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Fri
18
May

Texas Rural Education

Macie Stack, Grady third grader, won second place in a statewide art contest from the Texas Rural Education Association. Dr. Amy Jacobs, Coahoma ISD superintendent and officer with the TREA, came to Grady to present her with a plaque and cash prize. 

 

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Fri
04
May

Silva to compete at State UIL meet this weekend

STANTON - Alexis Silva of Stanton heads to Austin this week to compete in Headline Writing. The State UIL Academic Meet is May 4-5, on the UT campus. Teresa Griffin is her journalism coach. Students are signing a “Good Luck” poster to send with her to Austin. Alexis is the daughter of Domingo and Vanessa Silva.

 

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Fri
20
Apr

Big Spring nursery experts to present water savings plan

MARTIN COUNTY - Area residents are invited to come learn about water thrifty landscaping at the 2018 Permian Basin Underground Water District Rainwater Harvesting Workshop.

The presentation is free to the public and will be May 3 from 6-7 pm at the district’s office at 708 W. St. Peter Street in Stanton.

This year the guest speakers will be Carl and Terri Johansen, owners of Johansen Landscape and Nursery. There will be a door prize drawing for a rain barrel and rain chain giveaway.

 

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Fri
20
Apr

Stanton Middle School names honor students

STANTON - Stanton ISD has announced the names of its middle school students with grades good enough to qualify for the fifth six weeks honor roll lists.

“A” Honor Roll Sixth Grade

Alyssa Almaguer, Natalie Magallanes, Jacob Neufeld, Shelby Phillips, Daniel Wickler

 

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Fri
13
Apr

Grady Junior High cheerleaders

2018-19 Grady Junior High cheerleaders: Ashlynn Peugh, Kinlee Young, Kinley McMorries, Nayce McMorries, Tatum North and Kailynn Peugh

 

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Fri
13
Apr

The Stanton Chamber of Commerce

The Stanton Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on Apr. 10 for April Evans, owner of the Thirsty Bird Boutique in downtown Stanton.

 

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Fri
06
Apr

Jade Stone of Martin County showed the Grand Champion

Jade Stone of Martin County showed the Grand Champion Mini Hereford Prospect Steer, the Grand Champion Mini Hereford Market Steer and the Reserve Division Champion Polled Hereford Heifer at the San Anonio stock show.

 

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Fri
06
Apr

Martin County chamber of Commerce April 2018 Business of the Month

Martin County chamber of Commerce April 2018 Business of the Month - Tunnell Insurance Agency

 

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Fri
23
Mar

The Grady High School one-act play

The Grady High School one-act play The Beggar’s Opera advanced from district to the bi-district round Mar. 20 in Post.

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Fri
16
Mar

Mule deer being studied for Panhandle, South Plains

WEST TEXAS - Graduate researchers from Sul Ross State University’s Borderlands Research Institute are assisting with a five-year, collaborative mule Sul Ross State University’s Borderlands Research Institute researcher Jacob Lampman (left), Texas A&MKingsville’s Laura Warner with captured mule deer. deer study with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in the extensive study to learn the effects of agriculture on mule deer in the Texas Panhandle.

Researchers from TPWD, the BRI, Texas Tech University and the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute at Texas A&M-Kingsville are participating in the extensive study.

“This project is unique because of all of the collaboration between universities, agencies, and landowners,” Thomas Janke, BRI research associate, said.

 

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