DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(052622)-COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK ODESSA GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY

Odessa, Texas/May 26, 2022-The Odessa Chamber of Commerce hosted the Community National Bank groundbreaking ceremony at 8040 East Hwy. 191, west of MCH Center for Health and Wellness. In October of 2018, Community National Bank acquired 1.7 acres of land with hopes of opening a location between Midland and Odessa. 

(Sterling Swack, Odessa Market President-Community National Bank) 

The 8 thousand square foot building will house a Mortgage Center along with the entire Odessa Team. 

(Sterling Swack, Odessa Market President-Community National Bank) 

The East Odessa location will be the Odessa Community National Bank headquarters with CNB branches across West Texas. 

(Sterling Swack, Odessa Market President-Community National Bank) 

Along with traditional banking Community National Bank will also be engaged in cryptocurrency Cryptocurrencies are systems that allow for secure payments online which are denominated in terms of virtual “tokens,” 

(Sterling Swack, Odessa Market President-Community National Bank) 

For DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS, Danny Barrera 

DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(052022)-MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL STOP THE BLEED TRAINING

Odessa, Texas/May 20, 2022-On Thursday, May 19th, Medical Center Health System and Odessa Mayor Javier Joven recognized May 19th as National Stop the Bleed Day. Two free Stop the Bleed classes were held at the Medical Center Hospital boardroom following the special proclamation. 

(Serina Watts, BSN, RN-Trauma Outreach Coordinator/Education & Injury Prevention-Medical Center Hospital) 

The purpose of the Stop the Bleed program is to educate the community though hands-on training on three quick was to control serious bleeding 

(Serina Watts, BSN, RN-Trauma Outreach Coordinator/Education & Injury Prevention-Medical Center Hospital) 

The next Stop the Bleed Class is scheduled on June 3rd from 2pm to 4pm at the Rankin County Hospital in Rankin, Texas for staff and the public. 

For DRB Media Communications Digital News, Danny Barrera 

DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(052522)-MIDLAND F.D. ANNUAL WATER SAFETY TRAINING DAY

Odessa, Texas/May 23, 2022-The Midland Fire Department held their annual Water Safety Training Day at Doug Russell Pool on Monday, May 23rd . Midland Firefighter trained on various lifesaving techniques such as drowning prevention, treatment of drowning patients, and swift water rescue 

(Aaron Cox, Battalion Chief-Midland Fire Department-Midland, Texas) 

During the late spring and summer months, severe weather can cause major flooding in low lying areas. Midland firefights prepare through this type of water training. 

(Aaron Cox, Battalion Chief-Midland Fire Department-Midland, Texas) 

The Midland Fire Department recommends residents to learn CPR by contacting the Midland YMCA AT 432-682-2552 and at the American Red Cross at 432-523-2267. 

For DRB Media Communications Digital News, Danny Barrera. 

DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(051722)-ODESSA POLICE INVESTIGATING MURDER OF A FEMALE

 

Odessa, Texas/May 17, 2022-During the evening hours of Monday, May 16th Odessa Police and Odessa Fire Rescue responded to a call of a deceased person at the Parkway Inn Motel located at 3731 East Highway 80. The investigation revealed that a female had been stabbed multiple times and was unresponsive. Investigators with the Criminal Investigations Division began investigating the death of the adult female. 

An arrest warrant was issued for Jose Sarinana, 46, for the offense of Murder- First Degree Felony. He has been placed into custody and was transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center.  

The victim has been identified as Cynthia Ann Mendoza, 46 years of age, from Lamesa, TX. 

If anyone with information concerning this incident, and wish to remain anonymous, is contact Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS. 

The investigation continues. 

This is DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS. 

DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(051522-PUBLIC SAFETY RECRUITING EVENT FIELD TO SHIELD

Odessa, Texas/May 15, 2022-Odessa Fire-Rescue and the Odessa Police Department held their First Annual Field to Shield recruiting fair. Both first responder agencies invited Ector County ISD Juniors and Seniors and the entire community to come out to Odessa City Hall and see various life-saving demonstrations and techniques. 

(Fire Chief John Alvarez- Odessa Fire Rescue-Odessa, Texas)

The Fire Technology Department at Odessa College offers classes and training in firefighting and EMT certification for students seeking a career as a first responder.

(Rockiey Juarez-Captain-Odessa Fire Rescue/Instructor-Odessa College Fire-EMT Technology)

The Odessa Police Department displayed the SWAT TEAM armored vehicles, the mobile high tech Command Center and the Odessa Police Department’s Crime Scene Unit. ECISD High School students had the opportunity to talk OPD Officers and ask questions.

(Matt Davidson, Deputy Chief of Field Operations-Odessa Police Department) 

For more information go to the City of Odessa website at: www.odessa-tx.gov 

For DRB Media Communications Digital News, Danny Barrera.