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Wed
29
Jan
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Food Challenge Teams win first place at San Angelo

Food Challenge Teams win first place at San Angelo

CROCKETT COUNTY 4-H NEWS

The Crockett County 4-H Food Challenge Teams won the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Food Challenge. Each team placed first in their division. The teams are: Minions of Mayhem - Intermediate Nutritious Snack Little Rascals - Junior Fruits and Vegetables Chips and Sass - Junior Main Dish Coach is Dana Criswell. The San Antonio Food Challenge will be Thursday, Feb. 6.

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Wed
08
Jan
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OES, OMS students shine at UIL Acaemic Meet

The Ozona Elementary School and Ozona Middle School Academic Teams competed at the UIL District 7-2A Academic Meet Friday in Eldorado.

OES placed fourth overall as a school.

Second Grade Chess – 1. Ethan Ramon; First Place Team of Ehan Ramon, Jackson Wyatt, Titus Tollett and Ivan Mata.

Second Grade Storytelling – 6. Atli Oglesby

 

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Wed
01
Jan
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‘Here We Come A Caroling’

‘Here We Come A Caroling’
‘Here We Come A Caroling’
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Wed
01
Jan
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Toys for Tots has another successful year

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The Crockett County Veterans 16th Annual Toys for Tots Campaign collected $970.00 in donations in a short amount of time. We had a limited time to do our usual collections because other Activities we had during the weekends. We spent a total of $1,304.81 to purchase toys for all the applications received from 32 families with 126 children.

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Wed
20
Nov
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THE SEWING CLUB CELEBRATED

THE SEWING CLUB CELEBRATED

THE SEWING CLUB CELEBRATED Corinne Gibson’s 99th birthday on Nov. 12 at Close to Our Hearts Country Store.

 

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Wed
20
Nov
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2019 OLPH Fall Festival

2019 OLPH Fall Festival

Our 2019 O.L.P.H. Fall Festival Queen is Carlie Ramos raising a total $13,100!

 

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Wed
06
Nov
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Baggett honored for 20 years of service

Baggett honored for 20 years of service

Jack Baggett Jr., of Ozona, received a 20-year service recognition award at the 79th Annual State Meeting of Soil & Water Conservation District Directors.

This was held in October in San Antonio and was attended by approximately 670 conservation leaders. Baggett is the current vice-chairman of the Crockett County Soil & Water Conservation District #235 (SWCD).

Baggett is a native of Crockett County and has always been tied to the land. He takes an active interest in conserving our natural resources by utilizing sound conservation methods on his family ranch.

 

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Wed
06
Nov
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ASU among fastest-growing colleges

ASU among fastest-growing colleges

Angelo State University ranks among the top five fastest-growing colleges in Texas, according to research recently completed by the American City Business Journal (ACBJ).

As reported by BizJournals.com , ACBJ ranked fouryear colleges by total student enrollment growth between fiscal year 2013 and fiscal year 2018 as reported by the U.S. Department of Education. During that span, ASU’s enrollment grew by 51 percent, from 6,888 students in the fall of 2012 to 10,417 students in the fall of 2018.

That puts ASU third on the list of fastest-growing Texas colleges behind only the University of Texas-Permian Basin (75 percent) and University of Texas at Tyler (52 percent). The remainder of the top five includes Parker University in Dallas (46 percent) and University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (44 percent).

 

Wed
21
Aug
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Business of the Month: Crockett Taxidermy and Processing

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS

Crockett Taxidermy and Processing is a family owned business.

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Wed
07
Aug
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Back-to-School Bash 2019

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