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Lady Cubs remain perfect in district

MULESHOE — The Brownfield girls’ basketball team had three District 3-3A games scheduled for the month of December. The Lady Cubs defeated Dimmitt in their district home opener and followed that up with another home win over Friona, and Monday’s game was the first road game for Brownfield in district. Brownfield made an hour and half trip to face the Lady Mules of Muleshoe, in a battle of two undefeated district opponents. After the final buzzer the Lady Cubs left their opponents court with a 58-20 win and a 3-0 district record which places them in a tie with Littlefield for first place.

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Cubs win second straight district game

MULESHOE — The Brownfield boys’ basketball team opened District 3-3A with a win over Friona on Friday night, and looked to remain as one of the unbeaten teams when the Cubs visited Muleshoe on Monday night. In what began as a close game, the Cubs were able to build separation from the Mules and earn a 65-46 road win to improve to 2-0 in district. As of this report, the Cubs are one of four teams unbeaten in their district.

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Those $600 relief checks could soon be on their way to many Americans

Many Americans and businesses could be receiving a financial boost in the coming days, thanks to a last minute Congressional scramble to pass a $900 billion relief bill intended to address economic hardships inflicted by COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Brownfield and Terry County Goodfellows continue to prepare for their Christmas giving program. This Thursday Christmas Eve, December 24 volunteers will begin delivering food and toys to over 170 families in Brownfield and Terry Co. The delivery will begin at 8 a.m. at the Terry Co. Rodeo Barn. Brownfield City Manager Jeff Davis said, “We want to thank everyone who has donated to this year’s Goodfellows Christmas campaign.

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Live It, Love It, Do It

Merry Christmas! We have heard this said many times over the past few weeks. Obviously, it is the Christmas season and Jesus is the reason for the season, and shouldn’t it always be merry? This year in 2020, some folks, maybe a lot of folks might question that word “merry”. I mean… nevertheless, this is the year of the coronavirus, the year of social unrest, the year of unemployment, the year of canceled events, the year of… you can insert those other negative situations in our lives. So… How can we consider Christmas as being “Merry” this year?

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State Capital Highlights

Public access to Legislature up in the air

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BRMC - Rapid COVID-19 testing drive-thru at front parking lot Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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