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Bond selling options weighed

November 16, 2010

Big Spring Independent School District officials still have some construction bonds to sell. How they will sell the bonds has become a matter for discussion.

In September, BSISD trustees decided to hold off on selling almost $7 million of the $63 million in construction bonds authorized by voters. The unsold amount, which totaled $6.7 million, was held in abeyance to see if it could qualify under a special federal program which features extra-low interest rates.

Two jailed after knife fight

November 16, 2010

A weekend argument escalated into a knife fight that landed two local men in the hospital, then in the Howard County jail.

Police responded Saturday evening to the 800 block of Lorilla in west Big Spring in reference to a disturbance and possible stabbing.

Big Spring Police Sgt. Tony Everett said that when officers arrived on the scene they found two men suffering from injuries caused by “edged weapons.”

The two men were identified as Ismael Juarez, 50, and Jason Threats, 32, both of Big Spring.

Police/Sheriff/EMS

November 16, 2010

The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity:
• ROBIN RENEE PORTER, 27, 2504 March, was arrested on a warrant from another agency.
• DAVID LYNN DOW, 27, 1402 Tucson, was arrested on a warrant charging criminal trespass (two counts).
• CALVIN JACOB JAWSON, 27, 3701 La Junta, was arrested on a warrant charging theft.
• STEVEN OCHOTORENA CHAVEZ, 22, 1002 E. 21st, was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana.
• NATHAN CARL DEAN GARRARD, 18, 1425 E. Sixth No. 104, was arrested on a charge of assault/family violence.

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