November 28,2014
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  • Hospital Employees Practice Move
    Sam Kaufman
    About half of Permian Regional
    Medical Center’s employees
    on Thursday got their
    first glimpse into the new
    clinic, wellness and fi tness
    center and administrative
    area involved with hospital
    construction. 
  • Precinct 3 voters elect Anderegg
    It was a long, cold and wet
    day for campaigning for the
    three candidates involved
    with the Precinct 3 Commissioner
    race.
    But when the votes were
    tallied Tuesday night at the
    county clerk’s offi ce, things
    started heating up. The race
    was close—nobody garnered
    50 percent of the vote—but
    in the end, present commissioner
    Jeneane Anderegg
    edged Bryan Hoffman by 35
    votes to earn the seat. 
  • New Dealership Set For Saturday Opening
    Sam Kaufman
    A vehicle dealership at a new multi-million
    dollar facility in north Andrews will open
    its doors Saturday, its general manager said. 
  • PRMC implements first phase action plan for Ebola screening
    Sam Kaufman
    The local hospital, based on a relatively proactive basis for now, is implementing a plan of action outlined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the Ebola virus. 
  • Andrews 10-year-old faces battle with blood disease
    Sam Kaufman
    Part of the West Texas Finest Car Club event on Oct. 11 will include a fund-raiser for the Kidz1stFund to fight Fanconi anemia and to possibly find a bone marrow donor for a local boy who has the rare blood disorder. 
  • AHS hits stride in 35-25 road win
    Rudy Diaz
    In as convincing a win as AHS coach Ralph Mason has ever had as the man in charge of the “Black and Gold” the Andrews Mustangs hit the Mean Green machine of Monahans in the mouth over and over until they just couldn’t respond. 

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  • Precinct 3 voters elect Anderegg
    It was a long, cold and wet
    day for campaigning for the
    three candidates involved
    with the Precinct 3 Commissioner
    race.
    But when the votes were
    tallied Tuesday night at the
    county clerk’s offi ce, things
    started heating up. The race
    was close—nobody garnered
    50 percent of the vote—but
    in the end, present commissioner
    Jeneane Anderegg
    edged Bryan Hoffman by 35
    votes to earn the seat. 
  • November race will fill unexpired Precinct 3 Commissioner Term

    The November 4 General Election features
    federal, state and district races and a proposition
    concerning the state’s roadways.

     
  • New Dealership Set For Saturday Opening
    Sam Kaufman
    A vehicle dealership at a new multi-million
    dollar facility in north Andrews will open
    its doors Saturday, its general manager said. 
  • Andrews Cross-Country boys back on track
    Rudy Diaz
    The Andrews High School cross-country team had something to prove at the Big Bend Mountain Ramble in Alpine. 
  • Mustangs shock Big Spring 43-42
    Rudy Diaz
    In a game that will go down as one of the greatest in the history of Andrews High School, the AHS Mustangs rallied late for a 43-42 win over the fifth state-ranked Big Spring Steers Friday night on the road. 
  • Sam Kaufman
    Early voting for the Nov. 4 General Election is less than three weeks away and those in Precinct 3 will decide on the lone contested local race. 
  • Sam Kaufman
    The final two phases of the first major apartment complex to be constructed in Andrews in more than 30 years began last month and will provide 100 more units when the project is completed next summer, the Fort Worth area developer behind it said. 
  • Sam Kaufman
    An incident Wednesday involving a 4-year-old pre-K student being left on a school district yellow bus by herself for around four hours is being investigated by the police department, according to Andrews Police Chief Bud Jones. 
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