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July 14th, 2015

Youngster takes a stand against hunger

July 14, 2015

Once again, Logan Henry is fighting hunger — one glass of lemonade at a time.

Logan, who will be 9 years old Thursday, is the proprietor of Logan’s Lemonade Stand. He will be set up on Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon at 809 Scurry Street to raise funds for Isaiah 58. This is his third year of running his stand and he has started to become somewhat of a celebrity in certain circles — during a recent interview, a passer-by recognized him and asked if she could take a picture.

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

July 13th

Hang gliding to return to Big Spring

July 13, 2015

It is almost time, once again, for the Big Spring Hang Gliding Nationals.
The event will be taking place at the McMahon-Wrinkle Airport from Aug. 2 through Aug. 8.
Since 2001 hang gliders have been coming to Big Spring from all over.
Spectators may go to the terminal at the airport where there will be shaded seating to watch the event. Inside the terminal people will be able to find food and drinks for purchase and have access to restrooms.

Read the complete story in today's Big Spring Herald.

July 11th

Pair arrested on drug charges

July 11, 2015

More charges may be pending on two people arrested on drug charges Thursday by the Big Spring Police Department’s Narcotics Unit.

On Thursday about 10 a.m., the Big Spring Police Department’s Narcotics Unit and Criminal Investigation Division executed a search warrant at 1400 Princeton, according to a news release from the Big Spring PD.

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

DPS urges safe driving during latest campaign

July 11, 2015

According the the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), more than 5,000 traffic accident occurred in the Permian Basin in 2014 resulting in 429 fatalities.

With oil production expected to ramp up throughout the summer, TxDOT is promoting its “Be Safe, Drive Smart” in the Permian Basin region.

July 10th

A&M club auction Saturday

July 10, 2015

A few rounds of golf and then a spirited auction are in the works for the Howard County A&M Club this weekend. The 16th annual Jerry Forsythe golf scramble and auction will be taking place Saturday at the Big Spring Country Club.

“The golf tournament is $400 for a four-man team and will end around noon,” explains Chris Olson, president of the Howard County A&M Club. “Hors d’oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m. and then we will begin the auction at 7. You do not have to play golf to attend the auction and you do not have to attend the auction to play golf.”

July 9th

Oncor reps warn of scam

July 9, 2015

Officials at Oncor are warning the public of a possible scam occurring in the area involving the misrepresentation of the company.

“We have been notified that there seems to be a couple of scams going on in our area involving Oncor,” said Jim Clements, Oncor Area Manager. “Someone claiming to be Oncor employees are calling customers telling them they have an overdue bill and if they don’t make an online payment the power will be shut off to their home or business. In other areas they are going door to door asking for personal information to help them get cheaper electric rates.”

Summers on the Green finale Saturday

July 9, 2015

The final film for the Summers on the Green outdoor movie and entertainment series will feature the American cinema classic “American Graffiti.”

The last of the three-part outdoor movies series will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday on the Hotel Settles lawn.

July 8th

Firefighters rescue motorist stranded for more than 12 hours

July 8, 2015

Howard County Volunteer Firefighters were called out Tuesday afternoon to help rescue a man stranded in his vehicle among high, running water on a county road in the Knott Community.

A storm front blew into the Permain Basin late Monday and early Tuesday morning causing severe flooding in several areas including the cities of Lamesa and Abilene and washed out several county roads in northern Howard County.

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

Museum plans summer art camp

July 8, 2015

Signups for a two-week summer art camp for children and youth are now being taken at the Heritage Museum.

The camp is a series of six classes each designed for a specific age group ranging from pre-kindergarten to high school age, according to art instructor Terri Chaney. Each class cost $45 to participate which includes all major art supplies. Enrollment is limited to 15 students per class.

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

Clinic welcomes new staff

July 8, 2015

Faces are changing at Family Medical Center and the family is growing.

In the past year, five new providers have joined the FMC group. In recognition of the growth, FMC and Scenic Mountain Medical Center (SMMC) will host a Meet and Greet reception July 21 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the SMMC lobby.

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

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