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Tue
30
Aug

Business of the Month: Fort Lancaster

By Shanon Biggerstaff
 
Fort Lancaster is honored to be recognized by the Ozona Chamber of Commerce as the Business of the Month! We appreciate the support from the local community,” said Jefferson Spilman, Site Manager. Fort Lancaster is located 30 miles west of Ozona on State Highway 290. Built to protect westward travelers, today Fort Lancaster serves as a Texas Historical Commission State Historic Site.
 
Tue
23
Aug

Nana's Homestyle Cooking ribbon cutting today

The Ozona Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting for Nana's Homestyle Cooking at 11:30 a.m. today, Aug. 24, at 1503 Avneue A. The business is owned by Mary Lou Hayes and James Hurt.
 

 

Tue
23
Aug

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen Williams celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen Williams celebrated 50 years of marriage on August 20, 2016. The couple was joined by their children and grandchildren and friends as they celebrated in Alpine over the weekend.

 

Tue
23
Aug

Joe Bean retiring from Ozona National Bank

by Abbey Carnes
 
OZONA - Mrs. Kelly Barclay, President and CEO of Ozona National Bank, with personal regret but warm wishes announced the retirement of Mr. Joe Bean as Director of Ozona National Bank and ONB Bancshares, Inc. Mr. Bean has been an esteemed member of the Board of Directors since 1971 and previously served as Chairman of the Board on several occasions.
 
Tue
16
Aug

AUGUST GARDEN OF THE MONTH

AUGUST GARDEN OF THE MONTH: The house of Rick and Hazel Storms at 301 Hillcrest. Beautiful landscaping, especially the bird houses in the tree. 

 

 

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Tue
16
Aug

Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Lee Ellis

Scarlett Nicole Taylor and Brandon Lee Ellis were married at 11 a.m. Friday, June 24, 2016, in a Pearls, Lace and Paris themed Garden, double-ring ceremony held for the family. The couple was married at the home of the bride’s aunt, Amy and Patrick Pritchett, in Lubbock. The guests were greeted by the bride’s cousin Katy Pritchett. Guests were ushered into the dining area where Hunter Gaskins and Ashley Unger helped guests register and write personal notes of best wishes and advice to the newlyweds. The table featured family wedding photos of parents, grandparents, and great grandparents along with family pictures from the groom’s brother. Engagement photos of the bride and groom were also on display. Intertwined among the photos was the wedding veil from the mother-of-the bride’s wedding and an Eiffel Tower décor piece. Brother Randy Butler, formerly of First Baptist Church Denver City, officiated the ceremony.

Tue
16
Aug

Submit events for Texas Archeology Month

AUSTIN - Every October, Texas Archeology Month (TAM) celebrates the spirit of discovery and promotes awareness of archeological programs throughout the state. The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is accepting event submissions from the public for the annual TAM Calendar of Events. The THC invites anyone hosting an archeology or history-related event in conjunction with TAM to submit information online at www.thc.texas.gov/ tam. The deadline for submissions is September 15. 

 

 

Tue
09
Aug

CCCCSD welcomes new teachers

CCCCSD welcomed new teachers this week with new teacher orientation held Monday and Tuesday at the OES Library. OES Justin Doiron will be teaching OES Physical Education and coaching football, basketball and track this year. He is originally from Houston and has a bachelor’s degree in exercise sports science from Texas State University.

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Tue
09
Aug

Community garden meeting Thursday

By Diane Womack
 
I’m sure most of you have heard about or possibly even seen the community garden that is being developed on the corner of Avenue J and Couch Street. This is being sponsored by the Crockett County Soil & Water Conservation District #235. That being said, it could not have progressed without the support and help of many others. Triple C Hardware & Lumber, Lilly Construction, Venegas Fencing, Oscar Lopez Construction, Rick and Shannon Hunnicutt and Louis Bunger, J.P. Murray, Tori Dutton, Todd Jones, Michael Mitchell and Arturo Guerra have been instrumental in getting some of the big things done in preparing the lot.
 
Tue
09
Aug

THE CROCKETT COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY HAD A "READING RODEO"

THE CROCKETT COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY HAD A "READING RODEO" during their Summer Reading Program on Aug. 4. Readers were: (top photo, left to right) Kimberly Harris, Janna Fox, Margaret Longoria, Sylvia DeHoyos- Longoria, Jean Reardon, Melissa Perner and Vicki White. RIGHT: Vicki White gets ready to read the book "Taxi Dog." 

 

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