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3-year starting QB Dylan Neuman set to lead 2020 Clyde Bulldogs

 

It is almost time for some Friday night lights and I know personally I can’t wait for some football. Another team that can’t wait in the Big Country is the Clyde Bulldogs, they’re under head coach Scott Campbell ready for the 2020 season. They’re gonna get on a bus and go to Cisco to take on the Loboes Friday. They can’t wait for that one.

 

Clyde Head Coach Scott Campbell said, “We’re chomping at the bit. We really kicked all this off on June 8th when our summer conditioning started and the guys have worked extremely hard. Knowing that we have a challenging opponent in Cisco to open the season, it’s had our guy’s attention and focus all throughout fall camp.”

 

The Bulldogs lean on senior quarterback Dylan Neuman who has plenty of experience under his belt already. Campbell says Neuman has been an efficient leader to the newcomers headed into the season.

 

Campbell said, “His leadership really shows up in a lot of different ways. He’s a three year starter for us, works great in the weight room and out here leading the guys, we have quite a few young guys on our team this year and he’s been nice to kind of be another coach for us out on the field.”

 

Clyde senior Dylan Neuman said, “The underclassmen and even the juniors have been really on board with everything which is what the seniors have been saying, myself included. We just have a great program, we have a bunch of great kids and everyone has the same common goal and everyone just works really hard.”

 

Speaking of newcomers, Campbell says the mixture of experienced starters and new starters has meshed well so far as they prepare for the season. He’s ready to develop each player throughout the year.

 

Campbell said, “So far through three weeks it’s been really good. You learn a lot about your team that first Friday night and then you face some adversity and you see how you handle that as a group together and stick together through those things. We feel like we’ve learned a lot in the last three weeks.”

 

Clyde kickoff against Cisco at 7:30.

 

 

By: David Robinett, Max Preston

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19 new COVID-19 cases, 19 recoveries reported in Taylor County

 

 

TAYLOR COUNTY, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – Nineteen new cases of COVID-19 and 19 recoveries have been reported in Taylor County.

 

Statistics released Tuesday show that of the 19 new cases, 5 are from PCR tests and 14 are from antigen tests.

 

Nineteen patients recovered, but 22 remain hospitalized and their current conditions have not been disclosed.

 

Between the PCR and antigen tests, there have been 2293 positive COVID-19 tests in Taylor County to-date.

 

Additional information about the COVID-19 cases in Taylor County can be found in the graphic below:

 

 

 

By: Erica Garner

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Live on Abilene, area stages: Metallica showing on the drive-in screen

 

A filmed concert featuring heavy metal legends Metallica, along with guest band Three Days Grace, will be presented at 9 p.m. Aug. 29 at Town & Country Drive-In Theatre, 2902 Vogel St. The one-night-only concert was filmed exclusively for drive-in theaters.

 

Tickets are $115 per car, with up to six people admitted per vehicle. Tickets are available via ticketmaster.com.

 

If you’re a musician who has a gig, or you’re a venue owner who has a musician playing, send us your information. It’s free to be listed here, but we can’t tell everyone who’s playing if no one tells us.

 

Send your information to publishme@reporternews.com; or via mail in care of the Reporter-News, P.O. Box 30., Abilene, TX 79604.

 

Deadline is one week before publication.

 

ABILENE

  • Betty Rose's Little Brisket, 3934 Catclaw Drive. Boone Dugan, 7-9 p.m. Aug. 29.
  • Firehouse Bar & Grill, 2074 Butternut St. Wildman Karaoke, 9 p.m. Friday and Aug. 28.
  • Lytle Land & Cattle Co., 1150 E.S. 11th St. Brett Patterson, 7 p.m. Aug. 29.
  • The Mill Winery, 239 Locust St. Eric Logan, 7 p.m. Aug. 29.
  • Sugar's Smokehouse, 3450 S. Clack St. Santa Fe, 8 p.m. Saturday. Wildman Karaoke, 6 p.m. Monday and Aug. 31. 

 

OUT OF TOWN

 

BRECKENRIDGE

  • Canyon Road Barn & Grill. Darrin Morris, 7 p.m. Wednesday.

COLEMAN

  • Rancho Loma Vineyards. Daniel Sampley, 6 p.m. Saturday. Christy Patton, 7 p.m. Aug. 29.

 

 

By: Nathaniel Ellsworth

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5 new COVID-19 cases in Taylor County, 397 active cases

 

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – Five new cases of COVID-19 and 16 recoveries have been reported in Taylor County; The total number of active cases is now 397.

 

Statistics released Monday show that of the 5 new cases, 2 are from PCR tests, and 3 are from antigen tests.

 

Sixteen patients recovered, but 19 remain hospitalized and their current conditions have not been disclosed.

 

Between the PCR and antigen tests, there have been 1,853 positive COVID-19 tests in Taylor County to-date.

 

Additional information about the COVID-19 cases in Taylor County can be found in the graphic below:

 

 

 

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25th COVID-19 death reported in Taylor County, 20 new cases

 

TAYLOR COUNTY, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – The 25th COVID-19-related death and 20 new positive cases have been reported in Taylor County.

 

Statistics released Thursday show that of the 20 new cases, 8 are from PCR tests and 12 are from antigen tests.

 

A social media post reveals the newest death was a male in his 60s with underlying health conditions.

 

Thirty-seven patients recovered, but 19 remain hospitalized and their current conditions have not been disclosed.

 

Between the PCR and antigen tests, there have been 1805 positive COVID-19 tests in Taylor County to-date.

 

Additional information about the COVID-19 cases in Taylor County can be found in the graphic below:

 

 

 

By: Erica Garner

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6 new COVID-19 cases in Taylor County, 23 hospitalizations

 

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – Latest coronavirus numbers from Abilene and Taylor County show 6 new COVID-19 cases and 16 new recoveries. The total number of active cases is 530.

 

The Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District on Monday reported no new PCR-tested cases and 6 new antigen-tested cases. The cumulative total for the year in Taylor County is now 1,755 cases.

 

Hospitalizations in Taylor County are now at 23. Of those 23, 14 are residents of the county, and 9 are not.

 

Thirteen additional people were marked as recovered in the newly released data. The total of recovered patients is now 1,202.

 

 

 

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2 new COVID-19 related deaths, 16 new cases in Taylor County

 

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) — A total of 16 new cases of COVID-19 and two new COVID-19 related deaths have been reported in Abilene and Taylor County.

 

According to the Abilene Taylor County Public Health District, there have been 9 new PCR confirmed cases and 7 new antigen confirmed cases.

 

The two new deaths consist of a man in his 60s with pre-existing conditions and a woman in her 40s with pre-existing conditions.

 

So far this year, Taylor County has had a total of 21 deaths related to coronavirus. The health district reported the average age of death was 71 years old.

 

Currently, there are 34 hospitalizations in the county, of which 17 are from inside the county. The average age of hospitilizations is 58.

 

Fifty-five coveries were also reported on Thursday, bringing that comprehensive total to 813. There have been a total of 1,721 COVID-19 confirmed cases from PCR and antigen tests.

 

 

 

By: Travis Ruiz

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18th COVID-19-related death, 9 new cases reported in Taylor County

 

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC)- The 18th COVID-19-related death and 9 new positive cases have been reported in Taylor County.

 

Statistics released Monday show that of the 9 new cases, 7 are from PCR tests and 2 are from antigen tests.

 

A social media post reveals the newest death was a male in his 80s with preexisting health conditions.

 

Twenty-nine patients recovered, but 32 remain hospitalized and their current conditions have not been disclosed.

 

Between the PCR and antigen tests, there have been 1683 positive COVID-19 tests in Taylor County to-date.

 

Additional information about the COVID-19 cases in Taylor County can be found in the graphic below:

 

August 3, 2020 COVID-19 testing numbers for Taylor County

 

 

 

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