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SMS raises over $300 for local food bank

SMS raises over $300 for local food bank

STANTON - The Stanton Middle School Student Council presented the Martin County Community Fund with a check for $334 on Wednesday.

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A new Texas PAC aims to register voters; should you be suspicious?

MARTIN COUNTY - A new Republican political action committee, Engage Texas, is attempting to register and educate voters about the Republican leadership and conservative principles of Texas.

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Correction: Petty files for Pct. 1 commissioner

MARTIN COUNTY

- Last week’s article on last minute filers misnamed the candidate running for Martin County Commissioner Pct. 1.

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Area gins cross quarter million bales

WEST TEXAS - Cotton bales continue flying out of area gins as reported numbers surpass a quarter million bales.

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In classier terms

In classier terms

In classier terms . . . The Tanks are Full, Merry Christmas.

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Big Spring 22nd annual Christmas display ends Dec. 25

BIG SPRING - The 22nd Annual Comanche Trail Festival of Lights boasts over a million lights on display in the Comanche Trail Park in Big Spring.

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Active shooter, mass casualty event planned here Friday

STANTON - Martin County Hospital and Stanton ISD will be hosting an Active Shooter Mass Casualty Drill on Dec. 20, from 10:30 am until 12:00 pm. During that time, there may be multiple rounds of realistic- sounding, simulated gun shots lasting 5-7 minutes at Stanton High School.

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Area gins closing in on 250,000 bales

WEST TEXAS - Gin trucks are running day and night as more modules are stacked up on area gin yards.

And with more cotton comes higher bales number as area gins are poised to break the 250,000 bale barrier today.

As of Wednesday, the number stood just a few thousand shy of the mark.

 

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EPA announces revised decision for coyote killing bomb

WEST TEXAS — The Trump administration today announced it will reauthorize use of sodium cyanide in wildlife-killing devices called M-44s. These “cyanide bombs” received approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency despite cries they inhumanely and indiscriminately killing thousands of animals every year. and that they have also injured people.

The EPA allows use of the devices by Wildlife Services, the animal-killing program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The EPA also authorizes M-44 use by state agencies in South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico and Texas.

A federal court recently approved a ban on M-44 use by Wildlife Services across more than 10 million acres of public land in Wyoming. The Wyoming ban is as part of an agreement resulting from a lawsuit brought by the Center and other wildlife advocacy groups.

 

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Keep your eyes wide open this time of year

Keep your eyes wide open this time of year

MARTIN COUNTY - It’s that time of year again! And if it ain’t nailed down, the odds are pretty good there’s somebody out there lurking around with a brilliant criminal mind plotting to steal your stuff.

There’s gifts to buy and all that holiday dope to pay for - so why not take somebody else’s stuff to help pay the bills?

Unfortunately, both the Martin County Sheriff’s Office and Stanton Police Department have to clean up the mess - and eventually they’ll nab the culprits.

 

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