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Jul 01, 2015   09:22 PM

Central Texas Opportunities, Inc. has received an additional $328,175.00 for the Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP).

CEAP provides assistance to targeted households with priority given to elderly, disabled, families with young children and high energy cost related to income.  Additionally, eligible households receive education and coordination of resources.

  • Household Crisis - Provides Utility assistance, service and repair of existing heating and cooling units or portable units in an energy related crisis.
  • Utility Assistance - Provides energy payments to assist low-income household to reduce their home energy needs.

Central Texas Opportunities, Inc. serves Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Comanche, Eastland, McCulloch, and Runnels counties.

 

For more information on grants available in your county, please visit our website www.ctoinc.org or the administration office at 325-625-4167.



Jul 01, 2015   09:19 PM

New facility will combine Early branch and corporate headquarters

Central Texas Farm Credit, a member of the Farm Credit system, has announced plans to build a new corporate headquarters and branch office building in Early, Texas. The new facility will alleviate serious overcrowding issues in both the Early Branch and the Administrative offices currently housed in Coleman.

“Central Texas Farm Credit is certainly not new to Early,” said Chief Executive Officer, Jimmy Chambers, “We have had a presence here for a very long time and we’re excited to be expanding our presence by making Early our new corporate headquarters.”

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Jun 29, 2015   05:20 PM

North Runnels Hospital will be hosting a community hamburger meal Wednesday July 1, 2015 from 11:30am to 1:30pm at the hospital, 7821 State Hwy. 153 Winters, Tx. The community is invited to stop by and have a hamburger with the staff and providers of the hospital.  There is no charge for the meal.



Jun 26, 2015   10:29 PM
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Wingate Masonic lodge in conjunction with Hylton Masonic lodge, had their installation of new officers this past Wednesday June 24th.
Wingate alternates between Hylton and itself for the installation ceremony. Hylton hosted this year with a great brisquit bar b que dinner. The new Wingate officers are: WM Ben Thorpe, SW Dale Price and JW Norm Smart. Brandon Poehls, outgoing WM this year, has taken on the role of Secretary for the lodge. Other officers and members pictured include Jim Abernathie, Thurman Self, Ed Poehls, Billy Joe Walker and Cecil "Red" Self.
The Wingate lodge has been chartered since December 7, 1911 and remains active today.



Jun 26, 2015   10:25 PM

On June 25 a group of Texas Tech University supporters met to organize the Winters Area Red Raiders. The purpose of the organization is twofold: First to promote the traditions and values of Texas Tech University in and around the Winters area and Second to provide funding and endowment for ongoing scholarships for Winters High School students who attend Texas Tech. The group is not an alumni only association but a group to include anyone who wants to support and / or promote Texas Tech.  A second meeting is scheduled for July 24 with details to come later. If you are a Winters Area Red Raider supporter, alumni, fan, parent or student and would like more information or to insure that you are included on the groups distribution list, please contact Gary Kemp 325-718-8623.



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