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Meadow Student Dylan Paiva

Meadow Student Dylan Paiva recently to the CompTIA IT Fundamentals + exam and passed. Dylan is the first Bronco to become certified in the new IT pathway where students can earn up to three IT industry certifications before they graduate.

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Robby Caball Thompson December 5, 1960 - January 8, 2023

Robby Caball Thompson left his earthly family to join the Lord and his heavenly family on Jan 8, 2023, in Lubbock TX. He was born Dec 5, 1960, in Jourdanton, Tx to Robert C and Alice Faye Thompson.

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TXDOT has plans for dangerous intersection in Brownfield, Sheriff urges caution

Nearly 100 motor vehicle crashes occurred during the three years from 2020 to the end of 2022 at the intersection of U.S. 62 and U.S. 385 South (or Seagraves Road) in Brownfield, which prompted the county sheriff to contact the state about improving the safety of that stretch of highway. “I’ve complained to TXDOT about the entire roadway from the Brownfield city limits to Wellman,” said Terry County Sheriff Timothy Click, who answered some questions via email for the News. “After expressing my concerns, they placed big signs about every five miles from the city limits to Wellman. The signs may catch the attention of a few drivers; but in my opinion, a sign won’t repair a worn and damaged highway.” Click said that in 2020, 20 of the county’s 106 vehicle accidents occurred at the Seagraves Road intersection; in 2021, 25 of the 87 accidents were at that location. Last year, almost half of the 100 vehicular accidents in Terry County were at Seagraves and U.S. 62.

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BRMC EMS

BRMC EMS welcomed Jim, Belinda Waters, and John Baker from South Plains EMS on Thursday who offered their training in Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support.

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‘Pray for rain’: Local cotton industry hoping for a rebound

The year 2022 was tough for cotton growers statewide-including the west Texas cotton patch--but the local industry is hoping for a rebound with a new season.

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An optimistic futures price for cotton and a pessimistic one

U.S. cotton acreage and production are likely to decline in 2023, due to a lower relative price expectations compared to competing crops.

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Grand Champion Lamb

Grand Champion Lamb

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