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Jun

Pick another route: 349’s getting ready to get stupid again

MARTIN COUNTY - Residents from Martin County who use Highway 349 to get into Midland for work or business can expect some major delays in coming weeks.

A project to rebuild a little more than three miles of Highway 349 in Midland County is expected to start this Sunday.

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Fri
26
May

Tolliver RV Sales and Service Center

Work is moving along quickly on the new Tolliver RV Sales and Service Center on the interstate just east of the Martin County Hospital

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Fri
26
May

Stanton will graduate 54 Friday; 12 walked Grady stage Saturday

MARTIN COUNTY - A totalof 66 Martin County students are scheduled to receive their high school diplomas following the end of their respective shool years.

At Stanton High School, 54 students comprise the Class of 2017, which will walk across the stage Friday evening at ceremonies scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.

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Fri
26
May

Adams says he won’t roll over in fight with city

STANTON - Former Stanton City Manager Mike Adams said Thursday “it’s not over.”

Adams was referring to a letter his attorney sent to the city demanding it rescind an order the city issued banning Adams from going to Stanton City Hall.

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Fri
26
May

Vacation Bible School just weeks from now

STANTON - Dust off the telescope and discover the incredible mysteries of the final frontier - right from the backyard!

Join The First Baptist Church of Stanton for five days of searching the visible to discover the visible at Galactic Starveyors.

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Fri
19
May

Field Day

Stanton first grade Teacher Katie Fulton cheers on her tug-of-war gang during elementary Field Day this week, as school begins to wind down for the summer.

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Fri
19
May

Stanton FFA has two new district officers

STANTON - A pair of Stanton FFA members have been elected to district office and two students have won at both the district and area levels and are headed for the state FFA competition.

The new district officers from Stanton are Rankin Kiker who will serve as district treasurer and the other is Jaleigh Ivy who was elected district reporter.

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Fri
19
May

Escapade in an Escalade a close call for pair of Big Spring teenage girls

MARTIN COUNTY - Two 15-year-old girls - neither of whom is interested in being valedictorian or salutatorian of their Big Spring High School graduating class - are lucky to still be on the planet after the stunt they pulled Wednesday evening.

The girls decided to swipe a Cadillac Escalade from one of their mothers and take a little joy ride in Big Spring. That created a frenzy in law enforcement circles, with Howard County lawmen putting all sorts of tails on the Caddy.

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Fri
19
May

Former city manager demands city rescind no trespass order

STANTON - Members of the Stanton City Council have until next week to decide how to respond to a demand by former Stanton City Manager Mike Adams, who this week sent a letter through his attorney to the city’s mayor and chief of police.

Adams, who resigned after a lengthy and apparently contentious closed session Apr. 10, sent the letter from a Big Spring attorney demanding the city rescind a no trespassing order imposed on the former city manager by the city council.

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Fri
12
May

Stanton Elementary kids got a little break

Stanton Elementary kids got a little break from that school stuff with a hike to downtown Stanton for some ice cream. They had a ball, filling up the benches in front of stores all down the main drag and enjoying the spring’s morning sun.

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