Only 15 individuals were jailed on Sunday, many on warrants and committments stemming from previous offenses.
One person apiece was jailed for possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, driving while intoxicated and driving under the influence.
Another 15 inmates were released on Sunday.
According to the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, evidence suggests bowling dates back as far as 3200 B.C., and the sport survives to this day in several forms; from the candlepin bowling found in New England and the Canadian Maritime Provinces, to the lawn bowling still played in Great Britain.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner-elect Sid Miller announced that State Representative Tim Kleinschmidt (R, Lexington) will be the General Counsel of the Texas Department of Agriculture. Kleinschmidt will assume his new role in mid-January.
Miller said that Kleinschmidt is the best property rights attorney in Texas.
Most City offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27-28, for the Thanksgiving
There will be no garbage collection or landfill operations on Thanksgiving Day. The
offices of Republic Services, which collects garbage and operates the landfill, will also
Traffic was backed-up on the eastbound Houston Harte Expressway access road near the Southwest Blvd. intersection due to a two-vehicle crash that happened at 12:21 p.m. today.
The waiting line of cars approaching the intersection stretched approximately one-quarter mile in the direction of Sherwood Way.
A small kitchen fire erupted just before 1 p.m. Saturday in the 1600 block of Oregon Avenue, just off Foster Road in south San Angelo.
According to the San Angelo Fire Department, the fire originated on the stove, where the home’s occupant had put on a small pot of oil to cook some French fries and forgot about them.
Lemongrass, bean sprouts, and a collection of bottles marked with curvy Thai lettering rest near a cutting board in the kitchen at 2102 Howard St. Between the laughter of her two sons and the movement of workers organizing equipment in the building, Usanee “Moo” Lloyd turns on her new gas stove for the first time.
“I love to cook,” she smiles. “The dream comes true today.”
In their never ending quest so save lives with transfusable blood products, the team at United Blood Services in San Angelo explains that different blood products have different life spans, and the crucial platelets that many patients depend on have the shortest life span—five days from the time they are donated.
The San Angelo-Tom Green County Health Department will be closed Monday, Dec. 1, as its nursing staff assists Texas Department of State Health Services officials with a sexually transmitted diseases/HIV outreach clinic
The clinic will be conducted at Angelo State University in conjunction with World AIDS Day
The San Angelo Elks Lodge will hold its annual, city wide Hoop Shoot contest. This event will be held on December 2nd, at Sierra Vista Methodist Church Gym at 6:30 p.m.
Sierra Vista is located at 4522 College Hills Boulevard.