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01
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Bi-District Champions

THE OHS LADY LIONS SOFTBALL TEAM won the Bi-District Championship Series over Seagraves Saturday in Stanton. Ozona will face Ralls starting Thursday for the Area Championship.

 

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01
May
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State Champions

MIA DAVIDSON (left) and MOSES RAMIREZ won the calculator event in seventh grade and sixth grade, respectively, at the State TMSCA Meet Saturday in San Antonio. Ozona was fourth overall.

 

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Wed
01
May
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Silver finish

Haley Nowell’s sculpture titled “Connections of the Native” was awarded the Silver Medal at Saturday’s State VASE in San Marcos.

The TAEA Visual Art Event recognizes exemplary high school student artwork at the state level.

This recognition represents the pinnacle of artistic success in the VASE program.

Haley’s work was one of over 35,000 artworks to be entered in VASE in 2019 and was featured in the VASE Student Art Exhibit.

Over 3000 people attended the exhibit.

 

 

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Wed
24
Apr
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Lions 11th after first round of Region I-2A Tournament

RILEY WILLIAMS watches his putt on the 18th green at the first round of the Region 1-2A golf tournament Monday at Ratliff Ranch Golf Links in Odessa. The Lions finished the first round in 11th place. Williams shot an 83. Second round was Tuesday. Full results will be in next week’s Ozona Stockman.

 

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Wed
24
Apr
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Murr passes disaster recovery legislation

Supported by State Rep. Andrew Murr, R-Junction, a package of legislation aimed at disaster recovery and mitigation recently passed out of the Texas House.

These bills represent a monumental effort to rebuild communities, strengthen infrastructure, mitigate flooding and ensure the State of Texas is better prepared to respond to future natural disasters.

The legislation also fulfills a majority of the recommendations made by the Governor’s Commission to Rebuild Texas and addresses the critical issues many of our fellow Texans have faced in the months since Hurricane Harvey made landfall.

“These bills are hugely impactful not only for Hurricane Harvey recovery but also local recovery in our communities.

We saw the need for this more than ever in our area after events like the recent devastating flooding across the Hill Country and along the South Llano River Basin,” Murr said.

 

 

Wed
24
Apr
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Estimating Texas Mountain Lion population is like herding cats - literally

A glimmer of a golden tail shoots through the corner of your eye on your drive home. A huff in the middle of the night wakes your sleeping dog. A hike in Big Bend National Park raises the hair on your neck.

Most Texans know that mountain lions lurk in backyards, ranches and national parks across the state, especially in West and South Texas. But what evades biologists and trappers alike is where exactly to find these elusive predators — and how many are out there.

The mountain lion, scientific name Puma concolor, is also known as cougar, puma, panther, painter and catamount. Its range extends from Canada to South America, the widest distribution of any wild cat. However, there are no credible population estimates for Texas for a number of reasons, including their status as a nongame species, the state’s lack of mandatory harvest reporting and lions’ ranges into New Mexico and Mexico.

Wed
24
Apr
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CCCCSD School Board hear architect presentations

OZONA, TEXAS

The Crockett County CCSD School Board listened to two more presentations from architects regarding the Ozona High School Building Project during their April 17 regular meeting.

The board heard presentations from Jeff Potter, vice president of Potter Architects, of Dallas.

The firm’s portfolio includes Pine Tree ISD in Longview, Mount Pleasant ISD, Sulphur Springs ISD, Longview ISD and Gladewater ISD.

The firm has worked with aged buildings, including a 1930s era elementary school in Longview ISD, where the firm renovated the building to incorporating light into each classroom and added a public-use trail and park included in the playground area.

 

 

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Wed
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A bunny hug

MADELYN RAE MENDEZ, 3, gives a big hug to the Easter Bunny during the Crockett County County Wide Easter Egg Hunt Sunday. 

 

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Mon
22
Apr

HEAVY RAINFALL Possible Tuesday. Open for details

From the National Weather Service in San Angelo: 

Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible late this afternoon and tonight, across the area along and north of Throckmorton to Sterling City line. The main severe weather hazards are large hail and damaging winds, along with deadly lightning. 

Temperatures will be seasonably warm today, and mild tonight, across west-central Texas. High for Ozona is expected to be 78 with a low of 62. 

Wed
17
Apr
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District Champs

The OHS Lady Lions won the District 4-2A Championship Friday night with a 14-6 victory over McCamey.

“This team is a special bunch. They’ve learned to play hard with, and for each other, and that’s what won this game,” said Coach Joe Moore. “I say it week in and week out, I’m so proud of this bunch. They are special and we are going to continue to work hard to see how far this thing goes.”

 

 

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