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New fire engine for Station #4

The Big Spring Fire Department added a new fire engine to the fleet. The community was able to join in the celebration on Thursday afternoon, at Station #4. A prayer was done over the new engine and

BSISD Class of 2019 top students announced

Big Spring ISD has announced the top two students for the graduating class of 2019. This year, Cooper Miller and Dora Hickam are neck and neck for the Valedictorian and Salutatorian. Cooper Miller i

Lady Steer Leah Davila joins teammate Alexis Starr and signs with Cisco Junior College

Big Spring standout softball player Leah Davila signed her letter of intent to play at Cisco Junior College Thursday morning at the BSHS ATC. With the signing Davila will join fellow Lady Steer Ale

CASA Mixer - Building Hope

CASA of West Texas is looking to build a new building in Big Spring, in order to better serve the children in Howard County. However, there are still several needs and the top two are Volunteers and

Another Big signing for the Lady Steers

Lady Steer Leah Davila will be signing a Softball letter of intent today! The signing will be held in the ATC film room @ 10:30am. We encourage you to attend if possible.  Leah will be signing with

CASA Building Hope Mixer

Join CASA at Star Chrysler Dodge for the Building Hope Mixer, a CASA capital campaign party with a purpose. Representatives will be on hand from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. providing information on how the c

Farewell reception for Public Affairs Officer Sheila Austin held Tuesday

HERALD photo/Roger Cline VA Public Affairs Officer Sheila Austin will be moving on to serve in the role of Public Affairs Officer in Alabama. Austin is a Army veteran.

HOPE Foundation grants awarded

Courtesy photo HOPE Foundation grants were recently distributed to 10 area teachers. The teachers will be able to use the funds to build projects and learning opportunities for student's inside thei

Adoptive Fathers for Masked Bobwhite Quail

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists have brought male northern bobwhite quail from Texas to the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Arizona to mentor native masked bobwhite qu

Fill the Boot set for Saturday

Fill the Boot campaign is coming up. Time to bring out the change and help support the MDA annual campaign.

Update: Flash Flood Watch

UPDATE: (from the National Weather Service) Event: Flash Flood Warning (why am I getting this notice?) Effective: 11:58 PM CDT on 05/20/2019 Expires: 03:00 AM CDT on 05/21/2019

Apache Trout - From near Extinction to EcoTourism

For this episode of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southwest Region's podcast "Shop Talk" we are talking shop with fish biologists at the Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery on the Fort A

San Marcos Mussel Biologists Sciencing the Way to Healthy River Systems and Clean Water

For this episode of Shop Talk, we are talking shop with Aquatic Biologist Josh Abel of the San Marcos Aquatic Resources Center in Texas, where scientists are optimistic and hard at work on the cuttin

How Maggots Help Game Wardens Fight Poachers

For this episode of Shop Talking, we are talking shop with wildlife conservation law enforcement experts on how forensics sciences are used to detect wildlife crimes.Story: https://www.fws.gov/southw

A Delicate Dance - Insights from a Lifetime in Attwater’s Recovery

In this episode of Shop Talk we’re talking shop with Mike Morrow. He’s a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wildlife biologist at the Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge in Eagle Lake,

Enforcing Federal Wildlife Laws on the US-Mexico Border

For this episode of Shop Talk, we are talking shop with Federal Wildlife Inspector Jeff Moore, who is the only person with that title in Arizona, where no work day is the same as the next. As a law e

Long Wharf Community Conservation

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Preserving Nature Preserving Heritage

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Pond Lily Dam Removal

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Cazadores Furtivos y Protectores: La Historia de los Guacamayos Rojos en Honduras

En la región peligrosa de la Moskitia en Honduras, los cazadores furtivos buscan pollos y huevos de los guacamayos silvestres. Su objetivo: venderlos en el lucrativo comercio ilegal de mascotas. Par

The Home Inspection

You always need a home inspection before buying a house. No matter how old, how new or how renovated you should never buy a house without an inspection first. There is no such thing as the perfect ho

It’s Home Safety Month

According to the Center for Disease Control. unintentional injuries are the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., overtaking  strokes on the list. Most accidental injuries are completely prevent

Spring Into Home Maintenance

When the spring weather beckons, it’s easy to concentrate on the great outdoors-whether digging in the garden or taking a bike ride. It’s also a good time to check the condition of the home’s ex

Tips to Maintaining Your Garage

Most homeowners don’t think much about their garage doors; until they don’t open. Fortunately, newer garage doors come self-lubricated or with plastic parts that need no oil. Older doors may need

Apps Help to Make Moving Easier

Is there anything worse that moving? Maybe not, but new apps help keep owners and renters organized, on-track and on-the-move. The free Moving Day app an be launched the moment packing starts to recor

New Homes in 2016 Bigger & Better

What a difference a decade makes. In 2005, the average cost of a new home (in the U.S.) was $297,00 and that measured approximately  2400 square feet, according to the U.S Census Bureau. Figures rece

Do-It-Yourself Backsplash in a Weekend

The average minor kitchen renovation costs $19,226 as of 2015, according to Remodeling Magazine. A kitchen renovation at that price includes new cabinet fronts and hardware,new oven and stove-top, new

Dial Down When Not Around

Many consumers have been slow to purchase a programmable thermostat. A recent survey showed that only 37 percent of homes use them. Programmable thermostats may leave you cold (or warm), depending on

No Time To Give Gutters A Pass

Avid gardeners know all about fall clean-up. When a perennial fails to bloom anymore, they cut it back. They clean up plant debris from beds and borders. Homeowners need to follow a similar fall check

Chinese Drywall

Like Donald Trump says, "We're losing to China," and there's no difference when it comes to drywall.Chinese Drywall contains sulfur causing a black corrosion and damage to electric wiring, HVAC compo

Thermal Imaging – What You Can’t See, Can Hurt You

Every home inspector employed at John Robinson’s Inspection Group, shows up to each and every home inspection equipped with thousands of dollars worth of home inspection tools to provide our San D

Importance of Re-Winterizing Properties After a Home Inspection

During the cold winter months vacant properties without electricity are typically winterized to keep pipes from freezing and bursting.Winterizing properties can be done in a few ways.  Most typically

Preparing For A Home Inspection

There are good reasons for a homeowner to prepare for a home inspection, including getting the most value for money spent.  While a buyer will almost always request an inspection before the closing,

Lookout Inspections Joins HITA

Lookout Inspections owner and home inspector Edwin Bear joined the Home Inspectors of Tennessee Association (HITA) this past week.HITA announced they will offer a one year membership to all Internatio


When issues are found during a home inspection it is always recommended to have the repairs completed by a licensed contractor in the related field.For example, if reversed polarity (hot and neutral w

Lookout Inspections Renews InterNACHI Membership

Lookout Inspections owner, Edwin Bear, renewed his International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) membership for the third consecutive year.  Bear's InterNACHI membership be

Lookout Inspections Servicing Areas

Lookout Inspections home inspector, Edwin Bear, completes home inspections throughout the Chattanooga and greater surrounding areas.Lookout Inspections home inspector will complete a home inspection i

Lookout Inspections, Inc. Partners with Red Oak Field Services, Inc.

Lookout Inspections, Inc. continues to expand its inspection services in Chattanooga, TN and the surrounding areas.Red Oak Field Services, Inc. are expanding their services of on-site inspections nati


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