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Posts published in “Day: January 28, 2020

61st annual Aldine ISD Livestock Show set Jan. 30-31

Eisenhower High School FFA student Nick Cain raised the Grand Champion Steer at the 2019 Aldine ISD Livestock Show and Country Fair. This year’s event will take place Jan. 30-31 at the M.O. Campbell Educational Center.

The 61st annual Aldine ISD Livestock Show and Country Fair will be held Jan. 30-31 at the M.O. Campbell Educational Center.

Project judging will be held on Thursday, Jan. 30, beginning at 8 a.m. and concluding at 4 p.m. in the Campbell Center Arena.

On Thursday and Friday, all projects will be on display to the public throughout the day. The Sale of Champions, which produced $206,437 in sales in 2019, will be held Friday evening (Jan. 31) at 7 p.m. and will be held in the Arena.

Local officials to host public meeting on construction permit for a concrete plant in Aldine

ALDINE, Texas –– State Representative Armando Walle along with Commissioner Adrian Garcia and Senator Carol Alvarado will host a TCEQ Air Permit Public meeting about Nomadic Aggregates, LLC, who has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for an air quality standard permit which would authorize construction of a permanent concrete batch plant in Aldine, specifically at 4213 Mooney Road, Houston, TX 77093.

The meeting will take place on Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at the Northeast Community Center, 10918 1/2 Bentley St. Houston, TX 77093. During the public meeting, residents have an opportunity to provide comments on the proposed concrete batch plant and are encourage to ask questions of the applicant and to TCEQ staff concerning the permit application. Please plan to attend and ask questions to TCEQ staff concerning the permit application.

Super Bowl LIV could be a special one as high-scoring Chiefs face defensive-minded 49ers

By Mike Keeney

The first Super Bowl of the new century has the potential to be one of the best ones we’ve seen in recent years. SB No. 54 pits the high-scoring Kansas Chiefs, and one of the game’s rising stars in quarterback Patrick Mahomes, against this year’s Cinderella story, the San Francisco 49ers who turned a 4-12 finish in 2018 to a 13-3 (15-3 now after playoff wins over Minnesota and Green Bay) record and a NFC West title.

The game is scheduled for Miami on Sunday. Early weather forecasts call for showers in the morning, but clearing by the 5:40 p.m. Central Time kickoff on FOX.

This will mark the first time in 18 years that somebody other than Tom Brady (started last four Super Bowls), Peyton Manning or Ben Rothlisberger will quarterback an AFC team in the big game.

The Chiefs will be seeking their second Lombardi Trophy, while the 49ers will be looking for their sixth Super Bowl title, which would tie them with the Steelers as the only NFL teams with six Lombardi’s.

This game will also have a local tie, as former MacArthur High standout Richard Whitaker is the special teams coach for the 49ers.

Chief fans have waited 50 years for a return to the big game, while 49er fans have waited 25 years to get back to a game Joe Montana and Steve Young played in routinely back in the late 1980s and 1990s.