April 7th, 2012
Kallie Rose Dixon of Plainview, and Jacob William Nichols of Big Spring, announce their engagement.
Kallie is the daughter of Don and Marcia Dixon of Plainview.
The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Plainview High School. She received her bachelorâ€™s degree from Texas Tech University in 2010 and a masters degree from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2011. She is a registered dietitian at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock and Plainview.
The prospective groom is the son of Darrell and Sheri Nichols of Big Spring.
A charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child has been filed against the 54-year-old Big Spring man who was arrested in mid-March on charges of abandoning/endangering a child â€“ criminal negligence and prohibited sexual conduct â€“ incest, according to investigators.
These days, Memorial Stadium looks more a gravel pit than a place to play football, but all that will change in the coming weeks.
Workers are approaching the final stages of installing a $758,000 artificial playing surface at Memorial, along with other renovation projects at the stadium.
The field installation began earlier this year and is expected to be completed by late May, Assistant Superintendent Danny Ferrell said.
The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity between 7 a.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. today:
â€˘ ESTEVAN VALENCIA JR., 31, of 1110 E. 13th St., was arrested Thursday on a warrant for theft â€“ more than $500 and less than $1,500.
â€˘ ERNEST WILLIAM CLARK, 71, transient, was arrested Thursday on a charge of criminal trespass.
â€˘ ADRIANNA BIANCA GARZA, 20, of 703 W. 18th St., was arrested Thursday on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol by a minor.
Vivian Thomas Etheredge, 90, of Big Spring died Thursday, April 5, 2012, at Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. The family will receive friends from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Friday at Myers & Smith Funeral Home. Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 7, 2012, at Resthaven Cemetery in Midland, Texas, with the Rev. Doug Shelley officiating.
Faye Jean (Miss Faye) McGee, 54, of Big Spring died Wednesday, April 4, 2012, at her residence. Services are pending at Myers & Smith Funeral Home.
Officials with the Big Spring Police Department say an emergency phone call received Wednesday afternoon reporting a possible homicide in the 600 block of Caylor was a hoax, although the matter is still under investigation.
According to Sgt. Tony Everett, public information officer with the BSPD, officers responded to the scene after a man called 911 saying he had killed someone.
â€śDispatch received the call from an inactivated cell phone,â€ť Everett said Wednesday afternoon. â€śA male subject advised that he had killed someone at 601 Caylor, repeated the message and hung up.â€ť
A piece of history will soon come back to life in Big Spring, with a little modern twist. According to Bill Cole, Hotel Settles director of operations, construction is moving along and a â€śsoftâ€ť opening is set for August.
For 30 years, Hotel Settles â€” which shut its doors in 1982 â€” has been closed to the public, but by the end of this year, the majestic building will again be reopened. The Healthy Woman Advisory Council had the privilege Wednesday afternoon of having the first â€śofficialâ€ť meeting in the hotel.
The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity between 7 a.m. Wednesday and 7 a.m. today:
â€˘ ANDREA DENISE ALENDER, 40, of 1615 Cardinal St., was arrested on charge of public intoxication.
â€˘ TRAVIS RUSSELL MCKISKI, 24, of 801 W. Marcy, was arrested on a warrant from other agency.
â€˘ TAKIRA NICOLE GREEN, 21, of 8100 W. Elizabeth Ln. of Fort Worth, was arrested on two warrants from other agency.
â€˘ JOSEPH DEWAYNE RICHTER, 25, of 904 S. Nolan St., was arrested on a charge of assault: family violence threat or offensive touch.
A program which provides meals for elderly, home-bound Big Spring residents has put out a call for volunteers.
Mobile Meals, a private, non-profit organization, currently delivers noon meals for between 60 and 70 people a day, but officials said more help is needed.