Lifestyle

Fri
04
Dec

Sheriff’s grandson has winning fire prevention week letter

ALLEN - All across the state of Texas, firemen and volunteer firemen have given freely of themselves to give valuable demonstrations and teach lesson to thousands of young school kids.

 

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Fri
20
Nov

Steve Fryar inducted into Tarleton rodeo Hall of Fame on Nov. 14

STEPHENVILLE - Steve Fryar of Lomax and Big Spring was inducted into the Tarleton State University Rodeo Hall of Fame on Nov. 14 at a banquet in Stephenville. Other inductees were Jennifer Smith-Driver, David Key and Turtle Powell. A 1971 Stanton High School graduate, Fryar graduated from Tarleton State University in 1977 with a bachelor’s in agriculture.

 

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Fri
20
Nov

Annual holiday festival Nov. 28-29 in Odessa

PERMIAN BASIN - ‘Tis Christmas Holiday Festival is coming back to Odessa Nov. 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Nov. 29, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. It’s that time of year and one of the favorite shopping extravaganzas is coming to town. . Over 110 craftsmen from three states offer decorative items for sale such as children’s clothing, bows, kitchen whisks, handpainted purses, dog carriers, jewelry, pet accessories, paintings, Christmas wreaths and arrangements, decorated shirts, knives, wallets, crosses, pottery, ornaments, sheets, memory rings, sports equipment, home décor items, soap, swag garlands , hand painted canvas, wood crafts, embroidery, Christmas spiders, totilla warmers, Watkins products, books dolls, wood furniture and many other items.

 

Fri
13
Nov

Stanton Elementary 5th grade students

Stanton Elementary 5th grade students filled 33 care boxes to send to men and women who are currently serving in the United States military.
 
Fri
13
Nov

Annual Thanksgiving service Nov. 22

MARTIN COUNTY - Stanton’s annual Thanksgiving service will be at the First United Methodist Church this year on Sunday evening, Nov. 22, starting at 6 pm. Hosting the event will be the Methodist Church’s new pastor, Rev. Charlie Stevens. This service, offered each year, is the major fundraising event for the Martin County Community Fund, as all received at the offering will be to help fund that community fund.
 
Fri
06
Nov

Pullet show here at center Saturday

MARTIN COUNTY - The 2015 version of the annual Martin County Pullet Show will take place Nov. 7 at the Martin County Community Center barn. Weigh-In: 8-9 a.m, followed by the show at 9:30 a.m. The auction of birds will start at 1 pm, and the public is invited.

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Fri
06
Nov

Championship Club meets on Nov. 9

MARTIN COUNTY - A Martin County Championship Club meeting will be at 6:30 pm, Nov. 9 at the Martin County 4-H Building. For any questions or to get on the agenda, contact the Extension office at 756-3316. Anyone in the community interested in working with FFA and 4-H youth and their animal exhibits is invited to attend.

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Fri
06
Nov

Veterans are invited to museum Nov. 10

STANTON - The Martin County Historical Museum will be hosting a Veteran’s Day Reception and Program for all Martin County veterans. It will be Nov. 10 beginning at 5 pm.with the program at 6 pm in the Martin County Community Center.

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Fri
30
Oct

Members of the Buffalo Band flute trio are Kaitlyn Patrick, Jamie Saenz and Ashlyn Mauldin.

LUBBOCK - The Stanton High School, Best Band “Herd” competed in the Area A UIL marching contest at Lowrey Field in Lubbock on Oct. 24. The band had a wonderful performance but did not place high enough to go to finals. “It has been an amazing marching season,” said band Director Stazie Church. “The kids worked very hard and improved at every rehearsal. It’s a great start to the the ultimate band award - the Sweepstakes!”

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Fri
30
Oct

Martin County Sheriff Brad

Martin County Sheriff Brad Ingram accepts an $8000 check from XTO Energy INC. The check was presented by Mark Greenhaw who worked for XTO as their corporate security representative.

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