Archive for 2012

Before this season’s big hunt, track down your ultimate ATV at Family Powersports

Hunting season is right around the corner! To get to that favorite hunting spot with all of your hunting gear, you need a smooth-riding, hard-working ATV, like the Polaris Ranger side-by-side. Not a hunter? That’s okay – fall is a great time for the powersports enthusiast to embark on his or her next outdoor adventure, […]

Call Quality Tree Care for experienced, reliable services for healthy, green trees

Trees are a valuable resource in our community for both the shade and the beauty they provide. A house just looks more inviting when its yard contains a leafy, green tree! Quality Tree Care offers a range of services to ensure the trees on your property are healthy, strong and green. These tree care professionals […]

Ann Akin provides professional, faith-based counseling for adults, adolescents and groups

Ann Allison Akin, M.Ed., M.Div.eq, LPC, has been reaching out to help people in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico for 26 years. For 24 of those years, she served as a Chaplain at Covenant Health System, assisting those who were experiencing some of the most difficult situations of their lives. Along with her psychological […]

AimBank to host annual tailgate

AimBank will be hosting its fifth annual Homecoming Tailgate before Frenship High School’s game on Oct. 12. The Frenship Tigers will be playing San Angelo Lake View that evening, but before the game, AimBank Branch President Bryan Studer said he hopes people will drop by the tailgate party at the bank from 5 to 7:30 […]

Frenship High School PTSA to launch Acts of Kindness program

Random acts of kindness may be more than their own reward at Frenship High School. The Parent Teacher Student Association, or PTSA, is beginning a new program this fall called Acts of Kindness. Not only are members putting up posters encouraging students to show kindness through their words and actions, but teachers will be watching […]

Wolfforth Police adopt policy on eyewitness identification

Wolfforth Police now have a written policy for how to handle eyewitness identification, but the police chief said little will change. Chief Rick Scott said police were required to come up with a policy on eyewitness identification. The Wolfforth City Council adopted a lengthy policy devised by the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas in […]

Event gives residents chance to get to know Wolfforth Police

Not only are Wolfforth Police just normal people, they also want to get to know other people in the area. That’s the message from organizers of the National Night Out event scheduled for 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wolfforth’s Patterson Park. “There used to be a day when all the neighbors knew each other, […]

Alliance Church plans women’s conference

Alliance Church’s women’s conference is broadening its target audience to include teens this year. Brenda Rincones said her church is hosting a one-day event on Oct. 27 from 8 a.m to 3 p.m. at the church, at 5825 34th St. The event “God is Writing My Love Story” is more than a conference, Rincones said, […]

Lunch menus from Sept. 26-Oct. 12

Sept. 26 Breakfast: Sunbutter and jelly sandwich, cereal and cinnamon toast or orange. Elementary lunch: Bean burrito, baja salad and dinner roll or ham, turkey and cheese sandwich. Secondary lunch: Corndog, baja salad and dinner roll or ham, turkey and cheese sandwich. Sept. 27 Breakfast: Sausage biscuit and gravy, cereal and cinnamon toast, or cantaloupe. […]