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Terry County Retired Teachers Assoc. October 4 - Business meeting, Lunch & then Field Trip to Texas Custom Wine Works.

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Sheriff initiates inmate work program in Terry County

Terry County Sheriff Timothy Click began an inmate work program on Sept. 22 that includes maintenance work like shredding and mowing county and city property by qualified inmates who have been sentenced to serve time in the Terry County Jail. The program is financially supported through the jail commissary, which also paid for the tractor. Even fuel costs are provided at no cost to taxpayers. Inmates must meet certain guidelines in order to participate in the program, which provides upkeep for the cemetery on 14th St. and for public parks. The service is not available for maintenance of private land.

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Get to Know Your 2022 Harvest Festival Queen Candidates

Representing the Alpha Omega Study Club, Kamryn Murph. Kamryn is the daughter of Michael Murph and Ella Murph and the granddaughter of Jan and Manuel Carrasco. She is a junior at Wellman-Union where she is a member of the Cross County, Track and Golf Teams and a Varsity Cheerleader. She is also involved in UIL, One Act Play and a Dual Credit Student. Kamryn would like to continue her education at Texas Tech University or West Texas A&M University to study Veterinary Medicine. Her favorite memory of Harvest Festival has been bonding and laughing with the girls each week at practice.

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Projects begin for 4-H in Terry County

Livestock and agriculture, family and community health, consumer decision-making and other important topics are part of programs offered to 4-H members across the nation each year. Programs also include STEM, photography and food projects. Enrollment began on Sept. 1 for Terry County 4-H.

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Pastor Tommy Rosenblad takes the lead at First Baptist Church of Brownfield

First Baptist Church of Brownfield Pastor Tommy Rosenblad and his wife, Sherry moved from Rotan over the summer and began meeting and getting to know the congregation and the community of Brownfield. Tommy Rosenblad had served as a pastor in Rotan for eight years. Shery Rosenblad previously worked in the Psychology and Counseling Department at Hardin-Simmons University.

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Child Car seat check up event planned for September 24

Using the car seat that’s right for your child can save their life WHO: Child passenger safety technicians/instructors WHAT: Car seat checkup event WHEN: Saturday, September 24, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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PCCA Announces Year-End Cash Distributions of $19.48 Million to its Grower-Owners

On Sept. 20 at its 69 th Annual Meeting, Lubbock-based Plains Cotton Cooperative Association announced further fiscal year-end cash distributions to its grower-owners totaling $19.48 million.

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