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Fri
29
Dec

Julia Cox wins state FFA Creed Speaking

HUNTSVILLE - Coahoma High School freshman Julia Cox won the state FFA Greenhand Creed Speaking competition earlier this month in Huntsville.

Cox, the daughter of Christina and Brad Cox of Coahoma (he’s a Grady High School grad, is a member of the Coahoma FFA, which was competing at Sam Houston State University.

 

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Fri
22
Dec

Getting ready for Christmas

Getting ready for Christmas during the last days of school in Stanton for 2017

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Wed
22
Nov

Grady announces second six weeks honor rolls

GRADY - Grady ISD has released the names of its students qualifying for the second six weeks honor rolls.

A HONOR ROLL

1st Grade

Karen Barrientos, Emily Cagle, Colt Cearley, Sayler Dennis, William Ivy, Raylee O’donnell, Kyler Rivas, Kelton Romine, Charles Sanders, Maddison Smithson, Melanie Tunnell, Brynlee Willhelm and Daniel Woodward.

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Fri
17
Nov

Area students win water conservation district contest

STANTON – The Permian Basin Underground Water Conservation District had its 2017 art calendar contest for 4th & 5th graders recently.

Students were given a presentation by the district’s education coordinator informing them of the importance of water conservation and giving them tips on how they could pitch in to help save water.

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Fri
03
Nov

Martin County Hospital

Martin County Hospital employees gather to accept the recognition this week as t h e November Business of the Month from the Martin County Chamber of Commerce.

 

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Fri
20
Oct

Stewart, Hanson announce fall wedding plans

DALLAS - Jimmy and Virginia Stewart of San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, happily announce the engagement of their daughter, Jacqueline, of Dallas to Samuel Hanson, also of Dallas.

Hanson is the son of Gary and Susan Hanson of Sherman.

 

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Fri
13
Oct

WesTex Telecom is recognized by the Martin County Chamber of Commerce

WesTex Telecom is recognized by the Martin County Chamber of Commerce as the 2017 October Business of the Month for Stanton and Martin County.

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Fri
15
Sep

Air evac crews from Big Spring

It’s become an all too familiar site on area roadways all across the Permain Basin and especially right here in Martin County. But thank the Good Lord the air evac crews from Big Spring are out there and for the work they and the EMT/volunteer firefighters are doing on the ground to save lives - and they are having to save far more here lately.

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Fri
08
Sep

Business of the Month award

Members of the staff and administration at the City of Stanton receive the Business of the Month award from the Martin County Chamber of Commerce, which has started the awards again after a few years off.

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Fri
01
Sep

Craddick earns triple A honors as top lawmaker

MIDLAND - Rep. Tom Craddick of Midland, who represents Martin County has been recognized with the “Legislator of the Year” award by AAA Texas for his work in passing the statewide ban on texting while driving.

“I am extremely flattered by this recognition from AAA Texas,” Craddick said. “My sincere appreciation goes to AAA Texas for this award and for their part in helping to support and pass House Bill 62. There is no doubt in my mind that a statewide ban on texting while driving will help to keep our roadways safer, prevent crashes, and save lives.”

Authored by Rep. Tom Craddick and Sen. Judith Zaffirini, House Bill 62 will go into effect on Friday, September 1, 2017. Drivers will face up to a $99 fine for first time offenses if they use a portable wireless communication device to: read, write, or send an electronic message while operating a motor vehicle unless the vehicle is stopped.

 

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