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Red Steagall vistied the Pioneer Townsite to conduct interviews about the Abernathy Brothers. The story will be featured on his show “West of Wall Street” on RFDtv. He interviewed Ray Walker who owns the Crossroads Ranch once owned by Jack “Catch ‘Em Alive” Abernathy as well as Joe Wynn, Tillman County Historian.Historian. The episode is scheduled to air at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 25 on RFDtv.

Red Steagall vistied the Pioneer Townsite to conduct interviews about the Abernathy Brothers. The story will be featured on his show “West of Wall Street” on RFDtv. He interviewed Ray Walker who owns the Crossroads Ranch once owned by Jack “Catch ‘Em Alive” Abernathy as well as Joe Wynn, Tillman County Historian.Historian. The episode is scheduled to air at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 25 on RFDtv.

Red Steagall vistied the Pioneer Townsite to conduct interviews about the Abernathy Brothers. The story will be featured on his show “West of Wall Street” on RFDtv. He interviewed Ray Walker who owns the Crossroads Ranch once owned by Jack “Catch ‘Em Alive” Abernathy as well as Joe Wynn, Tillman County Historian.Historian. The episode is scheduled to air at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 25 on RFDtv.

School Superintendent Shannon Vanderburg (left) presents Tom Hensley with a plaque after he was chosen Frederick Public Schools’ Teacher of the Year for the 2018-19 school year.

From Hensley chosen teacher of the year   |   3/20/19

Kade Hicks fouls one in the dirt.

From Bombers hurler tosses no hitter   |   3/19/19

Bombers take an early lead in the consolation finals game against Central Broncos in the Red Dirt Invitational Tournament at Central.

From Bombers hurler tosses no hitter   |   3/19/19

Jakob Ingram was the first Patti Blankenship Scholarship recipient. The scholarship is now called the Bill and Patti Blankenship scholarship. To make a donation to the award, contact Amy Haynes or Frederick High School.

Former student turned artist Dany D drew a tribute piece for Bill Blankenship’s family.

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