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In the mood for fish?

September 3, 2015

Long John Silvers is a busy place tonight. The store opened Wednesday to customers who had waited several months to satisfy their sea food craving while the company built a new store on the site on the old building site. The Taco Bell side of the store will be open to customers at 7 a.m. next Wednesday.

Vigil set Saturday to honor slain officers, law enforcement

September 2, 2015

A local prayer vigil is set for 7 p.m. Saturday night at the Heart of the City Park as a show of support for local law enforcement and for the families of two slain Texas Police officers. The event is organized by the Big Spring and Howard County LEO Wives Club. Those who attend are also asked to wear something blue.
Visit the Facebook page "Big Spring Unite with the blue light prayer vigil" for more information.

Adopt a Hero program seeks addresses

September 2, 2015

Everybody loves receiving gifts on Christmas, especially if they are thousands of miles from home.

The Howard County Adopt a Military Hero program's main purpose is to provide holiday gift packages for active duty military personnel stationed overseas during the Christmas season, but officials need your help in securing APO addresses for those service men and women.

For more information on the program, see Wednesday's edition of the Herald.

New laws take effect

September 2, 2015

New laws enacted by the Texas Legislature earlier this year took effect Tuesday.

Among the new laws were ordinances impacting unattended vehicles which are left running, the use of LED lights on motorcycles and requirements for a state-issued identification card.

For a closer look at these new laws, see Wednesday's edition of the Herald.

Triathlon registration under way

September 1, 2015

Want to go for a swim? A bike ride? A run? How about all three?

The annual Comanche Warrior Triathlon — which features a 500-meter open-water swim, a 30K bike ride and 5K run — will be held in and around Comanche Trail Park Saturday.

Advance registration is $60 per individual and $100 per team. Saturday registration is $70 for individuals and $130 per team.

For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of the Herald.

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