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Agriplex Area Residents Show Support for Iraan Braves
Dec 09, 2016   05:00 PM

Agriplex area schools and citizens will show their support Friday for the Iraan-Sheffield School District and the Iraan Braves as they travel along U. S. Highways 67 and 83 en route to their Class 1-A State Semifinal football game at Shotwell Stadium in Abilene.

The Iraan Braves are scheduled to depart San Angelo around 2:45 this afternoon, traveling along U.S. Highway 67 to Miles, Rowena, and Ballinger, then taking U.S. 83 to Winters and on to Abilene.  

Miles Junior High and High School students and members of the community will line the side of the road just before 3:00 PM, as law enforcement and volunteer fire department equipment and personnel escort the buses through Miles.  The caravan will continue to Rowena and Ballinger, where Ballinger ISD students and community members will line the streets of the route to show their support for the Braves.  The caravan will continue to be escorted by fire and law enforcement units along U.S. Highway 83 to Winters, where Winters ISD students and community members will line the route to show their support of the Braves. 

Agriplex area residents are encouraged to wear the Iraan Braves's school colors, which are red and black, display signs, and show support for the school and its students, faculty, staff, and community members.

The school and community were rocked just one week ago when an activity bus carrying the Iraan Braves cheerleaders and their sponsors was involved in a crash with a truck-tractor semi-trailer on Interstate 20 near Big Spring.  The crash injured several of the cheerleaders and claimed the life of their cheerleading sponsor, 52 year old Liz Pope. 

Texas Grain Producers to Vote on Producer Referendum
Dec 09, 2016   05:00 PM

Texas grain producers can vote December 5 through December 9, 2016 for a producer referendum that, if approved, would create a refundable assessment of two tenths percent of the gross sales price of the grain in Texas.  The assessment would be collected at the "first point" of sale grain buyer in Texas.

Eligible produers can vote at any Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service county office during each office's regular business hours.

If passed, the funds would be collected at the "first point of sale" grain buyer when producers sell their grain, and remit to the Texas Grain Producer Indemnity Board.  The rules adopted by the Texas Grain Producer Indemnity Board set an assessment of two tenths percent of the gross sales price of the grain. 

Any grain producer regardless of age who has sold grain in Texas anytime between December 5, 2013, and December 5, 2016, is eligible to vote.   Each producer may only vote once.  Youth younger than 16 years of age must have a parent or guardian co-sign the ballot.  For more information, including voting locations and hours, visit www.texasagriculture.gov or the Runnels County Extension Office at (325) 365-5042

Carnegie Library Christmas Tea
Dec 10, 2016   10:00 AM

The Carnegie Library will host their annual Christmas Tea on Saturday (December 10) beginning at 10:00 AM.  Tickets are available at a cost of $10.00 per person and can be purchased at the Carnegie Library or from any Library Board Member.  Proceeds will benefit the Carnegie Library of Ballinger.  For more information about the Christmas Tea, contact the library at (325) 365-3616 or Sue Morrish at (325) 977-4107. 

St. Joseph's Blood Drive
Dec 10, 2016   06:00 PM

St. Joseph's Catholic Church will host a blood drive on Saturday (December 10) from 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM in the St. Joseph's Family Center in Rowena.  To schedule an appointment, contact Jeane (JEE-nee) Irby at 227-9083 or Margaret Watkins at 977-2296.  If you can, please give the gift of life.   

Carnegie Library Christmas Home Tour
Dec 11, 2016   05:30 PM

The Carnegie Library will have their Christmas Home Tour on Sunday (December 11) From 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM.  Cost is $10.00 per person.  Tickets may be purchased at the Carnegie Library or at any home participating in the Home Tour.  A reception will be held at Mid-West Artist Guild, located at 108 S. 9th Street in Ballinger, from 3:30 PM until 5:30 PM for those taking part in the Home Tour.  Come see the fabulous stops on the Christmas Home Tour and support your local Carnegie Library.  For more information on the Christmas Home Tour, contact the Carnegie Library at (325) 365-3616 or Suzann Riley at (325) 365-2429. 

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