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No injuries in two-vehicle downtown accident

LOCAL EMERGENCY PERSONNEL WORKED a two-vehicle accident Saturday morning at 11th Street and Avenue E. No injuries were reported. Crockett County EMS, Ozona Volunteer Fire Department, Crockett County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Department of Public Safety and TxDOT responded

 

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Four Lady Lions Powerlifters State Bound

Four Lady Lions Powerlifters are headed to state.

Kaitlyn Tambunga, Kendra Sarabia, Kayla Sarabia and Roslynn Mendez qualified for the Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association 2019 State Championship at Friday’s regional meet in Seagraves.

The state meet will be held March 14-15 in Waco.

Ozona also placed fifth as a team.

Kayla Sarabia won the 259-plus Class with 335 squat, 205 bench press and 270 dead lift for 810 total.

 

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School board votes against Athletic Director’s contract extension

BY MELISSA PERNER

In a unanimous vote, Crockett County CCSD School Board Members decided not to extend the contract of Athletic Director Kyle Freeman at the Feb. 20 regular meeting.

The board meeting ended, after a 90-minute closed session, with a vote to approve extensions for district administrators.

The board unanimously approved contract extensions through school year 2021 for: OES Principal Erica Cruz, OES Assistant Principal Vicky Munoz, Federal Programs Director Janina Savala, Technology Director Keith Harmsen, OMS Principal Cash Jennings and OHS Principal Tamara McWilliams.

 

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Seven OMS students qualify for TMSCA State Meet

Ozona Middle School had seven students qualify for the 2019 Texas Math & Science Coaches Association State Meet in San Antonio after competing Saturday at Crane.

Punching their ticket to state were: Mia Davidson, Sebastian Fullingim, Audrey Upham, Moses Ramirez, Rogelio Capetillo, Devin Cornett and Tristyn Timms. “It was so great to see our students earn that trip. In order to do this, each one had to meet a minimum score. This is just a measure of how hard these students work,” said Coach Deborah Ramon. OMS scored a total of 1,889 points. “We ran into some tough competition at Crane, which is great for our students,” Ramon said. The teams travels to Andrews Saturday, March 2, for the Regional Qualifiers Meet.

 

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Ozona Relays: Mata gets the gold

MYSTI MATA won the Varsity Girls Discus with a throw of 87-feet, 8-inches in Saturday’s Ozona Relays at Lion Stadium. She also placed fourth in shot put.

 

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Raising their hands for public schools

OZONA PRINCIPALS met with State Senator Peter Flores, R-Pleasanton (left photo), and State Rep. Andrew Murr, R-Junction, while attending the 11th annual Raise Your Hand Texas Leadership Symposium in Austin. This year’s theme was “Raise Your Voice,” encouraging educators to break the narrative of failing public schools that has been around for too long. OES Principal Erica Cruz, OMS Principal Cash Jennings and OHS Principal Tammy McWilliams all participated in the event and had a chance to speak with state officials about public education.

 

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Commissioners tour jail before inspection

The Crockett County Commissioners’ Court toured the new county jail one more time Tuesday morning before the building receives its second state inspection.

Representatives from the Texas Jail Commission are expected to inspected the jail today (Feb. 20). This is the second state jail inspection.

The first jail inspection was in December. The facility was tagged then due to problems with the smoke alarms.

 

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