Early Voting began Monday in the County Clerk’s in the Republican and Democratic Primary elections.

ELDORADO – Parents with children and adolescents enrolled in Medicaid and CHIPS can help to keep their family healthy through active participation in the Texas Health Steps program. Texas Health Steps or “T-Steps” offers routine checkups for children from birth to age 20, and pays for all costs.

ARRESTS February 13 • Charles J. Lozano, 54-year-old male. Offense - Public Intoxication. Released on 2/14/2018, citation.

Not knowing how to date this tale, I will just base it in the late ‘70’s. In the summer time, when school was out, our kids were involved in junior rodeo, or to be exact, AJRA.

Paul Schmidt of Liberty is a retired chemical engineer. During his working years he traveled the world and became interested in cooking. He attended some culinary classes. He started creating plates of food that are pleasing to the eye.

Change is inevitable, necessary and even desired. We choose change all the time. We change our oil, address, hair color, diet, job, friends, toilet paper roll, underwear and even our operating system. We contemplate change regularly. Should I trade in my old car? Get a new pair of shoes? Change cell phone providers? Would the kitchen look better with yellow walls? Should I buy two percent milk instead of whole?

Schleicher County Commissioners met Monday, February 12th and voted unanimously to grant a tax abatement to the Lost Mines Wind Energy Project.

Alex A. Gryczewski, 24, of Frankfort, Illinois, is behind bars in the Schleicher County Jail after Deputy Jose Osornio pursued the black Toyota pickup he was driving north into Tom Green County, through San Angelo and to a point near Water Valley on U.S. 87 where the vehicle was finally stopped after being disabled by spike strips.

Mere hours after Schleicher Commissioners voted to grant a tax abatement for the Lost Mines Wind Energy Project, representatives of the project were on hand to pitch the idea to the Schleicher County ISD board of trustees.

The January 20th First United Methodist Church garage sale netted $655.

What does Eldorado have in common with Atlanta, Chicago, Denver and New York City? Grease which combines with other stuff, but especially with disposable baby wipes, to clog sewer lines with masses of debris known in the sewer business as “fatbergs.”

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) and Congressman Jodey Arrington (TX-19) today released the following statements after the U.S. Air Force announced that existing bomber bases, including Dyess Air Force Base in Abilene, will remain bomber bases into the future as Northrop Grumman’s next-generation B-21 “Raiders” become operational.

“Little Hats, Big Hearts” a project designed to raise awareness about heart disease

I’m gonna miss my buddy Tom Cox who passed away Dec 31. I didn’t know Tom very well at Baylor. He was in psychology and journalism. I was in English and drama. I knew him, of course. Everybody knew Tom, that little guy from Arkansas who had a mischievous look and always appeared to be cooking up some kind of big deal.

My husband and I aren’t big gamblers. I suppose it stems from the fact that we’ve never really had a large pile of cash we were itching to lose. Plus neither one of us was born the lucky gene. So if you ever see us at a casino, rest assured, we’re there for the buffet.

“Words failed us”--accompanied by a smiley face--provided a touch of grim humor on the front door of a bookstore when its owner declared Chapter XI bankruptcy.

Alex A. Gryczewski, 24, of Frankfort, Illinois, is behind bars today after Schleicher County Deputy Jose Osornio pursued the black Toyota pickup he was driving from Eldorado to northwest Tom Green County where his vehicle was disabled using spike strips.

ARRESTS February 3 • Juan Jesus Martinez, 44-year-old male. Offense- Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. Released on 2/3/18, $2,000 bond. February 5 • Ricky Martin Ruiz, 34-year-old male. Offense- JP Warrants out of Schleicher County. Not released, still in custody.

On January 27th, 8th grade Mighty Eagle Band members, Jocelyn Massey, Jonathan McGee, Anali Reyes, and Kali Soto performed at the ATSSB All-Region Middle School Band Concert at the Ballinger High School Auditorium under the direction of clinician Barry Morgan, band director at Lubbock Cooper MS. Mr. Morgan is a distinguished director who has had multiple appearances in the finals at the Texas State Marching Band Contest as well as 17 UIL Sweepstakes Awards.

DPS Sergeant Justin Baker DPS, who is the safety education and media communications with the San Angelo DPS office is now a certified instructor in Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (C.R.A.S.E.) and Train-the-Trainer by ALERRT.

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