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The number of syphilis cases in Terry County is climbing. The state health department reports an 84% increase in reported syphilis cases between 2019 and 2021. Most of the infections are with local people between the ages of 25 and 44.

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FBI criminal complaint details charges against Brisendine

BROWNFIELD, Texas — During a routine check of public records on Tuesday morning, EverythingLubbock. com was able to obtain a copy of the FBI criminal complaint against Brian Lynn Brisendine, 42, of Brownfield. Officially, the charge was listed in court records as possession of child pornography involving a prepubescent minor.

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MyTurn: Defensive tackle left defenseless against superbug

I wasn’t nervous about a minor knee surgery. As an NFL football player who’d undergone far more extensive operations before, this procedure seemed completely routine. Little did I know that within 36 hours, I would be lying unconscious on the sofa at my daughter’s second birthday party, my right leg inflamed like an overinflated balloon.

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Joyce Ann (Dyer) Robertson

Joyce Ann (Dyer) Robertson, 83, of Big Spring, passed away Saturday, January 22, 2022. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 27, 2022 at Terry County Memorial Cemetery in Brownfield, Texas. Joyce was born February 22, 1938 in Snyder, Texas to Anna (Davis) Dyer and Henry Shelby Dyer.

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William Carl Edgar

William Edgar peacefully left this earth to go live with his Heavenly Father. Some of his last audible words were “I’m in His Hands.” We are sad he is gone but are blessed to know, because of his faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, his prayers were answered. Bill, as he was called by many, was born in Durant, Oklahoma to Carl and Emma Edgar. He graduated from high school in Carlsbad, New Mexico in 1956. After graduation, Bill enlisted into the United States Army. Within two years, he had risen to the rank of E-4 and by the time he was 20 years old, he was an E-5. At the age of 22, he was serving in the DMZ line and at the age of 25 he was a Platoon Sergeant. Bill was recalled to active duty four times and received four honorable discharges. He served in Korea, Vietnam, the Bay of Pigs, at the Berlin Wall, and during the Cold War. He received four Good Conduct Medals, four Bronze Knots, a Korea Defense Medal, a United States Army Service Medal, a Cold War Victory Medal, a United States Army Service Medal, and Army Sharpshooter Medals for rifle, automatic rifle, and pistols. After his service in the Army, he attended Big Spring College and South Plains College. He also served in the U.S. Army Reserves for eight years and was discharged January 1970. Bill was very active in his community. He served as a Deacon at the Brownfield Church of Christ from 1986 to 2003. He taught Sunday School and he and his wife were adult leaders for the teens at the Family Life for Christ Center. He was also very active in Jaycees as their secretary. Bill was also a Scout Master for the Boy Scouts, Cub Scout Leader, a 4-H Adult Leader, an FFA Adult Leader. He was a certified Concealed Handgun Instructor, a member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and an Adjutant for the American Legion. Bill worked at the U.S. Postal service for 10 years, then he changed employment to Pioneer Natural Gas. After Pioneer, he worked at Energas. He was with Energas (Atmos) for 30 years. Bill is survived by his wife of 53 years, Judy, two sons, Carl Edgar of Wichita Falls and Paul Edgar of San Antonio, his daughter-in-law Jennifer, his grandchildren, Jillian, William, Makayla, and Trinity. He is also survived by his sister Joyce Phipps, her husband Rondal of Monahans, his brothers-in-law Horace Burnett and his wife Roxann of Amarillo and Gary Burnett and his wife Sandy of Fort Worth, and several nieces and nephews. Family and friends gathered to celebrate his life of 84 years with a visitation on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. at the Brownfield Funeral Home. Funeral service for William Carl “Bill” Edgar will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 26, 2022, at Brownfield Church of Christ with Bo Shero officiating. Burial will follow at Brownfield Cemetery under the direction of Brownfield Funeral Home.

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David M. Hernandez Sr.

David M. Hernandez Sr. of Lamesa, TX passed away peacefully at home in Brownfield, TX on January 15, 2022 at the age of 69. Visitation will be Friday January 28, 2022 5-8 p.m. at Grace Funeral Care-Brownfield Chapel. A Celebration of his life will take place Saturday January 29, 2022 10 a.m. at the same location. He will be laid to rest in the Brownfield Cemetery near his former wife and son. David was born on February 3, 1952 to Bonifacio Vasquez Hernandez and Tomasita Martinez Hernandez. He attended Dawson ISD where he played football, to which his siblings still remember his nickname being “BiBi”. During his 11th grade year of high school he met Hilda Bravo Vasquez and ended up marrying and having six children, David Hernandez Jr., Jose Luis Hernandez, Chon Hector Hernandez, Christopher Shawn Hernandez, Andrea Hernandez, and Joshua Matthew Hernandez, settling in Brownfield, TX. He was a man with many hats working at differing labor jobs such as the Lamesa Pumpkin Center, skilled farmer for Jerry McNeil Farms, working in the oil field, and his final job at Gentry Brothers horse farms. In the 1970s David and Hilda attended Templo Sinai under Pastor Samuel Milliano and while there joined the band called Los Nazarenos, where he traveled for two years playing the drums, organ, and singing for the Lord! After years of working in different locations throughout west Texas he ended up back in Brownfield where he would retire with his family. His last words were “I’m ready, to go be with the Lord” with tears in his eyes requesting that he worship the Lord by music as the Lord took him. Things that David loved were motorcycles, live band music, loved to travel, camp outs, fishing, and nature, and most of all he LOVED to eat. Every spring David had his garden with windmills, bird seed, and flags, hand painted portraits and puzzles! He will be deeply missed and always loved forever. David was preceded in death by his parents Bonifacio Vasquez Hernandez and Tomasita Martinez Hernandez and sister Elicia Hernandez - Vasquez and two sons, David Jr. Hernandez, Joe Luis Hernandez and his beloved ex-wife Hilda B Vasquez. He is survived by his brothers and sisters, Mary Lou Hernandez - Savedra, Mary Ann Hernandez - Alonzo, Ramon Hernandez, Encarnacion ( Chon ) Hernandez, Bonifacio Jr. Hernandez, four living children, Chon Hector Hernandez, Christopher Shawn Hernandez, Andrea Hernandez - Rodriquez, and Joshua Matthew Hernandez, 19 grandchildren, Adrianna Hernandez, BreAnna Hernandez, Jamality Hernandez, Christopher Hernandez, Travis K Hernandez, Haley Kristen Pauda Hernandez, Janessa Marie Pauda Hernandez, Kamryn Paris Hernandez, Willow Rose Vera Hernandez, Ema A Rodriquez, Angel M Rodriquez, Nevaeh K Rodriquez, Angelina M Rodriquez, Frankie Jr Rodriquez, Victoria G Rodriquez, Elizabeth D Rodriquez, John S Rodriquez, Sarah B Rodriquez, David N Rodriquez, nine great - grandchildren, numerous nephews, and niece’s and friends. Arrangements are entrusted to the professionals of Grace Funeral Care.

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William Paul Hale

William Paul Hale, 50, departed this life on January 22, 2022, peacefully at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock, TX. He was born June 15, 1971 in Lamesa, TX to his parents, Danny Clyde Hale and Deona (Jones) Hale. Paul spent the majority of his life in O’Donnell, TX where he went to school and graduated from. He was always doing something to keep him busy, whether that be working on the yard, driving down country roads, or cooking for his family on his bbq pit. He enjoyed helping out on the family farm and cherished any time spent with his family, especially time with his 3 children. Those who knew him, would agree he would be willing to help anyone he came across without hesitation. He was a hardworking man who dedicated himself to making sure his family was always provided for and loved. He lived an adventurous life that was never boring and full of love. Those left to cherish his memory are his parents; 2 daughters, Kaci Cooper and Kalli Hale; 1 son, Tobey Hale; 3 grandchildren, Blake, Noah and Paisley; Siblings, Robbye and Danlyn Hale; and grandmother, Virginia Thompson and numerous other family members who he loved very much. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, M.H. (Shorty) Thompson, and Nolan and Wanda Jones. A memorial service for Paul will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022 at 2pm at the Combest Family Memorial Chapel in Tahoka.

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