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Watson grateful to escape Colorado flooding

Watson grateful to escape Colorado flooding

By on September 16, 2013 in Alumni News with 0 Comments

One of the nation’s biggest rescue airlifts since Hurricane Katrina is underway today in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, where thousands of residents have been displaced, more than 1,200 are unaccounted for and seven have died in the region’s worst flooding in a century. As a flatlander who lived in West Texas for […]

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‘The Ascension’ sculpture site added to trail

‘The Ascension’ sculpture site added to trail

By on December 6, 2012 in Alumni News, Campus News with 1 Comment

A new addition to the Lunsford Foundation Trail at Abilene Christian University – a bronze sculpture depicting Christ – was made early Friday morning, completing one of its trailheads and renaming it The Ascension. A portion of Campus Court was closed for a short time while the work was finished. Dedicated in 2006, the trail […]

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Higginbotham’s limestone shaped landmarks

Higginbotham’s limestone shaped landmarks

By on September 27, 2011 in Alumni News, Campus News with 0 Comments

When 58-year-old Dale Higginbotham died Saturday, Sept. 24, Abilene Christian University lost a friend whose business provided materials for some of ACU’s newest and most popular landmarks. Higginbotham owned Lueders Limestone for 10 years, a 540-acre limestone quarry 30 miles north of Abilene with a reputation for providing quality building materials cut from Lueders Basin, […]

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