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Gov. Abbott visits Amarillo
Michael Wright/News-Press
Texas Governor Greg Abbott was in Amarillo Thursday talking to area residents about a variety of topics such as border security,Obamacare and much more. Read more about the governor's visit in the upcoming Oct. 11 print edition of the News-Press.

Attempted abduction reported
The Moore County News-Press was contacted by a parent stating her child was the victim of an attempted abduction on Oct. 1 near Green Acres Elementary School.

Community grant helps purchase truck
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Safe Place, Inc., received a community grant in the amount of $7,000 from the Dumas Economic Development Corporation. The funds were used to help purchase a pickup for This and That Thrift Store. Pictured are Mike Running, Shawn Frische, Margarita Rodriguez, Melissa Bustamante and Grace Dovalina.

Raising fire awareness
Meredith Laurent/News-Press

The Dumas Fire Department is going around to all Moore County elementary schools teaching kids about fire safety. This year's clown show relays the message of "Hear the Beep Where You Sleep". The show will be at Green Acres at 8:30 a.m. and Sunset at 1 p.m. on Oct. 7. They will also be in Cactus at 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 9 which includes Sunray Elementary students as well. Anyone is welcome to attend one of their shows.

DPD searching for missing teen
Courtesy Dumas PD
Dumas Police Department (DPD) continues to search for a missing teenager. According to information released Tuesday morning, law enforcement is searching for 16-year-old Tyler Whitman, who has been missing since June 17 of this year.

DHS campus, student recognized
The Demons received multiple recognitions this week. Click the link above to read more.

Drasher running for a cause
Meredith Laurent/News-Press

Master Sgt. Troy Drasher made his way through Dumas on Sept. 29. He is running to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Read more about his journey in the Oct. 1 print edition of the Moore County News-Press.

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