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Arriving at Memorial Plaza

May 18, 2013

HERALD Photo/Andreia Medlin
Participants in Ride for the Wall arrived at the Big Spring Vietnam Memorial Saturday morning en route to Washington, D.C.

Run for the Wall

May 18, 2013

HERALD Photo/Andreia Medlin
Run For the Wall honor guards Ken Damon and Roger Mead place a wreath at the Vietnam Memorial Saturday. More than 500 veterans arrived in Big Spring on motorcycles in tribute to the men and women who were unable to return from their tours of duty in foreign wars. The organization travels from California to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C. each year for Memorial Day.

Trinity plans simple but colorful Memorial Day ceremony

May 18, 2013

As the country prepares to honor its fallen heroes, officials with Trinity Memorial Park are planning a patriotic display and ceremony which features more than 100 full-size U.S. flags and hundreds of smaller ones.
Set for 2 p.m. Monday, May 27, officials will hold a Memorial Day ceremony to honor the men and women who have given their lives in defense of America, according to Trinity Memorial Park Facility Manager Tammy Lockhart.

Guild extends application deadline for scholarship

May 18, 2013

Big Spring Symphony Guild has extended the application for students to apply for the Phyllis Graumann Memorial Scholarship.
It's the second year for the Guild to offer the scholarship for seventh through 11th grade vocal or instrumental students in Howard County.
“Please encourage your students you believe deserve a scholarship for further education in music to apply,” Guild President Eulaine McIntosh said in a release to area teachers. “We have two scholarships available this year.”

Police

May 18, 2013

The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity between 7 a.m. May 17, 2013 and 7 a.m. today:
• VICTORIA CEVALLOS, 44, of 3912 E. Hwy 350, was arrested Friday on warrants for theft greater than or equal to $50 but less than $500, expired registration and theft by check greater than or equal to $20 but less than $500.
• KERRY CECIL OMELIA, 51, of 1004 E. 15th St., was arrested Friday on warrants for driving while license invalid, failure to appear, and two warrants from another agency.

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