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Mary Mae Rhoades Gregg

Funeral Services for Mary Mae Rhoades Gregg, 83, of Bastrop, TX, formerly of Brownfield, TX, was held at 2 pm on Monday, February 5, 2024, at Brownfield Funeral Home with son-inlaw, John Hunter officiating.

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Jackie Ruth Smith

Services for Jackie Ruth Smith will be held at 10:00 am on Wednesday, February 7, 2024, at Meadow First Baptist Church with Buddy Hamm officiating.

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Tractor Supply Breaks Ground in Brownfield

7B Construction broke ground Monday Morning for the new Tractor Supply on Tahoka Rd with several public officials and department heads in attendance. The Tractor Supply will be anywhere between 23,000 and 25,000 square feet and will include its very own greenhouse. The store will also be inside the city limits heading east on Tahoka Rd.

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Cupids Cuties Pageant to be Held Next Tuesday

The Brownfield Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Cupid’s Cuties Pageant next Tuesday at Triple D Winery and Event Center. The pageant is for children from zero to four years old, and the children are broken up into three categories. Babies are any child from zero to 23 months old, mini includes children from two to three years old and l i t t le is for four-year-old children. Director of the Brownfield Chamber and Visitor Information Center Lorena Valencia elaborated more on what the children are judged on.

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Proposed Safety Net Choice Could Add Risk to Farmers

In a January 17th Dear Colleague letter, Senator Debbie Stabenow (DMI), Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, outlined her proposal for strengthening the farm safety net in the 2024 Farm Bill (found here). The proposal centered around five key principles: programs must be targeted to active farmers; we need to provide farmers choices and flexibility;= assistance should be timely; we need to expand the reach of programs to help more farmers; and we need to address the emerging risks farmers face.

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To See Him More

Job said something after his encounter with God that has always stuck with me. He said, 'I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees You' (Job 42:5).

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The Origins of Punxsutawney Phil

The spotlight will be on Gobblers Knob in western Pennsylvania early Friday morning, when handlers of a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil will announce whether he saw his own shadow and predicts six more weeks of winter or an early spring.

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