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November 8th, 2014

Grand jury presents murder indictment

November 8, 2014

James Keck, a McCamey man who allegedly shot and killed a man accused of stealing his mother’s truck in early August, was indicted on murder charges by a Howard County Grand Jury this week.

Keck, 25, faces a possible life term in prison if convicted of the first-degree killing of Bobby Gene Bricker Aug. 9.

For more of this story, read Sunday's edition of the Herald.

Montgomery gins 1st bale of 2014 crop

November 8, 2014

The first bale of cotton in the county was ceremonially unveiled Thursday morning at the Howard County Courthouse.

“The cotton industry plays a big part in our community and these farmers are not only involved in their farms but also in their church or community organizations,” said Debbye ValVerde, Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce executive director. “We as the Chamber try to acknowledge their contribution to the community not only with our annual ag appreciation luncheon but also the first cotton bale presentation.”

November 7th

Suspect sought in Thursday shooting

November 7, 2014

Police are searching for a suspect in a Thursday afternoon shooting that wounded a Big Spring man.

Big Spring Police Department officers responded to the 1500 block of Sycamore in reference to a “shots fired” call shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday, a BSPD news release stated. On arrival, officers found one victim with a gunshot wound to the lower leg.

The victim was identified as Nathan D. Robinson III, 40.

For more of this story, read Friday's edition of the Herald.

Museum to honor Joe Pickle

November 7, 2014

When talking about the Big Spring Herald, one name always comes to the forefront — Joe Pickle.



For more than four decades, Pickle was a fixture at the Herald, retiring as the paper’s editor in 1975, but his legacy in the community goes far beyond his work in journalism.

The museum will dedicate a plaque in memory of Pickle at 10 a.m. Saturday.

For more of this story, read Friday's edition of the Herald.

November 6th

Ballot discrepancy was clerical error, Bloom says

November 6, 2014

A clerical error is being blamed for a discrepancy of more than 200 votes in initial general election results Tuesday night in Howard County.

Release of Tuesday’s election results were delayed more than two hours because Election Administrator Saundra Bloom could not jibe overall totals with reports from individual precincts, resulting in a 208-vote discrepancy between the two tallies. Unable to resolve the problem, Bloom eventually released the possibly incomplete figures shortly after 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.

For more of this story, read Thursday's edition of the Herald.

Plan now to assist Angel Tree program

November 6, 2014

This Christmas, when you’re buying gifts for your loved ones, why not buy a few more for those in need?

About 120 families are counting on your support — they are part of the Salvation Army’s annual Angel Tree program, which solicits Christmas gifts for needy children and seniors in this area.

For more of this story, read Thursday's edition of the Herald.

November 5th

Fitzgibbons rolls over opponent in JP race

November 5, 2014

Even an unfortunate re-appearance of the election computer gremlins couldn’t take the shine off Robert Fitzgibbons’ evening.

Fitzgibbons, a long-time officer with the Big Spring Police Department, handily won election to the Precinct 1, Place 2 Justice of the Peace position for Howard County in general election returns Tuesday evening.

Rick Perry speaks out on Abbott victory

November 5, 2014

VIDEO: Governor Rick Perry speaks on Greg Abbott's win
Governor Rick Perry speaks on the future of the Republican Party in Texas, at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater where Republican nominee for Governor Greg Abbott's 2014 Texas Victory Election Night party is being held.

November 4th

Fitzgibbons outpolls Leal in JP race

November 4, 2014

In the only locally contested election race Tuesday, Republican Robert "Bob" Fitzgibbons easily defeated Democrat Oscar Leal to earn the Precinct 1, Place 2 Justice of the Peace position in Howard County.

Unofficial results show Fitzgibbons received 2,918 votes to 635 for Leal.

Computer glitches struck the county election office for the second time this year — Election Administrator Saundra Bloom said approximately 200 votes remain unaccounted for, but added those missing ballots would not effect the outcome of local races.

Races to watch

November 4, 2014

VIDEO: The Midterm Election Races to Watch
Bloomberg -- Eurasia Group's Corey Boles, Bloomberg Business Week's Josh Green and Bloomberg's Peter Cook discuss the midterm elections with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton on "Bottom Line."

Backed by a 48-22 run in the second half, Sands rallied to claim a wild 72-60 victory over the...
ODESSA – The Andrews Mustangs beat the Big Spring Steers in everything this high school football...
Make no mistake about it, the 2014 high school football season comes down to one game for four...

 

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