Noon Interview: High Heels for Hot Meals
We introduce you to the folks who keep The Kitchen up and running for so many in need.
Noon Interview: The Kitchen Fish Fry
A Wichitan who eats at The Kitchen wanted to give back to the organization for the help they giver her every day.
The Wichita Falls Regional Airport will soon have a food vendor.
The Wichita Falls Regional Airport has been open for three weeks now, and city officials are still working out some details.
In full holiday spirit, Santa visited with seniors at The Kitchen on Friday.
Meals on Wheels needs more volunteers.
The Kitchen is hosting its second annual Phone-A-Thon tonight.
The Kitchen is a winner in the national “March for Meals” competition.
The Kitchen was packed Friday morning as competitors took the stage in the annual Senior Idol competition.
For the second day, Oklahoma VA officials were in Texoma in the wake of the VA scandal that started in Phoenix.
Virginia Kerby Hearn turned 100 February 1.
Today's light snow-covered roads in Wichita Falls had local Meals on Wheels coordinators shifting gears to make sure all clients received a hot meal.
Staff at The Kitchen spent this afternoon preparing additional food for Meals on Wheels clients, in case winter weather puts the brakes on the program later this week.
A school project for Wichita Falls art students will soon spread some Christmas cheer to hundreds of clients of The Kitchen.
Cooks at The Kitchen prepared extra meals which volunteers delivered Monday and today to Meals on Wheels clients.
Several area non-profits will be able to provide Thanksgiving dinner to hundreds of people in need this holiday thanks to Denim and Diamonds' annual turkey drive.
Seniors compete in The Kitchen's 6th Annual Crazy Legs competitions
The lack of agreement between the president and some lawmakers may be cutting off or slowing some services and facilities of the U.S. Government, but a lack of volunteers is endangering and slowing delivery of hot meals to home-bound residents in Wichita Falls.