Ector County voters said yes to two of Ector County ISD's three bond propositions with 59.33% of voters in favor of Proposition A. 51% of voters said yes to Proposition B, while 51% of voters said no to Proposition C, according to early results out of the Ector County Election office.
Our Good Morning Basin team discusses the controversial topic.
For more Permian Basin weather…check here on https://www.yourbasin.com/weather/forecast/. Meteorologist Ryan DePhillips highlights how those winds will shift direction and pick up across The Basin today. Despite some increase in clouds from southern West Texas and from The Trans Pecos, skies will remain mostly clear from clouds for most with above-normal high temperatures continuing. Most will once again reach the high 50’s, 60’s, and lower 70’s this afternoon. As a weak low pressure system forms and quickly moves to the east, southerly winds will transition from the northwest as dry air will take over. Despite some passing clouds ahead, most will remain free from rain as temperatures will remain above normal as well.
US Senate candidate Steve Keough made a trip to Big Spring Monday night, to gain voters for his campaign. Keough, who is a retired Navy captain, is running as a Democrat in a notoriously red state. In his campaign to beat current two-term US Senator Ted Cruz, he relayed to voters that he is the ideal candidate.
These kits include simple items to make things endurable, including blankets, chap stick, puzzles, lotion, and a planner, to help reduce the stresses of treatment.
An Indiana teen who has lived in Midland for about three months has been charged in connection with the November death of a Midland man whose body was found after his RV caught fire. 19-year-old Anthony Alexander Gomez has been charged with Murder and Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle.
Grandfalls-Royalty ISD is mourning the loss of a 15-year-old student killed in a hunting accident last weekend.
The City of Odessa has a long-standing commitment to the arts; that’s apparent in looking at all of the murals and commissioned pieces on display throughout Odessa.
The Comanche Trail Festival of Lights has begun, drawing more than 20,000 visitors every year and featuring giant lit poinsettias throughout Comanche Trail Park.
Local teacher surprised with Teacher of the Month honor
For more Permian Basin weather…check here on https://www.yourbasin.com/weather/forecast/. Stable atmospheric air with very clear skies has led to seasonably chilly starts across The Basin, but pleasantly mild afternoons. Meteorologist Ryan DePhillips predicts almost all areas of West Texas to be cloud-free today with temperatures reaching to slightly-above-normal criteria in the high 50’s, 60’s, and low 70’s this afternoon. Dry air will remain in place throughout most of the region, especially west of The Trans Pecos, as winds will be from the south-southwest. As a weak low pressure system forms and quickly moves to the east tomorrow, southerly winds will transition from the northwest. Despite some passing clouds ahead, most will remain free from rain.
Time to start layering as we get our day started and peel as we warm up during the day and bundle up with hot coca at night.
We start off cool in our upper 30s to low 40s, but we will quickly be rising in temperatures once the cold front leaves the Permian Basin.