One reason why I personally love our little town of Abilene is seeing the help that our community gives. We are truly a very giving community. For example, both Chili's restaurants in Abilene will be helping out the Noah Project by donating their profits this Thursday, March 20th.
Over the years, Abilenians have seen some great local businesses come and go. Many who have lived here for a long can point out the old buildings and locations, and quickly identify what business used to operate from those spots. Here is our list of places that have closed down, but will always have a fond (some more fond than others) place in our hearts.
Recently, I asked everybody on my Facebook page, where they thought the worst intersection in Abilene was. There were the usual suspects and a few surprises, but now it's time to vote on which intersection is the worst in town based on what you all have said.
I have been in radio now for about 13 years and, during that time, I have seen so many people in the Abilene media that have come and gone. However, there are some that have been around far longer than I have and they have become living legends in their own right
Recently, former Jim Ned and University of Texas standout and current Cleveland Brown quarterback, Colt McCoy was in town holding a two day youth football camp. My Dad, who works at ACU where the camp was held, got a snapshot of himself with Colt.
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