With a little less than a month left before area parents have to send their children back to school, the local Salvation Army is asking for assistance with its annual Back to School Drive.
And while the trek back to school may elicit groans about teachers and books from students, it will leave many parents in a fiscal pinch as they desperately try to pay for their children's back to school supplies, a task the Big Spring Salvation Army is hoping to step in and assist with.
In a few more days, Big Spring is going to be (figuratively) crawling with Aggies.
The Howard County A&M Club will hold its 14th annual WesTexAgs Shootout Saturday, Aug. 3 to raise scholarship money to support area public school students attending Texas A&M University.
While many A&M lovers expected to attend, the Shootout open to everyone, collegiate allegiance notwithstanding.
Two major events, both held at Big Spring Country Club, will highlight this year's Shootout: