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Mon
06
Apr

Where to find eggs on the Ozona Easter Egg Hunt

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Easter will be celebrated a little differently this year. With COVID-19, coronavirus, keeping all of us at home, a social distance Easter Egg Hunt is in the works around Ozona.

Much like the "bear hunt" that was done last month, residents of Ozona are being asked to put eggs in their windows, or outside their house, so parents can drive their children around and go on an "Easter Egg Hunt."

"You can put up plastic Easter eggs, paper drawn Easter eggs, even a printed picture of an Easter Egg in any window or all windows of your home, business, vehicle, tree, or where ever people can see it. It gives the kiddos a chance to do a family friendly, safe hunt," said Christy Cruz, who posted the idea on her Facebook page.

The following is a list of addresses that will have eggs. Those participating are asked to have their eggs up by Saturday:

Tue
31
Mar

Gov. Abbott extends social distancing orders to April 30, CCCCSD schools closed until May 4

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AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today issued an Executive Order implementing Essential Services and Activities Protocols for the entire state of Texas. The protocols direct all Texans to minimize non-essential gatherings and in-person contact with people who are not in the same household. The Governor’s Executive Order renews and amends his previous order enforcing federal social distancing guidelines for COVID-19, including closing schools and instructing Texans to avoid eating or drinking at bars and restaurants. The protocols allow exceptions for essential activities and services based on the Department of Homeland Security’s guidelines on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce. Examples of these essential services include healthcare, grocery stores, banking and financial services, utilities, child care for essential service employees, and government services.

Sat
28
Mar

COVID-19, corornavirus, continues to spread into West Texas

 

On Saturday, Texas reported 2,052 cases of the new coronavirus — a 19% increase over Friday, when the state reported 1,731 cases.

The state is also reporting four additional deaths, bringing the statewide total to 27.

Dallas County reported the most cases, at 367, followed by Harris, which reported 229 cases. As of Friday, 111 of the state’s 254 counties had reported at least one coronavirus case. Dallas County is also reporting seven deaths, more than any other county. Bexar County has reported five deaths, making it the county with the second highest total deaths.

Wed
25
Mar

OBIT: Francisco Esparza

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Francisco Esparza died Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Funeral services are Thursday March 26 at 11:00am at OLPH Catholic Church, outside the church building, with burial following in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Those wanting to acommpany the family are asked to stay in their vehicles. He was born Oct. 4, 1950 in Mexico. He was employed by the Crockett County Water Control. He is survived by his wife Maria, sons Joe and David Esparza, daughters Isabel and Maricela Esparza. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home. Online condolences can be made at kerbowfuneralhome.com

Thu
19
Mar

BREAKING: UIL suspends all activities until May 4

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AUSTIN — The University Interscholastic League (UIL) is extending its suspension of all UIL sanctioned activities due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in Texas. All contests, practices, rehearsals and workouts will remain suspended until further notice.

At this time, the earliest games and contests may resume is Monday, May 4th. Prior to this date, the UIL will allow its member schools a reasonable acclimatization period for rehearsals and practices to occur. All decisions remain flexible and will be consistent with the advice of local, state and federal officials.

“We are working diligently on contingency plans to conduct state championships in each of the activities that have been suspended,” said UIL Executive Director Dr. Charles Breithaupt. “While the immediate future is unclear, we are committed to providing these much-desired activities to all Texas students and will prepare for all possible outcomes, including extended school closures.”

Mon
16
Mar

BREAKING: Commissioners close county facilities, updated list of closures and cancellations

The Crockett County Commissioners' Court has closed the Crockett County Civic Center, Crockett County Senior Center, Crockett County Public Library, J. Cleo Thompson Wellness Center and the Crockett County Convention Center to the public through Monday, March 23.

Also, the county commissioners voted to suspend the use of county sports facilities and practice fields until further notice. This includes postponement of youth baseball and youth softball practices and games.

Click on the link to see a full list of cancellations and closures:

https://www.ozonastockman.com/articles/2020/03/13/events-canceled-postpo...

Mon
16
Mar

BREAKING: CCCSD closed through Friday, March 20

CCCCSD Update 4 March 16, 2020 4:00 PM

After consulting with TEA and Region 15 Service Center, CCCCSD would like to announce the following:

We are closing school through Friday March 20, 2020.  However we will serve all students with homework assignments.  Each campus has set up work assignments for students to access beginning Wednesday March 18.

OHS Assignments can be found in students Google Classroom.

Mon
16
Mar

CCCCSD Update

CCCCSD Update 3 – March 16, 2020 10:30 am

The CCCCSD Administrative Team will participate in a conference call this morning with the Texas Education Agency and this afternoon with Region 15 Service Center.  Until we have these conversations with the state, we do not have any new information to release.

I have asked teachers and staff to begin preparing in case we have to suspend school activities. 

I will have an update to release later this afternoon with detailed information. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Raul Chavarria - CCCCSD Superintendent

Sat
14
Mar

BREAKING: CCCCSD to stay closed Monday and Tuesday, classes resume Wednesday

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CCCCSD will extend spring break for students through Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Students will report for classes Wednesday, March 18, at normal time. Teachers and staff will meet at 10 a.m. Monday for a general meeting and will be notified by campus principals. The extended break will allow CCCCSD to gather more information and give us time to prepare in case there are any future changes. As always, we will keep everyone notified and updated as more information comes to us. - Raul Chavarria, CCCCSD Superintendent

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