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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

Drive-In Concerts Successful In Europe

Drive-in movies have long been a thing, but drive-in concerts? That’s what some cities in Europe are doing to allow for social distancing. Concert-goers drive to the venue and stay in their vehicles while the band plays. The music is heard on a dedicated FM frequency on their car stereo. Get more details here.More

Zac Brown Lays Off 90% Of Employees Due To Covid-19

Zac Brown laid off 90% of his staff this week due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “For the last 15 years, my crew and who I carry with me out on the road to play my shows and do what we do, I’ve had to let go about 90% of my family,” Brown continued. “The people that I…More

Legendary Artist Kenny Rogers Has Died

Grammy winning musician and actor Kenny Rogers died Friday night. He was 81. Rogers is best known for hits “The Gambler”, “Lucille” and ”Islands In The Stream”, his duet with Dolly Parton. Read more about Rogers life here.More

Live Nation, AEG Halting All Large-Scale Tours In US, Abroad

Live Nation and AEG are suspending all large-scales tours across the US and abroad until April due to coronavirus concerns. The news came in the form of a joint statement from Live Nation, AEG, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), William Morris Endeavor (WME), Paradigm, and United Talent Agency (UTA). They said the cancellations are for the…More

Here Are The Concerts And Shows Canceled Or Rebooked Due To Coronavirus

In the wake of fears over Covid-19, the strain of Coronavirus that has medical professionals and governments around the world concerned for the safety and well-being of citizens, many artists and promoters have canceled or rescheduled shows and festivals. Find out which artists and festivals are affected by clicking here.More

South By Southwest Music Festival 2020 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Fears

The Austin mayor is so terrified of Coronavirus he has canceled SXSW. The decision comes on the heels of sponsors backing out of the festival, several music festivals in other countries being canceled and major artists canceling tours and appearances. The annual music festival is in it’s 34th year and was scheduled for March 13-22.…More

Fulfilling Grand Ole Opry Obligations: Who Did, Who Didn’t In 2019

Membership in the Grand Ole Opry is an honor for Country artists but it also comes with an obligation to play 5-10 performances per year on the Opry stage. So who fulfills their Opry obligation and who doesn’t? Click here to find out which artists keep their commitment and who’s a deadbeat.More

Willie Nelson To Release 70th Studio Album, ‘First Rose Of Spring’

Country music legend Willie Nelson is set to release his 70th studio album in late April. On this album, Nelson left the songwriting to others including Randy Houser, Billy Joe Shaver, Toby Keith and Chris Stapleton, just to name a few. Read more about the album and pre-order your copy here.More

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Lee Brice, Justin Moore & Tyler Farr Help Raise $100,000 for Folds of Honor

Lee Brice, Justin Moore & Tyler Farr Help Raise $100,000 for Folds of Honor

Lee Brice, Justin Moore and Tyler Farr helped raise $100,000 for Folds of Honor, an organization that provides educational scholarships to families of military men and women who have fallen or have been disabled while on active duty in the U.S. armed forces. In honor of Memorial Day on May 25, the aforementioned artists each…More

Listen to Cam’s Dreamy New Single, “Redwood Tree”

Listen to Cam’s Dreamy New Single, “Redwood Tree”

Cam released a new single, “Redwood Tree,” on May 29. Co-written by Cam, Tyler Johnson and Anders Mouridsen, “Redwood Tree” will be featured on Cam’s upcoming sophomore album, which is slated for release later this year. Cam was inspired to co-pen the song by the majestic trees she encountered as a child growing up in…More

Watch Dolly Parton’s Inspiring New Video for “When Life Is Good Again”

Watch Dolly Parton’s Inspiring New Video for “When Life Is Good Again”

Country music icon Dolly Parton released a new quarantine-inspired song, “When Life Is Good Again,” on May 27. Dolly’s serene voice opens the tune with, “When life is good again, I’ll be a better friend, A bigger person when, Life is good again, More thoughtful than I’ve been, I’ll be so different then, More in…More

Blake Shelton’s New Ole Red Orlando Planning Early Summer Opening After Delay

Blake Shelton’s New Ole Red Orlando Planning Early Summer Opening After Delay

Blake Shelton’s new Ole Red restaurant/bar/venue in Orlando, Fla., is now hiring in preparation for “an early summer opening,” according to a press release. Ole Red Orlando was scheduled to open on April 14. However, the COVID-19 pandemic put a damper on the plans for the grand opening. Located at the ICON Park development, the…More

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