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Mar
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Mowing

Mowing the yard helps Lanie Burch knock out several studies with one activity as she learns about horticulture and gets her physical education.

Mowing the yard helps Lanie Burch knock out several studies with one activity as she learns about horticulture and gets her physical education.

Thu
26
Mar
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Branson Brown

Branson Brown gains some real world knowledge by learning how to change a bicycle tube and tire.

Branson Brown gains some real world knowledge by learning how to change a bicycle tube and tire.

Fri
06
Mar
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Martin County citizens come together to help control pet population

Martin County citizens come together to help control pet population
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MARTIN COUNTY - Many residents have noticed an increased problem with stray, loose, or feral animals running around our city and county. Local Facebook pages are constantly filled with people posting pictures of animals running loose, people attempting to find an owner, or a frantic family looking for their lost, beloved pet. Many of these posts have led to successful reunions and adoptions, but there are times when the City of Stanton has to step in and animal control has to pick up these animals.

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06
Mar
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Stanton High School

Stanton High School

Stanton High School students of the week are front row: Natalie Taylor, Kayleigh Villa

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Thu
13
Feb
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Day’s Cupid Shuffle fetches record breaking $300,000 bid

Day’s Cupid Shuffle fetches record breaking $300,000 bid

FORT WORTH - Twelve-year-old Ryder Day, of Meadow FFA, fought back tears of joy last Friday when he pulled off an improbable victory at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.

Day won the junior steer grand champion prize with his Hereford, Cupid Shuffle.

“I think I’m dreaming,” said Day after being selected grand champion.

Many in the stock show community called the feat historical, as it was the first time since 1982 that a Hereford breed had won the prestigious top prize in the competition. For many years the event has been dominated by European crossbreds, but 2020 broke the mold with Cupid Shuffle’s momentous win and a second Hereford, Dave, being selected as the reserve grand champion. Holly Thomas, 17 of Gatesville 4H, took the second prize with Dave.

 

Thu
13
Feb
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Hunt, Quaid exchange vows on new year’s eve in Lubbock

Hunt, Quaid exchange vows on new year’s eve in Lubbock

LUBBOCK - Faith Hunt, daughter of Lance and Regenia Hunt of Tarzan, married Joshua Quaid, son of Robert and Ann Quaid of Stanton on Dec. 31, 2019 in a ceremony at Bella Vie Venue and Event Center in Lubbock. Following their magical night the couple enjoyed a Caribbean cruise for their honeymoon.

The bride is the granddaughter of Vanny and Mary Ann Glaze of Tarzan and her honorary parents are Rudy and Emelda Hewtty of Lenorah. She is a graduate of Lubbock Christian University and is currently employed as a Loan Officer assistant at First National Bank of Stanton.

The groom is the grandson of Glenn and Glynda (Quaid) Madison of Stanton. He works in farming and is currently attending Aviation Mechanical School at Midland College.

 

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Thu
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Jan
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WWI exhibit coming to Midland

MIDLAND - Midland College is proud to host an exhibit provided by the Smithsonian Institute in conjunction with the United States World War One Centennial Commission.

The exhibit, entitled World War I: Lessons and Legacies, will explore the war and its lasting impact and far-reaching influence on American life.

The exhibit will be open from February 6, 2020 to August 31, 2020.

 

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Thu
30
Jan
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Alzheimer’s association to host two events teaching the public about a terrible disease

The West Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will be hosting two events in Odessa and Midland that are free and open to the public.

The first, HEALTHY LIVING FOR BRAIN AND BODY, will be Thursday Feb. 6, 2020 from 6pm – 7pm at the MCH Wellness Center, 8050 E. Hwy. 191, Odessa, TX 79765.

Everyone wants to live healthy, and the West Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is inviting people to learn about research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and social engagement and use hands-on tools to help incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging.

 

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Thu
02
Jan
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Area gins wrap up cotton ginning season

WEST TEXAS - Christmas and New Years have come and gone and so has the ginning season for several cotton gins in the area. Four gins have reported final numbers, two are not returning phone calls, one never opened for ginning and three others are still pumping out bales. Of those finished, Tarzan reported 27,455 bales for the year and Stanton counted 10,850. Midkiff was just under 40,000 bales with a total report of 39,987 and Ackerly churned out 26,841 bales this season. Midkiff never opened the doors and Big Spring and Lomax did not return phone calls before time of press. 

 

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Wed
27
Nov
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Stanton Elementary Library Pumpkin Contest Winners 4th Grade

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