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Tue
17
Jul
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THE REV. LEIGH LLOYD

THE REV. LEIGH LLOYD (left) is getting to know the community of Ozona as she attended the Crockett County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program on July 11. Lloyd is new pastor at Ozona United Methodist Church.

 

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Tue
17
Jul
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS

THE HAMPTON INN BY HILTON OZONA has been honored as the Business of the Month by the Ozona Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are: (left to right, front row) Ahmed Hmod, Kelle West, Tulsi Patel, Amit Patel, Viviana Villareal, Amber Dehoyos and Oneida Hernandez; (left to right back row) Charli West, Gloria Onate, Michelle Salas, Joseph Martin and Griselda Tambunga.

 

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Tue
10
Jul
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Carsons celebrate 50th anniversary

Cathy and Bill Carson celebrated their Golden anniversary on June 8, 2018, with a dinner and dance in San Antonio, Texas. Family and friends attended the event at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort.

Catherine Miller and William J. Carson, Jr. were married on June 8, 1968, in Ozona, Texas, at the First Methodist Church. Cathy is the daughter of the late LaVaun and Henry Miller. Bill is the son of Norma Carson and the late William J. Carson, Sr.

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Tue
10
Jul
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ASU planning Ozona ‘War Stories’ History Harvest

BY TOM NURRE JR.

The Department of History at Angelo State University is planning a History Harvest event in Ozona sometime this fall for the grant-funded project, “War Stories: West Texans from World War I to the Present.”

The “War Stories” project is an effort to collect and preserve the stories and experiences of current and former armed forces personnel and their families who have a past or present West Texas connection.

It is supported by a threeyear grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

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Tue
26
Jun
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Fingering a frog

JLAWSON WILLIAMS (left) checks out a frog during   Crockett County Public Library’s June 19 program featuring

 

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Tue
26
Jun
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Mr. and Mrs. Darren Wayne Meadows

Jennifer Elizabeth Davidson, of Santa Fe, N.M., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Davidson IV, and Darren Wayne Meadows, of Los Alamos, N.M., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Meadows, were married on May 19, 2018. The ceremony was held in Santa Fe with Pastor Martin Ban officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her lifelong friend, Julie (Childress) Harrison, as her matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Kayla Davidson, sister-in-law of the bride, Keadron Friar, and Aimee Hunter.

The bride’s nieces, Mia and Avery Davidson, served as junior bridesmaids. The best man was the groom’s brother, Kevin Meadows. Groomsmen were Denny Newell and the groom’s two sons, Hayden and Cameron Meadows

 

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Tue
19
Jun
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Ladies’ Tea Exhibit

THE CROCKETT COUNTY MUSEUM “Ladies Tea” Exhibit Reception was held June 14. Ladies from the Crockett County Care Center also toured the exhibit. The exhibit will run through September.

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Tue
19
Jun
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The hope of the gospel

As a third generation fundamentalist Christian, I have come to the conclusion that in me, that is in my flesh, dwells no good thing. And I will tell you why. For many years I tried really hard to follow all the religious rules. And I did this because they taught me that it is good to be good. I agree – it is good to be good. But what happens when you realize that you cannot be as good as they say you ought to be? What are you supposed to do when you try really hard to follow all the religious rules and still fail at being good?

 

Tue
12
Jun
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Museum featuring ‘Ladies Tea Exhibit

BY BRENNA HALE THE OZONA STOCKMAN

 

The Crockett County Museum will host a reception on Thursday, June 14 to celebrate the opening of the new “Ladies Tea” Exhibit. Refreshments will be served from 2-6 p.m. In lieu of their regularly scheduled hat exhibit, the museum has expanded their tea set collection and will display the hat and tea set collections together, along with matching jewelry. The original tea set collection was donated to the museum by the Ozona Women’s Forum in the 1980s. Six women from Ozona, Marolyn Bean, Judy Bissett, Cathy Carson, Naomi Galindo, Jan Van Shoubrouek, and Anita Woodruff, recently loaned personal tea sets and family heirlooms to the museum

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Tue
12
Jun
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THE OHS INDEPENDENT STUDY MATH CLASS

THE OHS INDEPENDENT STUDY MATH CLASS integrated chess into their class during the school year. Students learned the basics of chess and they grew into learning different strategies to the start and end of games. A chess tournament was held the last month of school and Larissa Hernandez was first, Brandon Jara second and Samantha Torralba and Jessie Ramos tied for third. “I appreciate my students hard work and effort. It was fun learning a game that requires deep thought and strategy,” said OHS Teacher Jason Davis.

 

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