By Russell Moore, Chief Operating Officer, Big Bend Telephone Fixing America’s bridges, roads and tunnels is a major priority of the new Trump administration. Congress is already discussing plans for new infrastructure investment funding mechanisms, an effort that businesses and government are closely watching. A bipartisan group of 48 […]
Month: April 2017
Sul Ross State University invites you to celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the Presidio High School Mariachi Band and Ballet Folklorico from Presidio Public Schools. Guest Speaker Martha Sanchez. Thursday, May 4 in front of the SRSU Morgan University Center 7:00 PM Free admission.
The Big Bend Chapter of the Native Plant society of Texas will hold its spring plant sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 22 in the space behind Chambers Realty at N. 8th St. and Ave. E (the former One Way Plant Nursery yard) in […]
Alpine Independent School District Single-District 6 Board of Trustees member Kenda Belardo, has decided she will not serve another term if elected in the upcoming May 6 election. “I’ve thought long and hard about it, and the school has many exciting things coming up,” said Belardo, who added that for personal reasons […]
A federal judge has ruled — for the second time — that Texas lawmakers intentionally discriminated against Latino and black voters in passing a strict voter identification law in 2011. By Jim Malewitz April 10, 2017 5:20 PM The Texas Tribune Voters line up outside the Oak Cliff Sub-Courthouse in […]