Friday, January 19, 2018
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Stanton bridge could be closed for months this time WEST TEXAS - It’s happening all over Texas, but it’s gotten much worse in West Texas where trucking companies have hit a dozen bridges in just over two months, costing taxpayers millions and creating continuous traffic issues all up... + continue reading
Friday, January 19, 2018
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Stanton bridge could be closed for months this time WEST TEXAS - It’s happening all over Texas, but it’s gotten much worse in West Texas where trucking companies have hit a dozen bridges in just over two months, costing taxpayers millions and creating continuous traffic issues all up... + continue reading
Friday, January 19, 2018
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STANTON – Stanton’s varsity girls’ basketball team picked up its first district win of the season on Friday against Clyde but ran into a buzz saw on Tuesday and lost to Jim Ned. Clyde rolled into Stanton last Friday night looking for an upset but a shorthanded Buffaloes team... + continue reading
Friday, January 19, 2018
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GRADY – Grady’s sub varsity girls basketball teams were unstoppable this past week with both teams winning their respective tournaments in Garden City and Forsan. The junior high black team won the Garden City tournament with wins over Garden City and Midland Classical. Grady... + continue reading
Friday, January 5, 2018
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MARTIN COUNTY - It’s not just local politics that will see some challenges in the 2018 election cycle - all of the state and federal folks who represent Martin County are also in an election battle. The latest candidate to come through the neighborhood this week is Paul Myers of Midland... + continue reading

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01/19/2018
MARTIN COUNTY - The annual Martin County Livestock Show begins next Thursday evening when animals are weighed and classified at the Martin County Community Center. The show itself starts Friday morning with the lambs, goats, steers and heifers being shown during the day. On Saturday, the... + continue reading
01/19/2018
GARDEN CITY – Grady’s junior high boys were busy this past week with a runner-up finish at the Garden City tournament over the weekend and two district victories over O’Donnell on Tuesday. Grady opened its tournament play on Saturday with a 39- 16 win over Garden City. The... + continue reading

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The Stanton varsity boys are the champions of the Reagan County Basketball tournament. Pictured are manager JoBeth Myrick, manager Brooke Bird, manager Erin Yeats, coach Joshua Talley, Colby Rackard, Devan Simpson, manager Nathaniel Clanton, Sebastian Escamilla, Reed Thomas, Wesley Ulmer, Reagan... + continue reading
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Stanton’s varsity girls won the Reagan County tournament over the Christmas break. Pictured are coaches Jim Kinnear and Jeff Dunn; middle: Beth Holland, Payden North, Gaby Rodriguez, Keslee Jenkins, Kirsten Church, Ashlyn Mauldin and Payge Grable; front: Kenzi Spinks and Katie Harris. Church... + continue reading
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Members of the Martin County Chamber of Commerce award David Matthews and the staff at First Natiional Bank in Stanton as the Martin County Business of the Month for January of 2018   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Martin%... + continue reading
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01/19/2018 - 0 comment(s)
GARDEN CITY – Grady’s junior high boys were busy this past week with a runner-up finish at the Garden City tournament over the weekend and two district victories over O’Donnell on... + continue reading

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I started out in the cattle business south of the Little Ear Parallel. That line that runs approximately from Fresno to Atlanta. South of that imaginary boundary cattle with ’a little ear... + continue reading

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HUNTSVILLE - Coahoma High School freshman Julia Cox won the state FFA Greenhand Creed Speaking competition earlier this month in Huntsville. Cox, the daughter of Christina and Brad Cox of Coahoma... + continue reading