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New Restaurant and Music Venue Coming to San Angelo

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jul 28, 2014

For the past four years, Timothy Condon has carried the reputation of the chef behind the city’s best burgers. Serving full-time out food truck stationed at Harris and Koenigheim St., business has been booming at Lonestar Cheeseburger, but the executive chef has set his sights on a space less mobile.

Registration Deadline Nears for San Angelo Chamber's Legislative Summit, Energy Expo

by Matt McDaniel

Jul 28, 2014

The largest number of State and Federal legislators and industry experts to date are confirmed to participate in the West Texas Legislative Summit August 5-7. As attendees gather to explore the topic “Energy in West Texas,” these speakers will share information about the opportunities and challenges related to the energy surge in our region.

Sheriff Identifies ATV Crash Victims and Circumstances of the Fatal Rollover

by Joe Hyde

Jul 27, 2014

A 12-year-old girl driving an ATV was killed in a crash on a hunting ranch north of San Angelo at approximately 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Tom Green County Sheriff David Jones identified he deceased as Anayavilet Almazan, 12, of Midland. Jones confirmed that she was driving the 2011 Polaris Ranger with seating for six northbound on the main ranch road. They were headed back to the lodge when the rollover crash happened.

Police: A Distracted, Unlicensed Driver Causes Four-Vehicle Crash at Sunset and Southwest

by Joe Hyde

Jul 27, 2014

The was a multiple-vehicle pile-up at the intersection of Sunset Drive and Southwest Blvd. early Sunday afternoon. The 911 call came in at 12:25 p.m.

At the scene, there appear to be some injuries. A Lincoln MKZ, a blue Ford Taurus LX, a blue Toyota 4-Runner, and a Chevrolet 2500 pickup truck owned by Systems Electiric have damage. It appears to be a cascading rear-ending of vehicles.

12-Year-Old Girl Dies in Tragic ATV Crash Near Grape Creek

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jul 26, 2014

Tom Green County Sheriff David Jones confirmed Saturday evening at 8:30 p.m that a 12-year-old girl has died from injuries sustained in an ATV accident on the El Escondrijo Ranch south of Grape Creek, just off U.S. 87. According to the sheriff, as many as six people could have been on the ATV when the crash happened.

Crash on Sherwood Way Saturday Morning

by Joe Hyde

Jul 26, 2014

A two-vehicle crash had Sherwood Way near the Arden Road intersection blocked at 10 a.m. Saturday morning.

According to the San Angelo police investigating the scene, the driver of a black Honda CRV SUV was attempting to turn onto Sherwood Way from Horn Street and indicated to police that she didn’t see the oncoming white Chevrolet step side pickup truck. The pickup crashed into the CRV.

Local Teenagers Advance to National Cooking Competition

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jul 26, 2014

The culinary prowess of four local teenagers brought a state title home to Tom Green County last month, when the 4H Food Challenge cooking team took first prize at the state competition.

Governor Perry Appoints San Angelo Lawyer to State Commission

by Joe Hyde

Jul 26, 2014

San Angelo attorney Carmen Dusek was appointed by Governor Rick Perry to the state’s Protect Our Kids Commission. The term expires at the discretion of the governor. The commission studies and provides recommendations to the Texas Legislature regarding best practices and evidence-based strategies to address and reduce child abuse and fatalities.

Bosque Restrooms Back in Service

by Joe Hyde

Jul 26, 2014

The permanent restrooms are back in service in The Bosque along the Concho River walk after quicker-than-expected repairs to the facilities by City Water Utility Maintenance crews.