DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(120321)-STUDENT CHARGED MAKING THREATS & ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISMISSES CLASSES

Odessa, Texas/December 3, 2021-A student from Nimitz Middle School is now facing a Class A Misdemeanor charge of Threaten/Exhibition Use of a Firearm in a Public School, for saying if he had a gun he would bring it to school and shoot everyone. School leaders and ECISD police dealt with the situation immediately. Upon investigation officers say the student made the statement in frustration and do not believe anyone at the school was in danger.

ECISD officials want parents and students to know that all threats of violence are not a joking matter and will be taken seriously and will have consequences for the student.

Over the past three days, Ireland Elementary staff and students have reported the smell gas inside the building at different times and several have become ill. Odessa Fire & Rescue and Atmos Energy have been on campus multiple times to conduct inspections and have not found any problems with the heating and ventilation systems. It is unknown, for the illnesses. As a precaution Ireland Elementary closed the school for the rest of the day on Friday, December 3rd. It is expected that the school will be back in session on Monday, December 6th.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(120221)-MIDLAND POLICE INVESTIGATING MURDER

Midland, Texas/December 2, 2021-On November 30, 2021, Midland Police Department detectives responded to a call at Midland Memorial Hospital regarding an individual later identified as Megan Cawley. An investigation was initiated, during which it was discovered that Ms. Cawley gave birth at her residence on November 27, 2021; however, the infant was not present with Ms. Cawley at the hospital.

The MPD Crime Scene Unit responded to the residence and assisted detectives and located the infant’s body in the trunk of a vehicle.

On Wednesday, December 1, 2021, an arrest warrant for Capital Murder was issued for Ms. Cawley and she was taken into custody while she was in the hospital. The investigation is ongoing .

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(120121)-BETO O’ROURKE DEM CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR VISITS ODESSA

Odessa, Texas/December 1, 2021-Beto O’Rourke, Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate for the State of Texas made a campaign stop in Odessa at Ajuuas Mexican Food Restaurant for a meet and greet event with supporters.

Beto O’Rourke addressed issue of education, the power grid, healthcare and the new Texas voting act.

(Beto O’Rourke, Democratic Candidate for Governor, State of Texas)

The Texas power grid was a topic that concerned Beto’s supporters, especially with the possibility of another freeze in the new year.

(Beto O’Rourke, Democratic Candidate for Governor, State of Texas)

Beto O’Rourke believes that bringing communities and municipalities together to find solutions without mandates is a better way to protect its residents.

(Beto O’Rourke, Democratic Candidate for Governor, State of Texas)

Approximately 150 people attended and donated to the Beto O’Rourke for Texas Governor campaign event in the patio at Ajuuas Mexican Food Restaurant.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(112821)-BCCPB 2ND ANNUAL TURKEY LEG TUSSLE DOMINO TOURNAMENT

Odessa, Texas/November 28, 2021-The Black Chamber of Commerce of the Permian Basin held the 2nd Annual Turkey Leg Tussel Domino Tournament. Approximately 20 competitors gathered at the activity hall at St. James Baptist Church in central Odessa.

The Black Chamber of Commerce of the Permian Basin associates with smaller non-profit organizations to help with financial assistance through fundraising events.

(Ed Price, Turkey Leg Tussel Domino Tournament Organizer)

Domino players competed for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies. Competitors also received participation trophies.

(Chris E. Walker, President-Black Chamber of Commerce of the Permian Basin)

The Turkey Leg Tussle Domino Tournament was able to raise $25 Hundred Dollars through domino table sponsorships for the Woodson Young Scholars Academy, that serves the southside community though daycare services for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age, including children 11 years of age.

(Jeremy Watson, Assistant Director-Woodson Young Scholars Academy)

The funds will also be used for upgrading the daycare, and acquire learning materials for enrichment programs at the Woodson Young Scholars Academy.

(Jeremy Watson, Assistant Director-Woodson Young Scholars Academy)

If you would like to donate to Woodson Young Scholars Academy stop by 700 Washington Lane on the west side of Woodson Park in southeast Odessa.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(112421)-MIDLAND SOUP KITCHEN THANKSGIVING COMMUNITY LUNCH

MIDLAND, TEXAS/NOVEMBER 24, 2021-THE MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PARTICIPATED WITH THE MIDLAND SOUP KITCHEN MINISTRY TO HELP SERVE A SPECIAL THANKSGIVING LUNCH TO THOSE IN THE COMMUNITY.

SINGLES AND FAMILIES ENJOYED A TRADITIONAL THANKSGIVING MEAL.

(NANCY IVY, MANAGER/OWNER-MIDLAND SOUP KITCHEN)

DURING THIS SPECIAL THANKSGIVING LUNCH, MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF DAVID CRINER, DETECTIVES, INVESTIGATORS STAFF AND OTHER VOLUNTEERS  DONATED THEIR TIME TO SERVE AND

HELP BRING JOY TO THOSE THAT CAME TO THE SPECIAL

LUNCH.

(SHERIFF DAVID CRINER, MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)

THE MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE GAVE PRESENTS TO CHILDREN THAT ATTENDED THE EVENT WITH THEIR FAMILIES AND RECEIVED OTHER GOODIES.

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