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10-Week Entrepreneurial Class Begins Soon at Business Resource Center

by Matt McDaniel

Aug 27, 2014

Dave Erickson with Angelo State University’s Small Business Development Center said the registration deadline is nearing for a 30-hour course his office is hosting on entrepreneurial development at the Business Resource Center.

Commissioner's Court OKs New Budget, Lowers Tax Rate Slightly

by Matt McDaniel

Aug 27, 2014

The Tom Green County Commissioner’s Court unanimously approved the new budget and tax rate for the upcoming fiscal year during their Tuesday meeting at the Judge Edd B. Keyes Building in San Angelo.

With an extra-long agenda to work through, which included a recess to convene a public hearing on the budget, the meeting lasted about two and a half hours.

Sonora Mortgage to Open New San Angelo Office

by Chelsea Reinhard

Aug 26, 2014

Sonora Mortgage, a Division of Sonora Bank, based in Boerne, will be expanding their operation and enhancing their customer service with the opening of a new office in San Angelo.  The division, responsible for residential mortgage lending for Sonora Bank, welcomes Tessa Easley and Cristal Ostrander.

ASU Nursing Director Named Davidson Chair

by Chelsea Reinhard

Aug 26, 2014

Dr. Wrennah Gabbert, chair of Angelo State University’s Department of Nursing and director of the nursing program, has been named the James A. “Buddy” Davidson Chair in Nursing Excellence in ASU’s College of Health and Human Services.

Theft Tops Monday Crimes

by Chelsea Reinhard

Aug 26, 2014

Twenty-five individuals were jailed on Monday, eight of which were booked on charges of theft or burglary. Two more were jailed for marijuana possession, as well as one apiece for assault, evading arrest, possession, manufacture/delivery, organized crime and public intoxication.

Several of those jailed were booked on warrants and committments. Thirty-two inmates were released on Monday. 

Citizens Halt Development of New South Bryant Wal-Mart Supercenter For Now

by Matt McDaniel

Aug 26, 2014

SAN ANGELO—“I hope my heart holds out,” Bill Neil said, as he walked to the podium at the City Planning Commission Meeting at McNease Convention Center in San Angelo on Monday.

Downtown Association to Host Regional Roundtable in San Angelo

by Matt McDaniel

Aug 26, 2014

Austin, Texas –The Texas Downtown Association and Texas Economic Development Council (EDC) announced that they are co-hosting a Regional Roundtable in San Angelo on Thursday, September 18.

Governor's Legal Team Files for Writ of Habeas Corpus

by Matt McDaniel

Aug 26, 2014

AUSTIN -- Monday, Gov. Rick Perry’s legal team filed a pretrial application for writ of habeas corpus seeking to bar the prosecution of Gov. Perry on multiple constitutional grounds.

City Hiring School Crossing Guards

by Joe Hyde

Aug 26, 2014

The City of San Angelo is seeking school crossing guard applicants willing to work approximately three hours each school day split between mornings and afternoons.

Sitel is Hiring

by Joe Hyde

Aug 26, 2014

Sitel is hiring more call center customer service agents at its San Angelo call center, 2702 Loop 306.  In a press release, Sitel's human resources director said, "We hire talented people who share our passion for providing exceptional customer service."