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Ticket Information Released For Coyote/Rider Game

Ticket Information Released For Coyote/Rider Game

The Wichita Falls ISD athletics department has released information about ticket sales for the upcoming Rider vs Wichita Falls High School football game. Kick-off is at 7:05pm this Friday at Memorial Stadium. Find ticket information here.MORE

Local Group Encouraging Residents To Vote “No” On Upcoming School Bond

Local Group Encouraging Residents To Vote “No” On Upcoming School Bond

While many groups are pushing to vote “yes” on the Wichita Falls ISD proposed school bond, one group wants voters to consider a few details before passing the $290 million bond. Bill Franklin joined the Wichita Falls ISD school board in 2014, right after the proposed bond election that year failed. He says this time…MORE

City View ISD To Discontinue Distance Learning

City View ISD To Discontinue Distance Learning

With just over half of virtual students failing their classes, City View ISD has decided to no longer offer remote learning. Data from the past three weeks shows administrators that virtual learning isn’t working. Read the complete story here.  MORE

Early Voting Numbers For Texoma Counties

Early Voting Numbers For Texoma Counties

Early voting began Tuesday in Texas. Click here to find a breakdown of how many registered voters have cast their ballots early across Texoma, both in-person and by mail.MORE

TABC Releases Map Of Texas Counties Opting In To Reopen Bars

TABC Releases Map Of Texas Counties Opting In To Reopen Bars

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission released a map showing which counties have already opted in to reopen bars under Texas executive order GA-32. Click here to find out which counties in our listening area will allow bars to reopen.MORE

Hospitals Urging Flu Shot, Poses Risk To Capacity

Hospitals Urging Flu Shot, Poses Risk To Capacity

Hospitals across Texoma are urging everyone to get their flu shot as they continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. “It will present challenges for not just the hospitals.,” United Regional Health Care System’s president and CEO Phyllis Cowling said, “but all of the healthcare resources in our community.”MORE