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  • 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. 
  • City council awards two bids for water treatment plant construction
    Sam Kaufman
    The city council awarded bids Thursday night for construction of a water treatment plant that will bring the city into compliance with federal standards concerning trace mineral amounts in its drinking water. 
  • Fillies to play in Sandhills Classic
    Rudy Diaz
    The first of three brutal weekends of huge varsity volleyball tournaments for the Andrews Lady Mustangs gets underway Friday at the Sandhills Classic in Monahans. 
  • Happy but not satisfied is label on Mustangs
    Rudy Diaz
    With more than 160 athletes reporting to the first week of football workouts, the Andrews Mustangs program as a whole was ‘happy’ with what they had seen but ‘not satisfied’ in the least. 

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  • 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. 
  • Program aims to up police  visibility, officer retention
    John Dilmore
    A new initiative aimed at increasing law enforcement visibility in Andrews and aiding the police department with officer retention is poised to kick off after receiving funding approval by the city council earlier this month. 
  • Rudy Diaz
    In the overall scheme of things, the fact that the Andrews Lady Mustangs volleyball team won three of six matches at the Sandhills Classic in Monahans Friday and Saturday is not bad. 
  • ACN Staff
    Andrews ISD has announced that the football scrimmage against Denver City, originally scheduled as an away scrimmage, will held in Andrews. 
  • Mustangs overcome slow start to shine
    Rudy Diaz
    Andrews High School head football coach Ralph Mason called it a ‘good practice.’ 
  • Rudy Diaz
    The first few days in full pads were both good and bad for the 2014 Andrews Mustangs. Good because they continued to make strides forward. Bad because they have already suffered a few injuries. 
  • Well site blaze causes $10 million in damage to trucks
    Sam Kaufman
    A Monday afternoon fire at a well site east of Andrews caused an estimated $10 million in damage and had the potential to be much worse had storage tanks and other equipment at the location ignited, according to a fire department spokesman. 
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