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Estacado press lifts Mats to 59-44 victory over Big Spring

January 31, 2015

LUBBOCK – The Lubbock Estacado Matadors used a stifling press defense and a quick start on Friday night to grind out a tough 59-44 victory over the Big Spring Steers in a key District 2-4A showdown.
The Mats’ ability to put the Steers in a deep hole early in the contest did more to get the Steers off balance than anything. Estacado built a commanding lead in the initial six minutes by reeling off a 16-4 start.

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January 31, 2015

January 30th

1 dead in Thursday shooting

January 30, 2015

Police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred in east Big Spring Thursday night.

Big Spring Police Department officers responded to the 1000 block of Stadium shortly after 8 p.m. in reference to a “shots fired” call.

“On arrival, officers found a male subject with a single gunshot wound to the chest,” a BSPD news release stated. “The victim was sitting in a vehicle in the driveway of 1011 Stadium."

For more of this story, read Friday's edition of the Herald.

Cook off to benefit WTC fund

January 30, 2015

The weather maybe a little chilly Saturday, but at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles lodge the atmosphere is going to be hot.

The 13th Annual Eagles Chili Cook Off will be held this Saturday at the Eagles lodge with funds benefiting the West Texas Center’s Children in Need Fund.

The fund was established in 2001 and assists with the financial needs of children receiving mental health services from West Texas Centers, officials said.

For more of this story, read Friday's edition of the Herald.

January 29th

Study: City trash service adequate for now

January 29, 2015

The city of Big Spring has enough drivers, vehicles and routes to adequately provide trash collection service to the community, at least for now.

Preliminary results of a months-long study on trash collection commissioned by the city are in, and they show the city has enough assets in place now to provide once-a-week trash pickup for city residents.

For more of this story, read Thursday's edition of the Herald.

January 28th

Corwin, Brorman honored at chamber banquet

January 28, 2015

Speechless would be the best way to describe the reaction of both recipients of the Big Spring Area Chamber Man and Woman of the Year announced Tuesday night during the annual chamber banquet.

“I am like her, I don’t know what to say,” said 2015 Man of the Year, Tommy Corwin, referring to the statement made by the previously announced 2015 Woman of the Year recipient Christy Brorman.

Municipal candidate filing period opens

January 28, 2015

Election season has officially begun.

Today is the first day people can file candidacy for one of three Big Spring City Council positions up for election this year.

Voters in three districts — District 2, currently held by Carmen Harbour, District 4, represented by Bobby McDonald and District 6, where Marvin Boyd is the incumbent — will elect city representatives on May 9.

For more of this story, read Wednesday's edition of the Herald.

Lady Steers move into 2nd in 2-4A standings

January 28, 2015

The Lamesa Lady Tors came into Tuesday’s showdown with with one simple plan: Don’t let Julianna Rodriguez beat them.
With Rodriguez facing a double team every time she touched the ball, Diamonique Mayes, Jackie Castillo and August Alexander made Lamesa pay dearly. The three combined for 35 points and helped the Big Spring Lady Steers build a 10-point lead, at 36-26, heading into the final eight minutes.

Yanez pumps in career-high 23 in Steers’ 64-61 victory

January 28, 2015

Matt Yanez gave the large crowd in the Steer Gym plenty of reason to yell on Tuesday night as the 5-foot-7 senior guard pumped in a career-high 23 points en route to leading the Big Spring Steers to a thrilling 64-61 victory over the Lamesa Golden Tors.
“That was an exciting game,” said Big Spring head coach Ian Ritchey. “I think people got their money’s worth.”

January 27th

College officials tout new SimDental Center

January 27, 2015

Thanks to a gift from a long-time benefactor, Howard College officials say they have a dental hygiene program that’s second to none.

The college unveiled its F. Marie Hall SimDental Center, which essentially replaces nervous, fidgety human patients with compliant, computerized simulations, to much fanfare Monday morning.

Speaking of fanfare, officials directed plenty at Hall, who has lent her largesse several times to the college in the past, helping to finance projects such as the arts center which bears her family’s name.

For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of the Herald.

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