Archive - Sep 15, 2012
COAHOMA â In what shaped up to be a battle resulting in numerous injuries sustained by both sides, the Bulldogs fell to the Colorado City Wolves 20-6 in a gritty duel Friday at Bulldog Stadium.
âIt was a very physical affair,â said Coahoma Head Coach Trey Gardner of the loss.
The Bulldogs' only score came in the second quarter on a T.J. White run to give Coahoma six points. The kick after was no good and the Bulldogs couldn't put together another scoring drive for the remainder of the game.
FORSAN â In the battle of the Crossroads Buffaloes, Forsan reigned supreme. The win also marks the first 3-0 start by the Forsan Buffs since 1998.
Keying Forsan's 28-7 victory was a staunch defense and a running game which improved since last week's flat, 14-0 victory over Coleman.
âWe ran the ball a lot more consistently this week,â Forsan Head Coach Jason Phillips said. âWe started finding the holes and the offensive line was locking up well.â
SAN ANGELO â It wasn't pretty, but the Steers are now 3-0.
San Angelo Lake View gave Big Spring all it could handle and the Steers shot themselves in the foot several times during their 22-14 win over the Chiefs at San Angelo Stadium on Friday.
The first case of West Nile virus, a disease carried by mosquitos, has been confirmed in Howard County.
According to Dr. Manuel Carrasco, who has been in practice in Big Spring since 1993, the first case was confirmed Thursday in an elderly patient.
âI have never heard of any case prior to this in the county. This is the first case that I am aware of,â Dr. Carrasco said.
The patient was admitted to Scenic Mountain Medical Center and is doing well, at this point. According to reports, the patient had been bitten while in Colorado City.
Stephanie Ralyn Duffer, daughter of Kenneth Duffer and Vanessa McMurtry, was named Forsan High School homecoming queen during halftime ceremonies of the Forsan-Stanton football game Friday night. She is escorted by her father.
Big Spring Independent School District has a job for you â but only if you like kids, enjoy driving large vehicles and donât mind part-time pay.
Like other school districts in the West Texas area, BSISD is struggling with a shortage of bus drivers this year. The district, which normally employs 21 drivers, has had to make do with only 16.
Because of the driver shortage, the district has had to consolidate its bus routes, said Wayland Pierce, BSISD transportation director.
The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity between 7 a.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday:
â˘ WALTER LYN TEMPLETON, 42, address unknown, was arrested Friday on a charge of public intoxication.
â˘ HOLLY ANN RUSK, 34, of Snyder, was arrested Friday on a charge of theft between $50 and $500.
â˘ LARRY DALE KING 29, of 1809 Mittel Avenue, was arrested Friday on charges of fail to appear and driving while license invalid.
â˘ RODOLFO HERNANDEZ, 41, of 1222 E. 16th Street, was arrested Saturday on charges of evading arrest/detention and public intoxication.
Heather Ann Atkinson, 32, of Big Spring, died Friday, Sept. 14, 2012 in Kingfisher, Okla. Her services are pending with Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Big Spring.
Gary A. Harris, 69, of Big Spring, died Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, at the Hospice House. He will lie in state Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, and Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, at Myers & Smith Funeral Home.
He was born April 17, 1943, in San Angelo, Texas to Marietta and J.B. Harris. He grew up in San Angelo, Texas and attended school there. He came to Howard County from Water Valley 12 years ago. He served in the Army Air Corps from 1960 until 1972. He had worked in the oil field, but was a plumber by trade. He enjoyed fishing and his dog Max.
Eduarda âEvelynâ Flores, 79, of Big Spring entered into eternal peace Sept. 14, 2012. Visitation and Rosary will be held at Myers & Smith Chapel at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012. A celebration of her life will be held at Holy Trinity Catholic Parish on Monday, Sept. 17, 2012, at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at Trinity Memorial Park.