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The citizens of the city are proud of their city and ask that all cooperate in keeping it clean and free from grass, brush and weeds and other prohibited accumulations. Prohibited growths and accumulations are a breeding ground for rats, mice, mosquitoes, diseases, and are a source of fuel for many fires. Cleaning up your property helps promote the City, your neighborhood, potential business growth and many other things.
GIVERS & TAKERS There are two Countians who deserve titles.
The Lela Latch Lloyd museum is housed in the old Cisco City Hall, which also held the jail, mayor’s office, and the first theater in Cisco, functioning in 1915. Duane Hall bought the abandoned building in 2001 and begin to renovate the museum, a five year project. Named after a local historian and author, Lela Latch Lloyd, its goal is to honor her life along with the history of Cisco, TX, and surrounding areas. In the museum, exhibits span from archaeological finds, such as the infamous spider rock, metal detectors, the old dam, and an alumni room honoring the High School and College, to the Palace Theater, and a functioning player piano, along with many more.
Cisco / Abilene, Texas - February 18, 2020 - Cisco College recently passed its onsite accreditation inspection by SACSCOC (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges) with only one recommendation, according to Dr. Thad Anglin, president of the college.