COPPERAS COVE — Shawn Cherry couldn’t help but find himself in the Dawg house on Friday night in the Waxahachie Indians season opener.
The SPCA of Texas has announced that its 15th annual Strut Your Mutt, the Race to End Animal Cruelty, set for Sunday, Nov. 8, is going fully virtual due to safety concerns with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The tragic death of Waxahachie High School baseball senior Austin Elbert on Tuesday has seen numerous tributes to his memory since. One of these was Tuesday’s game between the Waxahachie and Midlothian varsity volleyball teams, which saw a moment of silence shared prior to the start of the v…
You see them on the sidelines giving aid to players. You catch a glimpse of them buzzing around teams with water bottles in hand – who are they? None other than the athletic training student aides.
The Dallas YMCA has announced some exciting things happening in connection with the 53rd annual Dallas YMCA Turkey Trot, a tradition that takes place Thanksgiving Day morning Thursday, Nov. 26.
The Waxahachie community received devastating news Monday afternoon when it learned of a tragic traffic accident involving a baseball senior. That news took an even more heartbreaking turn Tuesday when the community learned that Austin Elbert, 17, had succumbed to his injuries.
The Waxahachie Fishing Club is looking for students and volunteers interested in joining the club. No experience is required; the club’s goal is to promote a positive atmosphere where all can learn about and enjoy the great outdoors
Hannah Ramirez, a University of Louisiana at Lafayette senior libero, claimed the first Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week award of the 2020 season, the league office announced this week.
Emily Six has worked since she was 18 months old on a dream that has finally come true. As a Waxahachie High senior, level 10 gymnast, she received a call Sept. 1 that solidified the collegiate competition goal that she set so long ago.
All Waxahachie ISD junior high students involved in fall athletics were provided a buff to serve as mask protection during the season. The athletic department purchased 1,200 buffs, which are being distributed to the student-athletes. “We are focused on being thorough and consistent which in…
Waxahachie Rotarians Mickie and David Hill recently checked on the trees planted by the Rotary Club and some of its Interact students two years ago at Matthews Park. “Today, David and I went out to restake the redbuds and oaks,” Mickie Hill wrote on her Facebook page. “While there, I visited…
To bolster the safety of Waxahachie High School students, staff and fans, a new Perry Weather monitoring station has been installed at the school’s athletic complex. The existing Perry Weather app is linked to the new unit mounted on top of the softball press box. It provides real-time data …
For Anthony Hopkins, golf is a passion he’s shared with students eager to learn the game. Now, he’ll be able to share that love of the sport as the new general manager and head professional at the Waxahachie Golf Club.
Meet Kayla Jenkins: A Life High School Waxahachie graduate, track star and aspiring criminal justice lawyer. Attending Texas Southern University on a track scholarship, Jenkins is running her race with her sights set on a criminal justice degree.
Though high school hoops season is still two months away, Waxahachie High School senior CJ Noland made quite the splash Tuesday, taking to Twitter to officially announce his top-seven potential Division-I destinations and knocking out a host of suitors across the country.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, nursing home and assisted living center residents have been confined to their facilities, with many of the activities they enjoyed stopped.
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The Waxahachie Indians and District 11-6A have a schedule that features several contingencies, two pools of four and a mid-season playoff to potentially determine postseason seeding.
Over the summer, a sand volleyball court in Waxahachie proved one serve at a time that sports have a way of uniting communities as roughly three dozen young people regularly gathered on the campus of The Avenue Church.
Building community through boxing is what Red Oak Police canine officer and retired professional boxer Johnny Determan hopes to accomplish with the opening of his new gym. Blue Line Boxing and Fitness is still in the planning stages but plans are to open in Red Oak come October.