July 20th, 2011
Corbin Heath Young and Kandace Joann Schuelke will exchange wedding vows Dec. 31, 2011 at Circle Six Ranch Baptist Tabernacle, Stanton.
The future bride is the daughter of Kenneth and Patty Schuelke of Stanton and the prospective groom is the son of Ren and Leisha Young of Paradise, Texas.
Miss Schuelke is a 2008 graduate of Grady ISD and currently attending Howard Payne University in Brownwood, majoring in biology with a 2012 graduation date.
James and Joanie Ward of Fort Stockton announce the engagement of their daughter, Bryana Adele, to Andrew Brock Miller, son of Kerry and Lori Miller of Midland.
Bryana is the granddaughter of the late Paul and Mallie Hubnik and the late Elvin and Bennie Ward â€” all formerly of Odessa.
Drew is the grandson of Rita Fort of Big Spring and the late John Fort. He is also the grandson of Edward and Delores Miller of Minot, North Dakota.
Arnie and Janee Ingram of Wellington, announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter,
Shari Lee Ingram to Matthew Thomas Reyna, both of Austin.
Shari is the granddaughter of the late Glen and Vonnie Taylor of Wellington and the late Clyde Ingram also of Wellington and the late Betty Vines of Ft. Worth.
Matthew is the son of Nick and Lisa Reyna of Big Spring and the grandson of Nelda and the late Tommy Carstensen of Garden City and Donna and the late Gilbert Reyna of Big Spring.
Angel and Neydi Ortiz of Mableton, Ga., announce the birth of their baby girl, AnnMarie Ortiz.
AnnMarie was born June 21, 2011, at 12:30 a.m. She weighed 6 pounds 13 ounces and measured 19 Â½ inches long.
Her maternal grandmother is Jovita Armas. Her paternal grandparents are Vianey Larraga and Angel Ortiz.
She was welcomed home by her siblings, Daniel, Ethan and Zaydi Ortiz.
Lindsey Nicole Hattenback and Gordon Carroll Gooding were united in marriage Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, at 7 p.m. The ceremony was held at Saint Anne's Catholic Church in Houston. The Rev. Jay Walsh officiated.
Following the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a reception at The Courtyard on St. James. On the even of the wedding the groom's parents hosted a dinner at The Grove in downtown Houston.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hattenbach of Midland. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gooding of Texarkana.
Nicole Davidson and Trey Harris both of Big Spring, exchanged wedding vows June 13, 2011, at 10 a.m. in the Howard County Courthouse.
The bride is the daughter of Scott and Kathy Davidson of Big Spring and the granddaughter of Patricia Tate of Big Spring and Kaye Davidson of Austin.
She was part of the Big Spring High School graduating class of 2011 and will attend college in Hawaii.
The groom is the son of Stacey Harris of Big Spring and the grandson of Gary and Bethany Sleight of Big Spring.
Kara Fraley of Ft. Worth and Cris Colegrove of Hobbs, NM, announce the birth of their son, Conner Ryan Colegrove.
Conner was born July 8, 2011 at 11:11 a.m. He weighed 6 pounds 6 ounces and measured 19 inches long.
His maternal grandparents are Trent and Norma Fraley. Paternal grandfather is Jesse Colegrove.
Dianna Marie Barraza and Tyler Shane Gregg, both of Big Spring, announce their engagement.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Delia and Thane Hoyte, both deceased of Southworth, Wash. She is a 2007 Big Spring High School graduate. She is employed at Woodforest National Bank.
The prospective groom is the son of Jane and step-father, Dean Jajko of Riverside, NJ and Jackie and step-mother, Mary Gregg of Big Spring. He is former student of Big Spring High School and 2008 graduate of Rancocas High School in Eastampton, NJ. He is employed at Jack Cathey Construction.
Reservoirs aren't the only things running low these days, as city officials warn that residents caught violating water restrictions in the face of a region-wide shortage are going to find patience for their wasteful ways a long-gone commodity.
Chad Averette, director of the city's Code EnforcmentOffice, said the city will be taking a zero-tolerance approach to violations to mandatory water restriction.
A Big Spring man found guilty of possession of cocaine by a 118th District Court jury in March 2009 had his conviction affirmed by the 11th District of Texas Court of Appeals this month, upholding his multi-year prison sentence.
Jesse Woodruff, 23, was sentenced to 12 years in the Texas Department of Corrections after being convicted of possessing more than 17 grams of crack cocaine during a traffic stop in October 2008. The trial took just one day.