The Daily Press Big Spring Herald | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2015-03-03T12:54:11-05:00 to start ticketing those not in compliance with parking ordinance2015-03-03T12:54:11-05:002015-03-03T12:54:11-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldCity Manager Todd Darden said code enforcement inspectors are ready to begin implementing the city council’s decision to ban automobiles from front yards, unless they’re parked on concrete or gravel driveways.Darden said inspectors have been putting in plenty of overtime recently identifying violations and more than 170 letters have been sent to homeowners requesting they take steps to remove the vehicles from the yards.Big Spring, TXNo author availableOfficials to start ticketing those not in compliance with parking ordinanceBig Spring celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday2015-03-03T12:51:59-05:002015-03-03T12:51:59-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldThe kids at Washington Elementary got to spend Monday celebrating Dr. Seuss’ 111th birthday by hearing his stories and enjoying his rhymes.Adrian Calvio, of State Farm Insurance, was scheduled to come in later in the week for career day, but when he discovered that the kids would be celebrating Dr. Seuss on Monday, he asked to come in and share in the fun.Big Spring, TXNo author availableStudents celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthdayBig Spring dead in Glasscock rollover2015-03-02T11:04:08-05:002015-03-02T11:04:08-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldAccording to a Texas Department of Public Safety news release, 27-year-old Manuel Perez was pronounced dead by Glasscock County Justice of the Peace Kay Machicek at the scene of the accident. He was not wearing a seat belt, the DPS reports. Four other people were injured in the accident.Big Spring, TXNo author available1 dead in Glasscock rolloverBig Spring's art on display2015-03-02T11:02:31-05:002015-03-02T11:02:31-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldThe art show is a collection of paintings in various mediums and photos by Judy Tereletsky, a 35-year visual arts instructor who teaches at Big Spring High School. “As I look towards retirement from public school teaching, I hope that school districts would realize the impact of the visual arts on students and the educational system,” Tereletsky said.Big Spring, TXNo author availableTereletsky's art on displayBig Spring arrested for arson at scene of structure fire2015-02-28T12:05:58-05:002015-02-28T12:05:58-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldBig Spring, TXHerald Staff Report Man arrested for arson at scene of structure fireBig Spring brings in Country Music stars for Funtastic Fourth2015-02-28T12:03:28-05:002015-02-28T12:02:51-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldTracy Lawrence and Restless Heart will headline this year's Alon USA/7-11 annual Funtastic 4th Celebration set for Saturday and Sunday, June 26th and June 27th.Big Spring, TXBY LYNDEL MOODY Staff WriterDRA brings in Country Music stars for Funtastic FourthBig Spring enrollment continues on downward trend2015-02-28T11:57:19-05:002015-02-28T11:57:19-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldBig Spring, TXBY LYNDEL MOODY Staff WriterHC enrollment continues on downward trendBig Spring filing ended Friday2015-02-28T11:53:38-05:002015-02-28T11:53:38-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldBig Spring, TXNo author availableCandidate filing ended FridayBig Spring Club pancake fundraiser Saturday2015-02-27T12:44:08-05:002015-02-27T12:44:08-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldUnited Way and the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club will host an all-you-can-eat pancake meal from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday at the Boys and Girls Club center (located at 811 W. 5th St). The cost is $5 per person.All proceeds will go towards United Way and The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club.Big Spring, TXNo author availableBoys/Girls Club pancake fundraiser SaturdayBig Spring weather forces closures2015-02-27T12:40:01-05:002015-02-27T12:40:01-05:00Copyright 2010 Big Spring HeraldCrossroads residents woke up to a blanket of snow and sub-freezing weather this morning that caused several closures or delays for area school districts and municipal offices.Hazardous road conditions this morning prompted all three school districts — Big Spring, Coahoma and Forsan — to cancel classes today. Also Howard College closed all four of its campuses.Big Spring, TXNo author availableWintry weather forces closuresBig Spring