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ASU Foreign Affairs Speakers Program
Feb 13, 2019   09:55 PM
This evening Angelo State University will present Earl Anthony Wayne, former U.S. ambassador to Mexico, as the featured speaker for the Holland-Harrell Foreign Affairs Speakers Program. Wayne’s presentation, titled “The Importance of Getting U.S.-Mexico Relations Right,” will begin at 6 p.m. in the Davidson Conference Center and is free to the public. Wayne served in a variety of positions during his career, including as U.S. ambassador to Mexico and Argentina. The Speakers Program provides students and the community a broader worldview and exposing students to potential career opportunities in the Foreign Service. 
SAPD Seeking Applicants
Feb 13, 2019   09:47 PM

The San Angelo Police Department is currently accepting applications for their Civil Service Examination that will be administered on April 5th at 9 AM at the McNease Convention Center. The deadline for applications is 5 PM March 28th. If you are interested in obtaining more information about becoming an officer with the San Angelo Police Department contact the recruiting officer at 325-481-2709. You can obtain an application on the San Angelo Police Department website "san angelo police dot org". You can obtain an application at either the Police Community Services Division, 505 South Chadbourne, or at the City Human Resource Office at City Hall.

ASU Wind Ensemble Concert
Feb 12, 2019   09:56 PM
Angelo State University’s student Wind Ensemble will present its first concert of 2019 on Monday, (Feb. 18) in the ASU Auditorium inside the Mayer Administration Building. Titled “To Tame the Perilous Skies,” the concert will begin at 7 p.m. and is open free to the public. The Wind Ensemble comprises more than 50 student musicians playing a variety of wind and percussion instruments. It is directed by Dr. Jonathan Alvis, assistant professor of music and ASU director of bands.
Chamber Members Luncheon
Feb 12, 2019   09:21 PM

Concerns about the oil boom in the Permian Basin were highlighted for San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Members today. David Christmas of the Permian Strategic Partnership spoke at the February Chamber luncheon. He said the partnership includes top companies seeking to find long term solutions regarding the growing oil industry in west Texas. He said 15 thousand jobs remain unfilled and how the lack of housing, health care, schools and infrastructure is hindering growth. Members heard that by 2025 the Permian area will be the 4th largest oil producing country in the world and would be pumping 6 million barrels of oil a day. 

Girl Scouts to Honor Women
Feb 12, 2019   11:37 AM

Once again this year, the local Girl Scouts of Central Texas will recognize 5 women with their Women of Distinction honor. The organization has celebrated women and businesses who demonstrate civic outreach, volunteerism and duty to community, both professionally and personally, in the San Angelo community for several decades. The scouts will celebrate the 5 distinguished community members at their Women of Distinction banquet March 7th at the McNease Convention Center.