Archive - Lifestyles
August 10th, 2013
Kendal Layne Adams of Big Spring and Casey Barham of Archer City exchanged vows March 23, 2013, at Trinity Baptist Church in Big Spring.
Kendal is the daughter of Ricky and Patti Adams of Big Spring and the granddaughteer of Sonya Swindell of Big Spring.
She is a speech-language pathologist at United Regional Hospital.
Casey is the son of Charlie and Deniese Barham and the grandson of Joyce Barham and Donna Williams. He is a petroleum engineer.
By ANDREIA MEDLIN
After a year's absence, Tana Kennemur, owner of The Bookworm, can put all the rumors to rest. The used store is once again open for business.
âThere were a lot of rumors,â explained Kennemur, âBut for personal and health reasons I had to close for awhile.â
Being away has given Kennemur a fresh outlook and renewed optimism about the store's future. Plans for changes are already in the works.
âI'm cleaning up and throwing out,â Kennemur said. Room for new books and an expanded Western section are among her many plans.
By ANDREIA MEDLIN
Just say no to romance â novels.
The Friends of the library annual book sale is just around the corner and books are needed.
âWe need books,â said Joann Staulcup of the Friends of the Library. âThe book sale is coming up in September and we need donations.â
Although books of any genre or subject are welcome, the non-profit group are particular when it comes to certain aspects of the books they will take.
Jason and Amanda Flores of Garden City, Texas, are proud to announce the birth of their twin daughters, Ellie Lynn and Kendall Emilia.â¨ Ellie Lynn was born at 8:14 a.m. July 24, 2013, at Scenic Mountain Medical Center in Big Spring Texas, weighing 6 pounds. 2 ounces, and measuring 18 inches long. Kendall Emilia was born at 8:15 a.m. July 24, 2013, at Scenic Mountain Medical Center in Big Spring Texas, weighing 4 pounds 14 ounces and measured 17 in. long. â¨Grandparents are Larry and Wendy George of Panhandle, Junior and Tina Moreno of Garden City and the late Jessie Flores.
Laura Moore and Donnie Barber, both of Big Spring were wed at 4:30 p.m., June 15, 2013, at Prairie View Baptist Church in Big Spring.
A reception followed in the fellowship hall of Prairie View Baptist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Johnny and Debbie Moore of Big Spring, Texas and the granddaughter of John and Melba Webb of Stanton and the late Don and Shirley Brashears. Laura is a third grade teacher at Washington Elementary, Big Spring ISD.
Tamara Jean Nichols of Midland, Texas, formerly of Ackerly and Tom Kiser Pitts of Midland, Texas, formerly of Levelland will exchange wedding vows at 7 p.m. Aug. 31, 2013, at Spirit Ranch in Lubbock, Texas.
The bride is the daughter of Terry and Dorothy Nichols of Big Spring, Texas and the granddaughter of the late Elvin and Norma Jean Nichols, Ackerly, Texas and the late Johnny and Reba Russworm of Lampasas, Texas.
The bride is a graduate of Texas Tech University with a bachelor's degree in interior design.
Kagen Ray Boubek, a boy, was born July 13, 2013 at 11:16 a.m. He weighed 7 pounds and was 20 inches long.
Kagen is the son Tiffany Boubek and Kurt Boubek II of Big Spring. Maternal grandparents are Russell Strong and Ana Saucedo.
Paternal grandparents are the late Kurt F. Boubeck and Angela Maker. Kagen was welcomed home by his parents and a brother and sister.
Alana Jakas of Brighton, N.Y., and Wolfgang Robinson of Big Spring, Texas, will exchange wedding vows Sept. 28, 2013, in Cape Cod, Mass.
Alana is a 2004 graduate of Brighton High School and a 2008 graduate of the University of Massachusetts. She is a food scientist at Mondelez International.
Wolfgang is the son of Michael and Monica Robinson. He is a 2003 graduate of Big Spring High School, a 2009 graduate of Portland State University and a 2012 graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law.
He is a judicial clerk to the Honorable Jose L. Fuentes, P.J.A.D.
Schoep has passed away.
The nicest man in the world, John Unger, has lost his companion. Schoep had just had his 20th birthday. A huge milestone considering Unger was contemplating euthanasia late July of last year.
But after what was supposed to be a final photo of Unger and Schoep went viral on the Internet, Unger was able to spend a few more precious months with his friend.
Â Editor's Note: Author Janet Rebhan was born and raised in Big Spring, Texas, an oil and military town where she also volunteered one summer at the Veterans Administration hospital. When she was 16, her family moved to Los Angeles, where she studied creative writing at UCLA and Moorpark College. She currently resides in Agoura Hills, Calif. âFinding Tranquility Baseâ is her first novel.