Walkers, runners and bikers on the city's Circle Trail System have another way to add to their fitness program now.
In about weeks, Wichita Falls' city councilors will be holding their budget workshop hoping to prioritize what projects need to be worked on for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.
It has been a beautiful day in Texoma and people across the area were out enjoying the weather.
Information about the Circle Trail Tour Noon Show, 4/28/2014
Everyone is invited to join Mayor Glenn Barham and City Staff for the Mayor's Citywide Town Hall Forum, Thursday, March 27th beginning at 7:pm at the MPEC, 1000 5th Street, in Room 10 of the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall.
On the heels of a 2005 decision to move medical training from Sheppard Air Foce Base, the City of Wichita Falls conducted a study to try to diversify and develop the local economy in case more cuts came in the future.
Wichita Falls city councilors decide to update a TxDOT grant application to continue work on the Circle Trail.
If Wichita Falls City Councilors approve city staff applying for two different TxDOT grants, the city will pick up the tab for about 20-percent of each project.
A city-wide project is coming in under budget, so officials are adding to their plans for the Wichita Falls Circle Trail thanks to leftover grant money. The trail is an expansion of the city's Hike and Bike Trail originally built in 1987. The expansion project has been in the works for four years.
Workers continue to make progress on the construction of a paved hike and bike trail that many area residents will have swift access to. Sections that are being worked on now should be complete by the end of the summer.