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27
Apr

After a quarter century, “backbone” of hospital board is stepping down

MARTIN COUNTY - After a quarter century during some of the most pivotal times in the history of the Martin County Hospital, Jerry Cox is stepping down from his role as the leader of the Martin County Hospital Board. Martin County commissioners named three board members to two-year terms on the hospital board Tuesday and for the first time in many years, Cox is not one of them. “He’s been the backbone of this board and this hospital for many years.

Clearly we are grateful for all the work he’s done and for his loyalty to this hospital,” said MCH Administrator Rance Ramsey. Cox’s tenure began under the late MCH Administrator Dan Griffis who died in a vehicle wreck when the hospital was still on St. Peter in the old, dilapitating facilities.

 

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Fri
27
Apr

Gibson wins region yet again, signs with Holy Cross

JSAN ANGELO – Grady High School had another successful Region II tennis tournament at Bentwood Country Club in San Angelo on Apr. 18 and 19. The biggest name in the tournament, Grady’s Dominic Gibson, was looking for his fourth straight Regional Title and he did not disappoint winning all four matches in perfect fashion by not losing a single game. In his four year career at regional tournaments, Gibson never lost a set.

 

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Fri
20
Apr

Martin County sends five to state UIL academic contests

MARTIN COUNTY - Five Martin County scholars have advanced to the state UIL academic meet May 4-5 in Austin on the strength of their victories at the regional level this last week.

Alexis Silva and Kayli Inman of Stanton High School have advanced in Class AAA and now go for the big medals in Austin.

 

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Fri
20
Apr

Trade Days

Another Old Soreheads Trade Days drew big crowds Saturday and Sunday as folks packed the streets of downtown Stanton both days. Good weather certainly didn’t hurt - the next trade days, in the heat of summer

 

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Fri
20
Apr

Big trucks

If they’re not running into one another, they are catching fire and buring to the ground. Big trucks, like this one earlier this week, continue to keep volunteer firefighters from Stanton and Lenorah on their toes, as well as local law enforcement and the EMS.

 

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Fri
13
Apr

Coaches want parents to join them for burgers, talk about future of Buffs

STANTON – The Stanton coaching department will be hosting a hamburger supper on Apr. 19 and is requesting all junior high and high school parents attend.

The coaching staff will be talking about camps, team camps, summer workout programs, expectations and how parents and the community need to be “all in” for the future of the Stanton Buffalo program and the kids.

New Athletic Director and football Coach Jerry Burkhart said he and coaches are looking forward to meeting parents and urged all families to attend.

 

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Fri
13
Apr

A busload of smarty-pants kids

A busload of smarty-pants kids . . . Gradywill send almost two dozen high school students to the Region II, Class A academic meet this weekend in San Angelo. The students were all winners at the district level and if they win this week, will go to state next.

 

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Fri
13
Apr

The Stanton Buffaloes

The Stanton Buffaloes got to play host to the district track meet last week. Complete results and a list of athletes headed to the area meet can be found on page seven. The area meet is Apr. 18 in Jim Ned, with the top placings there to go to Abilene for regionals.

 

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Fri
13
Apr

Stanton High School

Stanton High School has six students headed to the regional academic UIL meet this Friday and Saturday at Abilene Christian University.

Pictured, front row, L to R - Alexis Silva, going in Headline Writing; Kayli Inman, Prose Interpretation. Back row, L to R - Gabrielle Vanderveen, Lincoln Douglas Debate; Sebastian DeLeon, Headline Writing; Chandler Denson, Poetry Interpretation (alternate); Ethan Quaid, Prose Interpretation.

 

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Fri
06
Apr

Houston-based outfit planning facility here to offer 20 to 30 jobs on Hwy. 137 south

STANTON - A Houstonbased outfit has announced plans to build a new facility just south of Stanton that will employ 20 to 30 fulltime employees.

Milestone Environmental Services has two facilities in the Permian Basin, one between Midland and Rankin and another near Pecos.

 

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