The Daily Press Big Spring Herald | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-04-19T13:25:32-04:00 kids hunt for eggs2014-04-19T13:25:32-04:002014-04-19T13:25:32-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldBig Spring, TXNo author availableForsan kids hunt for eggsBig Spring hearing on city master plan set Monday2014-04-19T13:21:14-04:002014-04-19T13:21:14-04:00The city's Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee will host a public meeting to discuss the community's master plan at 6 p.m. Monday in Dorothy Garrett Coliseum on the Howard College campus.No dateline availableNo author availablePublic hearing on city master plan set MondayNo source Fair scheduled Tuesday2014-04-19T13:18:52-04:002014-04-19T13:18:52-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring Herald“We are encouraging employers who are interested in participating to call us on Monday,” said Debbye ValVerde, Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce executive director. The Job Fair will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum East Room, 1001 Birdwell Lane.Big Spring, TXNo author availableJob Fair scheduled TuesdayBig Spring to be named after Webb, DeAnda2014-04-18T11:25:38-04:002014-04-18T11:25:38-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldThe ceremony, which will honor Max Webb and Pat DeAnda, is part of several activities occurring at the park, including a community Easter Egg hunt sponsored by the North Side Movement and Low Image CC. The event begins at 5 p.m. and will include food and free giveaways.Big Spring, TXNo author availablePavilions to be named after Webb, DeAndaBig Spring hunters to scramble toward veterans home2014-04-18T11:24:28-04:002014-04-18T11:24:28-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldBack again is the annual Lamun-Lusk-Sanchez Texas State Veterans Home Easter egg hunt which will include 65,000, candy-packed plastic eggs to entice would-be, young hunters. The hunt begins at 11 a.m. Saturday and festivities will continue until 1 p.m. There will be prizes, games, music, food, drinks and ice cream.Big Spring, TXNo author availableEgg hunters to scramble toward veterans homeBig Spring Pump your own gas2014-04-17T11:50:12-04:002014-04-17T11:50:12-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldCrews began installing two 12,000-gallon fuel tanks at the airport Wednesday morning. When the project is complete, pilots of aircraft ranging from single-propellor Cessnas to business-class jets will be able to “gas ’n’ go” just as easily as their earthbound counterparts.For more of this story, read Thursday's edition of the Herald.Big Spring, TXNo author availablePilots: Pump your own gasBig Spring plans Earth Day events2014-04-17T11:47:41-04:002014-04-17T11:47:41-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldAs an Earth Day Project, Howard College art, biology and workforce departments are working together to collect items needed for the continued operation of the Howard County Humane Society. Assistant Professors Dr. Annie McKinnon, biology, Dr. Steven Hobbs, workforce and assistant professor of art/department head, Stacy Slaten, are collecting items for the local animal shelter.Big Spring, TXNo author availableHC plans Earth Day eventsBig Spring workers to get 6 percent raise2014-04-16T14:23:36-04:002014-04-16T14:23:36-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldThe city council voted unanimously to approve a 6 percent, across-the-board pay increase for all city employees during a special meeting Tuesday evening.Big Spring, TXNo author availableCity workers to get 6 percent raiseBig Spring named top student at HC2014-04-16T14:22:08-04:002014-04-16T14:21:32-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldBrown, a wife and resident of Abilene, was one of dozens of students honored Tuesday night during the college’s annual awards ceremony at Dorothy Garrett Coliseum.The Presidential Award for Outstanding Student of the Year is the most prestigious award given to a student at Howard College. Selection is based on academic excellence, participation in student life, leadership qualities and overall college spirit.Big Spring, TXNo author availableBrown named top student at HCBig Spring arrested on drug charges2014-04-15T12:17:29-04:002014-04-15T12:17:29-04:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldBrittany Clayton, 27, of Spenser, Okla., Eddie Ray Hunter Clayton, 28, of Oklahoma City and Linger James Evans, 52, of Cordova, Calif., were all charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, according to information released by BSPD Public Information Officer Sgt. Tony Everett.Big Spring, TXNo author availableTrio arrested on drug chargesBig Spring