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October 7th, 2014
There is still time to get tickets to the kickoff show for the Big Spring Symphony's 2014-2015 season, set for Thursday at the Hotel Settles.
The event â âCome to the Masquradeâ â begins with a reception at 6 p.m. Following dinner, the Big Spring Junior High School Choir, directed by Tara Trowbridge, will perform, along with the Howard College Jazz Band, directed by Dan Kiley.
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Domestic violence isn't limited to incidents in hotel elevators and the talking points of national pundits.
As a reminder of how close to home domestic violence is, officials with Victim Services set up a display of six life-size silhouettes at the Howard County Courthouse representing real area women who lost their lives because of domesticate abuse. The display will stay up through October, which is designated National Domestic Violence Awareness month.
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Call it door to door campaigning.
Saying the only way to get to know the people of Texas on a closer level is to make personal appearances, Democratic attorney general candidate Sam Houston made a tour of Big Spring recently.
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Karina Alvarado and Dakota Jones were named BSHS Homecoming queen and king during halftime activities at Friday's ballgame in Memorial Stadium.
The Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce is making preparations to give a hearty pat on the back for area farmers and agriculture workers whose hard work feed and clothe our county.
âCome out and see who will be awarded Ag Producer and Ag Business of the Year,â said Debbye ValVerde, Chamber executive director. âThe appreciation luncheon is meant to show our community and the chamberâs support and say thank you to our area agriculture businesses and farmers for what they do for our community.â
Voter registration for the November general election ends Monday, Howard County election officials said.
On Nov. 4, Texas voters will decide a wide variety of congressional, state and county races.
Persons interested in registering to vote in the election have until 5 p.m. Monday to do so, County Election Administrator Saundra Bloom said.
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A community bonfire is set to fire up Steer spirit as part of several activities planned for the 2014 Big Spring High School homecoming festivities.
The bonfire will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday by the old Anderson Kindergarten building located on Airbase Road near the Howard County Fair Barns. Predicted high for that day will be in the low 80s and lows in the low 50s.
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Let there be music.
The Big Spring Symphony kicks off its new season with a musical event in the ballroom of the Settles Hotel Oct. 9.
The event, called âCome to the Masquerade,â begins with a reception at 6 p.m. Following dinner, the Big Spring Junior High School Choir, directed by Tara Trowbridge, will perform along with the Howard College Jazz Band directed by Dan Kiley.
For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of the Herald.
It was cuteness overload Saturday at the Howard County Fair with enough to melt even the most aged and cynical reporter's heart.
Both the popular Kountry's Kids contest and the pet contest drew a decent crowd to the entertainment tent to watch children ages 5 and younger strut in their finest country clothes and later for dogs (no age limit enforced) standing patiently by, somewhat bewildered while owners proudly showed off their pets.
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A Big Spring man accused of breaking into a local home and molesting a 6-year-old girl was among several individuals indicted during this weekâs session of the Howard County Grand Jury.
Paul Barnard Hildreth, 45, was indicted on the first-degree felony charge of burglary of a habitation with intent to commit indecency with a child during the grand juryâs Thursday session.
For more of this story, read Sunday's edition of the Herald.