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Thanks to the sponsorship of the Comanche Chamber of Commerce, Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, America’s Favorite Big Top Circus is coming to Comanche, TX on October, 7th, 2019 to the City Park located at 1200 Comanche Trail. Now in its 34th edition, C&M Circus has become internatio…

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The Sahawe Dancers were originally founded in 1950 as the Comanche Club Indians by Scoutmaster of Troop 81 in Uvalde, Texas, Joe W. Williams, as a program for older boys in scouting. Mr. Williams had read about a similar program in La Junta, Colorado, known as the Koshare Dancers, and their …

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    Growing up in Purmela Texas, there wasn’t a movie theater or bowling alley to attend, there was no Boy Scout troop to join or even a feed store to work at. Life is very simple when you just take care of your things and look out for your people. “What we did have was church, family and mu…

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Don’t forget the Comanche County Pow Wow Art Show. Bring your paintings to the Community Center Thursday, September 26, noon till 6:00. Limit of 5 regular paintings and 5 miniatures. Entry fee is $5 per painting for adults ($2 for miniatures) and $2 per entry for children grade 12 and under.…

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The Peter Max Retrospective 1960-2019: Celebrating Sports, Music and All Things Dallas: A Retrospective collection, with a significant nod to the City of Dallas: sports, music, the arts and the legacy of the Pop Art genre from the studio of artist legend, Peter Max, will be on exhibition and…

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Sul Ross and former Comanche ISD student Weston Conine served as an extra in the filming of the PBS Documentary Povenir, Texas.

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The City of Comanche reports a sales tax rebate increase for September. The net payment for September 2019 is $80,404.07, up 23.77% compared to the payment the prior year of $64,962.05. The payment to the City of Comanche year to date is $653,002.23. Last year at this time it was $644,679.16.

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STEPHENVILLE, Texas – Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council (CTFAC) has a new exhibition featuring a culmination of works by Mary Waters and her students at the River North Gallery, located at 204 River North Blvd in Stephenville. The exhibit is free and open to the public through the end of October.

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September brings the end of summer and the beginning of fall—and somewhat cooler temperatures. Another pleasure it brings is the start of the 2019-20 year for the Comanche County Art Association. We will start with a truly great western artist, Doug Prine from Nemo, Texas.

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Garry Davis showed his “Orange Crush” truck at the De Leon Peach and Melon Festival’s Golden Saturday on August 10. The Comanche County Car Club is planning now for the Annual Pow-Wow Car Show. If your business would like to sponsor the show with monetary or doorprize donations, please conta…

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Sunday August 11 from 6-8pm the Comanche FFA Booster Club will be hosting our Ice Cream Social. Please feel free to make your favorite homemade ice cream and meet our new Ag Teachers, Mr. Berry and Mr. Killen. We will be signing up students for FFA.

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