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Chandler is one of two new providers joining hospital; Teveni leaving

STANTON - Stanton native Megan Chandler is one of two new primary care providers who will be joining Martin County Hospital’s Rural Health Clinic to help fill the void created by Dr. Pablo Teveni’s decision to leave Martin County.

The longtime Stanton doctor will be leaving at the end of April and the current clinic space will be the new home of two talented healthcare providers, Chandler fulfilling the role of family nurse practitioner.

She has been in Big Spring at Scenic Mountain Medical Center for several years and has agreed to join the MCH team later this spring.

 

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Grady sending 16 of 31 competitors to regionals

GRADY - The Grady Wildcats had an outstanding showing at their District UIL Literary Meet last week and will be sending 16 of the 31 district competitors on to regionals later in April. Four more students are alternates to regionals.

The top placings in each event advance to the Region II championships in San Angelo Apr. 13-14.

 

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Zacharias joins city police department as newest officer

STANTON - Angelo State University graduate Gloriana Zacharias is the newest addition to the City of Stanton Police Department, having been sworn in recently by POlice Chief Fred Shroyer.

Zacharias is a native of Carmargo, Mexico, and became a citizen of the US in 2010.

She is a graduate of Denver City High School and received her associates degree in paralegal studies from Midland College before going on toe ASU where she double majored in psychology and criminal justice.

 

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Mar

Shelby McDaniel of Stanton

Shelby McDaniel of Stanton, right, won the Martin County Rabbit show, while Daniel Wickler, left, showed the reserve champion. Both are Stanton students.

 

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30
Mar

San Antonio Livestock Show

Stanton’s Maddie Baker had a pretty strong run this spring, showing the Reserve Champion Duroc at the huge San Antonio Livestock Show, pictured above with her parents and breeder Will Winters and family of Idalou. At the right is Baker with her Duroc barrow that won the Austin Star of Texas show at the end of the show season.

 

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Fri
23
Mar

Regional UIL academic meet

Stanton’s Ethan Quaid, Alexis Silva, Gabbi Vanderveen, Kayli Inman and Sebastian DeLeon have qualified for the regional UIL academic meet in Abilene in April on the strength of their victories at the district UIL meet.

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Fri
23
Mar

Five Stanton students head for regionals in academics

STANTON - Five Stanton students have advanced to the Region II Class AAA academic meet in Abilene Apr. 13-14.

Alexis Silva won the district headline writing competition and Sebastian DeLeon was third, both qualifying for Abilene.

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Fri
23
Mar

Greenwood volunteer likes fires a little too much - busted for a string of area arsons

GREENWOOD - A Greenwood volunteer firefighter was being held Wednesday and faces felony charges related to arson.

Alan Alton Self, 24, admitted to starting multiple fires, according to a press release from the Midland County Sheriff’s Office. Bond has not been set.

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Fri
16
Mar

Water conservation district changes rules for wells deeper than 500 feet

STANTON - In response to changes in the types of wells and their depths being drilled in the area, the Permian Basin Underground Water Conservation District has adopted a policy requiring a Cementing Completion Report on every water well drilled deeper than 500 feet in order to protect the health and welfare of the citizens of the district and protect the aquifers.

The policy, which was adopted at a board meeting Feb. 8, states “As Dockum Group (Santa Rosa) wells become more common in the PBUWCD the district must carefully protect the water quality and quantity of each aquifer penetrated.

 

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Mar

Stanton native is the opening act for yet another big name star

MIDLAND - Rory Payne, a 2000 graduate of Stanton High School, will be the opening act for Texas music legend Robert Earl Keen on Mar. 23 at the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center.

Keen has become a legend of Texas in the outlaw country style with ties that go deep in the state: He was born in Houston, educated in College Station, is now based in the Hill Country, and has traveled to every corner of Texas and the world in his 30- year career.

 

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