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DRA getting ready for Christmas on Main Street

October 5, 2013

When you think Christmas parade, don't forget Christmas on Main Street, a family focused event designed to enhance the season's festivities.
Christmas on Main Street is put on by the Downtown Revitalization Association and takes place — on Main Street, obviously — immediately following the Big Spring Herald Lighted Christmas Parade, set for the evening of Saturday, Dec. 7.
“Children will have an opportunity to visit with Santa, get their photo taken and get a free gift,” said Debbie Rupard, DRA secretary.

Firefighters to teach safety to students

October 5, 2013

October is National Fire Prevention Month and the Big Spring Fire Department will be spreading the message of fire safety to this area's smallest residents.
Beginning Monday, BSFD Fire Marshal Carl Condray and others in the department will visit area elementary schools to give students practical lessons on fire safety.

For the entire story, check the Herald print or e-edition.

Rabid bat discovered; no major threat

October 5, 2013

Big Spring Police Department is notifying the public that on Thursday, its animal control division captured a bat that has tested to be infected with rabies.
Other bats were captured the same week and were also sent for testing. Tests on all the other bats were confirmed negative for rabies, said Det. Sgt. Tony Everett, BSPD public information officer.

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