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Fri
22
Nov
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No new candidates file to enter race for county offices

MARTIN COUNTY - At presstime Thursday there were no new filings for political office in Martin County. Incumbent Martin County Commissioner Valentino Sotelo was the first candidate to file for the March primaries. Sotelo filed last week in the Democratic Primary, which will be March 4, 2014. He faces a challenger in the commissioners race for Prec. 2. 
 
Fri
22
Nov
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Serving Stanton, Lenorah, Tarzan and all of Martin County

A Lubbock man was transported with non-life-threatening injuries to Midland Memorial Hospital Tuesday night after a train crashed into his pickup at Highway 137 in Stanton, according to DPS officials. The driver was headed north when his company pickup got caught between the emergency crossing bars as they descended. A westbound train clobbered the pickup at about 5:40 p.m.. Charges are pending against the man, who was treated and released at MMH.
 
Fri
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Nov
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Cemetery association’s annual fund drive beginning this week

MARTIN COUNTY - Volunteers for Evergreen Cemetery have been busy the past few weeks preparing notices to members announcing the annual dues are forthcoming. Over 500 cards are scheduled to be mailed to members within the next couple of weeks, according to Danny Fryar, president of the Evergreen Cemetery Association 
 
Fri
22
Nov
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Students from the Stanton FFA, Grady FFA and Martin County 4

Students from the Stanton FFA, Grady FFA and Martin County 4- H gathered at the county livestock barn Saturday to give the whole area a good cleaning. Both ag teachers, the county agent and a bunch of parents helped out, getting the barn ready for the county show in January. 
 
Fri
15
Nov
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County coffers filling up as needs continue

MARTIN COUNTY - Flush - that’s what Martin County is right now - in tall cotton, cuttin’ a fat hog, hitting the jackpot, on a roll . . . Pick whatever cliche fits, but the bottom line, so to speak, is taxing entities in Martin County never had it so good. And while the energy dollars are flowing, many in the community are urging their elected officials to take advantage of those big bucks now while they are available 
 
 
Fri
15
Nov
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A trio of suspects gets a close up view of Martin County

A trio of suspects gets a close up view of Martin County dirt after a high speed chase through the county Tuesday. The three were arrested for numerous thefts in the area.
 
 
Fri
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Nov
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exhibitors at Saturday’s Martin County

Pullet people - some of the exhibitors at Saturday’s Martin County Pullet Show were Robin Beasley, Kristen Blocker, Tyler Straub, Whitney Bryan, TJ Shands and Shelby McDaniel
 
Thu
07
Nov
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Good news for Martin County: I-20 to open early

MARTIN/HOWARD COUNTIES - Good news came early Thursday when the Texas Department of Transportation announced eastbound lanes were open on the interstate around noon and westbound lanes could be open as early as Thursday evening. Traffic from the interstate has glutted many roads in Martin County, with all of the trucks, buses and cars detoured off the major artery and right through Martin County.
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Thu
07
Nov
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Ramirez defeats incumbent for Grady school board

GRADY - School trustees will meet next week to canvass returns from the Nov. 5 school board election which was won by recent Grady High School graduate Alfredo Ramirez. A 2011 graduate of GHS, Ramirez is a first-time candidate and received eight votes in the District 2 election.
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Thu
07
Nov
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Filing period opens Nov. 9 for Martin County offices

MARTIN COUNTY - Some of the names are already known - and some others are expected to announce their candidacies in coming weeks. Either way the filing period opens Saturday in Martin County and all across Texas for those candidates to file. The filing period continues until 6 p.m., Dec. 9, which is a Monday. Primaries in both the Republican and Democratic parties are on March 4, 2014, with the general election this time next year, the first Tuesday in November. The filing period, which has been moved several times in recent years, is set at Nov. 9 through Dec. 9. Applications to file and lists of the filing fees are available from both the Republican Party Chair, John Campbell of Tarzan, and the Democratic Party Chair, Delton Costlow of Stanton.

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