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Fri
15
Apr

Dwindling water supply prompts April 19 meeting

BIG SPRING – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office in Howard County will conduct a groundwater roundtable that is open to the public from 1-4 p.m. April 19 in the G.C. Broughton Jr. Ag Complex at Howard College, 2411 Echols Drive in Big Spring. “The problem prompting this roundtable discussion, and it’s a huge one, is we are running out of water,” said Tommy Yeater, AgriLife Extension agent in Howard County. “Our groundwater supply is becoming so depleted that we soon won’t have enough for sustained municipal use, let alone for supporting our extensive cotton crop.”
 
 
Fri
08
Apr

Fultz, Russell plan June ceremony after graduation from LCU in May

IDALOU - Mr. and Mrs. David Fultz of Idalou are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Beth Fultz, to Carsten Wayne Russell of Lenorah. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Russell of Lenorah. The bride-elect graduated from Idalou High School in 2012.
 
Fri
01
Apr

Ginners meet next weekend for annual trade conference

The Texas Cotton Ginners Association will host their 109th Annual Meeting and Trade Show in Lubbock on April 7-8. The theme for the event is “Rock Cotton Texas Style”. Attendees are invited to use the hashtag #RockCottonTexasStyle on social media. The meeting features several events, including the Southwest Ginners School and a golf tournament on April 6. The trade show starts at 9 a.m., on Thursday, April 7, at the Lubbock Civic Center where more than 130 exhibitors will be on hand.
 
Fri
01
Apr

Schuelke, Young plan May wedding

Kenneth and Patty Schuelke are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Julia Kristin to Richard Austin Young. The couple will exchange vows May 20, 2016, at Willow Creek Chapel in Abilene.

 

Fri
25
Mar

Covell, Fulton plan summer wedding

STEPHENVILLE - David Covell of San Antonio and Sandra Clifford of Dothan, Ala., would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie Lynn Covell, to Tyler Lane Fulton, son of Karen Fulton and the late Don Fulton of Stanton. The future bride received a bachelor of science with a concentration in kinesiology from Tarleton State University in Stephenville and is teaching and coaching at Stephenville High School.

 

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Fri
25
Mar

Stanton scholars excel at district academics

STANTON - Stanton High School’s academic UIL participants have been busy this past semester with a couple practice meets and the district meet this week in Big Lake at Reagan County High School. Results from the two meets as well as the district contest follow:

 

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Wed
23
Mar

Crockett dominates medalist links honors as Buffs take third

COAHOMA - Benjamin Crockett carried the Stanton Buffs to fourth place at the Coahoma Golf Tournament this past week, winning medalist honors by five strokes. Crockett shot a 77 to dominate individual stats, beating a trio of Coahoma golfers for the medalist honors. Coahoma won the team championship in a landslide with Garden City second, Sterling City third, then Stanton followed by New Home and Reagan County.
 
 
Wed
23
Mar

The Conservation Farmer of the Year award for the Mustang

The Conservation Farmer of the Year award for the Mustang Soil and Water Conservation District was presented to Pam and Matt Snell (left) and Marion and Joy Snell (right) by Mustang SWCD Director Kevin Cane, in the center.
 
 
Fri
11
Mar

Martin County farmer helps Monsanto with 4-H donation

Martin County 4-H has received a $2,500 donation from America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund and directed by local farmer Jason Phillips of Martin County. The donation will help the organization pay for contest entries, pay 4-H Enrollment Membership fees and supplies for the county 4- H program. For six years, America’s Farmers Grow Communities has collaborated with farmers to donate over $22 million to more than 8,000 community organizations across rural America.
 
Fri
11
Mar

Stanton students excel at Permian Basin Science Fair

A handful of Stanton elementary students, under the guidance of Teacher Erica Melton, brought home a slew of top awards at the Permian Basin Regional Science Fair this past Saturday. Winners included first place for Jonah Johnson in Physics, third place for Kamryn Madison in Physics, third place for Vanity Olivar Perez in Behavioral Science, first place in Environmental Science for Brittyn Carson, first place for Aiden Louder in Life Science and third place in Chemistry for Aiden Stone, who also received the National Association of Corrosion Engineers Top Project Award.
 

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