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There was a great turnout this past Saturday at the Archer City Visitor Center of people coming to purchase a spot on the “The Branded Horse.” As previously reported, the statue will stand on the grounds of Walsh Park as a visual record of many of the brands that represent part of the life’s…

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Lease holders on Lake Kickapoo will see an increase in lease payments. The City of Wichita Falls City Council, the owner of the property subject to the leases, approved a 20.75% increase at a meeting on February 5. Lease prices vary due to size and amenities, but a typical lot lease will inc…

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Mitch McLemore, a 1984 graduate of Archer City High School, will become a Pirate in the best sense as Head Football Coach/Athletic Director at Petrolia High School. A committee of 13 administrators and community members in the Petrolia Independent School District made him the unanimous selec…

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The Windthorst Trojans turned the corner on their season with a win over Seymour late in the second round of District 9-2A play.  Since then they have managed to claim a playoff spot in an overtime nail biter over the Olney Cubs.  The Trojans have peaked at the right time with an impressive …

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The Muenster Lady Hornets was heavily favored going into last Tuesday night’s Quarterfinal game with the Windthorst Trojanettes.  The Trojanettes were fully aware of the uphill battle they were facing.  Muenster was ranked No. 22 in the state by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches on…

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The Arts Alive Home & Garden Show is this Saturday and Sunday at the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall right beside Kay Yeager Coliseum. The entire building will be full of exhibits and displays including the auditorium where you will find expert speakers sharing their knowledge on a broad range o…

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