• Brownfield gears up for Relay for Life

    April 15, 2016

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      This year’s Relay for Life will be kicked off by Brownfield Mayor Tom Hesse and Terry County Judge J.D. “Butch” Wagner, who will be signing a proclamation declaring Friday, May 6 as Relay for Life Day in Brownfield and Terry County. The proclamation will be signed 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 3 at Brownfield City Hall. This ...
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  • DPS, Local Agencies Hosted Birthday Party for Lubbock Foster Kids

    April 14, 2016

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    LUBBOCK – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) teamed up with local agencies on Saturday to host a birthday party for children in Lubbock foster care. The birthday party was for all children born in January, February, March and April.  Two more events are planned this year in order to cover all birthdays. During the ...
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  • Terry County and Seagraves law enforcement join forces to solve vandalism case

    April 14, 2016

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      A cooperative effort between both the Seagraves Police Department and the Terry County Sheriff’s office may have ended in a successful investigation concerning a vandalism of a habitation, which occurred close to the Gaines/Terry County line. According to Terry County Sheriff Larry Gilbreath, a vandalism of a vacant farmhouse occurred around April 11, and led Terry ...
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  • Aaron Waldrip lone candidate for Wellman-Union ISD Superintendent position

    April 13, 2016

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    A loss for the Brownfield Independent School District could mean a win for the Wellman-Union ISD, as current Brownfield Middle School Principal Aaron Waldrip has been named lone finalist for the Superintendent position in Wellman-Union. “I applied for it when it came open a few months ago, and I really thought it would be a good ...
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  • Game Wardens Enforce ATV/UTV Safety Regulations at Buffalo Springs

    April 11, 2016

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      Lubbock District Game Wardens Increase Enforcement on Public Area off road Trails   Lubbock and surrounding areas– As the spring temperatures rise, so does the activity along the rocky ridges within the Buffalo Springs off road trails. Due to the increased use and activity, game wardens are planning to enhance patrols as well as educational awareness ...
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  • Neugebauer honors Brownfield’s champions

    April 10, 2016

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     In his recent electronic newsletter, U.S. Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R) mentioned his recent visit to Brownfield to honor our Brownfield Running Cubs.   “One of my great joys as a United States Congressman is having the opportunity to speak to and interact with the young people who represent our future as a nation,” wrote Neugebauer. “The preamble ...
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  • Declining mineral valuations hit local taxing entities

    April 9, 2016

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    by Eric Woods News Director, TownTalk News ewoods@towntalkradio.com Recently, local taxing entities got a bit of bad news concerning predictions for upcoming mineral valuations. The prediction for mineral valuations will drop another 40 percent from last year’s price. In 2015, those mineral valuations had already taken a 50 percent drop from 2014. The local taxing entities feeling the pain of ...
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  • Brownfield City Council approves trucking company incentive

    April 8, 2016

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      When the Brownfield City Council met on Thursday, one of the items on the agenda was to approve an incentive package for the Arlington, Georgia-based ETC Early Trucking Company, which is scheduled to open a trucking yard in Brownfield. BIDCorp. Director David Partlow said the trucking company will hire 20 drivers as well as five support staff. ...
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