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01
Nov
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Halloween events at Midland College tonight

MIDLAND - Halloween is tonight and Midland College is so excited about it. Bring your costume and check out the Halloween event at the college.

We are going to eat you: The zombie in history, film and popular culture.

The Midland College Fasken Learning Resource Center invites tghe pulic to spend Halloween learning about the mystique of the zombie, which has a long history in popular culture.

Zombies were initially a bottom-of-the-barrel monster that few took seriously. However, the zombie is now one of the most firmly ingrained monsters in popular imagination.

 

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Thu
03
Oct
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Grady releases first six week’s honor lists

GRADY - Grady ISD announced the students who qualified for the first six weeks honor rolls. A HONOR ROLL First Grade Kailynn Ball, Jonathan Barrientos, Prestyn Borgstedt, Alyjah Calderon, Sydney Canterbury, Bethani Cates, Nefertari Cruz, Harper Dennis, Nancy Enns, Emily Hamm, Kali Jolly, Honor Kimball, Brecken Mebane, Jairo Najera, Sofia Rodriguez, Nathan Sanders, Aubrey Smithson, Cassidy Tiemann, Caleb Tunnell, Braxtyn Willhelm, Paxton Ybarra.

Second Grade

Elizabeth Burns, Cooper Collier, Braylan Creech, Gracie Deatherage, Isaak Fehr, Sterling Foster, Joanna Stack, Lakoda Wells.

 

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Thu
03
Oct
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Stanton High School announces first six week’s honor roll lists

STANTON - Stanton High School has released the names of its students who qualified for the honor roll for the first six weeks.

A Honor Roll

Nickoli Aguirre, Peyton Barnhill, Amelia Bratcher, Ailyn Briceno, Mariah Brooks, Sophia Cabuco, Karen Castillo, Montserrat Cebellas, Jasmyne Chapa, Sara Duarte Arredondo, Marisela Escamilla.

Also, Amy Evans, Chaselyn Fisher, Kylie Flores, Andrea Flores, Madison Flores, Bridgette Franco, Aidan Galaviz, Brian Gonzales, Analiese Gonzalez, Sydney Harris, Hanna Hayes, Micah Hinojosa, Isaiah Hinojosa, Jessica Holguin, Jaleigh Ivy, Dylan Johnson, Grace Jones, Jazmin Juarez, Oralndo Juarez.

 

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Thu
26
Sep
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Quilt Showset for Oct. 4 and 5

MIDLAND - The Midland Quilters Guild is hosting its 40th Anniversary Ruby Jubilee Quilt Show and Market on Oct. 4 and 5 at the new, state of the art Bush Convention Center at 105 N. Main in Midland.

The show and market will open at 9 a.m. and continue to 5 p.m. on both days. Admission is $7 for one day or $10 for both.

 

 

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Thu
15
Aug
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Jamie Letkeman And Jonama Myrick

Jamie Letkeman and Jonama Myrick were honored at the Martin County 4-H Banquet on Aug. 6.

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Fri
19
Jul
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Keep pets safe in the heat

WEST TEXAS - The summer months can be uncomfortable—even dangerousfor pets and people.

Never leave your pets in a parked car.

Not even for a minute. Not even with the car running and air conditioner on. On a warm day, temperatures inside a vehicle can rise rapidly to dangerous levels. On an 85-degree day, for example, the temperature inside a car with the windows opened slightly can reach 102 degrees within 10 minutes. After 30 minutes, the temperature will reach 120 degrees. Your pet may suffer irreversible organ damage or die.

 

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Fri
19
Jul
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Paisano Baptist Encampment holds summer meeting

PAISANO BAPTIST ENCAMPMENT – For more than 100 years, Paisano Baptist Encampment has been deeply rooted in holy ground as the cowboy camp meeting brings together families, friends and churches for worship, fellowship and a refreshing break from the world’s hectic activity at the grounds between Alpine and Marfa. Join old and new timers beginning with Sunday evening supper on July 21 and continuing through Friday lunch July 26.

Preachers include Phil Christopher, Pastor of First Baptist Church in Abilene and Todd Still, Dean of George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University. Duane Brooks, Pastor of Tallowood Baptist Church in Houston will lead the adult Bible study. Jim Cleaveland, West Texas native and retired Minister of Music and Media at First Baptist El Paso, will lead worship with Nancy Russell of Lubbock at the piano and Russell Gunstream of El Paso playing the organ.

 

Thu
11
Jul
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Concerned Martin County residents launch Save the Connell House campaign

STANTON - Extreme weather conditions can make life in west Texas a challenge at times. This is true today and was especially true for the old settlers who came to the area in the late 1800’s. Shortly after the town of Marienfeld (later to become Stanton) was established in 1882, a severe drought began. Crops failed and most folks did not have the resources to feed their families. In 1886, a very harsh winter followed the drought. Many of the early settlers left the area and sought a fresh start elsewhere. The hardy souls that were able to stay saw additional droughts over the next two decades that caused many families to leave.

Thu
13
Jun
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The Permian Basin

The Permian Basin Underground Water Conservation District education coordinator, Misty Mimms, presents Chris Bryan, with his door prize winnings at the rainwater harvesting workshop.

 

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Thu
06
Jun
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The Grady Education Foundation is at it again!

The Grady Education Foundation is at it again! Yearbook sponsor Wendy Glaze was awarded a grant for a new camera and software to help the class with editing and photography by directors of the education foundation.

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