Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Wednesday, May 30, 2001
Bryant graduates with honors in Tennessee
Christopher Michael Bryant, of Gallatin, Tenn. and formerly of Pecos,
graduated on May 25, in Gallatin, Tenn.
Bryant graduated with honors and as a member of the Alpha Beta Club.
He has been accepted in the David Lipscomb University (a Church of Christ
Affiliation) majoring in medicine, and a minor in music, after taking his
college entry exam and scoring a 32% ranking in the 99th% nationwide.
Bryant has excelled and shows a promising future and accredits his endeavors
from his teachers and family in Pecos.
He is the son of Belinda Bryant of Austin and Jeff Bryant of Gallatin,
Maternal grandparents are Angelita Carrasco and Leandro Orona of Pecos.
Paternal grandparents are Della Bryant and the late Jimmy Bryant.
Jobs available on OC web site
Many of Odessa College's job search resources developed to assist OC students
also are available to the public.
OC's Web site, www.Odessa.edu, contains easy-to-use lists of available
jobs in the Permian Basin and elsewhere, according to Career Services director
"Anyone looking for a job is welcome to use this free service," said Williams,
"especially high school students looking for summer work."
The Web pages, located in the Career Services section of the site, also
offer other career information and important links to additional helpful
Web sites. Williams said area employers frequently contact his department
to have their job openings posted at the college and on the Web site.
To view those job lists online, interested persons should select "Departments"
from the OC main menu, then go to "Career Services." From there, select the
"Available Jobs" option. A "HireNet.net" logo is located at the bottom of
the page, which links to the various job listings.
Williams emphasized that navigating the site is easy and and visitors
do not need to register or sign in. "But if they have problems," he said,
"they can call Career Services. We would be glad to help." He added, "Part
of OC's mission and a measure of our success is how we help students get
jobs after they complete their studies. Helping the public, via our Web site,
is just a normal extension of OC's role as a community college."
For more information, call Odessa College Career Services at 335-6835.
Curfew hours should be observed
Pecos Police Department would like to remind the community that curfew
hours for minors are: 10 p.m. on any Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or
Thursday until 6 a.m., on the following day; and 12:01 a.m. until 6 a.m.,
on any Saturday or Sunday.
Please assist the department in the compliance of this ordinance.
If you have any questions concerning the curfew ordinance, contact Patrol
Lieutenant Tony Dawdy at 445-4911.
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