The weather is getting colder, which means the Waxahachie Indians soccer season is just around the corner.
Deitra Pope, in green, and her son Crawford Abigt, a Waxahachie Global High student, rappel down a 13-story building Saturday to raise awareness about addiction.
As Deitra Pope’s heels rested on the edge of a 13-story building in Fort Worth, she knew she was facing a fear — a fear of heights so intense, she once had Six Flags officials come rescue her from the top of a ride at age 15.
8 Hour CEU Program, Thursday, December 11, 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Ellis County Extension Office, 701 South I-35E, Waxahachie. Registration is $50.00 includes lunch payable at door. Must R.S.V.P. by Dec… Comments (0)
The Lady Indians freshman team came out with the win against Irving Nimitz 47-27. They play Legacy at 5 p.m. on Dec. 2 at home next. Comments (0)
Each month the Waxahachie Rotary Club acknowledges an outstanding student from local high schools for superior citizenship and scholastic accomplishments The club is pleased to present Waxahac… Comments (0)
Susan G. Komen®Greater Fort Worth announced today that Erin Hayes has joined the nonprofit as the Affiliate’s Race and Events Manager. Comments (0)
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