Those interested in water management will stream into Midland this week for the Produced Water Society of the Permian Basin’s second annual conference.
If you are not committed (to Priority Midland), get out. So said Mayor Jerry Morales to those in attendance at the City Council retreat earlier this month.
Both Odessa and Midland will benefit from IDEA Public Schools opening 14 schools in Odessa and Midland by the 2024-2025 school year.
The Permian Strategic Partnership, a group of 20 Permian Basin energy companies, will donate $16.5 million to help open 14 schools in Midland and Odessa by 2025, the coalition announced Sunday.
Midland ISD officials said they have already planned for the potential loss of students to IDEA Public Schools.
The new Permian Strategic Partnership of 20 energy companies said it will donate $16.5 million to support the opening of 14 new charter schools in the Midland-Odessa area.
Collaboration between three of Midlands major philanthropic players and the Permian Strategic Partnership helped make possible one of the biggest education announcements in the citys history. IDEA Public Schools will bring 14 schools to Midland-Odessa by 2024-2025, and one reason is $55 million in private funding; $45 million of that is from Midlands philanthropic and […]
IDEA Public Schools is planning to open 14 schools on seven sites inside Midland and Odessa by the 2024-25 school year.
The announcement that IDEA Public Schools will open 14 schools in Midland-Odessa by the 2024-25 school year is the type of education transformation our community needs.
Improving public education is vital to the success of our communities and is a top priority for PSP and our member companies…” Permian Strategic Partnership Chairman Don Evans
A group of Permian Basin companies, foundations and individuals from Ector and Midland counties have contributed nearly $55 million in start-up funds for IDEA Public Schools to establish a presence in the region.
Foundations and businesses across the Permian Basin teamed up to raise 55 million dollars, which will all be invested towards 14 IDEA public schools to Midland and Odessa by 2025.
My name is Patrick Payton, and I am running for mayor. And with that simple statement, the former Stonegate senior pastor entered the 2019 mayors race.
An infusion of growth, particularly at the middle and high school levels, is coming over the next 10 years for Ector County Independent School District, a recent demographic study by Davis Demographics shows.
The Permian is blessed with courageous, inventive people and natural resources beyond our wildest imagination. It is one of the reasons wildcatters had the audacity to believe they could create an oasis in the middle of the desert so many lifetimes ago.
Pioneer Natural Resources and other shale producers are having their high-flying wings clipped by investors concerned that the producers were spending far more than they were earning.
The EnergyPlex Conference, hosted by the Economic Development Corporation of Lea County, drew about 250 participants for the one-day event.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) – A nonprofit alliance of energy companies has spent $80,000 on a grant writer to help New Mexicos Transportation Department pursue federal grants. The statesLegislative Finance Committeeannounced in a newsletter Tuesday the support from thePermian Strategic Partnership.
Jason Burns started his third week as Eddy County Public Works Director and has developed a multi-step approach dealing with county road projects. Burns entered his new position with Eddy County June 3.
Eddy County officials said the intersection of New Mexico State Road 31 and United States Highway 285 is the weakest link in the countys extensive road network.