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Victor Avila

Victor Avila

Former Border Agent Victor Avila in Cisco Thursday

Victor Avila, retired Supervisory Special Agent with US ICE and Homeland Security, will speak Thursday, January 11, at 6:30 p.m. in the Myrtle Wilks Community Center in Cisco. Avila also served in diplomatic roles. His book Agent Under Fire: A Murder and a Manifesto describes being ambushed by a deadly Mexican cartel while undercover, but also contains proposals to secure the southern border.

Cisco Livestock Show Results

Grand Champion Lamb: Janna Arnold

Cisco Livestock Show Results

Champion Market Meat Goat: Zane Sellers
Photos submitted

Cisco Livestock Show Results

Champion Ram: Carson Rabb

Cisco Livestock Show Results

Grand Champion Market Swine: Peyton Whisenhunt (Cross)
Submitted photos

Cisco Livestock Show Results

The Cisco Livestock Show was held on January 6, 2023, at the Cisco ISD Project Center. Tom Farmer, vocational agriculture teacher from Eula, judged the show. The Cisco Livestock Show Association distributed almost $2,600 in prize money to the show exhibitors. Numerous individuals and businesses also contributed banners and travel bags to champions, reserve champions, and showmanship contest winners. The stock show would not have been possible without the hard work of the exhibitors, their parents, and school officials. The Association appreciates the tireless efforts of our local vocational agriculture teachers, Ginger Holton and Jerry Conring, in putting on the stock show and supporting the local FFA chapter members in their many endeavors.

Caleb Galvan

Caleb Galvan

Caleb Galvan Living His Dream Job As Announcer for Loboes and Wranglers

When Caleb Galvan attended Cisco College six years ago, he wrote in a freshman composition class about his dream of becoming a radio announcer. Today, at the age of 24, he is the full-time radio voice not only of the Cisco High School Loboes in all sports but also for the Cisco College Wranglers in football and basketball.

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