A new Abilene ordinance no longer allows "any on the street" collecting. Abilene and Dyess Firefighters are readjusting how they will operate their "MDA Fill the Boot Campaign." Abilene Firefighter and event organizer John Brunett said "due to the new city ordinance, we've changed locations and we will not be collecting on the streets for the first time in over 20 years."
Texas Dairy Queen Operators’ Council announced Saturday, July 9th that they would donate $1 for each person that attended Sunday’s game between the Rangers and the Oakland A's. The total attendance at Sunday’s game added up to $33,834.
West Texas wildfires continue to burn-up everything in it's path. Many of the volunteer fire departments have run out of money or are about to run out of the funds necessary to continue operating during the out of control wildfires.
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