For the last several years, one home owner has put together a Christmas light show in his front yard for the public to enjoy. However, this year there are some complaints of too many lights and loud music.
Local city officials talked about national 3-D month or drunk, drugged and distracted driving awareness month. The Concho Valley Cares Coalition and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley collaborated for a press conference, Friday.
The San Angelo Civic Ballet is sold out for this weekends performances of the Nutcracker. They opened up the dress rehearsal, Thursday night, to the public allowing those without tickets to witness the spectacular performance, at Lake View Auditorium.
The San Angelo Independent School District School Board approved a new innovative oil and gas class to be taught at the West Texas Training Center. One section of the class will be offered to any 11th or 12th graders at Central and Lake View High Schools.
The San Angelo Ruff Ryders were collecting toys for children, Saturday. This is the fourth annual event, hosted by the local bike club, to provide toys for abused and neglected children in the Concho Valley.
The Twin Mountain Tonesmen performed their annual Christmas concert, Saturday evening. For the past 27 years, the award-winning men's chorus group has hosted the event at the First United Methodist Church, in downtown San Angelo.