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Economy making paying for prescriptions difficult

ABILENE, Texas — With gas prices, food prices and everything in between going up, many people have less money to spend on inflation. Greg Young, pharmacy manager at Hendrick Professional Pharmacy, says they see patients struggle to pay for medication almost on a daily basis. "We worry the most...
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Back to school: Recruiting substitutes, retaining teachers

ABILENE, Texas — You might have heard about teacher shortages across the state with a new school year right around the corner. It turns out many districts are also short on substitute teachers, too. We checked with Abilene ISD to find out where they stand. After substitute teaching for...
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Abilene Eagles gear up for the 2022 football season

ABILENE, Texas — The Abilene Eagles have been anticipating hitting the field since last fall to continue to do one thing: dominate. Consistency has played a huge part in the Eagles program, as they have continued to improve each year under the leadership of head coach Mike Fullen. “I...
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Space of the Week: This Tone-on-Tone Kitchen Features the Trendiest Color of the Year

It's all about color in the kitchen right now, and this one in Abilene, Texas, is as saturated as they come. Catering to the homeowner's funky, cool tastes, designer Rebecca Gibbs went all in with a green palette built around emerald tiles. "I didn't want the space to be overly bright. I wanted it to feel cozy and warm," she says. She chose a soft sage for the cupboards, which coordinates with the tile's grout, and wood floors and marble counters to balance out the green.
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No cellphones allowed in new Texas restaurant

One Fort Worth, Texas restaurant owner is putting a unique spin on patrons' dining out experience by incorporating a no cellphone policy. In the historic Fort Worth stockyards where cattle once roamed, a new Italian restaurant called Caterina’s is bringing back the old days in a unique way. Customers...
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Easy Fine Dining

Well, ready-or-not, it’s happening! My son is moving into his own house/bachelor pad. Ugh, not sure what to call it. He is moving out and has requested some last minute cooking lessons! After an accident and realizing how special Abilene is, he decided to transfer to Abilene Christian University. The year was filled with all things ACU: pledging, Sub T-16 fun, Sing Song and so much more. But, by about March I got the news… he and some buddies were moving into a house. I knew it was time, but really?
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Kids learn to land a job, or a fish

There are two items I want to cover this week. One involves students in eighth grade through high school who need to know how to make an impression during a job interview. The other is for any age with one common interest: Fishing. And if you are also interested in helping out Boy Scouts of America, that’s a double plus.
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How to register: All Kind Animal Initiative hosts its 4th free vaccine clinic for Abilene Pets

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – The fourth free vaccination clinic for Abilene pets will be underway at the end of August, thanks to All Kind Animal Initiative and its partners. The free vaccines are made possible through Petco Love’s national vaccination initiative, which provides one million free pet vaccines to its partners. The vaccination clinic takes […]
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Shoppers look to save some dough for tax-free weekend

ABILENE, Texas — Tax-free Weekend often ties in with back-to-school shopping. According to Comptroller.Texas.gov, families can expect to save about $8 for every $100 spent. Many of those items include clothing and footwear, backpacks, and school supplies. Michael Moore, a Manager at Academy in Abilene, says parents who shop...
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