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22
May
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It’s a boy

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Raelee Borrego and Dario Rodriguez Jr. would like to announce the birth of their son, Santiago Roberto Rodriguez.

Santiago was born Friday, May 3, 2019 at Shannon Medical Center in San Angelo, Texas, at 8:07 a.m. He weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces and was 21.5 inches long.

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Wed
15
May
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY

May 15 – Juan I. Mendez, Jesus Esparza, Libby Moore, Blair Chandler, Rylee Ramos, Alejandra Camarillo, Melony Moran, Marge Smith and Nikki Harrison.

May 16 – Elva Oritz, Kobe Rodriquez, Alicia Borrego, Stephanie Galindo, Martha Flores, Lori De Hoyos and Vanessa Guadarrama

May 17 – Vicki Childress, Vickie Villarreal, Senovio Oritz, Heather Thompson and Freddy Fierro

 

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Wed
15
May
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Marshall qualifies for State 4-H Roundup

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CROCKETT COUNTY 4-H NEWS

Jenna Marshall won the District 6 Mohair Judging Contest Friday, May 10, in San Angelo. She is qualified to compete at the State 4-H Roundup held in June in College Station, Texas. Two teams from Crockett County also competed in the District 6 Wool Judging Contest Friday. The Junior Team of Wyatt Bean, Michael Preddy and Grace Upham won first place team. Wyatt won first place as an individual and Michael was second place. The Intermediate Team of Audrey Upham, Mia Cruz and Kailyn Preddy won first place team. Individually, Audrey was second place, Mia was third place and Kailyn was fourth place. The teams will compete in the Kerr County Invitational Contest this Saturday.

 

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Wed
10
Apr
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Sixth Grade Conservation Poster Contest

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CROCKETT COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND OZONA BANK are proud to sponsor the Annual Sixth Grade Conservation Poster Contest. Each year the students are given a specific theme to use and must develop a poster using that theme. This year it was “Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper.” First place was awarded to Kaitlynn Trujillo (left), second went to Jezebel Ramirez (middle) and third was Ally Cervantes. These posters will be on display in the lobby of Ozona Bank through Friday, April 19.

 

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Wed
27
Mar
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Square Dance Festival April 27

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LEVIS AND LACE SQUARE DANCE NEWS

What a wonderful way to usher in spring. Levis and Lace Square Dance Club held their March dance on March 23 at the Crockett County Senior Center. The weather cooperated with super spring weather for the dancers to enjoy.

John Geen, of San Angelo, was the featured caller. He called several six couple tips, which were wonderful.

Most square dancing is done with four couples in each square. John put the couples through their paces with such calls as “Tag the Line,” “Wheel and Deal” and “Ladies Center Men Sashay.”

Line dances, such as “Put Your Little Foot,” “Contra Slide” and “Electric Slide” were danced in between tips.

 

 

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Wed
20
Mar
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Business of the Month: Quality Inn

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS

Quality Inn Ozona is the former Best Western Ozona Inn located at Exit 365 off I-10, 1307 Avenue A.

“We are within walking distance from the Convention Center and Crockett County Museum”, said Manish.

Quality Inn Ozona is a family owned and operated business.

 

 

 

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Wed
06
Mar
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BOERNE HIGH’S HAYDEN HOOD

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BOERNE HIGH’S HAYDEN HOOD signed a letter of intent to play football at Texas Tech University. Joining Hayden (seated) at the signing was (l-r): Davelyn Hood, Kolten Hood, Ethan Hood and Bret Hood. Hayden is the grandson of Gene and Doris Hood, of Ozona, and nephew of Eugene Hood, Wendy and Robert Tambunga, of Ozona.

 

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Wed
27
Feb
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2019 Girl Power: ‘You are Out of this World’

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OES AND OMS STUDENTS attended 2019 Girl Power: “You are Out of This World” Saturday in San Angelo. The event was sponsored by the Laura W. Bush Institute, San Angelo ISD and San Angelo Community Medical Center.

 

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Wed
20
Feb
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Business of the Month: Pepe’s Cafe

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS

The Chamber of Commerce recognizes Pepe’s Café as our Business of the Month.

With a long history in Ozona, Pepe’s Café, now located in the old M & M Building, was originally located near the town square before closing in 1986. Six years later, in 1992, Alfredo reopened the restaurant in its current location on Sheffield Highway.

Alfredo grew up in the restaurant business in Ozona. His late parents, Joe and Manuelita Tobar, raised their family in a home above their eating establishment called Cactus, located on Monterrey Street.

 

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Wed
06
Feb
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ASU Natural History Collection featured in Journal of Mammology

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The ASU Biology Department’s Angelo State Natural History Collections (ASNHC) is prominently featured in a research article published in the December 2018 issue of the Journal of Mammalogy, the flagship publication of the American Society of Mammalogists.

Co-authored by Dr. Robert Dowler of the ASU biology faculty, the article is titled “Mammal collections of the Western Hemisphere: a survey and directory of collections.” Through nearly two years of research, Dowler and his co-authors documented the specimen holdings of all the active natural history mammal collections in the Western Hemisphere – concluding that there were 395 active collections as of 2017.

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