Reagan County's districts in football and basketball took some by surprises Monday after the UIL realignments were released.
Tuesday, 1/26, the Reagan County Owls boys basketball team travelled to Coahoma and defeated the Bulldogs 49-37 to end the first half of district play in second place with a 3-1 record.
The Lady Owls took on the Coahoma Lady Bulldogs last Tuesday.
The Reagan County JV girls traveled to Coahoma on Tuesday, January 27 to take on the Coahoma Lady Bulldogs.
Vaden Jake Aldridge graduated from Northern Arizona University on August 3, 2015, earning a Master of Science degree in Geology.
Our mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, Bettye Sue Low Ratl
On January 27, 2016 Wanda June Ritchie, 77 of Big Lake, Texas was granted her angel wings.
The Reagan County Commissioners approved an agreement with Invenergy LLC to grant a 100 percent tax abatement over 10 years for the company’s $225 million wind farm project.
The City of Big Lake was handed a $32,550 from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for violations stemming from a June 2015 investigation at the city’s landfill.
Hoops and hijinks are coming to Big Lake when our very own local challengers, the Reagan County All-Stars, take on the Harlem Ambassadors in a comedy basketball show the whole family will enjoy.
Filing is currently underway for the City of Big Lake’s May elections.
Tuesday, January 19, the Reagan County boys hosted the Sonora Broncos in their only home game of the first half of district play.