Recently I read a story written by one of the south’s most famous short story writers. Her name is Flannery O’Conner, and in 1940’s and 50’s she wrote a number of short stories about the south. She was a Christian woman and wrote most her stories from a Christian perspective, although that is not always seen on the surface. The particular story I read is called, “The Life You Save May Be Your Own.”
Tigerette basketball challenged Pete Christy from channel 11 to a shooting competition and more importantly Won!
It will air on channel 11 tomorrow night (Wednesday 23rd).
Here’s Pete’s notes on Facebook-MySlaton
Pete Christy said, “I had a great time out in Slaton today. The I Beat Pete segment runs tomorrow at 10 and Thursday on morning show.”
by Mark Heinrich
Slaton Tigerettes won district and will advance to regionals at Mae Simmons on November 2nd. Individually: Keilie Heinrich 2nd. Micaela Flores 4th. Clair Zapata 7th. Jessica Gonzales 10th. Avery Bentancourt 16th. Zoili Cardenas and Victoria Arguello rounds out the varsity Tigerettes The boys varsity got third and also qualified for regional November 2nd. Top 3 teams advance from district. Roosevelt girls were 2nd and Idalou 3rd to advance. In boys Post was 1st and Idalou 2nd.
It is here! Clean-Up Don’t Mess With Slaton! You should receive in your mail a letter from the City of Slaton about Cleaning Up Slaton. It all starts with roll off dumpsters being placed around town Oct 26 til Nov 2 for you to do some deep property cleaning! Nov 2 Volunteers will be assisting the Clean-up! If we all do our part, we can make Slaton look great! Please Help!