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December 24th

Festival of Lights goal in sight

December 24, 2014

They’re coming in from all over to see the Festival of Lights.

The 18th edition of the Festival of Lights is attracting visitors at a record pace so far, and its busiest days are still ahead, longtime Director Pat Simmons said.

For more of this story, read Wednesday's edition of the Herald.

December 23rd

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December 23, 2014

Bid OK’d to tear down show barns

December 23, 2014

The old show barns at the Howard County fairgrounds are about to go the way of the dodo bird.

During their Monday meeting, county commissioners approved a $25,000 bid for the demolition of the three show barns adjacent to the main fair building in west Big Spring.

Commissioners awarded the bid to M. Hastey Construction of Plainview.

For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of the Herald.

Holiday closings approach

December 23, 2014

City and county employees will receive a four-plus day weekend to observe the Christmas holidays.

Howard County offices will close at noon Christmas Eve, Wednesday, and stay closed until 8 a.m. Monday morning, Dec. 29.

On Christmas Eve, city of Big Spring offices will close at 3 p.m. and not reopen until 8 a.m., Monday, Dec. 29.

For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of the Herald.

December 22nd

Salvation Army distributes toys

December 22, 2014

HERALD photo/Lyndel Moody

The Salvation Army distributed Angel Tree gifts Saturday at the Spring Town Plaza. This year, the SA campaign received donations for 580 children and seniors. Pictured are front row, David Tidwell; back row, left, Christie Larson, SA board member; Trev Larson; Timothy Larson; Cynthia Salazar, who was picking up gifts for her children; SA Capt. Missy Romack; and Breanna Cordero, SA volunteer.

Enrollment up at Coahoma ISD

December 22, 2014

Student enrollment continues to trend upward in the Coahoma Independent School District, school board trustees learned during their monthly meeting held last week.
According to Dr. Amy Jacobs, Coahoma ISD superintendent, 888 students were enrolled in the district at the end of November, an increase of 20 from the same time last year.

December 20th

‘Dogs sink 11 treys in 54-41 win over Buffs

December 20, 2014

The Coahoma Bulldogs might want to petition AT&T for a sponsorship package after their performance against rival Forsan on Friday in the Coahoma gymnasium.

They did, after all, dial it up from long distance, sinking a season-high 11 three-pointers en route to claiming a 54-41 come-from-behind victory in a non-district matchup between the two Howard County programs.

To read this article, see Sunday's edition of the Big Spring Herald.

Lady Steers tramp Grape Creek, 68-17

December 20, 2014

It probably wouldn’t surprise anyone if the Grape Creek Lady Eagles had decided to purchase Kasey Delafuente a roll of duct tape for an early Christmas gift after the way she played on Friday. She may, the Lady Eagles probably felt, need to duct tape her shadow to her back so she doesn’t lose it after being everywhere on the floor.

To read this article, see Sunday's edition of the Big Spring Herald.

Tannehill, Broussard lift Steers by Tribe

December 20, 2014

It is probably pretty safe to say Tobyn Tannehill, Kei-Shawn Broussard and Ty Sealy won’t be mistaken for Santa Claus anytime soon by anyone in Seminole. Especially after the performance the three turned in en route to leading the Big Spring High School Steers to a 61-53 victory over the Seminole Indians in front of a festive crowd in the Steer Gym on Friday.

To read the complete article, see Sunday's edition of the Big Spring Herald.

Thomas, Perry honored for volunteer service to VAMC

December 20, 2014

Two Big Spring VA Medical Center volunteers received a warm thank you for their years of service.
Dean Thomas and Gerald Perry received Quilts of Valor in recognition of their service to veterans.
Thomas served as a chaplain at the local VAMC for many years before retiring, but still volunteers his service to the chaplain’s department, while Perry travels from Odessa at least once a week to help transport veterans to and from doctor’s appointments in the VAMC’s service area.
The quilts were sewn by Kathy McFarland and Lois Cunningham.

See More in Sunday's Big Spring Herald.

The Coahoma Bulldogs might want to petition AT&T for a sponsorship package after their...
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