Lifestyle

Tue
02
Aug

OHS Summer Band schedule

Summer band has started and will go through Aug. 18. Please remember that the time and effort we put in these first weeks will help to establish a foundation for the remainder of the marching season. It is important that we begin rehearsals at the designated times. Please arrive early enough to find your place before rehearsal/practice begins. If you are early it means you are on time. If you are on time then you are late. • Aug. 3 - 2-3:30 p.m. Sectionals; 3:40-5 p.m. Full Band; no evening practice. • Aug. 4 - 2-3:30 p.m. Sectionals; 3:30-4 p.m. Team Building; 4-5:30 p.m. Full Band; Dinner Break; 7-9 p.m. Marching Practice at Lion Stadium. 

 

Tue
02
Aug

Lexi Montgomery interns at camp

Lexi Montgomery recently returned from Interns to America at Texas Bible Institute/ Discovery Camp in Columbus, Texas. Interns to America is a program designed for teenagers, ages 12-17, who volunteer one week of their summer to work side-by-side with Team DC. As an intern, students have the opportunity to be a part of ministering to over 20,000 children and teenagers, and meet new friends from all over the United States.  

 

Tue
02
Aug

Chamber President recognized for tenure

By Shanon Biggerstaff

 

.The Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives (TCCE) is renowned as the oldest and one of the largest associations for chamber executives in the United States. TCCE is an organization of chamber executives from across the state, working together to improve the business climate in Texas, while developing ways to enhance the quality of life in the communities that they represent. Since 1906, TCCE has been enhancing and promoting the professional growth of chamber executives by providing leadership for chamber employees through its many publications and resources.  

 

Tue
26
Jul

It's a girl

Our little bundle of joy has arrived. Mandy and Sergio Pintado are happy to welcome little Jazelle Marie Pintado into the world born July 18, 2016 at San Angelo Community Medical Center at 1:08 a.m. She weighed 7 pounds, 9.2 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. Proud grandparents are Amanda and Havis Landin and Leonard Munoz, Jovita Regalado and Gabriel Garcia, and a very special uncle David Landin.   

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Tue
26
Jul

Business of the month: Bunger Real Estate Company

BY SHANON BIGGERSTAFF

Bunger Real Estate Company is a full service real estate brokerage firm which represents both buyers and sellers in Ranch, Residential, and Commercial real estate transactions. Bunger Real Estate Company has been involved in numerous real estate transactions all over Southwest Texas and is glad to serve a wide area, including Crockett and the surrounding counties.  

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Tue
19
Jul

FLAUTISTS TRYSTIAN GALINDO

FLAUTISTS TRYSTIAN GALINDO (left) and BRENNA HALE (right) performed and showed children their instruments during the Crockett County Public Library's Summer Reading Program on July 13. 
 

 

Tue
19
Jul

THE LITTLE MISS FIRECRACKER PAGEANT

THE LITTLE MISS FIRECRACKER PAGEANT was held Fourth of July weekend. Winners are (top photo) Most Beautiful, Best Party Dress and Baby Division Queen Trinity Isabell, Fashion Queen, Most Beautiful, Best Party Dress and Tiny Miss Division Queen Sianna Smith

 

Tue
12
Jul

Clothing and textiles makes blankets for animal control

The Clothing and Textiles Project Group made blankets Monday for the Crockett County Animal Control. Joe Jurado and Janet Pullen at Crockett County Animal Control were grateful to receive the blankets.
 
Tue
12
Jul

Summer Reading Program continues in July

BY SUSAN WILLIAMS

We want to let everyone know that our Summer Reading Program will be continuing for the month of July on Wednesdays. Today, July 13, we will be entertained by Trystian Galindo and Brenna Hale. They will be bringing their flutes to play for us. All ages are welcome from 10-11 a.m. Come hear them play and have a surprise when they finish.
 
Tue
05
Jul

Marisa Koch receives state recognition award

Marisa Koch, 12, of Cypress received Duke University’s Seventh Grade TIP State Recognition Award for her high SAT scores. A child must score 50 percent or higher than the National Percentile Rankings for Seniors in any one category to be eligible.  

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