Angelo State University has been awarded a $69,999 grant from the Library of Congress (LOC) in Washington, D.C., to fund a new project to create historical information resources for local and regional K-12 schools and ASU academic programs.
The San Antonio Food Bank extends donations requests for deer to 29 counties. The San Antonio Food Bank is the only food bank in the country to operate its own wild game processing facility, called Casa Venado, as part of Texas’s Hunters for the Hungry Program. Donated deer are processed, with meat finishing as 1.5 lb ground meat in vacuum sealed bags.
Discover your roots and let your family’s legacy shine with the Finding Family Writing Contest. The San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society (SAGHS) invites you to delve deep into your family’s past, share captivating tales, cherished memories, and age-old legends that have shaped generations.
Fort Concho will host a fall baseball heritage program from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Oct. 14 at the site’s Living History Stables classroom, 236 Henry O. Flipper Street in San Angelo. Speakers will …
Angelo State University’s Russian Enrichment Program will host a presentation by Dr. Dora Merai, a visiting historian in the Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at the University of …
University Theatre at Angelo State University will present the dramatic comedy “Lost Girl” for its first production of the 2023-24 season, beginning Thursday, Oct. 5, in the ASU Modular …
The San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society (SAGHS) is excited to announce its return to in-person meetings after three years of virtual gatherings due to the pandemic.
Angelo State University will kick off the 2023 fall semester with its annual Rambunctious Week, Aug. 23-27, featuring a wide variety of activities designed to welcome students to campus and help new students begin making the transition to college life.
Are you familiar with basic skills in genealogy? Ready to learn more websites to try to find those relatives? It might be time to take the next step in your learning curve. Lisa Mahler, a board member of the San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society, will teach a class from on Saturday, September 16th from 1-4 pm in the computer lab at the Stephens Central Library in San Angelo
On July 27, 2023, the Lowe’s Foundation announced that Howard College in San Angelo has been selected from hundreds of applicants to receive $400,000 to as part of the foundation's investment in skilled trades training infrastructure through the Gable Grants program.
Eaton Hill Nature Center in Sonora, Texas, recently celebrated the successful conclusion of its annual summer camp. This year's theme focused on the culture and traditions of indigenous peoples from West Texas, offering an immersive and educational experience for the participants.
The 19th Annual West Texas Legislative Summit will focus on federal issues with the overarching theme of “Food, Fuel, and Enforcement: West Texas Securing the Nation.” Moreover, 2023 Summit will highlight Agriculture, Energy, Economics, and National Security. The honorary co-hosts each year are Congressman August Pfluger, Senator Charles Perry, and State Representative Drew Darby.
Big Lake’s biggest celebration of the year will take place Saturday, July 1st at Reagan County’s North Park. This year’s event will feature Stoney LaRue, Jon Wolfe and Polo Urias …
Angelo State University, in partnership with the City of San Angelo, will host the second annual Concho Valley Cybersecurity Roundup on Friday, June 23, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the McNease Convention Center, 501 Rio Concho Drive.
Fort Concho’s Western Art Show will open Thursday, June 22, with a public reception from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Barracks 6 where light refreshments will be provided.
Angelo State University has received an anonymous challenge grant of up to $1 million aimed specifically at funding renovations and updates to the ASU Rodeo Arena (formerly the Bly Arena) at the San Angelo Fairgrounds, which will be the practice facility for the new ASU Rodeo Team.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has identified Hords Creek Lake near Coleman as a site infested by invasive zebra mussels, indicating a thriving, reproducing population in the lake.
More than 1,000 Angelo State University students are scheduled to walk the stage during five spring commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday, May 12-13, in the Junell Center/Stephens Arena, 2235 S. Jackson St.
The good spring rains haven’t made it to the Concho Valley, but gardeners are the ultimate optimist. They will plant their vegetables and landscape plants with confidence of rain coming. The May gardening classes, sponsored by The People/Plant Connection, will focus on education about Hummingbirds and how to bring them to your garden and landscape.
The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved a request from the City of San Angelo on April 6, 2023, for $13,415,000 in financial assistance related to the city’s Hickory Aquifer project.