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Nov
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A yard full of cotton continues to grow

A yard full of cotton continues to grow by the hour as stripping and ginning season is in full swing all across West Texas and Martin County. The Stanton Coop Gin has been busy day and night since the work began.

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Wed
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Nov
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Unfortunately fires like this one don’t take the holidays off

Unfortunately fires like this one don’t take the holidays off and Martin County’s volunteer firefighters are called into action. This one was serious for a short time, but crews from Stanton and Lenorah knocked it down before it got any worse.

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING 2017

HAPPY THANKSGIVING 2017

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Wed
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Nov
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Bale counts grow across the area

WEST TEXAS - Cotton producers continue to haul cotton to town with the weather continuing to cooperate.

Bale counts are coming in this week with Midland Co-op finally cranking up the gin and knocking out almost 760 bales.

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Wed
22
Nov
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Filing to get serious next Monday

MARTIN COUNTY - Filing for Martin County offices is into its second week and the activity will get very serious next Monday when many are expected to file.

The deadline to file for the 2018 election cycle is 6 pm, Dec. 11 to be placed on the ballots for party primaries in March. The general election is in November of 2018.

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Fri
17
Nov
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Burned out truck had been stolen; man arrested here

MARTIN COUNTY - A 45- year-old Stanton man is in jail following his arrest this week for the alleged theft of two vehicles from a Martin County farm.

Martin Ramos, 45 of Stanton, was jailed this week following an investigation after the two vehicles were stolen during a recent rampage of vehicle and equipment thefts from area farms and oilfield locations.

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Fri
17
Nov
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Sarah Deleon

Sarah Deleon, a Grady senior, was crowned 2017 Homecoming Queen Friday night during the Grady- Wellman Union football game. She was escorted by her dad, Marc Deleon.

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Fri
17
Nov
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Traffic stacks up day and night all along the interstate on the west end of Stanton

Traffic stacks up day and night all along the interstate on the west end of Stanton where crews are doing major work to the bridge near the Stanton Co-op. Numerous wrecks - almost daily have created issues for emergency rescue crews and volunteer firefighters from both Stanton and Lenorah. Work will continue for several months.

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Fri
17
Nov
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Filing starts off slowly here

MARTIN COUNTY - Filing began this week for Martin County offices and little activity kicked off the first week.

The deadline to file for the 2018 election cycle is 6 pm, Dec. 11 to be placed on the ballots for party primaries in March.

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Fri
17
Nov
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Geologists study uranium deposits in Martin County

MARTIN and HOWARD COUNTIES - Just when it might not seem like roads could get any more packed with oilfield and farm traffic, something new has popped up - uranium in Martin County.

Just how much is still the subject of more studies, but known deposits of the mineral have been acknowledged by the United State Geological Survey.

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