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Past articles by Jason:

Midland County commissioners field public opinion on debate over certain library books

They are emphasizing a reconsideration policy that is offered to the public. → Read More

Medicaid updates to have potential impact on Permian Basin residents

Midland Community Healthcare Services looks to remind people to re-apply to keep their benefits. → Read More

Bank jugging, other factors leading to fewer ATMs

Some banks are moving away from ATMs in favor of different withdrawal methods. → Read More

Midland Development Corporation approves economic development agreement for wastewater extension project

The project will run alongside the development of Highway 191 and Highway 158. → Read More

Some Big Spring residents dealing with no water after main line break

The main water line suffered a 20-inch break on Sunday. → Read More

Midland projected to be the fastest-growing economy amongst mid-size cities

This projection comes from the Kenan Institute's American Growth Project. → Read More

Garfield Reconstruction Project begins once again

The project was delayed due to supply issues with the contractor. → Read More

Midland College professor preparing his students for the challenges of the world

Professor Brenton Cross teaches humanities, philosophy and English at Midland College. → Read More

Midland Commissioner's Court moves forward on Parsley Building purchase

The building would be used for new Sheriff's Office facilities. → Read More

What bus drivers contend with on a daily basis

Many drivers contend with rowdy and rambunctious kids while trying to pay attention to the road and get them home. → Read More

New esports team getting off the ground at Midland College

The school's Nova Club branched off into competitive video games last fall. → Read More

Midland County Commissioners eyeing potential hiking and biking trail at Horseshoe Complex

Commissioners say much of the funding for the trail would come from sales tax revenue over the past year. → Read More

Reeves County distributing water to Toyah citizens in need

The city of Toyah has been experiencing water issues since 2018. → Read More

Psychologist speaks on crime concerns among young people

While crime rates have remained static, the intensity of violence has increased. → Read More

Midland Development Corporation extends deal with InterFlight Global

The agreement will continue the relationship between the two sides after a fruitful 2022. → Read More

Warming shelters offering services during cold front

Warming shelters across the county are welcoming everybody who can make it to provide beds and food. → Read More

How local colleges are rebounding in the post COVID-19 era

Retention and enrollment numbers are steadily going up since the fall of 2020. → Read More

What is the process behind water desalination?

Water desalination takes salt out of brackish water and turns it into fresh water. → Read More

Texas Water Caucus looks to solve water issues in the state

The bipartisan group composed of 38 lawmakers in Austin is working on legislation for water issues. → Read More

Aaron Kinsey sworn in as newest member of Texas State Board of Education

The Midland man was sworn in by State Senator Kevin Sparks at Greenwood High School. → Read More