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Troopers, Marshals capture fugitives

Troopers, Marshals capture fugitives

MIDLAND - On June 29, at approximately 8:30 p.m., DPS Troopers were assisting the U.S. Marshals in a search for two wanted fugitives. A Trooper located the suspects, and a vehicle pursuit ensued.

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Grady releases tentative dates for 2020-21 school year

GRADY - As the Texas Education Agency is in the process of updating plans for reopening schools for this fall, Grady ISD has tentatively set some dates:

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Texas reports more than 8,000 new cases of coronavirus, more than doubling new case counts from two weeks ago

Texas reports more than 8,000 new cases of coronavirus, more than doubling new case counts from two weeks ago

• 1,921,948 virus tests and 197,088 antibody tests have been administered as of June 30.

• 168,062 Texans tested positive for the coronavirus as of July 1 — 8,076 more than the day before and 42,141 more than a week ago. An estimated 87,556 have recovered.

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COVID-19 continues to damage Texas economy

State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.7 Billion in June

TEXAS — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.67 billion in June, 6.5 percent less than in June 2019.

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Texas economy, COVID-19 are both ramping up as Abbot continue to re-open state

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MARTIN COUNTY - Seven weeks after Gov. Greg Abbott began allowing businesses to reopen, Texas exceeded another one of the his key metrics Wednesday when the seven-day average positivity rate passed 10%, a level that Abbott previously called a “warning flag.”

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Safety tips for July 4 fireworks

Safety tips for July 4 fireworks
Safety tips for July 4 fireworks

MARTIN COUNTY - Hot weather and dry fuel conditions have made many areas of the county more susceptible to wildfires. Independence Day is just around the corner and awareness needs to be spread in preventing wildfires ignited by fireworks.

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Stanton ISD staffer tests positive for COVID-19

Stanton ISD staffer tests positive for COVID-19
Stanton ISD staffer tests positive for COVID-19

STANTON - Late last Wednesday, Stanton ISD was informed that a staff member of Stanton ISD tested positive for COVID-19.

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Democrat Party primary runoff starts Monday

MARTIN COUNTY - Early voting for the Democrat Primary Run-off of United States Senator and Railroad Commissioner will begin Monday.

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Stanton Girl Scout Troop

Stanton Girl Scout Troop

Stanton Girl Scout Troop 125 members Hailey Thigpen and Katelynn Thigpen proudly display their Stay Camp crafts.

 

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Two week worship challenge turns into 100 day phenomenon

Two week worship challenge turns into 100 day phenomenon

STANTON - A challenge that was only supposed to last two weeks will host its 100th Day of Worship at Beal Park in Midland on June 21 from 7 - 10 pm.

Albert Hall, First Baptist Church of Stanton Youth and Music Minister, was returning from a mission trip in Spain when he was informed he would have to quarantine for 14 days due to COVID-19 guidelines. He was approached by a God loving young man, Andrew Wheeler of Stanton, with a challenge to lead a social media worship service for each day of the quarantine.

“I accepted the 14 day challenge and intended to stop once the quarantine was completed,” stated Hall. “But I received a message how the time of worship had truly impacted this lady’s family so I decided to continue.”

Over the next three months, Hall took to social media to lead worship with his voice and piano and has reached places as far as Washington, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand just to name a few.

 

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