Archive - Jul 21, 2012 - News Article
The tires were spinning despite the heat as 275 riders came into Big Spring as part of the Cactus and Crude Bike Ride for MS on Saturday. Riders reached their halfway point as they stopped in at the SouthWest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf campus.
This marks the 24th year of the event making its way through Big Spring and according to Tony Ralf, regional vice president, development, Lone Star/New Mexico of National Multiple Sclerosis Society, it looks to be another record year.
Slip on the boots and put on the bling for a second go-round.
The United Way of Big Spring and Howard County will be hosting its 68th annual campaign kick-off â Boots and Bling â at the Big Spring Country Club at 7 p.m. Aug. 18.
âItâs hard to believe itâs that time again, but here we are,â Executive Director Sandy Stewart said. âLast year we had a lot of success with the event and we decided âwhy mess with a good thing?â We are doing it again and offering the community another chance to enjoy all that we had to offer last year as we kick off the 2013 campaign.â
Itâs certainly the last thought any student in the Crossroads area wants to consider right now, but thereâs little doubt itâs just over the horizon â the return to school.
And while the trek back to classes may elicit groans about teachers and books from students, it will leave many parents in a fiscal pinch as they try to pay for their childrenâs school supplies, a task the Big Spring Salvation Army is hoping to step in and assist with.
The Big Spring Police reported the following activity between 7 a.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday:
â¢ ANGIE KATHERINE MOORE, 41, of 1530 Forest Lane S Ste. G, was arrested Friday on a charge of public intoxication.
â¢ JORGE LUIS GOMEZ, 21, of 508 State, was arrested Friday on charges of public intoxication and resist arrest search or transport.