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Sunray students show Bobcat spirit
Courtesy photo

These Sunray Middle School students are dressed in their blue and gold on Friday in celebration of homecoming. The Bobcats and Sanford-Fritch Eagles face off Friday night in Sunray. See coverage of the game in our upcoming Thursday, Sept. 10 edition. See more from spirit week in this weekend's paper.

Drug-related arrest
On Aug. 25, the Moore County Sheriff Deputies, the K-9 unit and Dumas Police Department conducted a search of the passengers and luggage on a Greyhound Bus traveling from Colorado to Edinburg. Drugs were found and a suspect was taken into custody. Read more about this incident in the Sept. 3 print edition.

Dumas Lions celebrate 85 years
Find a special tribute to the Dumas Noon Lions Club in our Aug. 27 print edition. The club turned 85 years old this week as the group's first meeting took place Aug. 27, 1930.

Back-to-school driving safety tips
The 2015-2016 school year is underway starting Aug. 24. Students will be walking, riding bikes and getting on and off the buses to head to class. Drivers need to be aware of these students, know and follow the rules of bus drops and pick-ups. Read more in the Aug. 23 print edition.

SHS homecoming queen candidates announced
Angaleta Crenshaw photo
Here are the 2015 SHS Homecoming Queen Candidates, l-r, Karina Velasco, Lindsey Williams, Estefania Borunda and Caitlin Williams.

Morningside Meet the Teacher night
Morningside Elementary will hold its Meet the Teacher night on Thursday, Aug. 20, from 5-5:30 p.m. School supplies may also be brought during that time.

Thornberry bill cracks down on synthetic drugs
Synthetic drugs are a growing problem. Current laws do not cover substances that carry a warning label noting the item is "not intended for human consumption". However, U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) aims to change that with legislation he recently introduced. Read more about this legislation, and find out what one law enforcement official thinks about the issue in our Aug. 9 print edition.

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