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Past articles by Rashda:

'Tis the season to be merry — and recycle

Tips to help you recycle during the holiday season → Read More

San Angelo tradition continues with the 36th annual Christmas at Old Fort Concho

Sunday, Dec. 3, is the last day to enjoy Christmas at Old Fort Concho. → Read More

GofundMe set up for five kids hurt in West Texas off-road vehicle accident on Thanksgiving

Off-roading crash turns West Texas family's Thanksgiving into a medical emergency. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with medical costs. → Read More

Chefs with San Angelo roots making their mark across America

The San Angelo Standard-Times tracked down some well-respected chefs with San Angelo roots to see where they are & what they're doing. → Read More

San Angelo City Council reverses course on mall rezoning, votes to help tech company grow

At the first reading of the ordinance, on Oct. 17, the council approved the zone change on a 4-3 vote. → Read More

Gayle Bickel, beloved San Angelo culinary teacher, dies

Gayle Bickel, recently retired culinary arts instructor, died Thursday. → Read More

Officer helps San Angelo woman find family of Kingsville officer killed in line of duty

SAPD Officer Steven Quade helps San Angelo woman solve six-decade mystery. → Read More

San Angelo bail bondsman gets a second chance

The Tom Green County Bail Bond Board considered the fate of Ricky Villarreal, owner of Freedom Libertad Bail Bonds. → Read More

Tom Green County agrees to pay IRS penalty

SAN ANGELO — Tom Green County decided not to fight the IRS over a court interpreter and will pay a penalty of $361. During a recent IRS audit, the agency decided a certified court interpreter — providing Spanish interpretation in local court cases — should be a county employee. The county disagreed and stated she was contract labor, arguing that the interpreter also works for the federal… → Read More

San Angelo Firefighters Ball fueled by passion and promise, celebrates life

What led Todd Sanford, assistant chief of operations with the San Angelo Fire Department, to create a foundation and host a ball. → Read More

City tackles big money issues — including Avenue P flooding

The San Angelo City Council tackled several big money issues in closed session. Here are the details. → Read More

Council OKs $1.5M to help Goodfellow become regional training site

City Council authorized using $1.5 million of half-cent sales tax funds to help Goodfellow Air Force Base expand its training mission. → Read More

Army veteran returns mother's ashes to San Angelo

Ron Cichon's late mother wanted her ashes spread in San Angelo, the city where she and her husband began their married life. → Read More

Police Chief aims to counter absence of contract with City

When the Meet and Confer contract expired, the San Angelo police lost several key gains, including bilingual pay. The Police Chief wants it back. → Read More

City Council will hear proposal to raise San Angelo utility deposit costs to avoid delinquent accounts

The City is considering raising new utilities deposits. Both residents and commercial entities in San Angelo will be impacted. → Read More

Celebrate National Sandwich Day with these San Angelo restaurants.

Friday, Nov. 3 is National Sandwich Day. Here's a listing of San Angelo businesses have deals to help you celebrate. → Read More

Hearing for Villarreal postponed after objections

Tom Green County postpones revocation hearing for San Angelo bail bondsman. → Read More

Defendant testifies about how he spent funds from millionaire's estate

Sweetwater attorney and defendant John Young is cross-examined by the state in San Angelo millionaire's will forgery trial. → Read More

Sheriff's Office lands $94K grant to buy training simulator

Tom Green County Sheriff's Office got a $94,000 Homeland Security Grant to purchase a simulator for law enforcement training in the Concho Valley. → Read More

10-year-old girl at the heart of U.S. immigration storm

A 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy who recently had surgery Driscoll Children’s Hospital is at the center of U.S. immigration debate. → Read More