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Past articles by Trevor:

De Zavala principal didn't take traditional route to education, Midland ISD

There are as many unique journeys into education as there are educators, but for De... → Read More

Oil down for 3rd straight week

The price of oil fell for the third consecutive week despite rising every day since Monday's slump. → Read More

Permian counties see sharp shifts in rig count

The Permian Basin rig count was unchanged at 476 overall, but there were several large shifts at the county level. → Read More

Barbershop, bar get P&Z’s OK to serve alcohol

A pair of alcohol permits could bring new life to a former downtown hot spot and a new concept to the city's mall. → Read More

Midland County adds 7 rigs for a total of 51

Midland County is seeing a swift rig activity turnaround. → Read More

WTI closes week at $71.01, a decrease of almost 4 percent

The price of oil fell for the second straight week on midweek news that Libya will begin exporting crude again. → Read More

Suspect in fatal crash caught by Border Patrol in El Paso

The man suspected of killing two people in an Interstate 20 crash and then fleeing the scene was picked up by Border Patrol agents in El Paso. → Read More

Oil surges 8 percent this week on Iran sanctions

West Texas Intermediate contracts for August delivery closed Friday at $74.15 per barrel, up 70 cents on the day. The U.S. is preparing to sanction OPEC producer Iran, which will take millions of barrels off the market, according to wire reports. The loss of Iranian crude on the world market could undo OPEC and Russia's recently agreed-upon production increases. → Read More

Midland County rig activity is busy but slowing

The Permian Basin is booming with 474 rigs, but one of its busiest counties is slowing down. → Read More

Bill splits I-14 into two West Texas routes

Plans for Interstate 14 have been expanded, and the Texas Department of Transportation will have a say in how a portion of the project is executed. → Read More

Permian rig count falls for 2nd straight week

The Permian Basin recorded its first rig count loss in consecutive weeks this year and has fallen the past three of four weeks, according to Baker Hughes data. → Read More

Five Permian counties drop out of rig count

Several counties this week ceased rig activity in the Permian Basin, according to Baker Hughes data. → Read More

Oil price sheds all gains Friday

West Texas Intermediate future contracts for July delivery settled Friday at $65.06 per barrel, down $1.83 (2.74 percent) on the day and down 68 cents (1.03 percent) for the week. → Read More

Permian Basin rig count rises

A week after slipping one rig last week, the Permian Basin finished this week on the plus side, according to Baker Hughes data. The nation’s most active basin added three rigs for a total of 480. Its top county continued to be Reeves, which rose by two rigs to 71. Midland County and Eddy County, New Mexico, were matched at 45 rigs; Midland lost one rig, and Eddy gained one. Lea County, New… → Read More

Permian Basin loses one rig for total of 477

The Permian Basin rig count retracted slightly after five weeks of growth. → Read More

Basin adds another 11 rigs this past week

Reeves County, in the heart of the Delaware Basin, inched one rig higher to reach 70, ending a 13-week spell of counts in the 60-rig range. Midland County, in the core of the Midland Basin, fell by two to 46. Lea County, New Mexico, also had 46 rigs, down one. → Read More

Banking bill rolls back restrictions

"I think what it's going to help with on the mortgage side is making some changes to allow community banks, especially, to serve customers better," Ken Burgess, chairman of Midland-based FirstCapital Bank of Texas and chairman of the American Bankers Association, told the Reporter-Telegram on Wednesday. → Read More

Concho plans downtown expansion

The Midland-based energy company wants to build a second office building and parking garage on property it owns adjacent to its headquarters, according to Mark Wellen of Rhotenberry Wellen Architects and documents obtained ahead of today's City Council meeting. → Read More

Midland could be hub for child psychiatry

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center has a presence in many West Texas communities but not in Midland. → Read More

Price of oil rises for third straight week

West Texas Intermediate futures contracts for June delivery finished Friday at $71.28 per barrel, down 21 cents (0.29 percent) on the day but up 58 cents (0.82 percent) for the week. → Read More