The annual St. Patrick's Day street festival is Saturday, March 14.
Downtown Proud organizers made a tough call this afternoon to cancel the City Lights Parade completely.
A downtown Wichita Falls staple is getting some upgrades.
The downtown building hosts what all hope to be many events.
The annual event is March 15 starting at 4:30 p.m. on the corner of 8th and Indiana in historic downtown Wichita Falls.
This year's race is March 15 at 10 a.m. Day-of registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Wichita Falls Farmer's Market.
This year's St. Patrick's Day Festival will have some exciting entertainment hitting Downtown Wichita Falls.
Work continues on the original Zales building in Downtown Wichita Falls.
Downtown Proud's annual events brought in more than three- million- dollars to Wichita Falls in 2013 and Pride in the Falls launched a new "shop local" campaign.
The annual City Lights Parade is Saturday in Wichita Falls
A lot of the Spirit of Texoma Award winners have been active and involved in in their community for many years.
Despite late season freezes taking their toll on Charlie-Thornberry farmers' crops, they didn't let that stop them from treating market-goers with something sweet to eat.
The numbers are in and organizers are very pleased with how much money the Zombie Crawl & 5k run made.
Downtown Wichita Falls was bubbling over with the sights, sounds, and scents of bayou country
The "Downtown Proud" organization will soon take over management of the downtown farmers market.
The lease agreement will be discussed at Tuesday's city council meeting.