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MISD and MDC Team Up to Possibly Launch Innovative High School Aerospace Program
Midland Independent School District and Midland Development Corporation are teaming up to try to put together an aerospace program for high school students.
Midlander Bryce Hoppel Ends Exciting Olympic Run in Semi-Finals
Midland High graduate Bryce Hoppel's Tokyo Olympics ends in the semi-final round of the men's 800-meter finals.
CNN To Feature a Movie About the Rescue of Midland’s Baby Jessica
If you were living here back in 1987 when the whole Baby Jessica thing was going on, like me, you remember how all of a sudden Midland was in the national news.
The Truth About Midland: Here is What Was at the Intersection of Midland Drive and Illinoi…
Continuing to school those of you who are new to town, here is the history of the intersection of Midland Drive and Illinois.
Trip of a Lifetime: Seeing My Favorite Players Get Inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fa…
Being a football fan all my life, I am excited about finally having the funds to make a trip to Canton, Ohio to see some of my favorite players and coaches get inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Texas Lawmakers File a Bill to Keep the Longhorns From Leaving the Big 12
In a symbolic move, the Texas Legislature have filed a bill to block the University of Texas from joining the Southeastern Conference.
Texas and Oklahoma Take Another Step to Leave the Big 12 Conference
Texas and Oklahoma have taken the next step to leaving the Big 12 Conference.
Home Sales Set Records in June For the Permian Basin
Home sales are once again setting records locally.
Midlander Natalie Hinds and Relay Teammates Win Bronze in Tokyo Olympics
The Tokyo Olympics are in full swing and Midlander Natalie Hinds and her team have won bronze in the 400m freestyle relay.
ERCOT Promises Texans Will Not Lose Power For the Remainder of the Summer
After the failure of the electric grid in February, many Texans are skeptical that they will not see power failures during the hottest months of the summer.