San Angelo Angelo State News
A young male, approximately college-aged, on a bike was struck by a GMC Sierra Pickup near the intersection of Rosemont and Ave. N. The victim has refused treatment at the scene from EMS. The victim appears to be shaken up, but not seriously injured. The driver of the pickup is also at the scene.
San Angelo Police are investigating.
We will have more as the investigation unfolds.
Dr. Manuel Zamora of the Angelo State University Security Studies and Criminal Justice faculty has been selected for a Distinguished Alumni Award Honorable Mention by the Graduate College of Social Work (GCSW) at the University of Houston.
For the last 38 years, the West Texas Medical Associates Distinguished Lectureship in Science honoring Dr. Roy E. Moon has continued to bring vibrant, relevant speakers to our community and Angelo State University (ASU). With the threat of pandemics across the globe, this year was no different. Dr.
Joshua Logsdon, a senior in Angelo State University’s Honors Program, has been selected as one of only 15 recipients nationwide of the 2014 Gilder Lehrman History Scholar Award by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History in New York.
The Games: The #11 Angelo State University women’s softball team looked to continue their six game winning streak in a three-game series over the weekend in San Angelo at Mayer Field against Eastern New Mexico University.
The series started off Friday night with a Rambelle shutout against Eastern New Mexico 8-0 in six innings.
A nearly six hour trip toward the bank of Lake Texoma began this past Friday for the Angelo State University Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society (Tri-Beta). They traversed to their annual regional convention at the University of Oklahoma Biological Field Station.
Angelo State University’s online master’s degree in criminal justice program has been ranked one of the top programs in the U.S. for 2014 by BestOnlineColleges.org, an educational website that ranks online degree programs in all disciplines.
The Games: The #10 Angelo State Rambelles softball team played 2 double-headers over the weekend for a total of 4 games versus #24 Midwestern State University.
On the heels of a $1.4 million donation by Dr. Robert and Jean Ann LeGrand to provide the newly named LeGrand Stadium and Sports Complex at 1st Community Credit Union Field with new seats and lights, the Rams can now play on the campus of Angelo State.
Residents descended on the Red Arroyo in three different locations Saturday in San Angelo for the River Clean Up on World Water Day, a major cleanup effort that was the final event of World Water Week.
Under cloudy skies, concerned citizens filled bag after bag with trash and said they hope it will rain tomorrow.