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Tue
27
Sep

CCCCSD enrollment down, attendance up

 
Superintendent Raul Chavarria presented the latest enrollment numbers and attendance rate during the Sept. 21 CCCCSD School Board Meeting. District total for CCCCSD is 791 students. OES has 422 students. Pre-K has 53, kindergarten is 56, first grade 58, second 63, third 66, fourth 54 and fifth 72.  
 
 
Tue
27
Sep

Ozona Homecoming this week

Ozona Homecoming Events will take place this week. Homecoming Spirit Days are: Today, Sept. 28, - Alphabet Day (dress up like something that starts with the first letter of your name). Thursday, Sept. 29, - America Day Friday, Sept. 30, - Spirit Day  
 
 
Tue
27
Sep

State Representative, District 53

What is your occupation, education and family? I am a corporate attorney who practiced in Dallas, Texas with Akin, Gump, Hauer & Feld, as the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of The Coca-Cola Bottling Group (Southwest), Inc. and in private practice with my husband, Richard R. Ertel. Prior to attending law school, I was a history and government teacher at the secondary and college levels. I grew up in Kerrville and have lived in the Mountain Home area of West Kerr County for seven years. 
 
 
Tue
20
Sep

School board meeting tonight

The CCCCSD School Board will hold their regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. tonight, Sept. 21, in the Administration Office Board Room at 797 Avenue D. The meeting is open to the public. Items on the agenda: • Open forum/public comments • Reports: Transportation, Maintenance, Principals, Athletic Director, Technology, Band, Cafeteria/Food Service, Special and Federal Programs, Superintendent and Financial and Bills - Bills, Board Report, Monthly Investment Report and Student Activity Funds.
 
Tue
20
Sep

Toro Loco Time

Bradley Brittain hangs on for eight seconds during the 10th annual Toro Loco Bull Riding Challenge held Saturday at the Crockett County Rodeo Arena. Brittain tied for third in the event.
 

 

Tue
20
Sep

Care Center Board approves new administrator

By Melissa Perner
 
The Crockett County Care Center, Health and Emergency Services Board approved the hiring of Dewayne Atwood as the new Care Center Administrator at their Sept. 14 regular meeting. Atwood comes to Ozona from Fort Worth. He is originally from Paint Rock. He has worked in Eden, Big Spring, Clarksville, Wichita Falls and Athens, Texas.
 
Tue
13
Sep

Commissioners approve budget, tax rates

By Melissa Perner

 

The Crockett County Commissioners’ Court adopted the 2017 County Budget and 2016 tax rates during their regular meeting on Monday. County tax rates will be raised by 37 percent and will raise taxes on a $100,000 home by approximately $351.89.  

 

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Tue
13
Sep

Ozona Bank honors Joe Bean

JOE BEAN (right) was honored last week with a retirement reception at Ozona Bank. Bean retired from the bank's board of directors after 45 years of service. Also pictured are his wife, Marolyn, and Kelly Barclay, Ozona Bank President and Chief Executive Officer. 

 

 

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Tue
13
Sep

Alpine recovers after high school shooting

By Gail D. Yo vanovich

 

A 14-year-old girl shot and wounded another female student, then turned the gun on herself inside Alpine High School last Thursday. The injured student was taken by private vehicle to Big Bend Regional Medical Center where she was treated and released, and the shooter died at the scene. 

 

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Tue
13
Sep

Lions tear Cranes

By Melissa Perner

 

CRANE – In a game that came down to the last minute, the Ozona Lions grabbed their first win of the season, 24-21, over Crane Friday night. Ozona was down 21- 17 when Senior Tommy Fay scored the winning the touchdown with less than minute in the game.

 

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