Childhood Cancer Part 5: Go Gold!
When it comes to raising awareness for childhood cancer many families feel the efforts are …
Childhood Cancer Part 4: Community Support
Almost 80% of families with a child with cancer will have at least one parent who needs to cut back…
Childhood Cancer Part 3: Liam Battles a Brain Tumor
"One of the things that make pediatric cancer different from adult cancer is that most adults will …
Childhood Cancer Part 2: Alissa Battles a Brain Tumor
According to the American Childhood Cancer Association, each year in the United States, about …
Childhood Cancer Part 1: Aiden Battles Leukemia
Instead of starting kindergarten last year, 5 year-old Aiden, started his journey battling cancer
Local Service Tech Represents US
San Angelo's Central Texas Word Processing (CTWP) service technician, Ken Dishon, is named the 2016…
Bahlman Cleaners Goes Red for American Heart Month
Bahlman Cleaners has been around for about 50 years. This month the dry cleaning business is going …
Historian to lecture on Buffalo Soldiers
Fort Concho’s first public event of its 150th year will focus on the Buffalo Soldiers.
SASSR Ambassadors: Paige Allison
Paige Allison, the captain of the 2017 San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Ambassadors, talks about her …
JCPenney Employee Retires after 35 Years
Robert Rangel says, it all started in downtown San Angelo.
News Connection Reporter
Daija Barrett hails from the Central Florida hamlet of Avon Park. As a native Floridian, she brings to the Concho Valley lots of sunshine. Daija holds a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University in Tallahassee, FL. When not working, Daija enjoys volunterring, community involvement and exploring the Concho Valley. She continues to progress her passion for writing and her enthusiasm for journalism.