A visitation will be 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Wednesday , March 1, 2023 in the Elmwood Funeral Homes family center, 5750 Hwy 277 south. [volume] (Abilene, Kan.) 1888-1935, June 23, 1898, Page 8, Image 8, brought to you by Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, KS, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. Bond Legal works with The Legal Advocate to provide these news updates because we are passionate about helping victims and their families and hold those who are responsible accountable to make our communities safer. Man Arrested After Holding Female Hostage, Police Investigating Early Morning Drive-by, Three Area Men Charged with Crimes Against Children, Police Investigating After School Bus Shot With an Air Rifle, Police Investigating Homicide at the Salvation Army, Two Honduran Males Arrested for Aggravated Assault of a Child, Man Attempting to Flee Police Custody Crashes Car, Abilene Police Investigating Early Morning Homicide. It's ACU's fourth straight loss on the court, including its final three home games. Abilene-Sweetwater, TX Accidents in Taylor County are a major cause of property damage, injury, and death each year In Taylor County, statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that traffic crashes remain a primary public safety issue. Create a Website Account - Manage notification subscriptions, save form progress and more. She grew up in Japan and was extremely proud of her heritage, being a descendant of the samurai. Visitation will be from 1:00pm until the time of the service. What's driving Abilene's accident volume numbers and the sudden drop? ABC. Messer is also being treated for her injuries. personalized experience where available. Two others involved, Derrick Compton and Catrina Messer, were injured. Paul John Delacruz, 35, succumbed to his injuries, while the other two victims, a 42-year-old male, and a 40-year-old female, are being treated for life threatening injuries. (Weather station: Abilene Regional Airport, USA). Severe weather, including thunderstorms, high winds and tornadoes, affected the state last night leaving many without power and some communities with damage to homes and businesses.. One fatality reported, dozens injured. Neighborhood Services offers 2 Free Programs, All Kind Animal Initiative and Abilene Police Department partner in animal services and operations, Structure Fire: 1700 Block of Pasadena Dr, Structure Fire: 7000 Block of Coldwater Dr, NR 011422001 City closures and operations for Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday (PDF), NR 012822002 Skunk found in south Abilene neighborhood tests positive for rabies (PDF), NR 021822003 ATCPHD shares news of Similac formula recall (PDF), NR 031822004 Lake named in honor of Abilene Zoo architect Jimmy Tittle (PDF), NR 040722005 North 18th Street bridge work complete (PDF), NR 041222006 City closures & operations for Easter holiday (PDF), NR 042022007 Bat found in south Abilene neighborhood tests postitive for rabies (PDF), NR 042122008 North-central Abilene resident input needed at community meeting (PDF), NR 042722009 Redbud Park restrooms temporarily closed (PDF), NR 042822010 Public urged to take caution after stray dogs interact with rabid skunk (PDF), NR 051922011 Mesquite Heat Fire information and updates (PDF), NR 052522012 City operations for Memorial Day holiday (PDF), NR 061622013 City operations for Juneteenth holiday (PDF), NR 062422014 Statement on Roe v Wade and Sanctuary City (PDF), NR 062822015 Kirby Lake Park closing at 7 p.m. July 3 & 4 (PDF), NR 062922016 City closures & operations for Independence Day holiday (PDF), NR 071322016 First confirmed case of monkeypox in Taylor Co. (PDF), NR 072722017 Skunk found in Tuscola tests positive for rabies (PDF), NR 072822018 Natural conditions causing change in color of water supply (PDF), NR 080122019 Mayor, ATCPHD encourage COVID-19 vaccination (PDF), NR 090122020 City closures and operations for Labor Day holiday (PDF), NR 090222021 Skunk found in South Abilene neighborhood tests positive for rabies (PDF), NR 092222022 Abilene Animal Shelter temporarily closed during distemper outbreak (PDF), NR 092222023 ABI Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Station Complete (PDF), NR 102122023 COA Dyess sign service agreement (PDF), NR 110922024 Most City Offices Closed for Veterans Day (PDF), NR 110922025 Abilene awarded DEAAG grant (PDF), NR 112222026 City closures & operations for the Thanksgiving holiday (PDF), NR 122022027 City closures & operations for the Christmas and New Year holidays (PDF), NR 010621001 Taylor Elementary campus (PDF), NR 011421002 Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday (PDF), NR 012121003 North 18th Street bridge closed (PDF), NR 021221005 Severe weather conditions (PDF), NR 021521006 Curtail water use immediately (PDF), NR 021621007 Boil water notice issued (PDF), NR 022121008 Boil water notice rescinded (PDF), NR 022221009 Federal disaster declaration (PDF), NR 022321010 Hiring a plumber for freeze repair (PDF), NR 022621011 COVID-19 Vaccine Self-scheduling (PDF), NR 030821012 Main and South Branch Libraries return to regular service March 10, NR 030821013 City of Abilene Water Utilities Customer Service Center is reopening 3.10.21, NR 030821014 Presidential order requires continued use of face masks at ABI, CityLink, NR 030921015 City of Abilene Water Utilities Customer Service Center is reopening 3.10.21, NR 031921016 Citywide tornado drill set for Wednesday, March 31st, NR 032921017 Most City offices closed Friday for Easter holiday, NR 042821019 City warns residents of widespread flooding potential through end of week, NR 042921020 Justin Lelesch named Animal Services Director, NR 051421021 Tire Amnesty Days and rain barrel giveaway June 11-12, NR 052721022 Most City offices closed for Memorial Day holiday, NR 052721023 Parks and Recreation ready for an event-filled summer, NR 062821024 Notice of unclaimed property at the City of Abilene, NR 062921025 Most City offices closed Monday July 5 for Independence Day holiday, NR 081021025 United Airlines cancels air services out of ABI, NR 081221026 City staff providing assistance to undocumented immigrants traveling through ABI, NR 090221027 Most City offices closed for Labor Day holiday, NR 092521028 Mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus during routine testing, NR 092821029 East South 7th Street at Cedar Creek bridge closed for maintenance and repairs, NR 101221030 Pfizer vaccination and booster clinic set for October 20, NR 103121031 Join us for Abilene Academy 2022, NR 110321032 Abilene Taylor County Public Health District welcomes Medical Director Dr. Gary Goodnight, NR 110421033 Work to begin on North 18th Street bridge, NR 110521034 Cardboard recycling returns to Abilene dropoff centers, NR 110921035 Downtown traffic changes begin Tuesday, November 9, NR 110921036 Most City offices closed for Veterans Day, NR 111521037 Mayor Anthony Williams commended for 20 years of service, NR 112321038 City of Abilene Thanksgiving holiday closures, NR 121021040 City partners with All Kind Animal Initiative to build animal adoption center, NR 122021041 City closures for Christmas and New Years holidays, Bissell Pet Foundation Empty the Shelters news release, H-E-B Feast of Sharing Drive Thru 2021 news release, NR 011020001 Utility bill due date extended (PDF), NR 022520004 Abilene Police Chief Submits Resignation (PDF), NR 030620006 Central Business District project begins (PDF), NR 030920007 Citywide tornado drill (PDF), NR 031220008 No confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Taylor County (PDF), NR 031620009 Limit potential for spread of COVID-19 (PDF), NR 031820010 Further restrictions to limit spread of COVID-19 (PDF), NR 032320011 Extension of disaster declaration (PDF), NR 032620012 First confirmed positive case of COVID-19 (PDF), NR 032620013 Residents urged to practice social distancing (PDF), NR 03312020 CityLink - 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Phantom Hill area (PDF), NR 081920048 COVID19 results from area nursing home (PDF), NR 081920049 Boil water notice rescinded (PDF), NR 082420050 Passing of employee with COVID-19 (PDF), NR 090420052 Bat tests positive for rabies (PDF), NR 090820053 Help Abilene Animal Services win 100k from Petco Foundation (PDF), NR 091420054 Three finalists named in Chief of Police search (PDF), NR 092920055 Annual crack sealing program underway (PDF), NR 100520056 Registration open for free, drive through flu shots (PDF), NR 100920057 Current downtown parking limits in effect (PDF), NR 101620058 Marcus Dudley Jr. named Chief of Police (PDF), NR 101920059 Downtown Street and Parking Restriping Program (PDF), NR 102120060 Inaugural United Express flight between Abilene and Houston (PDF), NR 102620061 Chief Stan Standridge Appointed Chief of Police of San Marcos, TX (PDF), NR 102720062 Solid waste services suspended for Tuesday, October 27 (PDF), NR 110120063 Join us for Abilene Academy 2021 (PDF), NR 110420064 Where to Dispose of Tree Limbs & Brush (PDF), NR 110920066 Animal Seizure Warrant to Paw Angel Animal Rescue (PDF), NR 111020067 COVID Data Reporting Delayed During Holidays (PDF), NR 112020068 Parks and Recreation Fall Events (PDF), NR 112320069 Thanksgiving holiday closures (PDF), NR 112420070 Thanksgiving Gathering Tips (PDF), NR 120720071 United Airlines temporarily reduces flight schedule (PDF), NR 120820072 CDC releases new quarantine measures (PDF), NR 120920073 $100,000 in Outstanding Parking Tickets owed (PDF), NR 122120075 New drone owners must register with FAA (PDF), NR 122120076 Christmas holiday closures (PDF), NR 122220077 ATCPHD will receive 600 Moderna Vaccines (PDF), NR 122820078 Recycler No Longer Accepting Cardboard and Paper (PDF), NR 122820079 New Year's Day holiday (PDF), NR 123020080 Building list for next round of COVID vaccinations (PDF), NR 123120081 Inclement Weather closures (PDF), NR 0104001 Preparations underway for May 4th election, NR 0104002 Municipal Court closing January 10 and 11 for internal training, NR 0108003 Applications now accepted for 2019 Abilene Academy, NR 0110004 Adventure Cove now booking 2019 rentals, NR 0111005 Abilene Animal Shelter sets new record for fewest animals euthanized, NR 0117006 Ribbon cutting celebrates completion of Industrial Boulevard project, NR 0118008 Most City offices closed for MLK holiday, NR 0130010 Abilene BAT better serving mental health emergencies, NR 0201011 Financial assistance applications now accepted for 2019 camps, NR 0204012 Flags at half staff in honor of fallen Border Patrol agent, NR 0213013 New apps make it easy to report a problem, find some fun, and show your ABILove, NR 0218014 Mayor Anthony Williams to present February 24th State of the City Address, NR 0227015 Citywide tornado drill set for Wednesday March 6, NR 0301016 City of Abilene unable to consider support of Taylor County tax increase request, NR 0306017 Citizens encouraged to share ideas for neighborhood improvements at community meetings, NR 0328019 Spots available at free cooking class, NR 0405021 Clean up Kirby Lake with Keep Abilene Beautiful, NR 0405022 Free rain barrels available to Abilene residents, NR 0408023 City of Abilene welcomes Chief Information Officer, NR 0417024 Most City offices closed Friday for Easter holiday, NR 0509025 City of Abilene welcomes new Director of the Abilene Zoological Gardens, NR 0518026 City preparing disaster declaration after severe weather, NR 0518028 Community volunteer work day scheduled after severe weather, NR 0519029 Abilene City Council enacts temporary curfew, NR 0519030 Citywide call for volunteers and available support resources following Abilene tornado, NR 0520031 Residents urged to sign up for CodeRED amid continued severe weather threat, NR 0521032 United Way donation covers cost of dental work for group of Abilene residents, NR 0522033 Summer 2019 holiday closures for city offices, NR 0530034 More than three hundred structures 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