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  • November 23, 2014

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With just a few days of practice under her belt, Kelsey Potter roars with 21 points, eight rebounds and eight steals to open the season.

Lady Tigers evaporate China Spring

Just six days earlier, six of the nine Lady Tiger basketball players to see action in the season opener were playing volleyball.

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Remember to use car seats properly when traveling this holiday season

With Thanksgiving and Christmas soon approaching, families will be traveling by car and airplane to visit with friends and relatives. This is a good time to stop and think about having your child in the proper car seat before you begin to plan your trip. Although parents always want to protect their children, studies show that nationally, 3 out of 4 car seats are not used correctly. For a car seat to best protect your child, it must be one that fits your child, fits your vehicle, and is one that you will use correctly every time you travel. Choose the right seat for your child’s age, size, and development; and choose a seat that will fit properly in your vehicle. Comments (0)

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Sims and Stone shine for singing

Samuel Teal (right), Tiger Choir director, joins Joel Sims and Jordan Stone at the TMEA Region 7 Concert at Weatherford High School on Nov. 15. Sims and Stone competed in a two-round process beginning with 600 students from across Region 7. Stone was selected for all-district choir as a Soprano 2, and Sims was selected for all-region choir as a Tenor 1. Sims qualified as a second alternate for the all-state audition that will be held on Jan. 10 at Midland Lee High School. Both students attended an all-day clinic with clinicians Pam Elrod and Tinsley Silcox.  Comments (0)

Gov. Perry named Dr. Giroir to lead task force

AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry announced the creation of the Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response, which will assess and enhance the state’s existing capabilities to prepare for and respond to pandemic disease, such as the Ebola virus. The governor named Dr. Brett P. Giroir as director of the task force, heading up a team of internationally renowned experts in epidemiology and infectious disease. Comments (0)

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Tiger basketball's Tucker Garza shares some thoughts on the 2014-15 season.

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Tiger basketball's Tucker Garza shares some thoughts on the 2014-15 season.

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