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05
Dec
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DeerFest, Style Show a success

STEFAN WILSON, of Ozona, was the winner of the 2018 Polaris Ranger at the 31st Annual Crockett County DeerFest Saturday.
BRIAN SCOTT, of Ozona, won the 2018 Sportsman at DeerFest. More DeerFest winners and photos on pages 8 and 9.
DEBBIE SMITH (left), of Ozona, won the mohair coat at the Crockett County Museum's annual Wool & Mohair Style Show Saturday at the Senior Center. She is pictured with Dolores Vernor of Dolores' Unique Designs, who donated the prize. More photos, page 3.

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05
Dec
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Four Lions named Academic All-District

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05
Dec
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13th Annual Holiday Hands Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair Thursday

The 13th Annual Holiday Hands Christmas Arts & Crafts Fair with be held Thursday, Dec. 6, at the Crockett County Civic Center.

The event features booths and vendors with homemade and handcrafted items.

A lunch featuring cowboy stew, cornbread and cobbler will be served from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

 

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Wed
28
Nov
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Wool and Mohair Style Show this weekend

The Crockett County Museum’s annual Wool and Mohair Style Show will take place at 2 p.m. at the Crockett County Senior Center.

The event will feature clothes and accessories by Dolores’ Unique Designs.

A stylish wool and mohair coat will be given away at the event. Tickets are $1 each or $10 for 12. They are available at the museum or at the event.

 

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Wed
28
Nov
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2018 Crockett County DeerFest Saturday

The 31st annual Crockett County DeerFest will be Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Crockett County Fair Park Convention Center.

Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. General admission is $10 and includes meal. Attendees are fed a meal of chicken-fried deer, turkey, axis, deer sausage, deer chili, deer tamales and brisket.

As always, 10 percent of the admission is donated to the West Texas Rehabilitation Center of Ozona. After the 2017 event we donated $2,000 to the West Texas Rehab of Ozona.

 

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Wed
28
Nov
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No injuries in truck blaze

OZONA FIREFIGHTERS responded to a truck fire Monday morning near the 365 exit on I-10. Firefighters quickly extinguished the blaze. No injuries reported. Traffic was backed up on the interstate until it was safe to proceed. TxDOT, Crockett County EMS, U.S. Border Patrol, Texas Department of Public Safety and Crockett County Sheriff’s Office also responded.

 

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Wed
21
Nov
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OHS Main Building discussed at meeting

OZONA, TEXAS

The Ozona High School Main Building was discussed at the Nov. 14 Crockett County CCCSD School Board Meeting, but more information is needed before decisions can be made.

Steve Risser, a construction manager with Gallagher Construction, gave a presentation to the board about their company and how, if hired, they would assist the district in figuring out costs on repairing, renovating or new construction on the high school campus.

 

 

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Wed
21
Nov
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‘Hello, Mr. Turkey’

PRE-K STUDENTS sang Thanksgiving songs to the residents, staff and guests Monday morning at the Crockett County Care Center.

 

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Thu
15
Nov

TODAY: MHMR Mental Health talk for teens

Today (Nov. 15) at 4:00 PM!

Up to 1 in 5 kids living in the US shows signs and symptoms of a mental health disorder a year.
Would you know how to start a conversation with a friend who may be experiencing a mental health challenge? LETS TALK!

Catherine Hood with MHMR Services for the Concho Valley joins us at the Extension Office 4:00 PM this Thursday, November 15. Homeschool, High School, and Middle School students are encouraged to attend!

Wed
14
Nov
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Expanding the road

EMPLOYEES WITH ALLEN KELLER COMPANY start the concrete work on the Interstate-10 Frontage Road Extension Project Tuesday morning. Due to construction, part of the Frontage Road that runs by the 365 exit in front of El Chato’s Restaurant down to Stripes Convenience Store and the Swimming Pool Park will be closed to traffic. The 365 exit was still open for off coming traffic

. The road will be converted into a one way during the project. Work on the project began Oct. 15 but was delayed 16 days due to weather. The $3.4 million project is expected to take about a year to complete. The project is being overseen by the Texas Department of Transportation.

 

 

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