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Waco-area news briefs: May 29, 2017 | Briefly | wacotrib.com
Waco Tribune-Herald
The Waco Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol, the official auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, will have an open house event from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Cogdell ...

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Waco Tribune-Herald (blog)
Down the rabbit hole: Netflix, Waco, war and memorial
Waco Tribune-Herald (blog)
Waco's stone monument to the 143rd Regiment is located between the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and the Interstate 35 frontage road along the banks of the Brazos River. prev. next. I find I spend the most time on Netflix scanning the menu for choices ...



Waco Tribune-Herald
Downtown Waco leaders worry high tax values could imperil progress
Waco Tribune-Herald
Brian Ginsburg, who owns a cluster of buildings on Austin Avenue, including the home of Hey Sugar!, said rising tax values could hurt small businesses. downtown vaues. Buy Now. Staff photo — Rod Aydelotte. A grass parking area at 325 S. Sixth, near ...



KWTX
Waco: Masonic lodge hosts open house to talk about service to ...
KWTX
The Masonic Lodge held their annual open house event at the lodge to talk about their purpose Saturday afternoon.

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EDITORIAL: Wilbert Austin leaves example of stewardship, community spirit
Waco Tribune-Herald
To hear some of his election challengers through the years, Waco City Council member Wilbert Austin Sr. was something of a throwback, hardly up to representing East Waco and its heavily African-American community in the 21st century. But to others ...







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