Eastland Telegram

Photo: Tommy Wells/Ranger College

Ranger College President Dr. William J. Campion was inducted into the Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Conference Hall of Fame last month during a special ceremony at the college’s Christmas party. Presenting the NTJCAC Hall of Fame plaque were Ranger College Athletic Director Billy Gillispie (left) and NTJCAC Commissioner Stan Feaster.

Ranger College President Inducted into NTJCAC Hall of Fame

Ranger College President William J. Campion won a lot of games during his career as a basketball coach. He called even more during a 35-year period as a college referee

Photo: Tim Fisher/Midland Reporter-Telegram

Judge Dean Rucker, right, administers the oath of office to Midlander Keith Stretcher, far left, Jan. 11, as his wife, Sheryl, holds his Bible and other family members look on at Midland City Hall Chambers. Gov. Greg Abbott appointed Stretcher to the 11th Court of Appeals earlier this month.

Governor Picks Stretcher for 11th Court of Appeals

Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed Midlander Keith Stretcher to the 11th Court of Appeals. The Governor’s Office announced earlier this month that Stretcher -- former Midland city attorney and former

Photo: Margaret L. Hetrick/ECT Staff

Eastland Memorial Hospital Board of Directors Missy Moylan and Nancy Stewart, Ted Matthews - EMH Administrator/CEO, Ryan Harrington - President of Trinity Healthcare, and W. H. Hoffman, Jr. - EMH Board President, break ground for the new Eastland Nursing and Rehabilitation facilities at The Woodlands in Eastland, Texas. Speakers applauded the leadership and joint venture of the Eastland community, organizations and city government along with Trinity Healthcare in making the expansion to the existing assisted living facility possible. This would increase the local access of healthcare, it was noted, and help families keep their members, who needed this care, closer to home. Through these new facilities, existing ones and others in the planning, healthcare in Eastland and the region can be on par with that of much larger urban areas, speakers said.




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