Petroleum Museum Presents Summer 2021 Camps For Kids
School will be out before you know it. It is almost that time of year that we try to figure out how to entertain the kids for a couple of summer months. Before you ship them off with the grandparents for the summer, just know that the Petroleum Museum in Midland is ready to help with some great summ…
Carpet Tech Gearing Up For Their Annual Holiday Toy Drive
For more than 10 years, Carpet Tech has hosted the Carpet Tech Annual Holiday Toy Drive and this year is no different. It goes without saying that 2020 has been quite a difficult year, so in order to spread some holiday cheer, why not donate a toy or two or several to the toy drive and in turn they …
Raza Style Siempre Car & Bike Show This Weekendke
Raza Style Siempre will be having their 1st Annual Car and Bike Show this Saturday November 14th in the Bill Williams Sports Complex parking lot in Midland. Set up and registration begin at 11 am with a $30 entry fee and categories include motorcycle bike, lowrider bike, lifted trucks, lowered truck…
Palio’s Pizza Cafe Is Soooo Good
Have you tried Palio's Pizza Cafe in Midland? We did yesterday and let me say they have some amazing pizza! I mean just check out the photos. Their specialty pizzas are so yummy and possibly my favorite is the buffalo pizza which has actual buffalo sauce drizzled with ranch all over.
Governor Abbott Announces Bars Can Reopen Next Week
Woohoo bars can reopen! Earlier this week, Governor Abbott announced that beginning Tuesday October 14th bars can reopen as long as they follow certain guidelines. Midland and Ector county bars can open next week with these restrictions:
Food Truck Park Officially Opens In Midland
As I was traveling down Wall St. on Saturday afternoon, something caught my eye and I was curious to know what was going on? Had I not been headed to dinner already, I would have stopped as I noticed there were several food trucks parked in a (former Platinum Motors car lot) parking lot. Well I did …
COVID-19 Cases Up In Midland And Ector Counties
I was watching the news yesterday and saw that here in the Permian, COVID cases are increasing. In Midland alone yesterday there were 26 new, confirmed cases. Ector County had 14 cases the day before. Pretty staggering numbers when you think about it.

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