Angelo State University has announced plans to conduct in-person commencement ceremonies for its spring graduates on Friday and Saturday, May 14the and 15th, in the Junell Center/Stephens Arena. Nearly a thousand graduates are scheduled to walk the stage during the five commencement ceremonies. All seating will be reserved, and each graduate will have access to four tickets for family and friends to attend their respective ceremony. Only those ticket holders will be allowed to attend. The doors to the Junell Center/Stephens Arena will open 30 minutes prior to the start of each ceremony. Prospective graduates can get their tickets through the Dean’s Office of their particular college starting April 20th.
The Texas Division of Emergency Management is continuing to providing FREE COVID-19 testing at 110 E. Twohig downtown. The site is running from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and is open to anyone who would like to be tested. Symptoms are not required for testing at the site. Attendees can register for the free test collection by calling 267-362-5207 or Text D-O-C-S-T-X to 41411.
Filing for Single Member District 4, is current councilwoman Lucy Gonzales, who is unopposed.
Filing for Single Member District 6 was current councilwoman Billie DeWitt, along with challengers Larry Miller and James Ervin
For more information about the May 1st election, visit cosatx.us/Elections.