Former official to finish Pct. 2 term Former Shackelford County commissioner Larry Cauble was appointed by county judge Ross Montgomery this week to serve out the precinct 2 term being vacated by Shawn Askew.
Ordinance approved for repaved street A quorum of city council members took care of several noteworthy pieces of business during a brief Aug. 14 meeting, adjourning after only 30 minutes.
The city of Albany will receive a sales tax allotment of $42,957 from the state this August. The amount is down 4.23 percent from the $44,857 payment received in August of 2016.
Longhorn program, tours still on calendar Although the star gazing party this Saturday at Fort Griffin State Historical Site may be cancelled, there are several other events planned during the day that local residents may...
With big brother Rylan Roberson (at right, l) making sure she doesn’t take a tumble, 15-month-old Brantley Komma (r), outfitted in Albany Lions gear, does a spirited dance on a tabletop during Monday night’s annual...
On Monday, Aug. 21, parts of the U.S. will be treated to a total eclipse of the sun.
Volunteers douse recent small wildfires Triple digit temperatures, interrupted occasionally by thunderstorms accompanied by lightning, have triggered several grass fires over the past couple of weeks, causing concern among local firefighters and property owners.
Old Jail campers to ‘make waves’ today The final two Old Jail Art Center sponsored children’s summer camps take place this Thursday and Friday, with limits filled for both classes.
Clinic hopes to introduce new technology soon New equipment and technology is expected to open up an additional physical exam option for some ResourceCare patients once rules and regulations are ironed out.
Homeowners and business owners, especially excavators, are reminded that it is required by law to call 811 to have all buried utility lines located and marked before digging.