Tuesday, June 20, 2017
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A one-of-a-kind science museum-on-wheels visited Ozona last week. The Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering's Trailblazer II Trailer stopped on June 14 at the Crockett County Public Library. The trailer featured handson exhibits teaching students about energy, space, weather,... + continue reading
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BY MELISSA PERNER The Crockett County Museum once again is showcasing local brides during their wedding exhibit. The Crockett County Museum Wedding Exhibit is an unique and interesting display of brides dresses and memorabilia ranging from the early 1900s to present day. "It is... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
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Kamryn Lozano and Rachel Mendoza have been named to the 2017 All-West Texas Softball Team by the San Angelo Standard-Times. Lozano was named Pitcher of the Year. The Lady Lions senior was the District 5-2A Utility Player of the Year and she helped Ozona tie Mason for the district title.... + continue reading
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ALL THREE OZONA YOUTH BASEBALL ALL STAR TEAMS took home championship rings from the Ozona Youth Baseball Tournament on June 17. Top photo: 9U All Stars; middle photo: 12U All Stars and third photo: 14U All Stars. In the 9U All Stars Jacoby Ramos got the Gold Glove and Christian Villarreal was the... + continue reading
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The Crockett County Public Library's Summer Reading Program continued last week with a presentation by Sandy Whittley and her dolls. Whittley gave two programs on June 15. The first was for children and then she spoke at a luncheon. Library Director Susan Williams said she has already... + continue reading

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06/20/2017
BY MELISSA PERNER The Crockett County CCSD School Board got their first glance at the new budget during a special meeting and budget workshop Monday night. CCCCSD stands to lose around $2 million in Additional State Aid for Tax Reduction, or ASATR, if nothing is done in the upcoming State... + continue reading
06/20/2017
By HEATHER MASSEY Summer camp can be an exciting time in a kid’s life when memories and friendships made last a lifetime. Whether it’s a day camp, sports camp at a local university or a private overnight camp in the mountains, Better Business Bureau serving the Heart of Texas... + continue reading

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BY SHANON BIGGERSTAFF County officials, Chamber Board of Directors, staff, ambassadors and locals all gathered at a Ribbon Cutting ceremony held Friday, June 16, to welcome ChicaDee’s Fish ‘N’ Chicken restaurant to the community, and as a new members of the Chamber of Commerce... + continue reading
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By MELISSA HAGINS The Texas Pecos Trail Region met in Ozona for their May Partner's event and Board Meeting. We had a great turnout from local guests, Board Members and out of town guests. We toured the Crockett County Museum then had a welcome from County Judge Fred Deaton.... + continue reading
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BY EMMA PLATOFF Gov. Greg Abbott on June 6 signed into law a bill that creates a statewide ban on texting while driving. The measure, authored by state Rep. Tom Craddick, R-Midland, goes into effect Sept. 1. This is the fourth session in a row Craddick has tried to pass such a ban. “... + continue reading

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Kamryn Lozano and Rachel Mendoza have been named to the 2017 All-West Texas Softball Team by the San Angelo Standard-Times. Lozano was named Pitcher of the Year. The Lady Lions senior was the... + continue reading

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By HEATHER MASSEY Summer camp can be an exciting time in a kid’s life when memories and friendships made last a lifetime. Whether it’s a day camp, sports camp at a local university or... + continue reading

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The Crockett County Public Library's Summer Reading Program continued last week with a presentation by Sandy Whittley and her dolls. Whittley gave two programs on June 15. The first was for... + continue reading