Wichita County burn ban stays in effect.
Wichita County Commissioners set aside thousands to feed/house abandoned animals.
County officials say they recommended the burn ban stay in tact because they don't want to waste the county's diminishing water supply.
Bad news for Wichita County employees: a preliminary budget draft by commissioners doesn't account for across the board raises. That could be good news for county taxpayers because at this time, commissioners are trying to moved forward with next year's budget without raising the tax rate.
Wichita County Sheriff's Office employees say some of their security equipment hasn't been working properly.
Wichita County commissioners approved awarding grant money to four county programs that provide meals to senior citizens in the community.
In an effort to conserve water and prevent fires, county commissioners approve an extension of emergency burn ban.
Wichita County Commissioners continue to look at giving a little extra money to the nine volunteer fire departments, including two that currently don't receive any county funds.
County Commissioners have held several budget planning sessions over the last few weeks, discussing how to spend, and what to spend the County's money on.
Commissioners changed the overtime policy for county employees last year. Now they're looking to make other changes.
Commissioners heard four presentations today and none of those agencies asked for more funding.
Wichita County Commissioners are already planning for next year's budget.
A storm shelter can mean the difference between life and death when a tornado touches down.
That's why Wichita County Commissioners took the first step during a meeting this morning to help keep residents safe.
Mechell Dixon is here to tell us all about it.
Second floor renovations at the Wichita County Courthouse are now complete.
By this time in June, we should know if the old Wichita General Hospital building will have a new owner.
This morning, Wichita Falls city councilors and Wichita county commissioners both authorized the hospital board to sell the property to a prospective buyer for two point five million dollars.