Archive - Apr 30, 2014
Lovers of all things fajitas are expected to congregate at the American Legion Post No. 506 Saturday.
The postâ€™s 10th annual fajita cook-off is scheduled for Saturday morning and offers a little something for folks on both ends of the fajita-loving spectrum.
For more information, call 263-2084.
For more of this story, read Wednesday's edition of the Herald.
Once known as the â€śBroadway of Americaâ€ť and now just forgotten stretches of roads, the Bankhead Highway was the first intercontinental, all weather highway built at the turn of the last century during a movement that would transformed the countryâ€™s transportation system.
â€śThe Bankhead Highway, I think, is the most significant highway in America that nobody has heard of,â€ť said Dan L. Smith, author of â€śTexas Highway No. 1, The Bankhead Highway in Texas.â€ť
Big Spring High School standout Devin Roberson fired a final round of 88 on Tuesday and finished in a three-way tie for 16th place at the 2014 Class 3A state golf tournament, which was held at the Hyatt Resort Lost Pinesâ€™ course.
The Howard College Hawks can create some positive vibes this weekend when they close out their 2014 regular season with a home-and-away series with the Odessa College Wranglers. And a little positive feelings heading into the 2014 Region V West Baseball Tournament wouldnâ€™t exactly be bad. Especially with a run at the JUCO World Series hanging in the balance.
Forsanâ€™s J.T. Breyman (left) and J.P. Stevenson earned a bronze medal at the Class A State Tennis Championships on Monday in Austin.