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Tue
19
May

Gutierrez, Marshall lead the Class of 2015

Bryce Matthias Gutierrez has been named the Valedictorian for the Ozona High School Class of 2015. Gutierrez finishes with a 103.6458 grade point average. The Salutatorian is Jadie Louise Marshall with a 101.7457 GPA.
These two will lead their classmates at the commencement exercises beginning at 8 p.m. on May 29 at Lion Stadium.
 
Tue
19
May

Outstanding Musicians

OZONA BANDS held their Spring Concert and awards banquet on May 12 at the Crockett County Convention Center. OHS Band Director Chans Moellendorf (center) presented Jadie Marshall (left) with the Arion Foundation
Award and Kristen Hernandez (next to Moellendorf) and Gabby Martinez with the John Philip Sousa Award. More photos and awards
 
Tue
12
May

Ribbon cutting for Venegas Construction

Family, County Judge Deaton, Commissioners, Chamber Board of Directors and President, and Chamber Ambassadors, met for a Ribbon Cutting event hosted by the Ozona Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center, on Thursday, May 7, at Venegas Construction, LLC.
 

 

Tue
12
May

Fort Lancaster Frontier Day Friday

Texas –– Fort Lancaster State Historic Site is hosting its annual Western Frontier Days on Friday, May 15, from 9 a.m.–5 p.m., and admission is free to the public. “The story of Fort Lancaster will come alive with soldiers, pioneers, a chuck wagon, and live animals. Visitors can meet the pioneers and soldiers and hear their stories of life on the Texas frontier,” said Jefferson Spilman, site manager for Fort Lancaster.
 

 

Tue
12
May

Academic Achievers

OHS TOP GRADUATES: Jadie Marshall, salutatorian, and Bryce Gutierrez, valedictorian, of the Class of 2015 were honored at the OHS Academic Banquet Monday night.
 

 

Tue
12
May

Wellness center one step closer to bond election

The Crockett County Wellness Center is one step closer to a bond election. At Monday’s regular meeting, Shirley Kirby presented the commissioners’ court with a petition containing 627 signatures. The petition calls for a $4 million bond in November for a wellness center.
 

 

Tue
05
May

DERBY HAT DAY

The ladies of the courthouse annex donned their Kentucky Derby hats on Friday. Ana Knaack won prettiest hat, Sarah Stewart won tackiest, Petra Hernandez and Angelina Ramos both won most outrageous and Teresa Yeager won most decorated.
 

 

Tue
05
May

Sheriff's office not hiring deputy with troubled history

A former Rising Star police officer, with a troubled history in law enforcement, told the Abilene Reporter- News last week that he has a job with the Crockett County Sheriff’s Office. Rising Star police officer Bryan Pfluger gave notice two weeks ago after he allegedly violated a couple’s Fourth Amendment rights and committed other policy violations, according to documents obtained by the Reporter-News through open records requests.
 

 

Tue
28
Apr

First Baptist Church welcomes new youth minister

BY MELISSA PERNER
THE OZONA STOCKMAN When he was just a teen, Jonathan Martin received a call from God to serve in ministry. Now 26, Martin is the new Youth Minister at the First Baptist Church of Ozona. While God gave him a call to ministry in seventh grade, Martin had a different plan when he graduated from Stephenville High School in 2008. “I wanted to be a high school football coach and play college football,” he said. An injury led Martin onto a different path.

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Tue
28
Apr

OHS Band Students perform at ASU

OHS BAND STUDENTS performed with the Angelo State University Wind Ensemble in their Spring Finale Concert on April 20. More than 100 high school students from the West Texas Region participated in the event. Pictured are: (left to right) Jadie Marshall, Trystian Galindo, Gabby Martinez, Kristen Hernandez and Jeremy Munoz. 

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