Archive - May 17, 2012
Investigators with the Big Spring Police Department are still sifting through witness statements to determine the circumstances surrounding the death of 22-year-old Noe Sanchez, who was struck by a vehicle following gunfire Sunday in front of the Big Spring Mall.
According to Sgt. Tony Everett, public information officer with the BSPD, the altercation involved a feud between two Big Spring families.
As if taking a cue from low turnouts in the recent municipal and school board elections, local election officials say voting in the political party primaries has been much slower than expected.
Early voting in the Republican and Democratic primaries got under way Monday.
âWe had 81 people come in on Monday and 61 on Tuesday. Things were moving just as slow on Wednesday,â Bloom said. âThis is a lot slower than we were expecting.â
Bloom said despite the lack of voters, the process has gone well.
LUBBOCK â It wasn't exactly how Howard College Head Baseball Coach Britt Smith wanted the season to end, but as he pointed out after the Hawks' 5-2 loss to the Cisco College Wranglers on Wednesday, âThese guys went 91-25 in two years. That's .800 baseball â you can't ask for much better than that.â
One bad inning â the top of the second â would come back to haunt the Hawks as the normally dependable starting pitcher Logan Ehlers and the defense gave up five Cisco runs on five hits, a walk and an error.
â(Ehlers) was on short rest,â Smith said. âHe didn't have the same velocity.â