February 26th, 2011
The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity between 7 a.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday:
â€˘JASON EARNEST KEY, 28, of 602 George Street, was arrested Friday on a warrant for dog or cat running at large.
â€˘ OSWALDA MARTINEZ, 57, of 2501 Kelly Circle, was arrested Friday on a charge of assault â€“ family violence causing bodily injury.
â€˘ JESSE JAMES COLLINS, 23, of 405 N. Scurry, was arrested Friday on charges of assault of a public servant, public intoxication, disorderly conduct/language.
â€˘ BURGLARY OF HABITATION was reported in the 200 block of Circle Drive.
Dora Court Morehouse of Big Spring, died Friday, Feb. 25, 2011, in a Big Spring hospital. Graveside funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 28, 2011, at Trinity Memorial Park.
Robert Lawrence Adkins, 60, of Big Spring, died Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011, at his home. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Myers & Smith Chapel with the Rev. Keith Weaver officiating. Burial will follow at Trinity Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Myers & Smith Funeral Home.
Raford L. Dunagan, 79, of Big Spring, died Friday, Feb. 25, 2011, in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 at East Fourth Street Baptist Church with the Rev. Keith Weaver, pastor, and the Rev. Walter McCall, chaplain with Compass Hospice, officiating. Interment will follow at Trinity Memorial Park.
BRECKENRIDGE â€” The Big Spring Steers were hanging on by a thread for most of Fridayâ€™s Class 3A area championship game against No. 4 Kennedale.
The Wildcats couldnâ€™t exactly put the Steers away early and the Steers couldnâ€™t seriously make a game out of it.
But like elite teams do, Kennedale wore down Big Spring on the way to a 74-43 win, ending the Steersâ€™ season.
The Big Spring Steers are trying not to put too much pressure on themselves as todayâ€™s area championship matchup against No. 4 Kenndale at 8 p.m. in Breckenridge approaches.
After the Steers won Tuesdayâ€™s bi-district playoff game against Bowie, head coach Cliff Thompson mentioned if Big Spring beats Kennedale, there wonâ€™t be any movies made labeling it as the greatest upset of all time.
The message has been simple: Donâ€™t be nervous, just believe.
Howard College womenâ€™s basketball head coach Earl Diddle clearly was in a better mood by the end of Thursday night than he was before the regular season finale against Frank Phillips College started.
At one point, all he knew was New Mexico Junior College and Odessa College needed to lose and his team had to win if the Hawks wanted to return to the Region V Tournament. They could only control the latter.
However, with all the odds in the world against them, the Hawks took care of business and so did New Mexico and Odessaâ€™s opponents. By the end of the night, Diddle was a happy man.
FORSAN — School district officials are planning for a leaner future, financially speaking.
With Texas facing a multi-billion dollar shortfall, it stands to reason that schools will have to make do with less state aid for the next few years, and Forsan Independent School District officials are already taking steps to prepare for that eventuality.
Two Big Spring High School Speech and Debate team members qualified for the National Forensic League National Tournament, June 13-18 in Dallas.
Senior Jessica Rubio qualified in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking and Shermila Kher qualified in Lincoln-Douglas Debate.
For Rubio, this will be her third year in a row to attend the national tournament.
“I’m really excited about going to Nationals again.” she said “Meeting and competing against people from around the country and the world is an awesome experience.”