4th of July Thing ends with a bang!

MUNDAY—Moving Munday Forward’s second annual 4th of July Thing again saw large crowds estimated at 700 all day long from the city and the surrounding areas as they celebrated the nation’s independence with a family-friendly event that ended with an amazing firework display… For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week,…

Six man all-star games scheduled

WICHITA FALLS—The Six Man Coaches Association was scheduled to finish up its annual meeting today and Friday prior to hosting all-star basketball and football games…. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019 The Knox County News-Courier.

Dancers compete in Grapevine

The Movement Space Dance Company were scheduled to compete in the solo, duet, small group and large group divisions of the Legacy National Dance Competition in Grapevine earlier this week. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019 The Knox County News-Courier.

Callaway to speak at coaches clinic

WICHITA FALLS—Caleb Callaway, athletic director and football coach at Knox City High School, will talk about Greyhound Football at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Six Man Coaches Association annual meeting here at the Hampton Inn. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright…

Border order aid bill OKed

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Amid a raging nationwide debate over the dire conditions of migrant detention centers, the U.S. House and Senate rushed to pass legislation last week to address a crisis at the U.S-Mexico border. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019 The…

Fireworks will light the sky above Munday

MUNDAY—A spectacular fireworks display starting at dusk will bring an end to the second annual  “The 4th of July Thing” here today at the Munday Event Center. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019 The Knox County News-Courier.

‘4th of July Thing’ schedule announced

MUNDAY—Moving Munday Forward has announced the schedule for its second annual “The 4th of July Thing,” starting at 3 p.m. next Thursday at the Munday Event Center. Registration for the Cornhole Tournament will last until… For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright…

Consider hosting an exchange student

Traveling the world is fun, but many times there are things holding us back. Finances, time, and other commitments make it tough to travel. Did you know there is a way to bring the world to you? For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version…

Three Knox athletes in Oil Bowl games

WICHITA FALLS—Benjamin’s Temi Flowers recorded seven kills as the East scored a 25-17, 27-25 victory over the West in the small school Oil Bowl volleyball game here last Saturday at the Rider High Gym. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019…

‘4th of July Thing’ will return

MUNDAY—Residents of Munday and Knox County will not have to go very far to see an impressive fireworks display when the nation celebrates its independence on July 4… For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Courier this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019 The Knox County News-Courier.

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