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November 21st

Kickin’ good time at C City Opry

November 21, 2013

By LYNDEL MOODY
Staff Reporter
COLORADO CITY — Curtis Potter and Justin Trevino will join Shady Mitchell and the Kickin’ Kountry Band to headline tonight’s performance of the C City Opry Show.

“We do a country music show at the Colorado City Opera House loosely based on the old Hee Haw show,” said Debby Mitchell, assistant manager. “We put a little comedy in, recruit local talent and from time to time bring in older country stars.

November 20th

PD investigates home invasions

November 20, 2013

By BILL McCLELLAN
Managing Editor
Big Spring police officers are investigating a pair of home invasion robberies that left one man hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his right leg.

Police responded to the report of an aggravated robbery at 12:39 a.m. Tuesday at 1504 Tucson.
“Upon arrival, the complainant advised she had left her home for a few minutes around 12:23 a.m. When she returned, her 14-year-old son advised her three armed males had forced their way into the residence,” said Det. Sgt. Tony Everett, BSPD information officer.

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Phillips named assistant superintendent at BSSH

November 20, 2013

Big Spring State Hospital Superintendent Lorie Dunnam named Traci Phillips as the hospital’s new assistant superintendent.

Phillips assumed the role Nov. 1 — a position previously held by Dunnam, who was named the hospital’s superintendent Sept. 1 upon the retirement of longtime superintendent Ed Moughon.

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Help sought in packing boxes for ‘military heroes’

November 20, 2013

By LYNDEL MOODY
Staff Writer
Adopt a Military Hero, Howard County’s Christmas for the Troops, is calling on volunteers to help wrap-up its annual drive to send gifts to deployed military personnel.

“We have everything set up like an assembly line,” said Debbie Burrow, program coordinator. “We’ve already prepackaged boxes. We know what order they need to be packed in for it all to go there. Then they are sealed up and the post office picks them up on Friday.”

November 18th

Fill your bowl for United Way

November 18, 2013

It’s lucky number seven for the annual Empty Bowls event.
United Way of Big Spring and Howard County is gearing up for the annual event, which will be held from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Thursday at the Dora Roberts Community Center.

This year, the event is being sponsored by the Howard College Art Department, the Big Spring High School Art Department and H-E-B.

Festival of Lights preparations are already gearing up

November 18, 2013

With less than a month to go, preparations for the annual Festival of Lights have gone past high gear and are safely into overdrive, organizers said.

The 17th annual Christmas season attraction, which attracts thousands of visitors to Comanche Trail Park, will run from Dec. 15-31 at Comanche Trail Park, longtime director Pat Simmons said.

But the attraction will get its unofficial start the evening of Thanksgiving, when the switches are thrown on several lighted poinsettias which will decorate the dam at Comanche Trail Lake.

November 16th

WTVAHC providing inpatient care no longer

November 16, 2013

The West Texas VA Health Care System announced Friday it will no longer provide acute inpatient services at the Big Spring VA Medical Center.
VA officials cited “a declining need” as the reason for dropping inpatient services.

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Wiseman's future as JP in question

November 16, 2013

Running for the position of Howard County Judge may cost Kathryn Wiseman her job as justice of the peace.
County commissioners will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Monday, at which time they will meet in closed session to determine whether Wiseman must resign her position as JP of Precinct 1, Place 2.

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November 15th

Judge Yeats is seeking a 2nd term

November 15, 2013

118th District Court Judge Tim Yeats has filed for re-election in the March primaries.

Yeats, who was first elected to the position in November 2010, filed with the Republican Party.
The 118th Judicial District Court is a court of general jurisdiction which hears criminal, civil and family law cases in Howard, Martin and Glasscock counties.

Academic performance major focus for BSISD, trustees told

November 15, 2013

Trustees with the Big Spring Independent School District approved plans targeted to improve academic performance at the district and school level Thursday night.

“We didn’t get in this position overnight,” said BSISD Interim Superintendent Chris Wigington. “This is going to take a while for us to get back to where we need to be. I know everyone wants results now, and we’re trying to get to that point, but it is going to take time.

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