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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.

 

Fri
16
Mar

Wheeler Motor Company Inc.

The Martin County Chamber of Commerce honored the March 2018 Business of the Month: Wheeler Motor Company Inc.

 

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Fri
09
Mar

Experiment of Color

Stanton fourth grader Peyton Moore placed third in Behavorial/ Social Science with his experiment of Color vs. Taste and fifth grader Aiden Louder finished second in Earth Science with his experiment of Fish are “knot” Fans of Knots at the Permian Basin Science & Engineering Fair at UTPB on Mar. 3.

 

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Fri
02
Mar

Blocker, Snellgrove plan May wedding

LUBBOCK - Koy and Tammy Blocker of Lenorah announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristen Shanae to Drew Lewis Snellgrove, son of Brian and Julie Snellgrove of Stanton.

Bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Joann Peugh and the late JE Peugh and Charles “Corky” and Sara Blocker all of Stanton.

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Fri
23
Feb

29th Annual Soup Cook-Off Winners

Best tasting soup ( judges): Terry Deatherage White Chicken Chili

Most Votes Second Place Tere Garlington Bumble Bee Soup

Most Votes Third Place Rosie McCuin Just Plain Chili

 

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Fri
23
Feb

On Feb. 16, Pioneer Natural Resources delivered a check for almost $8780 to Grady schools

On Feb. 16, Pioneer Natural Resources delivered a check for almost $8780 to Grady schools. Grady Teacher Jenny Sims and a group of students received the funds to start the Pioneer Natural Resources Guided Reading Library. In January, books were received to begin a reading program designed to improve proficiency through the second grade. This partnership will continue since Pioneer has a goal to complete the project eventually through the sixth grade. Shown are are Pioneer employees Barry Portman, Albert Garza, Kenneth Garza, Johnny Levario, Danny Hernandez and David McCain; Grady students Colt Titsworth,Kaelyn Titsworth, Ciara Greenfield, Draven Schoberg, Matthew Snider, Austin Snider, Noah Garza, Nichole Garza, Delaney Saunders, Dalton Saunders, Hannah Cox, Aaron Cox and Tatum North.

 

Fri
16
Feb

Grady fourth sixth weeks honor rolls announced

GRADY - Grady ISD has released the names of its students whose grades qualified for the fourth six weeks honor rolls.

Grady A Honor Roll 1st Grade

Karen Barrientos, Emily Cagle, Colt Cearley, Sayler Dennis, William Ivy, Raylee O’donnell, Kyler Rivas, Kelton Romine, Melanie Tunnell, Brynlee Willhelm, Daniel Woodward

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Fri
26
Jan

Local performer finds new niche in theater

MIDLAND - Chris Carroll has been performing in front of audiences for a large part of his life, from the sanctuary of First Baptist Chuirch of Stanton to Arlington, Oklahoma and numerous local venues. Nothing has changed.

While growing up in Stanton, his favorite thing in the world was music.

 

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Fri
26
Jan

Blalock wins essay contest

GRADY - The Mustang Soil and Water Conservation District recently announced Grady fifth grader Hayden Blaylock as 2017-2018 Conservation Essay Contest winner.

Grady’s English and science teachers, Savannah Tunnell and Latricia Short, assisted their classes in research and how to write the essays.

 

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Fri
29
Dec

Julia Cox wins state FFA Creed Speaking

HUNTSVILLE - Coahoma High School freshman Julia Cox won the state FFA Greenhand Creed Speaking competition earlier this month in Huntsville.

Cox, the daughter of Christina and Brad Cox of Coahoma (he’s a Grady High School grad, is a member of the Coahoma FFA, which was competing at Sam Houston State University.

 

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