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.
The Tom Green County 4-H Rifle Club is the only club is the area without rifles to provide to their students, so they may learn how to safely use and compete with other kids across the state. They're raising money by hosting a gun give-a-way.
Over 900 students evacuated school, Friday morning, due to smoke in the building. The Fire Marshal says just before 11:30 a.m. firefighters quickly responded to Lincoln Middle School to find the HVAC heating and cooling unit had a burned out motor.
"Sack it- don't wrap it" and leave it all up to Palmer Feed and Supply this holiday season, that's the motto at the store located off of Chadbourne. The local store is offering to wrap all of your Christmas gifts.
The Texas Campaign for the Environment went door-to-door Thursday, looking for support in improving recycling and waste reduction. The TCE is a non-profit group that is working on better recycling for batteries, paint and fluorescent light bulbs.
Red Wheel Fundraising is holding a benefit sale and life celebration in memory of Aaron Allen, a San Angelo man who died in a collision this weekend. The company is selling excess inventory and donating all of the profits to the Allen family to help with funeral costs.