Archive - Nov 27, 2010 - News Article
Only Grinches would dislike visiting the Heritage Museum the next few weeks.
The Museum kicked off a slew of Christmas activities when it unveiled an art exhibit and its annual Christmas Tree Forest this week.
The art exhibit, âAngels We Have Heard On High,â featuring angel-themed art work from members of the Caboose Watercolor Society, debuted Tuesday.
With temperatures expected to dip below freezing several times in the coming week, officials with the city of Big Spring are urging water customers to use some foresight to keep the water lines in the homes from bursting.
Assistant City Manager Todd Darden said local residents can protect their property â and more to the point, their water lines â by taking measures as temperatures continue to drop in the Crossroads area.
Officials with Spring Tabernacle Ministries announced this week the church's annual toy drive had to be cancelled after severe water damage at the facility destroyed much of its supply of holiday gifts.
Mona Lue Tonn, pastor of Spring Tabernacle, said a problem with the installation of an evaporative cooler a few months ago led to the flooding, which caused serious damage in several of the rooms used to store the Christmas gifts, which included stuffed animals and clothes, among other items.
The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity Friday:
â˘ TONY MOJICA CASTELLANO, 37, 1601 Avion, was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.
â˘ HAYLEY ANN WIGINGTON, 22, 602 Highland, was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated/open container.
â˘ ROXANA PAYAN, 21, 538 Westover No. 228, was arrested on a charge of assault/family violence.
â˘ JUSTIN CHARLES MELTON, 21, 3900 Parkway, was arrested on warrants charging failure to control speed, failure to display driver's license and failure to appear.