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Fri
01
Jun

Graduation

One of the largest classes in Stanton High School history celebrate their graduation last Friday night. The class had 67 graduating seniors - as school numbers continue to grow here and throughout the Permian Basin.

 

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Fri
01
Jun

Distracted driver

Texting while he went down the highway, a distracted driver on FM 1208 was on the wrong side of the road May 22 causing this one-vehicle rollover and running other vehicles off the road. Injuries were negligible.

 

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Fri
01
Jun

Volunteer

A young volunteer gets directions on where to place Memorial Day flags at Evergreen Cemetery here last weekend.

 

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Fri
18
May

Serving Stanton, Lenorah, Tarzan and all of Martin County

Members of the Stanton FFA show off some of their awards from this year at the annual banquet last week. Pictured are (top row) Jaliegh Ivy, Madey Baker, Jacklyn Graham, Erin Yates, JoBeth Myrick, Sidney Flores and Ainslee Dunn, and sitting, Logan Daly, Andy Simpson ,Rankin Kiker and Ethan Quaid.

 

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Fri
18
May

This time she says she’s done . . .

STANTON - After over four decades - 41 years to be exact - in education, Wilma Stirl is retiring - this time for real!

For 35 years Coach Stirl, as she is known by her many students and friends, has taught math at Stanton High School and sponsored numerous activities, most notably the student council and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

 

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Fri
18
May

Cambodian native from Stanton completes her dream of becoming an American citizen

STANTON - After all the interviews, the testing and the late nights studying, a dream came true for Malinda Kol of Stanton, who went to Las Colinas late last month and completed her quest to become an American citizen.

The Cambodian native and mom of two sons has been working towards her citizenship ever since coming to America in 2009.

She and husband Lyna lived in Georgia before moving to Texas.

 

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Wed
16
May

Grady’s UIL journalism team

Grady’s UIL journalism team of sophomore Cristina Dyck, and seniors Dominic Gibson and Makenzie Merritt won the Class A state championship last Friday in Austin. Merritt won the gold medal and state title in editorial writing and Gibson placed second at state in news writing for the silver medal.

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Wed
16
May

Stanton second grade

Stanton second grade Teacher Debbie Porter will be heading to M.D. Anderson in Houston to continue medical treatments and her fellow second grade Teachers Jamie Mitchell, Stacy Schwartz and Lesley Baker joined with her students and all those at Stanton Elementary to raise $2000 to help with her medical expenses.

 

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Fri
11
May

Grady’s UIL

Grady’s UIL journalism team of sophomore Cristina Dyck, and seniors Dominic Gibson and Makenzie Merritt won the Class A state championship last Friday in Austin. Merritt won the gold medal and state title in editorial writing and Gibson placed second at state in news writing for the silver medal.

 

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Fri
11
May

Stanton second grade Teacher

Stanton second grade Teacher Debbie Porter will be heading to M.D. Anderson in Houston to continue medical treatments and her fellow second grade Teachers Jamie Mitchell, Stacy Schwartz and Lesley Baker joined with her students and all those at Stanton Elementary to raise $2000 to help with her medical expenses

 

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