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City teeming with activities, officials say

March 30, 2011

Executive director of the Big Spring Economic Development Corporation, Terry Wegman, Dr. Cheryl Sparks, president of Howard College and Terri Johansen, president of the chamber of commerce board visit before Part 1: Money at Work, of the State of the Community chamber luncheon series Tuesday afternoon. (HERALD photo/Amanda Moreno)

Who says nothing happens in Big Spring and Howard County?

Anyone who attended Tuesday's State of the Community Series luncheon – Part 1: Money at Work, got a detailed report. Presentations from the city of Big Spring, Howard County, Colorado River Municipal Water District, Howard College and Big Spring Economic Development Corporation focused on the different areas each entity is working on.

“Repetition was heard, but that only means that we are working together,” City Manager Gary Fuqua said. “One entity can't do it alone. It requires partnerships and that is being seen here.”

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