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25
Nov
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Grady to drop down; Stanton staying in Class AAA

Grady will move down into the small school division of six man schools, while Stanton appears to be headed back into the same classification as it has been for the last two years. The UIL released last Thursday its cutoff numbers for all of the state’s athletic districts - football and basketball districts will be decided first, with an announcement coming Feb. 1 for all schools in the state.

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Wed
25
Nov
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Sharyland’s Josh Carson

Sharyland’s Josh Carson adds some holiday cheer to Downtown Stanton electrifying the Christmas decorations.

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Wed
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Nov
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Stephine Tsen

Stephine Tsen, a structural engineer from Austin, inspects the support pillars in the basement at the Martin County Convent during her visit last month.

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Fri
20
Nov
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Midland students presented the colors at Grady’s veterans program.

Midland students presented the colors at Grady’s veterans program.

 

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Fri
20
Nov
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Grady hosts impressive Veterans’ Day ceremonies

MARTIN COUNTY - Grady and Stanton came together Nov. 9, along with area friends and family, to honor 35 of Martin County’s local veterans. The attending veterans represented a wide cross section of American armed services, including the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force, and service ranging from World War II up to present day conflicts.

 

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Fri
20
Nov
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Candidate filings likely to get busy at noon on Dec. 1

MARTIN COUNTY - Dec. 1 will be the day many of Martin County’s incumbent office holders intend to file for any other term in office. Republican Party Chair John Campbell will meet with prospective elected officials Dec. 1 from noon to 2 pm to sign up at least five candidates - all incumbents.

 

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Fri
13
Nov
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Another Jade Helm type of operation coming in 2016

STANTON and MARTIN COUNTY - Although the time frame has not been announced, the United States military has begun preliminary work to return to Martin County and Stanton next year for more training exercises. The plans, of course, are not completely revealed, but the exercises are expected to be very similar to the Jade Helm manouvers that were conducted in numerous West Texas and Central Texas counties last year.
 
Fri
13
Nov
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Holland, Ingram, Napper, Stewart to file for reelection

MARTIN COUNTY - With the first day to file for county and state offices this Saturday, at least four Martin County incumbents have said they intend to seek another term in office. Martin County Sheriff Brad Ingram, who was appointed to fill an unexpired term when former Sheriff John Woodward resigned, said he plans to run for the full four year term.
 
Fri
13
Nov
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Jeremy Louder

Jeremy Louder takes advantage of the nice weather to get some cotton out of the field.
 
Fri
06
Nov
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Big Spring man dies in rollover

MARTIN COUNTY - A wreck a day is about what lawmen are dealing with in Martin County this past week, including a one-car rollover east of Stanton that left a Big Spring man dead. Meanwhile the oilfield thieves struck a couple more times, once at a well site, taking about $15,000 in materials and equipment and another theft midweek when about $5000 in items was ripped off.

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