Lifestyle

Fri
23
Oct

Lenorah Volunteer

Lenorah Volunteer Fire Department chief Bryan Creech accepted a check from an XTO representative for $5,000 recently. The money will go to new equipment and the improvement of old equipment.

 

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Thu
15
Oct

Stanton receives division one rating

SAN ANGELO - The Stanton High School “Best Band Herd” traveled to San Angelo on Oct. 10, 2015, to perform in the Concho Classic Marching Festival at San Angelo stadium.
 
Thu
15
Oct

Carr receives outstanding achievement award

AUSTIN - David Carr, superintendent of Stanton ISD, recently was honored at the Texas Association of School Administrators/Texas Association of School Boards annual convention in Austin. Carr, recognized as the regional winner representing Region 18, is pictured receiving his award with the state selection vice-chair Pam Remmers. She is a local trustee in Nordheim ISD and has served on the TASB Board of Directors.
 
Thu
08
Oct

Raytheon awards scholarships to Grady Junior High student and teacher

LENORAH - On Sep. 23, 2015, Raytheon Company in Waltham, MA awarded Grady Junior High student Cooper Sims, son of Jason and Jenny Sims, a $1,000 scholarship to be used for a math camp or the first year of college. Grady ISD math teacher Mary Ann Cox received a $1,000 matching grant from the company in support of math education initiatives. The Raytheon Company requests that funds are to be used to motivate students to study math.
 
Fri
02
Oct

Cheerleaders

The Stanton Middle School cheerleaders for the 2015-2016 school year are Madison Flores, Sydney Harris, Ami Baeza, Jessica Holguin, Victoria Alvizo and Nayelie Villa. The squad will be cheering during the schools junior high football games on Thursday nights. This years cheer sponsor is Nanci Saenz. 
 
Fri
25
Sep

The Power Team

The Power Team, a strength team that works with schools and other organizations to promote Anti-Bullying, visited Stanton Elementary School on September 11. The group dazzled students with feats of brute strength and presented a positive way to deal with the struggles that students face.
 
Fri
25
Sep

Local Girl Scout seeking Gold

STANTON - A lifelong endeavor for one local Girl Scout has reached its peak as her project could earn her the highest accolade any Girl Scout can receive, the Gold Award. Shelby McDaniel started Girl Scouts when she was five years old. Now 11 years later she has succeeded in accomplishing what many girls only dream about, the Gold Award with project titled, “A Picture is Worth More than Words.”
 
Fri
18
Sep

Kennady student leader at Austin College

SHERMAN - Jack Kennady, a graduate of Grady High School and son of John Kennady and Patricia Jackson, is participating in a special interest course titled Environmental Impacts of Consumerism at Austin College. He is one of a few select upper-class students chosen to assist students in their challenging time of transition from high school to college life.
 
Fri
18
Sep

Past Permian Panther urges big time star athletes to earn their education

WEST TEXAS – A tragic character immortalized in “Friday Nights Lights,” the famous book about high school football, warns young athletes  including his own son  to avoid the trap that he says ruined his chances for a successful life.
 
Fri
11
Sep

Martin County 4-H students to compete in diabetes benefit

STANTON - Martin County 4-H is participating in this year’s D6 One Day 4-H Event. Help by going and registering for the event below. The D6 4-H Council officer team would like to invite everyone in the D6 4-H Youth Development Program, youth and adults, to participate in this year’s D6 ONE DAY 4-H EVENT benefiting the American Diabetes Association.
 

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