’s best interests at heart. In a new interview, Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor look back at 50 years of making music that has appealed to multiple generations. Click here to read the interview.  …More

Eddie Van Halen “Bookazine” Now Available

Eddie Van Halen’s life and career are the subjects of a new “bookazine” (a very thick magazine, the size of a book) available for $10 at the band’s official online store. Featuring full color photos of Eddie, both onstage and off and stories about his life, this is a must-have for every collector of Van…More

Gene Simmons: Rumors Of Move To Washington State Are Not True

Gene Simmons and his wife. Shannon Tweed have moved to Lake Tahoe, not Washington State as rumors previously stated. In fact, they’ve never owned property in Washington State. “We’ve raised our two kids, who’ve now moved on and bought their own homes in the Hollywood Hills. It’s time for Shannon and I to move out of L.A.…More

Wendy Dio On Husband Ronnie And Cancer: “…I Didn’t Think He Was Gonna Die”

Ronnie James Dio’s widow, Wendy said she believed her husband would survive cancer. “We went to Houston to MD Anderson for chemo treatment and we would say ‘We’re killing the dragon’. Ronnie didn’t suffer a lot. He did his chemo treatments”, said Wendy. Read more of her comments here. On-air now: Wendy Dio joins @WyattVW…More

Jason Newsted Didn’t Want To Leave Metallica, According To Band’s Therapist

Metallica’s former psychotherapist has revealed that Jason Newsted, who was hired to replace the late Cliff Burton, didn’t really want to leave the band. Phil Towle was brought in by the band members in 2001 to help them repair their relationship with Newsted. Towle said, “…I think that Jason — this is my second-hand knowledge — but…More

Rob Halford “Proud” Of Songs Written For New Judas Priest Album

It’s been 50 years and Judas Priest is still making new music. According to Rob Halford, “”I’m old school. We had one great big writing session last March for this new record that we’re still working on. And what I mean by that is Glenn [Tipton, guitar] and Richie [Faulkner, guitar] and myself at Glenn‘s beautiful studio. And that’s the…More

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