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Remembering their sacrifice
Michael Wright/News-Press
A special Memorial Day service took place this morning at McDade Park. The service is a reminder of the sacrifices so many brave soldiers made so we may enjoy freedom.


Barricade goes up on S. Meredith
Meredith Laurent photo
A barricade has been set up on S.Meredith for safety issues. Read more on the barricade and laws about barricades in the May 24 edition of the Moore County News-Press.


Maples, Willis sworn in at Dumas commission meeting
Dumas City Commissioners, Justin Willis and Ben Maples, were sworn in during Mondays Regular Meeting by Mayor Pat Sims. Read more about that and what the city commissioners discussed in the May 21 edition of the Moore County News Press.

Students receive scholarships from TTU alumni
Seven high school seniors received $1,500 scholarships to Texas Tech University. Read in the May 21 edition of the Moore County News-Press to find out which students received the scholarships.

Sunray council swears in member
Sunray City Commissioner James Walker was sworn in at the recent city meeting in Sunray. See picture and read more about the swearing in the May 17 edition of the Moore County News-Press.

Election returns
Ben Maples and Justin Willis were victorious in their bids for seats on the Dumas City Commission, and Cactus Mayor Socorro Marquez has been re-elected. Read more in the May 14 print edition.

Learning about water
Meredith Laurent photo
Students from Moore County and surrounding Panhandle had to opportunity to learn how to conserve our water and natural resources for future generations. Students had a fun filled, hands-on day learning about water conservation. Read more about the Save The Plant's Water Festival in the May 14 edition of the Moore County News-Press.




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