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Three CHS students named to Academic All State Football list

COAHOMA — Three Coahoma High School student athletes have been recognized for their outstanding academic achievement by the Texas High School Coaches Association.


Joe Manning, Cassie Gutierrez, and Emily Krabill were named to the THSCA’s Academic All State Football second team.


“I am very proud of these three kids,” said CHS Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Chris Joslin. “They take care of their business in class and on the field. This is a well deserved honor for Joe, Cassie and Emily.”


Manning played wide receiver and defensive back for the Bulldogs. He racked up 32 tackles this past season and assisted in seven more. Both Gutierrez and Krabill were trainers on the field during the season.


To be nominated, the students must be a senior, have a 92 overall grade point average, be in good standing with the team, and be of good moral character. The state organization also takes in consideration class rank and SAT/ACT scores.


To see the full list of honorees, visit


Captain McKain speaks to CHS students about making positive impacts.

Yesterday, Captain Josh McKain with the Salvation Army of Big Spring stopped by Coahoma High School to speak with their students. During the assembly, Captain McKain told his story of drug addiction and being on the verge of being sentenced to prison when his life was turned around after accepting Jesus while at a treatment facility.


He opened up to the high school students about his personal story in hopesthat some would connect with his message, which was, “Don’t let the circumstances of your life define you and shape you.”


Captain McKain said the invitation to speak at Coahoma High School came from CISD Superintendent Dr. Amy Jacobs and CHS Principal Cristina Cox after he returned from a recent disaster deployment when Hurricane Florence had hit the Carolinas earlier this year.



While our Flags are already at half-staff in honor of the death of President George H.W. Bush, Howard County Judge Kathryn Wiseman and want to remind our Community that Friday, December 07 is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.


Our World War II Veterans are few now, but we extend our thanks and prayers to them and their families, and encourage all families and friends to share the stories
of the Veterans they loved and lost, and honor those still with us.


SMMC Christmas Tree Lighting

Scenic Mountain Medical Center had their 4th annual Christmas Tree Lighting in front of their Main Lobby yesterday evening. Before the tree lighting, Christmas carols were sung around the tree and Santa, Mrs. Claus, and even the Grinch mingled with the crowd and were available for photo opportunities with the guests.


Mitzi Knight, Practice Administrator for the Scenic Mountain Medical Group Clinic, noted that SMMC and SMMG take pride in giving back to the community and they were happy to continue this Christmas tradition.


Space Heater Safety

The cold weather forecasted for this weekend may prompt some residents to get out their space heaters for extra warmth.


Big Spring Fire Marshal Dan Hendrickson noted that portable electric space heaters can be a convenient source of additional heat for your home or office in cold weather, but they can also pose significant fire and electric shock hazards if not used properly.


"You gotta make sure that any combustible materials - bedding, clothes, laundry - are at least 3 feet away from a space heater or heater. The other thing that you gotta take into account is that the power cords for these units," said Hendrickson. "That's a lot of energy traveling through that power cord, so you never want to use extension cords or anything like that, but you also want to make sure that you don't have anything lying on top of the cords because air is actually what keeps the power cords cool and keeps them from overheating."


He noted that if an extension/electrical cord is covered, it will build up heat and will melt the insulation, causing a structure fire.


Ritchey New Athletic Director

According to a statement made by Big Spring Superintendent Jay McWilliams, the BSISD administration is excited to announce that Mike Ritchey will move from Interim Athletic Director status to the Athletic Director’s position immediately. Mr. Ritchey will continue to serve as the Big Spring High School Principal concurrently with his Athletic Director’s position. 


The district intends to make arrangements for administrative support at the high school so that Mr. Ritchey has time available to address the needs of both the athletic department and the high school. Additionally, the district administration will post a Head Football Coach position on its website and looks forward to finding and hiring an exceptional individual to lead the football program at Big Spring ISD.


P.S.A. – Trial Cancellation 

Be advised that the trial for December 12, 2018 at 9:00 for Judge Robert Fitzgibbons’, Precinct 1 Place 2 has been cancelled. If you had jury duty for this day, there is no need to show up.


Calling all DRUMLines!! WNPAC hosts drumline competition to open for DRUMLine on 12/17/1

Calling all drumlines in HOWARD COUNTY!! - Be advised the contest has been extended to Monday, 12/3/18.


The show DRUMLine Live Holiday Spectacular will be at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center (WNPAC) in Midland on December 17th. This is the same band that backed up Beyoncé at Coachella for her 2018 performance. 


WNPAC wants to make this even more special for drumlines in the area by hosting a contest that encourages all drumlines to participate. The top 2 winners will receive 12 tickets to teh show, PLUS compete in a pre-show in the WNPAC lobby in a "drumoff" for a chance to open for the main act, DRUMLine. The winner will be selected by local celebrity judges John Moesch of West Texas Radio Group, Leo Caro of B93, and Jay Hendrix from CBS7.


Ready to enter? Here's how!


  • Post a video to Instagram and tag @WagnerNoel_PAC in the post and use the hashtag #DrumLINEWNPAC in order to win
  • The top 2 videos with the most “likes” by 12/3 will win. 
  • The top 2 winners will receive 12 tickets to the show. 
  • They will compete pre-show in the lobby of the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center in a “drum off” for a chance to open up for the main act, DrumLINE


So far Fort Stockton HS - 180 likes; Midland HS - 805 likes; Greenwood HS - 437 likes; and Monahans HS - 232 likes - have entered as of 11/30/18.





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