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Tue
15
May
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Business of the Month: Country Club View Apartments

BY SHANON BIGGERSTAFF

Brinton Investments, LLC, owned by Mark and Carol Brinton, purchased Country Club View Apartments in December 2017.

“We felt an immediate connection to the community and are excited about the opportunities in Ozona,” said Carol Brinton, owner. “We just completed the renovation of all 19 units and our next project is to re-pave the parking lot. Upgraded laundry facilities are also in the works. Our current tenants are mostly related to oil field and corporate workers, but we would like to interest local residents to come check us out as well. Each apartment has two bedrooms, both furnished with queen beds, night stands, a walkin closet and one full-sized bath is provided.” 

 

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Tue
08
May
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National Day of Prayer

JANET PULLEN (center top steps) leads everyone in prayer on May 3 the National Day of Prayer at the Crockett County Courthouse. The event, sponsored by the Ozona Ministerial Alliance, featured local citizens, pastors and elected officials leading prayer for the country, families, military, law enforcement, businesses, industry, unity and more

 

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Tue
01
May
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OZONA WOMAN’S FORUM BEST CITIZEN AWARD NOMINEES

OZONA WOMAN’S FORUM BEST CITIZEN AWARD NOMINEES: (starting from the top row, left to right) Steban Flores, Brandon Jara, Brenna Hale, Samantha Torralba and Makenna Fox. Each year Ozona Woman’s Forum sponsors the award for a senior who displays outstanding character in all aspects of their lives.

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Tue
24
Apr
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Beto O’Rourke to visit Ozona Saturday

U.S. Senate Candidate Beto O’Rourke will be in Ozona for a Town Hall Meeting at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at Sonic, 704 E. 14th St.

Congressman O’Rourke is the Democratic candidate running against U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas.

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Tue
24
Apr
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Three-Person Golf Scramble May 19

Ozona Country Club is hosting a Three-Person Golf Scramble at 1 p.m. May 19 at the club located at 207 Country Club Drive in Ozona.

Registration fee is $150 (100 percent payout), Mulligans (optional) $10 per person, Birdies (optional) $30 per team for holes #3 and #12.

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Tue
17
Apr
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Community Helpers Day

THE CROCKETT COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY HOSTED COMMUNITY HELPERS DAY on April 10. OES First-Graders visited the library and met with county officials, Crockett County EMS personnel, Crockett County Animal  Control and Crockett County Extension Office employees, Crockett County Librarians, CCCCSD Administrators and Ozona Firefighters. They also did a craft and had a story time.

 

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Tue
17
Apr
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CROCKETT COUNTY 4-H NEWS

Judging teams compete in Hackamore Ranch Contest

The Crockett County 4-H Range Evaluation Teams competed at the Hackamore Ranch Contest on Saturday.

The Junior Team of Audrey Upham, Mia Cruz, Kailyn Preddy and Grace Upham won the meet.

Audrey Upham was the top individual. Mia Cruz placed third and Kailyn Preddy finished fourth as individuals.

 

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Tue
10
Apr
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The Texas Legislature took away $118 million in pre-K funding, now districts are scrambling

BY RISHIKA DUGYALA TEXAS TRIBUNE

Texas pre-kindergarten programs are just scraping by after losing millions of dollars last year — and without sustainable funding, they could see greater problems down the line, school officials say. During the 2017 legislative session, lawmakers decided not to fund a $118 million high-quality pre-K grant program that was created in 2015 and championed by

Republican Gov. Greg Abbott. The money had gone to 573 districts and charter schools that pledged to meet measures like setting a lower student-teacher ratio, avoiding Common Core curricula and reporting student progress to the state. There’s another catch: Now every Texas district and charter has to make these improvements. And they’re required to use 15 percent of the state money they already receive for pre-K, which ensures $236 million — double what was allocated last year — will be spent on high-quality standards.

 

 

Tue
10
Apr
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55th annual Chamber Banquet

THE 7-OAKS RANCH received the Wildlife Conservationist of the Year Award by the Crockett County Soil & Water Conservation District 235. Pictured are Wayne Walker (left), with 7-Oaks Ranch, and Jack Baggett, director with the Crockett County Soil & Water Conservation District

 

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Tue
03
Apr
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Business of the Month: The Café Next Door

BY SHANON BIGGERSTAFF

The Ozona Chamber of Commerce recognizes The Café Next Door as our Business of the Month.

The Café Next Door was purchased and reopened by owner Jane Richardson in March 2014. “There are a limited number of restaurants in Ozona, so Jane wanted to maintain something local for the community,” said Manager Laura Borrego.

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