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April 29, 2017

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No. 11 Wildcats look to defend home court

After being ranked for a third straight week, the No. 11 Wiley College men’s basketball team will look to protect its ranking when it hosts University of St. Thomas-Houston at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Texas College at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. “I told the guys we owe these two teams,” said head coach Jameus Hartsfield, who

Lady Wildcats dominate University of the Southwest

Playing their first home game in nearly a month, the Wiley College women’s basketball team used defensive pressure to pull away in a 98-41 rout over the University of the Southwest Friday in a Red River Athletic Conference game. The Lady Wildcats (11-3, 4-2 in RRAC), who are receiving votes in the NAIA Top 25

No. 8 Wildcats survive Mustangs in overtime

The No. 8 Wiley College men’s basketball team has won games in all kinds of ways and Friday night was no different. After losing the lead late in the second half, the Wildcats took control in overtime to defeat the University of the Southwest 85-76 in a Red River Athletic Conference game. “We fought hard,”

Wildcats rise to No. 8 in NAIA Poll

The Wiley College men’s basketball team’s surge in the polls continue as it climbed three spots for its highest ranking in the last decade at No. 8. After not receiving votes in the preseason poll, the Wildcats shot up to No. 11 in the December 6 poll after defeating then-No. 20 Texas Wesleyan and then-No.

Infrastructure! Infrastructure! Infrastructure!

It’s a term you often hear, politician love to scream it and lord knows every campaign in history has talked about infrastructure and the need for improvement.  Unfortunately a lot of the time infrastructure is something that is talked about and the drum beaten for it, but takes a backseat when the budget process starts.

Core Values– What should the City be doing?

As we begin the inaugural “From the desk of Eric Neal” blog, I want to clearly state my intentions for writing this blog. I will not be writing this blog to use as a political tool. I will not be attempting to stir controversy or promote my viewpoints on political issues. Rather, I am undertaking

From the desk of Eric Neal – Introduction

For quite some time I have considered the idea of writing a blog about the city from the perspective of a current City Commissioner.   One thing that I have learned in the last two years of being your mayor is that a lot of what we do in city government is either so boring

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