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Charles Douglas Floyd

Charles Douglas Floyd “aka Jimmy Ringo from Quitaque, 87, a lifelong resident of Loop passed away on January 26, 2024. Celebration of life was held at the First United Methodist Church in Seagraves at 11:00 a.m. on January 29, 2024, with Beverly Titus officiating. Graveside services followed at the Loop Cemetery in Loop. Arrangements and services have been entrusted to Ratliff Funeral Home in Seagraves.

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BRMC Becomes First Leqembi Infusion Center in Texas

By Jose Jimenez The Brownfield Regional Medical Center recently became the first Leqembi infusion center in Texas after researching and following the drug and its clinical trials.

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Brownfield Local Wins Miss Congeniality at Miss Lubbock Pageant

Brownfield local Sierra Garza competed in the Miss Lubbock competition Sunday night. She received the Miss Congeniality award, which her peers awarded for being the most congenial, charismatic, and inspirational pageant participant.

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Texas A&M Forest Service Helps Strengthen Texas Landscapes with Prescribed Fire Grants

COLLEGE STATION— Texas A&M Forest Service awarded 126 recipients grants to conduct prescribed burns this year. For the 2024 fiscal year, the agency has approved more than $705,000 in grant funds to private landowners in Texas with a goal to treat 25,104 acres.

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We are the Be Loved

To be loved is at the core of every person's identity, whether they acknowledge it or not. It's how God created us-- to love and be loved; to be a reflection of Him.

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Legislative Update from the 88th Regular Session: Safety

With how often House Bill Three is mentioned in the BISD School Board Story, The Brownfield News pulled an article from to inform the readers of some of the changes that came along with the bill.

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Xcel Energy Provides Options for Paying Winter Bills

AMARILLO – Xcel Energy is reminding customers that cold weather can often lead to higher energy bills as area residents use more electricity to warm their homes and businesses.

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