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Hobbs man killed in Andrews Co. crash

A Hobbs, NM, man is dead following a rollover accident in Andrews County. The accident happened on State Highway 176, about 10 miles east of Eunice, NM, early Monday morning. We're told a 1998 Dodge pickup, driven by Kutter Randolph, 20, of Hobbs, was traveling east on State Highway 176, entered a c

NEWSWEST9.COM - 2017-11-21 16:42:51

20-year-old dead following Andrews County crash Monday

ANDREWS COUNTY -- According to DPS, 20-year-old Kutter Randolph from Hobbs, NM is dead following a crash in Andrews County. DPS tells us that the crash occurred on Monday, November 20 at 4:35 a.m. at Highway 176, 10 miles east of Eunice, NM. According to DPS, he was traveling in a 1998, Dodge, pick

CBS7.COM - 2017-11-21 19:15:00

Mustangs taking the playoffs 'one game at a time'

ANDREWS - The Andrews Mustangs made it into the Area round playoffs after defeating Borger on Friday. Their path to the regional final got a lot easier after Decatur upset Abilene Wyle. But for the Mustangs, they are not even looking that far ahead. They just want to get past the Area round for t

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Curb Side serving free Thanksgiving meal

The restaurant Curb Side Bistro 2014 will serve a "no questions asked meal" on Thanksgiving Day to anyone who shows up in what chef and co-owner Alejandro Barrientos described as a way of showing his thanks using what he knows best: food. It's the third year the restaurant has offered a free Thanksg

ODESSA AMERICAN ONLINE - 2017-11-21 13:30:00

Big Spring Man Killed in Weekend Crash

MIDLAND COUNTY, Texas (Local 2/Fox 24) - A 43-year-old Big Spring man killed following a crash over the weekend in Midland County, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Troopers were called to the crash around 4:35 a.m. Saturday at State Highway 137 and FM 307. Officials say the driv

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Marching tradition sidelined for now

An online petition has been set up pertaining to the Permian High School Band marching through the halls of the school playing the fight song when the team makes it to the playoffs. The goal is 2,500 signatures. The marching tradition did not occur Friday following a pep rally. The online petition s

ODESSA AMERICAN ONLINE - 2017-11-21 13:00:00

Daughter shares final memories with father before he was killed

ODESSA -- It's been less than a year since John Morgan was killed in a car accident on New Year's Eve. "The last thing he said to me was I love you more than anything in the world," reflected Elizabeth Blount. She wears a necklace with her father's ashes every day. "I got something to hold onto, and

CBS7.COM - 2017-11-22 01:40:00

DPS identifies man killed in crash east of Midland

MIDLAND COUNTY -- DPS has identified the victim of a crash that happened on Saturday morning. According to DPS, their troopers responded to a call of a crash at the intersection of FM 307 and State Highway 137 seven miles east of Midland at 4:35 a.m. When troopers arrived on scene they found a cras

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SV police arrest man for molesting child

Police arrested John Lucian Shearer, who also had a warrant out for his arrest on a second degree burglary charge. SVPD SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. (KGUN9-TV) - Sierra Vista police arrested a 34-year-old man on charges of child molestation and sexual conduct with a minor Friday. Police arrested John Lucia

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Christmas is around the corner

The staff at Copper Queen Medical Complex of Douglas ignited the holiday spirit, on Nov. 19, with their annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. The event honored the memory of local loved ones, as residents purchased dedicated Christmas ornaments. Honorees included Avery Pepper Galas, Rosario Lopez, Josue "C

DAILY DISPATCH - 2017-11-22 16:25:00

Registration underway for Bisbee Economic Luncheon

The 2017 Bisbee Economic Outlook Luncheon, hosted by Cochise College's Small Business Development Center and Center for Economic Research, will be held Thursday, December 7, at Turquoise Valley Golf, Restaurant & RV Park, 1794 W. Newell Street, Naco, AZ. Doors open at 11:00 a.m.; program begins at 1

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The Amerind Foundation Celebrates 80th Anniversary

The Amerind Foundation is celebrating its history by hosting "A Night at the Amerind Museum" on Saturday, Dec. 9, from 5-8 p.m.,at the museum in Dragoon. The evening will be marked by the opening of the new permanent exhibit "Without Borders: The Deep History of Paquime," which focuses on the ancien

SAN PEDRO VALLEY NEWS-SUN - 2017-11-21 22:54:00

Amanda Zamudio wants all to benefit from 4-H

During a typical week, Amanda Zamudio bounces from one 4-H school club to another, helping Nogales and Rio Rico-area youth care for their gardens, learn about nutrition and make smoothies on a bicycle-powered blender. She also holes up in her office, making sure her team of parent volunteers are on

NOGALES INTERNATIONAL - 2017-11-21 14:03:00

Best of the rest, from Nov. 22

Family Thanksgiving Communion: 7-8 p.m. at Christian Life Church, 2700 Bush River Road. We offer an open communion for all who believe that Jesus Christ is their savior. Childcare for those 4 years old and younger. Free. www.christianlifecolumbia.com Small Business Saturday: All day at Five Points.

THE STATE - 2017-11-21 14:41:00

Victim in fatal Clarendon wreck identified

The victim of the fatal wreck in Clarendon County on Saturday has been identified as Elexander Dow of Summerton. The 49-year-old died when his 1998 Ford Explorer caught fire after striking a tree while he was traveling eastbound on Moses Dingle Road in Summerton at about 11:45 p.m. Dow's family was

ITEM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Strength of humility: Siblings gather to give thanks for legacy late parents left behind

The children of the late Harvey and Mary "Inell" Johnson of Bowman and their families are coming together this Thanksgiving from across the nation to pay tribute to their parents and to honor and celebrate their legacy. One of those children, Mary Rapier of Nashville, Tennessee, said the second bien

TIMES AND DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 23:35:00

Penny is sweet, loving to everyone

Penny is sweet and loving to everyone she meets. She gets along well with other dogs but needs a home without cats. She walks nicely on leash. Penny is a medium-sized girl, who weighs 48 pounds. She is in kennel 24 at Sumter Animal Control. Call the Animal Control adoption coordinator at (803) 774-3

ITEM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

'It's OK to be white' fliers found at USC campus

A University of South Carolina student has reported spotting an "It's OK to be white" flier on campus. Vaidehi Gajjar posted on social media Monday morning that she ran into the flier at the University of South Carolina's Coker Life Sciences building at 700 Sumter Street. Gajjar identifies herself o

THE STATE

Body of missing woman found in shallow grave, suspect in custody in killing

A suspect in the killing of a Sumter woman is in custody. The Sumter County Sheriff's Office announced just before 7 a.m., on Monday that the suspect in custody is for the killing of Suzette Ginther. The suspect's name was not released. Ginther, 27, was shot in the head, said Sumter County Coroner R

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Ways that Sumter residents can safely enjoy the holiday

With lengthy to-do lists and two days to prepare a meal for the entire family, many people can expect to see the storm before the calm this Thanksgiving holiday. While this may not be the first rodeo for many families, there are a few tips that can help ensure everyone can safely enjoy the holiday a

ITEM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00