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Rainwater harvesting workshop here May 4

STANTON - The community is invited to join the Permian Basin Underground Water District for their 2017 Rainwater Harvesting Workshop 5:30 to 7 pm, May 4.

The presentation will take place at the PBUWCD office at 708 W. St. Peter Street in Stanton and is free to the public.

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28
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Serving Stanton, Lenorah, Tarzan and all of Martin County

A new roof is finally going up at the Convent in Stanton

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Fri
28
Apr

The Stanton High School One Act Play

The Stanton High School One Act Play had its last performance of the year this past Sunday when a canned food drive was offered in conjuction with the play and both were deemed a success!

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Fri
28
Apr

End of an era for Martin County EMS volunteers

STANTON - Martin County Volunteer Emergency Medical Service celebrated the end of an era Tuesday night in Stanton at the Martin County Community Center.

Over 20 of the volunteers associated with the EMS volunteers from Martin County over the years met to enjoy a catered meal and to reminisce.

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Fri
21
Apr

The Stanton High School Best Band

The Stanton High School Best Band “Herd,” under the direction of Stazie Church and Jennifer Condon, earned its sixth consecutive Sweepstakes award at Concert and Sight Reading contest in Crane Wednesday. The band earned a Division ONE rating in marching, concert and sight reading.

 

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Fri
21
Apr

Montez named city manager

STANTON - City councilmen moved swiftly this week, naming longtime city employee Jessie Montez the new Stanton City Manager Tuesday night

Montez, who has over 14 years experience with the city, took over immediately. He’s get some help for the short term from former City Manager and current Councilman Danny Fryar who has agreed to help with the transition.

Last week, Michael Adams resigned after a lengthy executive session in council quarters.

 

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Fri
21
Apr

Dominic dominates again - headed back to state

SAN ANGELO - Grady junior Dominic Gibson, the reigning Class A state singles tennis champion, breezed through the Region II championships this week and is headed back to the state meet.

The defending 2016 state champion won the 2017 Region II Boys Singles Tennis crown played at Bentwood Country Club Tuesday and Wednesday.

In the first round he beat Elvis Tarango of Valentine 6-0,6-0, then defeated Riley Lewis of Borden County 6-1, 6-0.

 

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Fri
14
Apr

Tong thrashing gets woman trip to county jail

MARTIN COUNTY - It must have been something he said. Or maybe, something he didn’t say. Either way, he was in big trouble in a hurry this past week over in Chickenfighterville - that part of Martin County that unfortunately for sheriff’s deputies is too close to Midland and too far from Stanton.

The upshot of the battle in the kitchen was the arrest of Ginger Parum, a 35-year-old woman who used kitchen tongs to thrash the man in her life - using the utensil so well that officers decided she needed a little down time in the Martin County Jail. Parum has since bonded out on domestic abuse charges and is back in Chickenfighterville awaiting the bell for the next round.

 

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14
Apr

Martin County will send four scholars

Martin County will send four scholars to the UIL State Academic Meet in Austin after regional victories. For Class A Grady, freshmen Cristina Dyck was the regional silver medalist in editorial writing and Haydn Burge was bronze medalist in prose interpretation.

To the right are Class AAA Stanton junior Alexis Silva who was fourth in headline writing and senior Colby Gordon, second in informative speaking

 

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14
Apr

Stanton bakery finds a sweet spot at the ballpark

STANTON – When life gives you lemons . . . you make, well what, cupcakes? Stanton’s Domingo and Vanessa Silva had fallen on hard times a year or so ago when he was let go from his longtime job. With the only income for the Silva household now Vanessa’s at-home baking business, the couple knew it was time to do something drastic and change their family’s future, hopefully for the better.

The two set out to make Vanessa’s dream of owning her own bakery come true, and after the Martin County Economic Development Committee saw promise in her ideas, the two set off renovating an old downtown Stanton barber shop into an upscale bakery

 

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