Archive - Apr 2014
Lovers of all things fajitas are expected to congregate at the American Legion Post No. 506 Saturday.
The postâs 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 âBroadway of Americaâ 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 countryâs transportation system.
âThe Bankhead Highway, I think, is the most significant highway in America that nobody has heard of,â said Dan L. Smith, author of âTexas Highway No. 1, The Bankhead Highway in Texas.â
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 wouldnât exactly be bad. Especially with a run at the JUCO World Series hanging in the balance.
Forsanâs J.T. Breyman (left) and J.P. Stevenson earned a bronze medal at the Class A State Tennis Championships on Monday in Austin.
Big Spring High Schoolâs Devin Roberson kept his quest for a medal at the Class 3A state golf tournament alive on Monday morning by turning in a solid opening round at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines course.
The Forsan High School 4x200-meter relay team earned the chance to live a dream on Saturday evening at the Region I-1A Track and Field Championships at Ratliff Stadium in Odessa.
Itâs a dream they hope goes very fast in Austin.
The Forsan High School Lady Buffaloes can officially get into the playoff mode now. After days of endless waiting, the state-ranked Lady Buffaloes learned who it will face in the first-round of the Class A softball state playoffs this weekend.
GREENWOOD â An 18-wheel water haulter flipped and struck a transmission tower along Highway 158 early Monday evening, causing approximately 8,000 Sharyland Utilities residential and business customers to be without power for more than an hour.
According to Sharyland officials, the outage occurred about 6:50 p.m.
For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of the Herald.
Students attending Howard College next semester will have to pay a little more per class hour as trustees with the Howard County Junior College District slightly increased across the board tuition rates Monday.