Archive - 2014
Police are working to determine who bludgeoned to death as many as a dozen chickens at the Big Spring Animal Shelter last week.
According to a Big Spring PD press release, a kennel worker discovered several deceased chickens in an enclosed area of the shelter when she reported to work at 8 a.m. Friday.
For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of the Herald.
Arlene Hartin, 77, of Big Spring, died Sunday Sept. 7, 2014, at her residence. The family will receive friends from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Myers & Smith Funeral Home. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Myers & Smith Chapel with burial following at Mount Olive Memorial Park. Officiating will be Randy Cotton, Joey Bacon and Derek Looney.
Rae Nell Best, 85, died Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, at her daughter's home in Grape Creek. Services are pending at Myers & Smith Funeral Home.
Heritage Museum are making a pitch to potential donors, and theyâ€™re using some of West Texasâ€™ finest wines in the process.
The museum will host a wine tasting from 5-7 p.m. Saturday to kick off its annual endowment campaign. Representatives from Llano Estacado Winery in Lubbock will be on hand serving samples of their products and several local artists will display their work.
Museum Curator Tammy Schrecengost said the endowment campaign will help the facility, which has been hit hard by the loss of grant money, become more self-sustaining.
Bettye Gainus, 83, of Big Spring died Friday, Sept. 5, 2014, at Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, at Myers & Smith Chapel with the Rev. Randy Cotton, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church, officiating.
She was born June 25, 1931, in Waxahachie, Texas to Ellie and Alton Bearden. She worked in the accounting department at Webb Air Force Base and was a member of Trinity Baptist Church.
Arlene Hartin, 77, of Big Spring died Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, at her residence. Services are pending at Myers & Smith Funeral Home.Â
Howard College trustees are primed to approve a new tax rate which will bring in roughly $300,000 in additional revenue during the coming fiscal year.
Following Friday's public hearing on the proposed rate of 17.7 cents per $100 valuation, college trustees have scheduled a meeting for 12:30 p.m. Sept. 15 to formally adopt the new levy.
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Comanche Warriors wait patiently before beginning the swimming portion of the annual triathlon held early Saturday at Comanche Trail Park. The event included a 500-meter swim, 18-mile bicycle ride and a 3-mile run.
HERALD photo/Andreia Medlin
MONAHANS â€“ The Big Spring High School defense had every chance in the world to fold up like a cheap suit on Friday night in front of a large crowd at Estes Memorial Stadium.
Sure. At times, they were pushed around more than a lawnmower in Florida as they gave up 364 yards.
Sure. They got a little help from the officiating crew that overturned a fourth-quarter touchdown that would have given the Loboes a lead with just over 2 minutes to play.
Big Springâ€™s city council unanimously approved a rezoning ordinance which will allow development of 29 acres adjacent to Comanche Trail Lake into an addition featuring residences, restaurants and a hotel during a special meeting Thursday evening.
No timetable has been set for development of the area, located in the vicinity of Highway 87 and Village Road, to begin, but it will feature apartments and other residences, assisted living, a 3-to-5 story hotel and a pair of restaurants.
For more of this story, read Friday's edition of the Herald.