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  • In God We Trust in Terry County

    The movement to place ‘In God We Trust’ decals on public safety vehicles is now official in Terry County.

    The Terry County Sheriff’s Office this week rolled out the new decals, which match the current paint scheme on the department’s patrol trucks.

    The move came after Sheriff Larry Gilbreath decided to join his “brother sheriffs” in the region in placing the decals on his cars.
  • Rainy Harvest Festival deemed a success

    Mother Nature dampened the earth, but not the spirit  the 68th Annual Terry County Harvest Festival, which organizers are calling a great success.

    The three day event enjoyed strong crowds, including a packed BMS Auditorium for Thursday night’s talent show and queen pageant, more than 1,200 revelers at Friday night’s concert, cheering spectators lining the parade route end to end and the usual bustling crowd and vendors in the park Saturday.

    “It was a great weekend in Brownfield and we appreciate everyone who had a hand in making this year’s talent show, concert, parade and festival such successes,” said Lorena Valencia, chamber manager. “We had an amazing group of girls this year and their hard work, and the support from their clubs and families was wonderful.”
  • Winery Estates moving forward with Council nod

    A project that has been on the drawing board for almost two years and which some believe could transform Brownfield got a nod of approval from the City Council Thursday morning.

    The council gave unanimous approval to the final zoning plat for creation of the High Plains Winery Estates, a reimagining of the long-vacant Brownfield Industrial Park.
  • West Gin and Phillip Gore Have First Bale
    Terry County’s first bale of cotton was ginned on Tuesday, September 29, at 10:24 a.m. at West Gin.
  • Hospital adopts deficit budget

    The Brownfield Regional Medical Center board of directors, after more than an hour of discussion Monday night, voted unanimously to adopt a deficit budget and scale back on taxes.

    The rate adopted Monday was 3.5 cents lower than the rate proposed several weeks ago and with which the budget was prepared.

    The board set the tax rate for the coming year at 23 cents.
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