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Bailey to seek Pct. 2 nomination

November 27, 2013

A former Republican Party chairman for Howard County is throwing his hat into the political ring.

Craig Bailey, who chaired the county GOP until earlier this year, announced this week he will seek the Republican nomination in the Precinct 2 county commissioner race.

The Precinct 2 seat is currently held by Republican Donnie Baker, who recently announced for re-election.

To file for office, contact Democratic County Chairman Walter Shipman (432-264-6660) or Republican County Chairman Ron Farquhar (432-528-4869).

Filing continues through Dec. 9.

Salvation Army bell ringers to chime in Friday

November 27, 2013

The bells will be ringing in the season for giving Friday.

Volunteers with the Salvation Army will spend some of their Black Friday soliciting for funds instead of shopping for door buster deals when the Salvation Army kicks off its Red Kettle campaign.

“All the money we raise stays in the community,” said Lt. Missy Romack of the Salvation Army. “This is a good time for us to raise money to help us during the year. We feed people every day. We give out groceries and provide residents with help paying utilities. We use that money every day to provide services to the community.”

Anguiano indicted on murder charge

November 27, 2013

A 19-year-old Big Spring man stands formally accused in the September fatal shooting of his girlfriend.

Dakota Anguiano was indicted on a first-degree charge of murder during Tuesday's session of the Howard County Grand Jury.

Anguiano, who is currently in custody at the county detention center, was indicted in connection with the shooting death of 17-year-old Abigail Valencia on Sept. 19 in Big Spring.

SA: Come have Thanksgiving dinner with us

November 27, 2013

The turkeys have been cooked and preparations are nearing the final stages for the Salvation Army's annual Thanksgiving Day dinner.

As they have for the past several years, Salvation Army officials will open the agency's doors Thursday to anyone wanting to have a traditional Thanksgiving meal with all the fixings. The meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Salvation Army headquarters, 811 W. Fifth.

There's only one requirement people have to meet to enjoy the meal — an appetite.

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