Marcy Elementary School Principal Alecia Hancock was beaming with excitement as she bent down to give an awaiting pig a big smack on the lips, fulling her part of a bet with her students Wednesday morning.
In the excitement department, the pig was not at all amused.
Why wait for Santa to bring you a teddy bear when you can do the job yourself?
Visitors to this year’s Comanche Trail Festival of Lights will have an opportunity to do just that this week, when Animaland toys will be for sale.
Walking down the toy aisle at your favorite retailer can be an overwhelming experience. With so many options it’s hard to know which toys are hot and which ones are not. Before you max out your credit card on Christmas gifts, check out this compilation of the best toys for under $50.
Need a break from the rigors of Christmas shopping?
Tonight is the grand opening of this year’s Comanche Trail Park Festival of Lights.
“We’re ready to go at 6 o’clock,” said Howard Stewart, volunteer coordinator for the event.
Christmas lights are already popping up all over Howard County, but the Big Show is scheduled to start later this week.
The Comanche Trail Park Festival of Lights will light up the night in Big Spring starting at 6 p.m. Thursday and running through the end of the year.
It’s almost time to fire up the grill.
The Big Spring Food Truck Association (BSFTA) will be at the Heart of the City Park Saturday night to provide entertainment, music, and, of course, food to warm up the holiday spirit.