Tuesday, September 27, 2016
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Ozona Homecoming Events will take place this week. Homecoming Spirit Days are: Today, Sept. 28, - Alphabet Day (dress up like something that starts with the first letter of your name). Thursday, Sept. 29, - America Day Friday, Sept. 30, - Spirit Day       To view more... + continue reading
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What is your occupation, education and family? I am a corporate attorney who practiced in Dallas, Texas with Akin, Gump, Hauer & Feld, as the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of The Coca-Cola Bottling Group (Southwest), Inc. and in private practice with my husband, Richard R. Ertel... + continue reading
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By Melissa Perner   BIG LAKE – The Ozona Lions fought a tough battle, ending in a 49-21 loss, Friday night against the Reagan County Owls. “We fought hard this week. Our boys battled to overcome a lot of frustration and showed determination even though at times is... + continue reading
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The JV and OMS Cross-Country Teams competed at Mertzon on Sept. 21. Both JV teams won the meet. JV Girls Team Results - 1. Ozona; 2. Eldorado; 3. Christoval; 4. Reagan County; 5. Rankin.     To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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THE OHS CHEERLEADERS visited the Crockett County Care Center last week and played bingo with the residents      To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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09/27/2016
  Superintendent Raul Chavarria presented the latest enrollment numbers and attendance rate during the Sept. 21 CCCCSD School Board Meeting. District total for CCCCSD is 791 students. OES has 422 students. Pre-K has 53, kindergarten is 56, first grade 58, second 63, third 66, fourth 54... + continue reading
09/27/2016
By Martin Frost   While former Gov. Rick Perry may be cha-cha-ing on Dancing with the Stars, it's the cha-ching of the 2016 presidential campaign Texans should remember. Why? Because high-profile Texans including Perry and Sen. Ted Cruz worked the levers of our broken campaign... + continue reading

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By Shanon Biggerstaff   Texas Author Michael Barr was the guest speaker at the Crockett County Museum's annual Membership Drive and Appreciation Dinner held Sept. 20 at the Civic Center. Barr is the author of "Rope Burns and Lead Poisoning," which is a collection of... + continue reading
09/20/2016 - 0 comment(s)
By Melissa Perner   GRAPE CREEK – The Ozona Lions game against the Eagles quickly ended Friday night as lightning and rain caused the game to be canceled. The game did kickoff and with 3:57 left in the first quarter Grape Creek scored and got a two-point... + continue reading
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Bradley Brittain hangs on for eight seconds during the 10th annual Toro Loco Bull Riding Challenge held Saturday at the Crockett County Rodeo Arena. Brittain tied for third in the event.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading
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By Melissa Perner   BIG LAKE – The Ozona Lions fought a tough battle, ending in a 49-21 loss, Friday night against the Reagan County Owls. “We fought hard this week. Our... + continue reading

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By Martin Frost   While former Gov. Rick Perry may be cha-cha-ing on Dancing with the Stars, it's the cha-ching of the 2016 presidential campaign Texans should remember. Why?... + continue reading

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THE OHS CHEERLEADERS visited the Crockett County Care Center last week and played bingo with the residents      To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading