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Fri
27
Oct

It must be getting close to Halloween . . .

It must be getting close to Halloween . . .

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Fri
20
Oct

Grady bond election voting begins Oct. 23 following hearing

GRADY - Early voting starts Monday for both the statewide Constitutional amendments election and the $35 million bond proposal for renovations at Grady schools.

On Tuesday, members of the Grady school district had an opportunity to hear all the details of the bond election.

The hearing Tuesday included both local input from school board trustees and from members of the bond election team - architects and construction experts from Amarillo and a professional financial advisor who handles bond elections for school districts all over the state.

 

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Fri
20
Oct

They’re all gonna run again

MARTIN COUNTY - The filing period doesn’t begin for another few weeks, but every Martin County public official has already made it clear - they all intend to be on the 2018 ballot for another term in office.

The application process begins the second week in November and runs through December 11.

 

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Fri
20
Oct

Chamber planning Trunk-or-Treat

STANTON - The Martin County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Trunk-or-Treat with any and all chamber businesses from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, Oct. 31 in downtown Stanton.

Call the chamber office for more info.

 

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Fri
13
Oct

Bond issue is the focus of townhall on Tuesday

GRADY - With early voting beginning Oct. 23, it’s time for voters in the Grady school district to educate themselves about the bond proposal on the November ballot.

One of the best chances to learn more about the issue comes Oct. 17 at the school when community members can meet with architects and construction company officials along with Grady administration and school board members.

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Fri
13
Oct

Gentlemen . . . Load your baskets (and make a run for it)

STANTON - For folks who remember the quiz shows that offered winners a chance for a shopping spree - run through the store and grab everything you can in two minutes - the video from the September action at Lawrence Brothers would look very familiar.

On Sep. 2, Stanton Police were contacted by Lawrence Brothers in reference to a theft that had occurred some days prior, but was just discovered.

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Fri
13
Oct

Dorner, Zacharias join county sheriff’s department as deputies

MARTIN COUNTY - With the departure of Deputy Keegan Johnson and his wife Alysha to the Austin area, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office has added two new deputies.

Jace Dorner was been hired as a fulltime deputy to replace Johnson. Dorner is a graduate of Greenwood High School and the Permian Basin Law Enforcement Academy. For the past three and a half years he has been employed with the Howard County Sheriff’s Office as a deputy sheriff.

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Fri
13
Oct

The Stanton Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church parish

This past Sunday, Bishop Michael Sis, along with support from the Stanton Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church parish, blessed the only remaining building on the convent grounds.

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Fri
13
Oct

The lab was was donated by QEP

Grady school board members and administrators thank QEP Resources officials at the opening of the new science lab at the schools.

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Fri
06
Oct

Andrews man gets a different kind of copper . . .

MARTIN COUNTY - At about number eight or nine of the 12-pack it all came perfectly clear, the plan came together.

Hire on with one of the oil companies, work a day or two - just long enough to figure out where they keep the copper, then quit and come back when there ain’t no one around . . .

What could possibly go wrong?

Well, for starters, there are some employees who actually do ride for the brand - and when they spotted a former co-worker in the company yard helping himself to the copper, they locked the gate and called the law.

 

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