Hard work paid off on Thursday night for over a dozen local nonprofit organizations. Allocations of the 2016 United Way Campaign were distributed to the 15 area agencies during the United Way of Big Spring and Howard County’s annual meeting held at the Hotel Settles.
Borden County girl’s hard work paid off at the 2017 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo recently. Aubree Blissard, a 4-H member from Borden County, exhibited the 1st place heifer in the Junior Simmental Heifer Show on Jan. 23.
Big Spring ISD trustees gave the green light Thursday night to use funds left over from two bond series to renovate the old kindergarten center campus to house the new Anderson Accelerated High School.
The Forsan High School debate team has qualified for the UIL state tournament to be held at the University of Texas in Austin. Team members Genesis Caldwell and Price Tarbet won four rounds and took home silver medals during the UIL district tournament on Monday.
Just in time for heart health month, United Blood Services is hosting two blood drives in Big Spring in February. Back in Motion Chiropractic will be hosting the first drive on Friday and Big Spring High School will be hosting the second drive on Tuesday, Valentine’s Day.
The annual Run 2 Love 2 Run 5K, organized by Permian Basin Events will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Big Spring State Park, will benefit the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of West Texas.
The Howard County Emergency Services Chaplain Corps is selling no soliciting, no trespassing signs as a fundraiser.
The “no soliciting signs” are $6 apiece and money from the sales will go to support the Chaplain Corps and the United Way of Big Spring and Howard County