Donnie Long truly has the Spirit of Texoma and is sharing it with hundreds of others.
Following her retirement, after nearly forty years, in civil service on military installations all over the world, Anne Howe has spent the last twenty years helping pets.
For having a huge hand in making the Empty Bowls fundraiser happen Steve Hilton and his team of volunteers win the Spirit of Texoma Award.
For nearly fifty years of dedicated service to Camp Fire we honor Bettye Ricks with the Spirit of Texoma award.
If you have ever walked into the Walgreens at 9th and Brook in Wichita Falls you know the kindness of Fran Perry.
For his upbeat attitude and inspiring others Jeremy Johnson is honored with our Spirit of Texoma Award.
The KFDX Spirit of Texoma Award winner feels blessed to have been raised in a small town and she continues to give to others in big ways.
For making meaningful connections Lou Melvin truly deserves the Spirit of Texoma Award.
Another severe weather season has arrived in Texoma, and for nearly 60 years one Wichita falls man has been watching the skies and keeping residents safe. Tonight we honor his dedication and hard work with our Spirit of Texoma award.
Roger Herrera has always had a servant's heart. The retired educator also spent 27 years serving our country in the Armed Forces, and now he's serving meals to those in need at Faith Mission.
Congratulations to the voice of the Iowa Park Hawks, Robert Wilcox
A lot of the Spirit of Texoma Award winners have been active and involved in in their community for many years.
You may not recognize his face, but you'll know who he is when you hear his voice.
Nat Fleming is a true example of what sharing the spirit of Texoma is all about.
Betty Jo Harvey is honored as Spirit of Texoma Award Winner
Jim McGinn is helping folks truly take flight in life and for that he is our KFDX Spirit of Texoma Award Winner.
Lee Ackley inspires others in many ways.
Volunteers at the Harvest Food Ministry are serving up food and plenty of helpings of hope.
Dee Doria always greets folks who come in the Healthcare Center with a smile.
Whether tutoring or advocating for kids, Diana "Dee" Doria is sharing her Spirit of Texoma with others.