Skip to main content

Trustees give nod to no-frills budget

July 26, 2011

Consider it the “it could have been worse” budget.

Despite millions of dollars in lost state revenue, Howard College officials are proposing a budget that is balanced, maintains most current services and gives some area residents a tax break, to boot.

College trustees got their first good luck at the proposed 2011-2012 budget during a Monday morning workshop.

The bad news for Howard — and every other public college in Texas — is a marked decrease in state funding, College President Dr. Cheryl Sparks said. Over the course of the next two years, Sparks said Howard and SouthWest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf will lose $4.5 million in funding compared to previous years. And Howard has been put on notice by state officials that further cuts may be forthcoming.

For more information, you may subscribe to the Big Spring Herald or purchase an e-edition.

Anthony Godwin gave the Big Spring High School Steers just what they needed on Friday night....
Jaci Aguilar and Mercedes Ruiz both came up with clutch hits on Friday afternoon and helped the Big...
In his first round of competitive golf since February, Tiger Woods shot a 1-over 73 at the Masters...
PRICE REDUCED 2850 RANCH ROAD 33 1315 PRINCETON 901 BAYLOR
Just in time for Easter, try out these 12 easy and fun crafts with your kids. From bunny ears to almond wreaths, it's...
NEW LISTINGS 901 Runnels 2606 E.24th 2602 Coronado

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes