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Jul

Local music artist looks to climb the hip hot charts

ODESSA - Johnny Salgado, formerly of Stanton, is looking to hit the big time with his music.

Salgado, whose industry name is Mr. Sicccness, started recording his hopeful hits from his house in Stanton before moving to Odessa eight months ago.

He currently sells his songs with digital distributors like itunes and spotify and has been selling his music internationally to Japan, Australia, England, Canada, Mexico as well as here in the United States of America.

 

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Fri
14
Jul

Tarzan’s Delani Wood competing at youth rodeo finals

SHAWNEE, OKLA - Delani Wood of Tarzan is putting on a competitive showing during this week’s International Finals Youth Rodeo at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, OK.

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Fri
14
Jul

Wells, Hale take top awards at county fair

STANTON - The Old Fashion County Fair, hosted by the Martin County AgriLife Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Committee, was considered by many a huge success.

The fair drew over 60 entries with 34 in the youth division and 33 adult entries.

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Fri
30
Jun

THE KOONCE FAMILY

The family originated in the Palatine region of the Rhine River near present day Heidelberg, Germany. The inhabitants were subjected to being pressed into service in the various wars between warring princes. They were also victims of the wars waged by the French and Spanish. The religion of the ruling prince was the required religion of the masses. At times the religion was Catholic, at other times, Protestant.

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Fri
23
Jun

Former Stanton star heading to Stillwater

STANTON - Stanton grad Latriceia Smith signs her letter of intent to attend Oklahoma State, June 21 at Stanton High School.

Stanton grad Latriceia Smith attended South Plains College with a purpose.

Smith went to SPC with the intentions of earning a track and field scholarship to a Division I program.

That dream was realized Wednesday when Smith signed with Oklahoma State during a ceremony at Stanton High School.

 

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Fri
23
Jun

Old Fashioned County Fair added to Old Settlers activities

MARTIN COUNTY - Dig out your crafts, make a flower arrangement, take a photo, bake something, make something and frame some art, the Old Fashioned County Fair is coming to Martin County with the Old Settlers Reunion, July 8.

Entries will be accepted on Friday, July 7, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. Items and awards will be displayed at the Martin County Community Center Barn on Saturday, July 8.

General rules, divisions, and categories are below. Contact the Martin County AgriLife Extension Office at amy.baugh@ag.tamu.edu for more information.

 

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Fri
02
Jun

Stanton Girl Scout Troop 125

On May 17, Stanton Girl Scout Troop 125 had its Court of Awards Ceremony that also included four Daisies bridging to Brownies, one Brownie flying up to Juniors and one Junior bridging to Cadettes. Back row from left to right: Leader Lane Springer, Capri Ramirez, Brooklyn Brown, Aleera Ketchum, Bailey Brown and Assistant Leader Shawna Burch. 3rd row: Lanie Burch, Ryleigh Ramirez, Adalyn Gonzalez, Hadley Hull and Isabella Hernandez. 2nd row: Carlie Cezares, Mackenzie Estrada, Malina Ramos, Kaitlyn Thigpen, Kyra Ketchum and Hailey Thigpen Front row: Addison Chandler, Kaylee Ritchie, Hannah Rayos, Madyson Cezares, Mila Ybarra, Carlie Melton, Khoral Moreno and Brynn Burch.

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Fri
02
Jun

Martin County committee members sought by FSA

MARTIN COUNTY - The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced today that the nomination period for local Farm Service Agency county committees begins June 15.

“County committees allow farmers and ranchers to make important decisions about how federal farm programs are administered locally to best serve their needs,” said Acting FSA Administrator Chris Beyerhelm

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Fri
19
May

Eric Coronado slices a brisket

Eric Coronado slices a brisket as he prepares for last Monday night’s Martin County Chamber of Commerce mixer. Ej’s Cotton Pickin Dive hosted the mixer complete with a three entrée choice of dinner, a fruit cheese and meat table which included a rose carved watermelon, and a large dessert bar.

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Fri
12
May

Permian Basin Underground Water Conservation District

The Permian Basin Underground Water Conservation District hosted its 2017 Rainwater Harvesting Workshop this week. Those in attendance enjoyed learning about different turf grasses for this region. They learned about site preparation, proper installment, fertilizing, watering and grow-in management of these grasses from guest speaker and horticulturist Jeff Floyd with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

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