With the course looking and playing better than it has in years, the annual Big Spring City Golf Championship was a big success. Over 70 players from the county showed up and competed in the tournament. Charlie Garcia won his 12th title with a -4 performance in the two rounds of the tourname…

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Golfers from all around the county are converging on the Comanche Trail Golf Course this weekend for the annual Big Spring City Golf Championship. Players from the Comanche Trail Ladies Golf Association (center and right) and other local players (left), have already kicked off the action pla…

Reserved season tickets have not come in. We are sorry, but they will not be here in time to distribute next week as planned. We are hoping to received them next week and have those ready for pick up starting Monday, July 29th -August 9th at the ATC office from 8:30-11:30a and 1:30-3:30p. If…

It was another great turnout for another great run at the Scenic Mountain Moonlight Rave Run Friday night. Big Spring State Park and Permian Basin Events LLC once again put on a great run with the help of their local sponsors for healthy living.

Congratulations to Coach Audrey Dunn for being selected as the Sub-Varsity Track & Field Coach of the Year for 1A-4A schools by the Texas Girls Coaches Association! We would like to thank Coach Dunn for being an integral part of our athletic program, and thank the TGCA for recognizing he…

Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks has been named Rookie of the Year for 2019. See tomorrow's edition of the Big Spring Herald for the full story.

BSHS graduate Desiree “Dirty Dez” Yanez continues to impress as she moved to 5-1 as a fighter with a third round technical submission of her opponent Paulina Vargas this past weekend for her fourth straight victory.

PARIS (AP) — Carli Lloyd wasn't thrilled to open the Women's World Cup on the bench for the United States. She accepted the role, but made no secret she wanted to start.

The Coahoma FFA chapter celebrated a very successful year this year, for the full story on their accomplishments please see Tuesday's edition of the Herald.

Sixteen local teams came together at the Big Spring Country Club this past weekend to have some fun and raise some funds for the Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce during their annual Sticks and Tricks golf tournament.

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Big Spring Chamber Sticks and Tricks golf tournament is in full swing.  

Due to arena conditions this morning and more rain in the forecast we are sad to say we will have to postpone our horsemanship clinic tomorrow.... everyone have a fantastic weekend and get ready for our playday NEXT weekend!!!

With just under three weeks until her fight for Combat Americas BSHS graduate Desiree “Dirty Dez” Yanez is still in need of sponsors. So if you are interested in tickets for the fight or in sponsorship opportunities please contact Desiree through messanger on her facebook page https://www.fa…

The CHS athletic department ended the year celebrating an outstanding competitive season that included eight different sports see postseason play and three students — Vance Ott, Keegan Dobbs, and Cailey Glover — compete at the state level. More than 100 awards were given out to the high scho…

Big Spring Lady steers played an amazing season and made themselves known across the district. Way to go Lady Steers!

Brycen and Brayden Cervantes as well as fellow Forsan Junior High student Cade Wallis all qualified for this year's Texas Junior High Rodeo in Gonzales. Wallis, who qualified for the third straight year and made it to National's last year, will compete in tie down roping, chute dogging, and …

Friends and families gathered at Comanche Trail Lake this past weekend to soak up some sun and compete in the Greater Big Spring Rotary Club's annual fishing tournament. There was a great turnout, a total of 63 registered participants, and it was nice to see the community coming together to …

With Kyler Seymore and Abel Clark leading the way the Steers competed this past weekend in the Southwest Hoops basketball tournament hosted here in Big Spring. The Steer didn't win the tournament, but they played some good ball and got some great in game experience playing together as a unit…

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