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County to consider routine items

November 6, 2010

An executive session to consider personnel matters tops the agenda for Howard County commissioners, as the court prepares to meet Monday morning.
According to the meeting agenda, the personnel matter was placed on the agenda by County Judge Mark Barr, who declined to comment on the nature of the session at this time.
“I really can't discuss the details beyond what's on the agenda,” Barr said. “However, I imagine there will be some action taken on the matter once we come out of executive session, so we'll just have to wait and see.”

I-20 rollover injures Breckenridge man

November 6, 2010

Emergency medical responders remove glass and bandage the arm of this Breckenridge man following a one-vehicle rollover on Interstate Highway 20 Friday afternoon near the 165 mile marker. According to witnesses, the man's truck rolled four times before coming to rest in the median. The driver was traveling east on I-20, pulling a trailer containing submersible pumping equipment. The man refused to be transported from the scene, having suffered multiple cuts and abrasions in the accident.

HERALD Photo/Thomas Jenkins

Police Blotter Nov. 7, 2010

November 6, 2010

The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity between 7 a.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday:
• DAVID LYNN DOW, 27, of 1402 Tucson, was arrested Friday on a charge of criminal mischief.
• ZZANE RAYMOND OLYER-RHODES, 21, of 4201 W. Highway 80 Apt. 6, was arrested Friday on charges of driving while license suspended/invalid – no insurance, using a wireless device in a school zone and failure to maintain financial responsibility.
• ARSEILA CORTEZ HERNANDEZ, 57, of 1404 Princeton, was arrested Friday on a charge of theft – shoplifting.

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