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DPS to Increase Enforcement for the Holidays

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announced today its annual Christmas and New Year’s holiday traffic enforcement campaigns kicked off on Wednesday, Dec. 23. DPS is reminding drivers to celebrate the holiday season responsibly by practicing safe driving habits and obeying all traffic laws.

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New COVID relief package includes ag assistance

Congress agreed on a $900 billion COVID stimulus package late Monday night. The package includes up to $13 billion earmarked for agriculture.

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TCLA Gearing Up For 2021 Stockshows

Preparations are underway for the Terry County Stock Show which is set to begin Thursday, January 14, and run through January 16. According to the Terry County Livestock Association(TCLA), the following guidelines have been implemented to adhere to current COVID-19 guidelines and regulations:

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Pictured from L to R

Pictured from L to R in the adult group Joe Cavasos, 2nd place; Michael Tackitt, 1st place; Gabi Fields, 3rd place; Ryan Dill, and Kristin Dill.(Contributed photo/staff photo)

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Wildcats fall to Roosevelt

The Wellman-Union boys’ basketball team faced off against Class 3A opponent Roosevelt on Friday night. The Wildcats put up a fight against the Eagles but fell 67-36. Roosevelt jumped out to an early 15-8 lead over Wellman-Union in the first and extended its lead before halftime with a 20-8 second quarter. The Wildcats trailed 35-16 and looked to get back in the game in the second half. The Wildcats scored 13 points in the third but trailed 51-29 going into the fourth quarter. In the final quarter, the Eagles held the Wildcats to seven points to secure the win.

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Kangaroos top Broncos

The Meadow boys’ basketball team hosted Kress in its final home game of the year on Friday night. The Broncos were coming off a home win earlier in the week and looked to go into the Christmas break on a two-game winning streak. Instead, the Kangaroos defeated the Wildcats 45-37 in a close game. Kress jumped out to an early two-point lead on Meadow at the end of the first, 11-9. The second quarter played similar to the first with the Broncos struggling to win the quarter and went into the half trailing 23-18. The Kangaroos were able to build a lead in the third when they held the Broncos to only four points and led 34-22 going into the fourth. In the final quarter, the Broncos went for a final rally and won the quarter 15-11 but came up short in the final score.

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Lady Broncos fall at home

The Meadow girls’ basketball team hosted Kress on Friday night in its final home game of the year. The Lady Broncos (5-9) lost 59-35 after a slow start to the game. The Lady Broncos found themselves trailing by 11 points after one quarter of play, 16-5, and had a better offensive quarter in the second but were trailing by double digits at halftime, 30-14. After the break, the Lady Broncos came out looking to score and put up 12 points in the quarter, the most all game, but on the defensive end, they allowed Kress to outscore them with 14 points. Meadow went into the fourth trailing 44-26 and looked to make a late-game rally. Yet Kress’s defense held the home team to only nine points and secured the road win.

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