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Early Voting Set to Begin Tuesday

Early voting is upon us here in Texas. There will be 25 different ballots in Terry County for this year’s general election and early voting has been extended.

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City of Brownfield and Police Chief being sued

On Sept. 11, the City of Brownfield and Chief of Police Tony Serbantez were named defendants in a lawsuit following a traffic collision that occurred at the intersection of Alcove Avenue and Marsha Sharp Freeway in Lubbock on Sept. 12, 2018. The plaintiff, Sherry Maddux, filed the lawsuit at the 72nd District Court one day before the statute of limitations was set to expire.

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Bars can now open, maybe?

Texas Gov. implements plans to re-open bars, but county judges have the final say.

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Columbus Day will

Columbus Day will be celebrated on Monday, October 12. This is a legal holiday, making for a nice three-day weekend for many.

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Time to say goodbye

Update on a story the Brownfield News brought to you on August 26, 2020, about the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church located at 304 E. Lanny Ave. in August. The National Ranching Heritage Center (NRHC) in Lubbock put out a press release stating they had obtained the historic Good Shepherd Episcopal Church and would be moving it sometime in the fall. That day came on Wednesday, Oct. 7, when C.B. Madewell and Sons House Moving from Levelland loaded it up and headed down the Lubbock Highway to its new home.

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Brownfield City leadership warns of rise in COVID cases

In recent days Terry County has seen a rise in COVID-19 cases. As of Friday, Oct. 9, there were 14 new cases and 96 active cases. Brownfield City Manager Jeff Davis sent out a press release explaining the dire situation that Terry County is in.

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Wildcats hope win will bring momentum

The Wellman-Union Wildcats got their first win of the season with a 68-45 score over Loop on Friday night Oct. 2. During the game, the defense forced six turnovers which allowed the Wildcats to bring home the win.

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