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ASU to Host Department of State Diplomat

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 24, 2014

Angelo State University’s Career Development Office will host veteran diplomat Floyd S. Cable for an information session on career opportunities and internships with the U.S. Department of State on Tuesday, Oct. 28, in the Houston Harte University Center, 1910 Rosemont Drive.

Shannon Hospitalist Earns Board Certification

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 24, 2014

Gopimohan Das, MD, Shannon Hospitalist, received his board certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Aggravated Assault, Theft and Drugs Comprise Thursday Bookings

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 24, 2014

The vast majority of the individuals booked into the county jail on Thursday had multiple charges and/or warrants. 

Theft led the report again with five counts among the 28 booked, followed by marijuana possession at three, and public intoxication, DWI, manufacture/delivery and possession of drugs at two counts apiece.

Patchy Fog May Have Been a Factor in U.S. 67 Crash Friday Morning

by Joe Hyde

Oct 24, 2014

Fog may have been a factor in a major vehicle crash on U.S. 67 northbound near the intersection of the Old Ballinger Highway at 8:30 a.m. Friday morning. Fog is lifting with the morning sun but continues to be think in patches when traveling up the highway to the crash scene.

Film Director Asks, 'Why Leave Texas?'

by Ben Tinsley

Oct 24, 2014

Like many film directors, Daniel Millican would one day love to work with veteran Texas actor Matthew McConaughey, who owns the nearby LP Ranch and is known to occasionally shop in San Angelo.

Nine Felonies in Four Days: San Angelo Youth Pleas to Crime Spree

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 24, 2014

The files read like fiction: Three kids—one a teen, the other two 20-somethings—charged and indicted on a litany of felonies stemming from a four-day crime spree in a town of 100,000 that involves theft, guns and a recurring red Chevy truck.

Express Energy Services: Innovative Programs Help Texas Company Stay on Top

by Matt McDaniel

Oct 24, 2014

The oil & gas industry has changed dramatically over the past few decades, and companies that want to stay on top as industry leaders are putting a major emphasis on safety, customer satisfaction and employee retention.

Civic Ballet Announces Upcoming "Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party"

by Joe Hyde

Oct 24, 2014

Tickets are available for the San Angelo Civic Ballet’s fourth annual Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party Sunday, November 16, 2014, at the Historic Fort Concho Stables. The Ballet will host two seatings of the Tea Party: 2:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Special pre-sale Nutcracker tickets will be available for purchase at both seatings.

Catholic Artist to Release Full-Length Movie

by Joe Hyde

Oct 24, 2014

Artist David Kauffman, a longtime friend of and occasional performer in the Catholic Diocese of San Angelo, is set to release "The One I Wrote for You," a full-length family motion picture about an aspiring singer Ben Cantor (Cheyenne Jackson), who gave up a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a singer/songwriter, and settled instead for a pleasant albeit less-fulfilling life as a coffee shop barista and family m

ASU’s Club Café to Host Comic

by Joe Hyde

Oct 24, 2014

Angelo State University’s Club Café coffeehouse-style entertainment series will feature comedienne Tracey Ashley at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, in the Houston Harte University Center, 1910 Rosemont Drive.

Ag Team Wins First Range Contest

by Joe Hyde

Oct 24, 2014

Angelo State University’s inaugural Undergraduate Range Management Team took first place in its initial contest, the Texas Section Society for Range Management’s (TSSRM) Undergraduate Range Management Examination, earlier this month at Sul Ross State University in Alpine.

Eagle Pass Border Patrol Agents Arrest Convicted Murderer

by Joe Hyde

Oct 24, 2014

DEL RIO – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Eagle Pass South Station apprehended a convicted murderer recently.   

Miracle Temple Toy Drive and Giveaway for Christmas

by Joe Hyde

Oct 24, 2014

Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ has partnered with Angelo State University’s Public Relations Principles class to coordinate a Christmas Toy Drive and Giveaway that will help local San Angelo families who may be struggling financially this holiday season.  A community toy giveaway will be held on Saturday, December 13th from 2:00 pm – to 5:00 pm to give away the toys that have been donated.  The age

19 Jailed Wednesday

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 23, 2014

Drugs contributed to the highest number of jailings on Wednesday, when three were booked for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, two for pot, and one for possession of a dangerous drug.

In addition, two inmates were booked on public intoxication charges, two for theft, one for evading arrest, one for organized crime and one for injury to a child/elderly/diabled person.

Six Accused Child Predators Indicted

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 23, 2014

The grand jury this month passed down a list of 77 indictments in the county, five of which involved crimes committed against children and teens.

The offenses of the accused range from aggravated sexual assault of a child to online solicitation of a minor and a failure to register as a sex offender.

"Chili-Heads" Get Ready for 48th Annual Competition in Terlingua

by Matt McDaniel

Oct 23, 2014

Every year around the first of November the population of Terlingua, in the Big Bend of Texas, swells considerably as “chili-heads” flock to the famous spot to attend one, or both, of the competing chili cook-offs: The Francis X. Tolbert-Wick Fowler International Original Terlingua Championship Chili Cook-Off and the Chili Appreciation Society International’s Terlingua Chili Championship

Meth and Pillaging Up in October

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 23, 2014

Drug possession and child crimes are up again in grand jury indictments, accounting for over half of the charges doled out among the 69 individuals formerly charged in October.

Man on Probation for Child Sexual Assault in Two Counties Jailed

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 22, 2014

A 28-year-old man that was sentenced to 10 years probation in two cases of sexually assaulting female teenagers in Irion and Tom Green counties has been put back in jail for violating the terms of his probation here.

SAPD Seeks Two Wanted Subjects

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 22, 2014

The San Angelo Police Department is seeking information on two subjects wanted for unrelated crimes. 

The first is Justin Linthicum, who is wanted for burglary of a habitation and credit/debit card abuse.

Assault Ranks First in Tuesday Jail Bookings

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 22, 2014

Twenty-seven individuals were put behind bars on Tuesday, the majority of which were booked on multiple charges and/or warrants for previous offenses. 

Assault accounted for the highest number of charges at five counts, followed by theft and burglary at four. Pot, public intoxication and possession each brought in two individuals, followed by one evading arrest charge.

Pfluger's Shrewd Strategy to Flee His Sand Trap

by Ben Tinsley

Oct 22, 2014

Businessman Lee Pfluger said Tuesday afternoon he might be willing to sell or trade the 10 acres of land he owns to the city as an alternative to developing a sand transloading facility.

Rehab Counselor Talks Advantages of Disabled Employees

by Matt McDaniel

Oct 22, 2014

Patricia Ray was the featured speaker for this month’s Business Brown Bag Lunch at the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.

Truck Headed for Oil Field Crashes Just off the Houston-Harte Expressway

by Joe Hyde

Oct 21, 2014

A truck tractor pulling a semi-trailer bound for the oil field lost control on the Houston-Harte Expressway Tuesday evening.

The driver told police that he lost all power to his steering and brakes while attempting to exit the roadway. The truck veered through a guardrail into the ditch between the service road and the expressway and then rolled back down.

Report: Two Goodfellow AFB Officers Rescued Infant from Fatal South Bryant Crash

by Joe Hyde

Oct 21, 2014

Two Goodfellow AFB officers were among the first to the scene of the Oct. 9 fatal crash of the Chevy S-10 and the semi-truck on South Bryant. According to Goodfellow Public Affairs, the officers were able to pull the mother’s baby out of the wreckage.

Man Sentenced to Seven Years for Seven Felonies

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 21, 2014

The jury in the trial of John Lynn Kolster, Jr. returned a guilty verdict after two and a half hours of deliberation on Tuesday, returning for the punishment phase at just before 2 p.m. when they heard final arguments and passed down a sentence of seven years.

Two Jailed for Car Theft Monday

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 21, 2014

Twenty-two individuals walked into the jail in handcuffs Monday, many of which were booked on multiple different charges.