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Odessa American (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Odessa, Texas Futures $52.74 natural Gas $2,770 ii declined slightly and ended the Reeh Down 7 percent on concerns about economic growth in Europe and China stocks so Usu a jul i Sis to a a a. Jump. 4 m 4 it i i m or r i ii i ii ii of a i i Hes amp varieties i no Luo Elk weeping a a Gryl Redbud w0ic mexican elder Acost amp More. 30% off jerked Price Godf Jsse a i of i i control to lit 11 or f and cd i til cd n Ieve it # v anti Jpn 01 Bud r a to it Btl of Lime Cal ibb Bacr or t i of r hoi tone. \1t�wtl a be Eird a a Ouick bits monsters sticking around due to demand the exhibit a permian monsters life before the dinosaurs Quot is staying at the Midland county a Centennial Library through aug. 21. It was initially expected to close july 26. From 10 am to 2 pm today the museum of the Southwest 1705 w. Missouri ave., and the Centennial Library 2503 w. Loop 250, will celebrate the Extension. There will be free admission to the museum and dome shows along with activities to make fossils Dinosaur masks explorer guides and costumes. A the land before time will play at la am. At the Blakemore planetarium at the Centennial Library enjoy activities and games or take a tour and become a Junior Pale oncologist. A buddy the Dinosaur Quot will visit at i pm a i Iii it a museums Oto taste Texas the new Market Street in Midland is inviting people to try something new during the annual Best of Texas expo from 11 am to 5 pm. Today and sunday. The Odessa Albertsons is planned to renovate to a Market Street later this year. Here a what you can sex Ped this car Market Street will offer free samples of appetizers entrees and desserts created with products grown and produced throughout Texas. Employees will show off product demonstrations answer questions and provide recommendations. The following is a list of items that will be available to Sample watermelons peaches brownies momus Strawberry cake All natural Jalapa to cheese bread Ginger snap cookies Eddy a smoked sausage Padrino tamales and More. A i til it a a from staff reports Vumbi Index mostly funny i wind South at k mph to 15 mph # a93 Tri Pascu posted $49.29 comics 6c deaths 66 movies 5b opinion 4a religion in sports to television 56 word 60 family affair Parent child tournament tees off at Ratliff ranch. A sports ode saturday. July la. 2015 i few i 75 cents Board to of principal tuesday a Cist a Tab Early College High school progressing Jooa cd prom a a Cist gets approval for a arty College High school oqo7q3j by Ruth Campbell students arc being enrolled and a principal has been identified for Ector county Isdr a Early College High school set to open this fall at the University of Texas of the permian Basin. A Cist is also opening Odessa career so technical Early College High school at Odessa College in August both will allow High school students to earn High school and College credit at the same time. Focused on science technology engineering and math the school at a Tab will take too students its first year and take too students each year for a maximum of400. So far assistant superintendent of secondary operations Roy Garcia said 36 have registered. Garcia said the goal was to Start the year with too Stu dents at the founders building on the a Tab Campus but there is some wiggle room if the District got to to 75 students for the first class the schools Fust year a a we a be Happy Quot Garcia said. He said a recommendation has been made to superintendent Tom Crowe for a principal for the a Tab Early College High school but it has to be approved by the school Board so he would not release the name the recommendation is on the Agenda for tuesdays Board meeting. Once a principal is on Board. Garcia said Parent meetings May be organized to help recruit students. He added that the principal could help generate interest which would help bring enrolment numbers up. Garcia said previously that 75 percent of the students selected have to be economically at risk and or Fust generation College students. With a Chance to earn College credits use principal Page 5amaking choices agape ministries dream Center pastor seeks to reach the religion rican fresh fiyim6 fruit daughters of the Republic of Texas ends 110-year Alamo stewardship a Farmer s Market weds Rte my Odessa com Farmers Market o a to Taal tosses a Watermelon up to a flatbed truck As workers Harvest a yellow Watermelon held at Mandujano Brothers farms la Coyanosa. Counter Sacco Odessa american Farmers Market opens in Odessa today Mandujano s Brothers produce Back in business with watermelons by Billy Jean Louis after losing 300 acres of watermelons and cantaloupes the Mandujano Brothers produce is ready to once again sell fruit at the Odessa Farmers Market. Co owner Tony Mandujano said after the storm struck on May 18, the farm saved 68 acres and replanted its lost crops. Shoppers will enjoy the farms fresh seedless and yellow watermelons regular and red onions. A it was Tough losing what you worked for Quot Mandujano said a but we replanted what we Patricia Garcia. Medical Center Hospital director of Volunteer services and Market manager of the event said she s very excited that Mandujano Brothers is bringing Back its watermelons because its a Well known company and provides watermelons to grocery stores. A a we re looking Forward to having the Community coming to buy some watermelons a Garcia said. The Market began in a see Market Page Sale Tou so a tot mess Farmers Iii cd in or in Fth a when 9 i m. To noon today. A where medical Center Hospital Comer of second Street and Gower Avenue. Honor guard. One of the men led cheers for the group while another played a the yellow Rose of Texas Quot on the bagpipe. To bursts came and went apparently unaware of the ceremony. The daughters ended the event by lowering their . And Texas flags. Another Texas Flag was run up the Alamos flagpole. A see Alamo Page a lawsuit continues Over control of archives members of the 124-year-old group held a solemn Low key ceremony to Mark the handover of the Alamo to the general land office of Texas. The prayers were recited in English. Spanish danish and German during the event in front of the Alamo a group of men in period dress stood As the associated press a file photo maw Cara of Tim daughters of Tim a punch of twas join hands and Circle the Alamo in san Antonio on oct. 5,2006, As they marked their 100th anniversary of Custodianship of the Mission turned fortress. The group marked the end of their Custodianship of the landmark on Friday. San Antonio flags were lowered and prayers were said in the myriad languages of the Alamos 1836 defenders on Friday As the daughters of the Republic of Texas ended their to years As custodians of the Mission turned fortress tuned shrine

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