SBA webinar will focus on social media
The Small Business Administration and the W20 Group, a cluster of digital communications companies, will hold a webinar on creating content and engaging for Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday.
Energy tax breaks set this weekend
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs is reminding Texans that the state’s annual Energy Star sales tax holiday is this weekend, Saturday through Monday.
Crime Beat (May 21)
Aggravated robbery suspect arrested
Ozuna announces retirement
During a news conference Monday morning at Wichita Falls City Hall, City Clerk Lydia Ozuna announced that she will be retiring as of the end of May.
The Non-Commissioned Officer Academy at Sheppard Air Force Base prepares technical sergeants for future leadership roles in the Air Force.
WFISD left to mull its options
A surprise announcement Monday from Austin that the controversial curriculum CSCOPE would no longer use its 1,600 lesson plans for grades K-12 shocked supporters and critics of CSCOPE.
Storm drops rain, hail
Storms that brought devastation to Oklahoma left the Wichita Falls area relatively untouched, dropping some large hail — and welcome rain.
City downplays energy firm suit
A Plano-based energy company and two of its high-level officials are being sued by a similar company for breach of contract and more.
Local Jobless rate drops to 5.7% during April
The Wichita Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area unemployment rate went down to 5.7 percent in April.
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