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Thu
06
Feb

Chamber of Commerce banquet

Martin County Chamber President Jayne Titsworth presents Morgan Cox with the Man of the Year plaque during the annual Martin County Chamber of Commerce Banquet last Thursday evening.
 
Thu
06
Feb

Chamber of Commerce banquet

Extension Leadership Advisory board member Shawna Burch presents Brenda Kendall with the Woman of the Year plaque during the annual Martin County Chamber of Commerce Banquet last Thursday evening.
 
Thu
06
Feb

Chamber of Commerce banquet

Brenda Kendall presented Martin County Judge Corky Blocker with the Outstanding Community Service award during the annual Martin County Chamber of Commerce banquet Thursday evening at the Martin County Community Center in Stanton.
 
Thu
06
Feb

Chamber of Commerce banquet

Stanton High School counselor Dyan Hale presented Levi Bryand with the Stanton male Student of the Year award at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet Thursday.
 
Thu
06
Feb

Chamber of Commerce banquet

Stanton High School counselor Dyan Hale presented Anna Porter with the Stanton female Student of the Year award at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet Thursday.
 
Thu
06
Feb

Stanton plans more discussions at next meeting

STANTON - More discussions are planned at the regular school board meeting next Monday in Stanton, when the possibility of announcing a bond election for May could be closer to reality. A strong of special meetings in recent weeks have been involved in the same goal of renovating or building school facilities at both the high school and elementary campuses.

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Thu
06
Feb

Bond issue up for vote in May; trustees not sure which plan

GRADY - Next Monday’s regular school board meeting could be the one - but even if trustees don’t finalize their plans for renovating current school facilities or building a new school, it’s clear there will be a bond issue in May. Just what will be on that bond is what’s still up in the air. School trustees came closer this week to finalizing construction plans. The meeting last Thursday was the latest in a series of special meetings, many that include discussions with architects from Parkhill Smith and Cooper.

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Fri
31
Jan

Stanton’s Little Buffs displayed their skills and abilities

Stanton’s Little Buffs displayed their skills and abilities during halftime of Stanton’s district game with Coahoma Tuesday night.
 

 

Fri
31
Jan

Interesting ice sculpture

Its not clear just why this pumpjack was covered in water that froze this week making an interesting ice sculpture.
 

 

Fri
31
Jan

Techs largest gift ever should benefit all of West Texas

LUBBOCK - Call it seed money. Texas Tech announced a $19.3 million research contribution from Bayer CropSciences at a news conference this week - dollars that will be used all over the South Plains and West Texas. The contribution, combined with matching funds from the Texas Research Incentive Program, totals $38.6 million - the largest of its kind in the school’s history.
 

 

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