Lifestyle

Tue
25
Oct

Members show off Halloween costumes at October meeting

BY GILDA HAMILTON

The Ozona Woman’s Forum met at the Senior Center on Oct. 18 with 26 members present. The theme for the day was Halloween Fun, and many were dressed in Halloween attire. President Beth Hoover called the meeting to order, and after a short business meeting she read an inspiring devotion on the subject of gratitude taken from Oprah Winfrey’s book “What I Know for Sure.” Oprah wrote that gratitude can transform any situation, and the more grateful you become, the more you have to be grateful for.  

 

Tue
25
Oct

Business of the Month: X Bar Ranch Nature Retreat

By SHANON BIGGERSTAFF

 

In the summer of 1915 CL Meador put the first pieces of the puzzle that would become the X Bar Ranch together in southwest Schleicher County. Fast forward 80 years, and the third, fourth and fifth generations ushered in the next generation of ranching by starting the X Bar Ranch Nature Retreat. Now, after recently celebrating their 100th anniversary of ranching heritage, in 2016 the Meadors are proud to have been hosting guests from around the state, country and world for 20 years  

 

Tue
18
Oct

OHS AND OMS STUDENTS

OHS AND OMS STUDENTS gathered at Lion Stadium on Oct. 12 for the annual Fields of Faith event. The student led event will hosted by the OHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

 

 

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Tue
18
Oct

OZONA WELCOMED A GROUP OF WOUNDED WARRIORS

OZONA WELCOMED A GROUP OF WOUNDED WARRIORS Friday as they stopped to eat lunch at the Hitchin' Post Restaurant on their way to Del Rio for a fishing trip as part of the Reel Thanx program in Midland. The Ozona Volunteer Fire Department escorted the group into town, Hitchin' Post and the Crockett County DeerFest Association provided lunch and Janet Thompson made buttermilk pies for dessert. The event was coordinated by Frank Tambunga. 

 

 

Tue
11
Oct

Khan shares her love of books, libraries

BY MELISSA PERNER

Her love of books and growing up escaping into a world of reading is what San Angelo author Rashda Khan spoke about during the Friends of the Library Annual Membership Meeting and Dinner on Oct. 4 at the Civic Center. 

 
Tue
11
Oct

Flu shots still available at the Family Health Center

BY SUSAN BILANO

Tue
04
Oct

Flu shot kickoff Friday

The Family Health Center of Ozona will have their annual Drive-Thru Flu Shot Kickoff from 7:45 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at the EMS Building. Cost for a flu shot, without insurance, is $25. The clinic will bill insurance and Medicare. Medicaid does not pay for flu shots.  

 

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Tue
04
Oct

Crockett County Ag Business Day Monday

BY MELISSA PERNER

 

The Crockett County Ag Business Day will take place from 12:30-5 p.m. Oct. 10 at the Crockett County Civic Center. With today's economy and agriculture production cost, sound business and financial decisions are a must.  

 

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Tue
27
Sep

THE OHS CHEERLEADERS

THE OHS CHEERLEADERS visited the Crockett County Care Center last week and played bingo with the residents 
 
 
Tue
27
Sep

Barr speaks at museum membership dinner

By Shanon Biggerstaff
 
Texas Author Michael Barr was the guest speaker at the Crockett County Museum's annual Membership Drive and Appreciation Dinner held Sept. 20 at the Civic Center. Barr is the author of "Rope Burns and Lead Poisoning," which is a collection of Old West stories.  
 
 

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