September 17th, 2011
Britni Cook was named 2011 Garden City High School Homecoming Queen earlier this month while Reggie Halfmann was named Mr. Bearkat. Both are seniors.
The wife of a suspect charged with murder in the May 21 shooting of a Lamesa man is in custody, according to local law enforcement officials.
Rosalina Garcia, wife of 30-year-old murder suspect Jose Americo Garcia, was taken into custody by investigators with the Texas Rangers Wednesday in Lamesa, nearly a month after fleeing the United States to Mexico with her husband and two children.
According to unofficial reports, Rosalinda Garcia has confirmed what law enforcement officials have feared since the arrest warrant was issued May 21: Jose Garcia is currently in Mexico.
Putting one foot in front of the other is the only way to reach a goal and Alzheimer's Association members took it literally as they held their 13th Walk to End Alzheimer's â formerly known as the Memory Walk â Saturday morning at Comanche Trail Park.
âThis year, we changed the name, have new signage and are emphasizing how we are walking for a cause and that there is so much more hope with all the new advancements,â said Debbie Erdwurm, Alzheimer's Association regional director.
A little bit of floating and lot of flying is taking place at the Comanche Trail Lake.
Saturday morning, members of the Big Spring Model Aircraft Association took their planes out to the lake in anticipation of having some fun. This weekend was the 18th Annual Don McKinney Memorial Float Fly.
âThis is a great way for us to generate interest in the community and possibly gain some new members,â said John Womack, vice president of BSMAA.
FORSAN â The Forsan Buffaloes treated a large homecoming crowd to an offensive display of epic proportions. Ty Johnson touched the ball six times and scored on four of them. Johnson broke free for touchdown runs of 68 and 66 yards, caught a Fosster Burchett pass for a 66 yard touchdown and picked off a Plains' pass and returned it 94 yards for another score.
âIt was just fun to watch,â Coach Jason Phillips said. âTy is truly a gifted athlete and it was one of those nights where everything clicked for him. He is a privilege to coach.â
Enough can not be said about the Big Spring defense again this week. The eventual 39-3 loss to Monahans Friday night says nothing of the great stands made by the Steers throughout the game, but the stand together strength was evident all the same as Big Spring held the high-powered Loboes to three points â and really only one decent drive â until the two minute mark of the second quarter.
Anna Castaneda and Ben Justice Gann exchanged wedding vows Sept. 10, 2011, in the backyard of Mark and Stacy Barr's residence at 8 a.m.
The bride is the daughter of Joy Aldridge and Martin Castaneda, both of Big Spring. She is the grand daughter of Gene Chandler of Big Spring. She is the Big Spring High School choral director.
The groom is the son of Ken and Ronda Gann of Heber Springs, Ark. He is employed by the BSISD technology department.
Judge Mark Barr performed the ceremony, which was followed by a delicious breakfast served by Stacy Barr.
Tommy and Laurie Churchwell of Big Spring, announce the engagement of their son, Logan Choate Churchwell, of Washington D.C. to Katherine Carlsen Crawford of Alexandria, Virg., daughter of Kent and the late Christine Crawford of Litchfield Park, Ariz.
The bride-elect is a 2003 graduate of Agua Fria High School and a 2007 Lewis and Clark graduate . She will graduate as an Episcopal Priest in 2012 from Virginia Theological.
Melinda Williams and Ruben Hilario Jr. of Big Spring, announce the birth of their daughter, Neviellah Aleera Hilario.
Neviellah was born Aug. 22, 2011, at 1:37 p.m. She weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces and measured 19 Âœ inches.
Her maternal grandparents are Vickie and James Carson of Big Spring. Her paternal grandparents are Margie and Rueben Hilario Sr. of Big Spring.
She was welcomed home by siblings, Aycence Williams and Cory Hilario.
The Big Spring Film Society is looking for a few good men ... and women.
The local film society is looking for volunteers to help with its final screening of the season Saturday, Sept. 24, when the organization plans to present “The Dark Crystal” at Big Spring State Park.
According to Film Society Chairman Brandon Johnson, the screening — part of the group's annual summer screening series which began this year with “Back to the Future” and “Ghostbusters” — represents a major accomplishment for the organization.