September 19,2014
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  • Defense name of the game in 26-15 AHS win
    Rudy Diaz
    On a night when the Andrews Mustangs offense sputtered with less than 200 yards of real estate, the AHS defense came to the rescue. 
  • AHS goes over 1,000 students in count
    Sam Kaufman
    School officials are quick to point out the best indicator of early-year student enrollment numbers occurs after the Labor Day holiday. 
  • Mustangs win 29-28 in overtime
    Rudy Diaz
    The game was so good nobody wanted to leave.
    More than thirty minutes after the overtime period was done, Andrews Mustangs football fans were still thirsty for more. 
  • Big strides made in Mustangs’ play
    Rudy Diaz
    There are three ways to look at the Andrews Mustangs’ last scrimmage against Denver City—and for the most part, all signs were pointing forward. 
  • AHS grads return to school district in education roles
    Sam Kaufman
    Dewayne Wilkins and his wife Katie Wilkins attended Andrews High School at the same time, but they didn’t meet until after both had graduated and were working outside their hometown. 

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  • 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. 
  • Head-on collision inside city limits claims life
    Sam Kaufman
    A Friday morning accident in the far west city limits that claimed the life of a Hobbs, New Mexico man and injured another man was described as being a head-on collision, according to Andrews Police Chief Bud Jones. 
  • Talented Lobos up next for surging Mustangs
    Rudy Diaz
    Andrews High School head coach Ralph Mason is banking on his team being ready. 
  • ACN Staff
    Please look for the corrected ballot in the mid-week Andrews County News.
     
  • Sam Kaufman
    A man who walked Main St. with a shotgun strapped to his back during a lunch hour in January was acquitted of a disorderly conduct charge Wednesday by a county court jury. 
  • John Dilmore
    The Andrews County Commissioners Court voted Monday to spend $400,000 in monies received from Waste Control Specialists to help combat one of the unfortunate side effects of progress: increased wear and tear on the local ambulance fleet, which has seen more use in recent years as population increases have led to a higher volume of emergency calls. 
  • Rudy Diaz
    It’s taken a four years, but the thinking and winning between the hash-marks at Lake View High School in San Angelo have finally turned the corner and are headed the right way. 
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