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Health clinic soon to be reality

January 23, 2011

The Howard County Community Health Care Clinic recently received $150,000 from the Big Spring Economic Development Corp. to help renovate the clinic's future home at 1300 Gregg. Shown are, from left, Clinic Manager Ann Farley, Dr. Judy Madura of South Plains Rural Health Care Systems, which will oversee clinic operations, Terry Wegman, BSEDC executive director and Rodney Bomar, BSEDC board chairman. (HERALD photo/Steve Reagan)

It has been a long road from dream to reality for the Howard County Health Clinic.

The clinic, which has suffered more stops and starts than metropolitan rush hour traffic, will soon become reality, thanks to an outpouring of private and public support.

The latest push the clinic received came when it received $150,000 from the Big Spring Economic Development Corp. to help with renovation of the clinic's future home at 1300 Gregg. Clinic officials and BSEDC representatives put their signatures on the formal agreement Friday morning.

If all goes well, the clinic should be open to the public around May 1, said Ann Farley, clinic manager.

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