As they do each fall, Mustangs will once again roar through the Big Bend, bringing 1960s-era Cobras, souped-up Shelbys, and Ford rarities to the normally quiet roadways of Brewster County. Now in its ninth year, the four-day event based in Lajitas will draw about 100 people and more than 50 hot cars from all over the U.S. and Canada, and will run Wednesday through Saturday, Oct. 4-7. kA 4=2DDlQq@5JQm%96 C2==J 3682? :? a__h H:E9 a_ 42CD 2?5 b_ A6@A=6] qFE 2D :E 8C6H[ E96 %6C=:?8F2 !C6D6CG2E:@?
Avalanche photo by Gail D. Yovanovich Lambrix back as county EMC David Lambrix Posted: Thursday, August 31, 2017 8:00 am Lambrix back as county EMC By Gail D. Yovanovicheditor@alpineavalanche.com Alpine Avalanche | 0 comments At the Aug. 22 Brewster County Commissioners court meeting, commissioners approved David Lambrix as the county emergency management coordinator effective Aug. 28.
Former Chamber of Commerce Executive Director and former City Secretary Kalea Cotton was indicted Aug. 10 on two counts of theft. Both indictments charged Cotton with theft of $2,500 or more but less than $30,000 from the Alpine Visitor Center or the Alpine Chamber of Commerce, one from Jan. 1, 2016, through March 31, 2017, and the other from Sept. 6, 2016, through Jan. 17, 2017. Both charges are third degree felonies. kAmp=A:?6 r:EJ |2?286C tC:< +:>>6C @?
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Selecting a term
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