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Detention Pond Groundbreaking Set
City officials say construction is ready to begin on the Ave. P detention pond project. The city will be holding a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Ave. P project site which is located off Old Knickerbocker Rd. near Ener-Tel Services and O Reilly Auto Parts. This ceremony is open to the public. The contractor on the project is Darnell Construction. Construction is exp...
Housing Forum Planned
Residents can offer their thoughts on a proposed housing development competing for state tax credits during a town hall meeting on Thursday, January 30th. The forum will be at 6 p.m. at the McNease Convention Center. Citizens will hear details about the proposed project vying for funding. The housing proposal is for Walnut Trails by Trinity Housing Development, LLC., at the corner of Houston Ha...
Rodeo Stock Show Preparations
Final preparations are underway for this year's San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo. With an all-new Carnival, the Sneak-a-Peek and First Rodeo performance are set for Thursday, January 30th. This will be the 88th annual Rodeo. This year s rodeo will include 12 performances and the Xtreme Bulls performance, along with events such as saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling and women s barrel racing. I...
City Council Approves Signals
A unanimous vote of the San Angelo city council Tuesday morning brought approval to purchase portable traffic signals to install at the intersection of South Koenigheim and West Harris. The normal signal was damaged in an accident in early January and since then, there have been numerous accidents after stop signs were installed for Harris Street traffic. The cost of the temporary signals is n...
ASU Planetarium Shows
The Angelo State University Planetarium will present 14 different full-dome public astronomy shows during its early spring 2020 schedule beginning Thursday, (Jan 23), in the Vincent Building. The Planetarium shows will run every Thursday at 7 and 8 p.m. through March 5th. Two different shows will be presented each Thursday to give viewers the opportunity to see a larger variety of shows during...
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