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TEXAS, USA — Here are some of the links mentioned in the newscasts:

Sept. 18

Big Country Wild Life Rehabilitation Center will have its second annual "Wine With The Wild" hosted by the Winery at Willow Creek in Abilene, Texas. For more information click here.

Sept. 15

Keep San Angelo Beautiful has plenty of events lined up, from a tree giveaway to new murals to their annual Fall Sweep. Check out their Facebook page to see how to get involved. 

Sept. 10

The West Texas Fair & Rodeo and Expo Center of Taylor County are raising money to help cover the cost of the funeral of West Texas bronc rider, Skee Burkes. You can make a donation here.

Sept. 7

The West Texas Fair & Rodeo is up and running. To learn more about ticket prices and events scheduled, click here.

Sept. 6

Friday, Sept. 8, the Abilene Zoo will host the Rock and Roar concert. For more information and to get your tickets click here.

Galilee CDC's 11th annual Lone Wolf 5K and Fun Run will be happening this weekend at Middle Concho Park, and will have a superhero theme. For more information or to register, click here

Sept. 4

South Concho Food Co. is in soft opening this week, gearing up to its grand opening Friday. The eatery and catering service features an all gluten-free menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For more info and a complete menu, go to the restaurant's website

Aug. 31

The Lower Colorado River Authority has partnered with the Concho Valley Community Action Agency to help rural families in need with utilities. For more information, go to the CVCAA's website.

Aug. 30

Sweetwater will begin its annual seal coat project Tuesday, Sept. 5. For more details, visit sweetwatertx.gov.

Aug. 29

The 41st Annual Chili Super Bowl & Cook-off starts Saturday in Buffalo Gap. For more information, visit benrichey.org.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Abilene is kicking off its "30 Men in 30 Days" campaign. To learn more, or to volunteer, go to bbbstx.org.

Aug. 28

Family and friends of 14-year-old Kyle Mosher Jones have started a GoFundMe page to raise for his family as they prepare for his funeral. To make a donation, visit the page here.

Aug. 25

The Resource Care Community Health Center is back with its fifth annual Carefest. Tickets are available for purchase on their website.

Aug. 24

San Angelo ISD has enacted a new clear bag policy for events at San Angelo Stadium. To find out what you can and can't bring in, click here.

Aug. 22

Chili Potato swag is here. Follow this link to order your shirts and more. 

Aug. 21

Dove season is almost upon us again and the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department has provided a checklist to help you get ready for the Sept. 1 start date.

Aug. 14

The Children's Advocacy Center of Greater West Texas needs CASA volunteers. To apply, or learn more, click on the application here.

Aug. 3

The For the Brave Olympics will take place Aug. 4-5 at Sports Next Level on College Hills Boulevard For more information, or to sign-up, go to discountsforthebrave.com.

July 27

The fear of jobs being limited because of the growth of AI is increasing. Here's an opportunity to get into the heavy construction industry in Texas in the face of job scarcity.

July 26

SAISD's free and reduced lunch application is out now. To register your student in the program, visit the SAISD website here.

The Goodfellow Air Force Base Honorary Commander program is accepting applications. For more information, click here.

July 25

The San Angelo Animal Shelter needs your help in saving several pups from euthanasia. To learn more about how to adopt or foster visit the Concho Valley Paws website.

July 21

The 40th annual Tour De Gap race will take place July 22-23. You can register in person Saturday morning, or online at Tour De Gap's website.

Want to become an Abilene police officer? Be apart of the next class or recruits, by submitting an application by July 23rd.

The Abilene Zoo is turning 57! Check out a full schedule of celebration events here!

July 20

The 2023 Children's Business Fair in Abilene is happening this week! To learn how to register your child to participate in next year's event, click here.

July 17

Want to receive free books to jumpstart your child's love of reading? Register here for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library by United Way of Abilene!

July 11

San Angelo ISD is hosting an Enrollment Support Event at the SAISD Administration Building (1621 University Ave) from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, July 13, to assist families with the registration and enrollment process for the upcoming school year.

July 10

Anyone in San Angelo with an outstanding warrant must have it resolved by 4:30 p.m. Friday, July 28th. To learn how to dispose of a warrant, visit the City of San Angelo website.

June 26

ASU will be expanding and enhancing its online education programs with the arrival of a new dean of digital learning and instruction. Find out more about online classes here

June 23

Officials identified one San Angelo and one Abilene resident among the 4 dead in a tornado that hit the Texas panhandle town of Matador. Each man has a gofundme set up to assist his family during this time. To donate to the family of Troy Hernandez, click here. To donate to the family of Victor Valenzuela, click here.

June 22

Click here for more info on San Angelo YMCA summer programs. 

June 19

Registration for San Angelo Business Plan competition is now open here. Contestants must meet the eligibility requirements for a chance to win. First place winner may receive up to $40,000 in a cash grant, $20,000 in a cash grant for second place and $10,000 in cash grant for third place. The winners may also receive in-kind services donated by local businesses.

June 6

Lake levels in the Big Country are in need of replenishing. To do your part in conserving water in your home, visit the city of Abilene website here.

May 30

Goodfellow Air Force Base is hosting an Open House & Block Party Saturday, June 3. For details about the event, such as how to get on base and what you need to bring, visit their website here.

The Women Veteran Society is hosting its inaugural ball. Find out how to get tickets here

May 25

SAISD graduation ceremonies will be livestreamed on the SAISD website.

Inclement weather may affect commencement ceremonies in Abilene this weekend. For details on alternate plans for Cooper, ATEMS, and Abilene High Schools check out the AISD website.

ASU's Computer Coding and Cybersecurity Summer Camps info and registration link can be found here.

May 24

The Patio at Elm Creek is offering an intimate fine dining experience, Sunday May 28th. For ticket information and more, visit their website.

May 22

For more information about registration and pricing of Meals for the Elderly's 18th Annual Clayshoot, click here.

May 3

Local Elections take place Saturday, May 6th from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Find a Taylor County polling location here and Tom Green County locations here.

May 2

This year was record-breaking for Abilene gives, you can view a listing of all organizations and donations received here.

San Angelo Gives took place today, you can find a list of all the non-profits that benefit from this fundraiser here.

April 6

Today is the last day to register to vote for local elections. Download your form here.

March 31

SAISD will be accepting open enrollment and transfer applications for the 2023-2024 school year beginning April 3, 2023. Click here to be taken to the application!

The City of Abilene will be conducting a city wide tornado drill on Wednesday, April 5 at 10am. Sign up by texting ABITAYTX to 99411 or visiting the CodeRED website

March 24

The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a statement about grants that are available to victims who's homes were damaged by fires in 2022. Find more information on who can apply for the grants here.

An Abilene family lost their home in a fire in mid-March. To help replace what they lost, donate to a gofundme set up on their behalf.

March 21

Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church is in need of donations to repair the building and improve the property value of their location and community. The church is accepting donations via Cash App. Their Cash App tag is $GTGBF.

March 17

Donate to the family of Maria and Emilia Tambunga who were killed in an Ozona car crash from reckless driving on the family's gofundme.

March 10

The San Angelo Animal Shelter has reached dog capacity! Take a look at dogs available to be adopted or fostered here.

It's time for Sweetwater's annual Rattlesnake Round-up. You can find a full list of times and events here.

A Sky Warn class is being held in San Angelo for residents who want to help out the National Weather Service during severe weather. You can find all the information here.

March 9

Our Marissa Stubbs took a closer look at San Angelo's Adult Softball League. For more information on registering for a team, head over to the city's website.

March 8

The Texas Business Women of San Angelo want you to join their effort to uplift women in business in the Concho Valley. Join by visiting their website!

March 7

Galilee Community Development Corporation in San Angelo is hosting a Credit 101 workshop, to learn about a credit report, common credit score myths and more, register here.

February 13

The American Turkish Association in Houston has organized a GoFundMe page to help the survivors of the earthquake that struck Turkey.

February 9

Abilene ISD is considering a grade reconfiguration for the 2024-2025 school year. This would create new school zones for many parents and students. You can find the interactive school zone finder here.

January 23

The city of Abilene, and Tom Green County have several positions up for grabs in the May 2023 election. Candidate filings can be found on the City of Abilene and City of San Angelo's websites.

January 6, 2023

Mutton Bustin' sign-ups are now open for the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo. For information and event rules, visit their website here.

November 22

The Colorado Help Fund is a site used to donate to the victims and families of those involved in the 'Club Q' LGBTQ+ Nightclub shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado. To make a donation, visit the official CHF website.

Numerous Abilene businesses and city offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday. Visit the city's website for a full list of services and locations closed.

November 15

The City of San Angelo is considering making a change to the selection process of Chief of Police. To leave a question or comment for the city on the matter, visit the city website.

November 2

Gulf War Veteran John Mumby is walking across Texas to raise awareness for Gulf War illness research and veteran suicide prevention. To support him and his cause, visit the walkforvets.org facebook page.

October 4

Angelo State University and Shannon Medical Center will host a flu-shot clinic from Oct. 5-7. For details on payments and needed materials, visit the ASU website.

September 14

The Texas Ballet is back with a fun twist to classic ballet! Find ticket information and upcoming shows on its website.

August 19

Meals for the Elderly is extending its services to Concho County starting September 1st. To see if you or someone you know qualifies and apply, visit their website.

August 18

Tom Green County Public Library is hosting the 'Zombie Doll Program' in October! To learn details about the event, visit tgclibrary.com.

August 16

San Angelo Independent School District is hiring bus drivers with a starting pay of $20/hour. To apply, visit saisd.org.

August 3

Vitalant is gearing up ahead of the Labor Day holiday. Anyone who donates between September 1-8 will get a free gift via e-mail. For more information on the free gift, or to schedule an appointment, visit the Vitalant website.

July 21

Anyone with an outstanding warrant in San Angelo has the opportunity to have it resolved before 4:30 p.m. July 22. For more information on where to make an appearance or alternate ways to have it resolved, visit the City of San Angelo website.

July 20, 2022

The San Angelo Independent School District is bringing back its free and reduced meals application for the 2022-2023 school year. For more information go to saisd.org.

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