Archive - Nov 24, 2012 - News Article
Grinches, Scrooges and other assorted humbug sorts will be advised to stay away from Big Spring next weekend.
The Christmas season arrives with a purpose this coming weekend, with parades, lighting displays, concerts and several other activities filling the schedule.
of the Lights
The first of the holiday events will be Friday evening, when the local VA Medical Center hosts its annual tree lighting ceremony at 6 p.m.
With temperatures soon to dip below freezing, Assistant City Manager Todd Darden said local residents can protect their property â€” and more to the point, their water lines â€” by taking precautions.
â€śThat means leaving your hot and cold water dripping just enough to keep the pipes from freezing, as well as insulating any exterior pipes or fixtures,â€ť said Darden.
Howard County commissioners are to meet Monday morning to deal with a rather routine agenda.
Commissioners are to meet with County Auditor Jackie Olson to discuss invoices, purchase requests and proposed budget amendments. Olson will present the court with consideration of copier leases.
County Treasurer Teresa Thomas is to present personnel considerations, while Road and Bridge Administrator Brian Klinksiek will deliver an update on county road maintenance and pipeline crossings.