Every coach can name a favorite victory or two in his or her career.

    

Shon Ranton, the softball coach at Aubrey High School, has a mere 500 to choose from.

     

Ranton celebrated his 500th victory when the Lady Chaparrals beat Paradi...

Local high school football teams will find themselves in new districts this fall. Dave Campbell’s Texas Football hit local newsstands late last week, and fans of Pilot Point, Aubrey and Tioga will be happy to know their teams were picked to make the playoffs in the new...

David Lay chose a well-known high school coach’s surname as the middle name for one of his sons.

Richard Scofield had that kind of effect on Lay, the new girls basketball coach at Pilot Point High School. Lay was named to the post in June, taking over for Molly Wea...

Children wanting to beat the heat by making a dash to the splash pad at Old City Park in Pilot Point will have to wait until further notice.

The city implemented Stage II voluntary water conservation Tuesday because of a well that went out and needed repair. The well is...

A proposed new housing development in north Pilot Point has undergone some changes since it was first introduced to the Planning and Zoning Commission on May 7.

The P&Z saw a set of changes Monday and added some new recommendations during the meeting. Commissioners appr...

"I chose to be in the program to make my mom proud"

Merlinda Montoya and Breann Rangel will accomplish a first Friday.

They will be the first members of their family to graduate from high school.

The two Pilot Point High School seniors participated in the Choice program a...

Members of the Pilot Point Planning & Zoning Commission reviewed the development plan with Jay Childs of Dietz Engineering at City Hall Monday night

The Pilot Point Planning and Zoning Commission shot down a zoning request for a proposed housing development at its meeti...

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