Friday, April 27, 2018
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MARTIN COUNTY - After a quarter century during some of the most pivotal times in the history of the Martin County Hospital, Jerry Cox is stepping down from his role as the leader of the Martin County Hospital Board. Martin County commissioners named three board members to two-year terms on the... + continue reading
Friday, April 27, 2018
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JSAN ANGELO – Grady High School had another successful Region II tennis tournament at Bentwood Country Club in San Angelo on Apr. 18 and 19. The biggest name in the tournament, Grady’s Dominic Gibson, was looking for his fourth straight Regional Title and he did not disappoint winning... + continue reading
Friday, April 27, 2018
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JIM NED – Stanton’s Payden North is headed for the Region I-AAA track and field meet at Abilene Christian University on Apr. 27 and 28 after a strong performance at the Area meet at Jim Ned High School on Apr. 18. The top four athletes from both District 5 and District 6 competed... + continue reading
Friday, April 27, 2018
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STANTON – The Lady Buff’s softball team wrapped up their season on Apr. 20, finishing with an overall record of 8- 18 and a district record of 1-9. For the second straight year, Stanton has improved its overall record and for the first time in the school’s history, the Lady Buffs... + continue reading
Friday, April 20, 2018
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MARTIN COUNTY - Five Martin County scholars have advanced to the state UIL academic meet May 4-5 in Austin on the strength of their victories at the regional level this last week. Alexis Silva and Kayli Inman of Stanton High School have advanced in Class AAA and now go for the big... + continue reading

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04/27/2018
By  Bartee Haile U.S troops liberated a German prisoner-of-war camp on Apr. 29, 1945 bringing to an end the 28-month ordeal of a Houston newspaperman turned bomber navigator. Anyone, who has driven the streets of Texas’ largest city, has at one time or another ridden down... + continue reading
04/20/2018
by Bartee Haile Texas Rangers and Indian allies in war paint crossed the Red River on Apr. 24, 1858 in search of a common enemy — the Comanches. The key to Hardin Runnels’ surprising upset of Sam Houston in the election of 1857 was his belligerent attitude toward the North... + continue reading

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Another Old Soreheads Trade Days drew big crowds Saturday and Sunday as folks packed the streets of downtown Stanton both days. Good weather certainly didn’t hurt - the next trade days, in the heat of summer   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://... + continue reading
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If they’re not running into one another, they are catching fire and buring to the ground. Big trucks, like this one earlier this week, continue to keep volunteer firefighters from Stanton and Lenorah on their toes, as well as local law enforcement and the EMS.   To read... + continue reading
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HERMLEIGH - Grady’s varsity girls finished fourth at the Area track meet at Hermleigh High School on Apr. 16. The Area track meet consists of the top four finishers from both District 11 and District 12 track meets. Borden County and Klondike tied for... + continue reading
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STANTON – The Lady Buff’s softball team wrapped up their season on Apr. 20, finishing with an overall record of 8- 18 and a district record of 1-9. For the second straight year, Stanton... + continue reading

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By  Bartee Haile U.S troops liberated a German prisoner-of-war camp on Apr. 29, 1945 bringing to an end the 28-month ordeal of a Houston newspaperman turned bomber navigator. Anyone, who... + continue reading

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MARTIN COUNTY - Area residents are invited to come learn about water thrifty landscaping at the 2018 Permian Basin Underground Water District Rainwater Harvesting Workshop. The presentation is... + continue reading