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Thu
26
Feb

The Martin County Historical Museum

The Martin County Historical Museum team of John Myrick, Terri Anderson and Elodia Bravo repeated as First Place Soup and Best Decorated Table at the 26th Annual Soup Cook-Off last week in Stanton. Kathryn Burch and Shawna Burch took home the Best Tasting Soup Award for Old Sorehead Trade Days.

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Thu
26
Feb

A 24-year-old Lubbock Christian

A 24-year-old Lubbock Christian University student survived this end-over-end rollover this week without any major injuries - one of 11 wrecks in Martin County this week when ice and sleet covered many area highways.

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Thu
26
Feb

Midland company plans construction of gas processing plant near Grady

MARTIN COUNTY - A Midland-based company, which is being sold to Houston-based EnLink Midstream, is planning to construct a 200 MMcf/d gas processing plant about four and a half miles  south of Grady school in Martin County.Considered a large-sized plant - to be called the Riptide Plant, it  is designed to expand the existing gathering and processing system owned by Coronado Midstream of Midland, which is in negotiationsfor sale to EnLink. Located along FM 829, the plant will more than double the size  of Coronado’s current capacity.

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Thu
26
Feb

Man dies in one of 11 wrecks in ice

MARTIN COUNTY - The latest round of ice and sleet sent vehicles flying around Martin County on Monday when 11 wrecks were worked by law enforcement and emergency medical  personnel.One Lubbock man was killed in on.e of the rollovers. He was the driver of a vehicle that overturned on Hwy. 137 about 14 miles north of Stanton

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Thu
19
Feb

Another

Another week and, yep, another bad wreck - this one wiped out the rest stop - WIPED it out - between Tarzan and Andrews when a belly-dump truck plowed through the roadside stop area and tore it into oblivion. No serious  njuries were reported.

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Thu
19
Feb

Years of service

Years of service to the customers of First National Bank in Stanton - 30 of them - are recognized by the bank for Randy Campbell, Connie Hazelwood and Yolanda Carrillo.

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Thu
19
Feb

Brilliant criminal minds at work at Tractor Supply

STANTON - It was bound to happen . . . put a bunch of new stuff out in front of a new business, slap a cable around it and see if some brilliant criminal mind won’t try to figure out a way to cut the cable and steal the stuff. Happened right here in Stanton this month when Tractor Supply opened, complete with all the new stuff outside as Tractor Supply stores do all over the country.

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Tue
10
Feb

Kendalls ending 32 years of service to Martin County

STANTON - After 44 years serving the medical needs of West Texans, Kyle Kendall is going to take some time off. Stanton Drug Store’s owner for the past 32 years, Kendall recently announced his retirement.
 
Tue
10
Feb

It’s soup time in Stanton again

MARTIN COUNTY - This year will mark the 26th Annual Great Texas Soup Cook-Off. This year’s event is scheduled for Feb. 21 at the Martin County Community Center from 5-7 p.m. The cook-off is the Martin County Convent’s yearly fundraiser to restore and protect the historic Carmelite Monastery building.
 
Tue
10
Feb

Villa, Fryar first to file for places on May 9 ballot

STANTON - Incumbents Steven Villa and Danny Fryar are the first aplicants to file for the May 9 elections for two places on the Stanton City Council and three spots on the Stanton Independent School District Board of Trustees.
 

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