One week after its CEO resigns, Wilbarger General Hospital now has a new interim top boss.
Special Olympics hosted its annual swim competition Saturday.
Four days after Wilbarger General Hospital's CEO resigned, a hospital official says the hospital board has found a replacement.
Interviews are now underway to find a new chief executive officer of Wilbarger General Hospital.
Fireworks will not be lighting up the skies over the City of Vernon on July 4th.
A three way race for the Vernon city commission last month ended up without a majority winner, so the top two candidates are still battling it out in a runoff.
The City of Vernon has downgraded from Stage 4 to Stage 3 water restrictions.
One thing Vernon won't have to water anymore is the football field.
City Manager Mitch Grant says the well levels have stayed constantly low.
A man authorities say escaped from the Murray County Jail in Sulphur, Oklahoma back on May 23 is back in Oklahoma after being captured and jailed in Vernon over the weekend.
The Red River Valley Museum in Vernon is inviting everyone to their big golden anniversary celebration tomorrow.
The Vernon Plaza Theater hopes the new X-Men showing this weekend will be the last 35 millimeter film they show.
The Vernon Aquatic Center is opening this weekend, and with the drought, some are asking if the park should open.
Vernon native and District 28 State Senator Robert Duncan will take over as the new chancellor of Texas Tech University on July 1.
Several water issue are on tap to be discussed during Tuesday's Vernon City Commission meeting.
Texas taxpayers will pay most of the rehab bill for the affluenza teen, Ethan Couch, after he's ordered to attend a facility in Vernon.
It's been 35 years since one of the 10 costliest tornadoes to hit the United States in modern history barreled down on Wichita Falls.
Roy Orbison's three sons are all musicians but never really got to play music with their dad - until now.
After 15 months without a leader, the Vernon Business Development Corporation will soon have a new director on board.
One Texoma town is looking down, instead of up for more water during the drought.