Wednesday, April 19, 2017
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By Jessica Coleman Staff Writer Pieces of crumpled metal and shattered plastic lay peppered across the highway. A highway sign had been knocked into the ditch by the red pickup that now sat alongside it. All I could hear was the pounding of my own heart in my ears and my daughter, aged 8,... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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All baseball and softball games for the county have been postponed. At home: Edna softball starts at 6 pm on Thursday evening with baseball to follow. Ganado will follow the same schedule. Industrial game day is still in transition. More updates whenever possible. + continue reading
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
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The St. Agnes Catholic Daughters treated the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office with sandwiches and other lunch items on April 6 as a show of appreciation for all they do to protect Jackson County. From left is Mary Sheblak, Barbara Durocher, Doris Andel; and back, Sheriff Andy Louderback and deputies... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
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Jackson County Judge Dennis Simons has announced that he is not going to seek re-election for a third term in 2018. His term expires at the end of 2018, but he said he wanted to let the community know so interested candidates can consider filing for the position this December. “I have reached... + continue reading
Monday, April 10, 2017
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04/12/2017
COUNTY CLERK MARRIAGE LICENSE BILL CLEARS SENATE County clerks with a sincerely-held religious objection to same sex marriages could give that responsibility to a deputy under a bill that received final approval by the Senate on Wednesday. Bill author and Granbury Senator Brian Birdwell... + continue reading
04/06/2017
BILL WOULD TARGET CYBERBULLYING Those who harass children on-line and through social media could face penalties under a bill considered by the State Affairs Committee on Thursday. San Antonio Senator José Menéndez told committee members that such harassment is rampant and is a major... + continue reading

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Edna senior Bailey Brown signed a letter of intent today with Victoria College for the volleyball 2017-18 season. A player well-suited to any position on the court, Brown is best known for her setting and spiking abilities. She was an outside hitter and setter for the Cowgirls in the fall of 2016... + continue reading
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Madison Garza is chosen as University of Oklahoma's female athlete of the month! http://riderangersride.com/news/2017/4/4/mens-rodeo-bowen-and-garza-named-blue-sky-media-ranger-athletes-of-the-month-for-march.aspx + continue reading
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By Jessica Coleman Staff Writer Ganado High School’s theater program has found roaring success, earning a spot in regional competition, as well as more than a handful of awards. Their play, a drama called Dark Road by Laura Lundgren Smith, follows the true story of Greta, a young german girl... + continue reading

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04/18/2017 - 0 comment(s)
All baseball and softball games for the county have been postponed. At home: Edna softball starts at 6 pm on Thursday evening with baseball to follow. Ganado will follow the same schedule.... + continue reading

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By Jessica Coleman Staff Writer Pieces of crumpled metal and shattered plastic lay peppered across the highway. A highway sign had been knocked into the ditch by the red pickup that now sat... + continue reading

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04/12/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The St. Agnes Catholic Daughters treated the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office with sandwiches and other lunch items on April 6 as a show of appreciation for all they do to protect Jackson County. From... + continue reading