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This beautiful, historic, turn-of-the-century home built in 1898, owned by Travis and Rebecca Conley, is located on the corner of West Walcott Avenue and North Austin Street (Highway 16 N). It sits in an old pecan orchard on a tree-filled lot. This home was recently restored and boasts origi…

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The Comanche County Historical Museum celebrates another year of preserving history of Comanche County and its families. To thank the community for their support of the Museum the public is invited to its annual Christmas Party / Open House Saturday, December 7 at 1 to 4p.m. Refreshments wil…

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The Comanche First United Methodist Church’s chancel choir will be performing a Christmas Celebration of Music, “Messiah, Heaven’s Glory,” twice on Sunday, December 8. The first performance will be 10:45 a.m. and the second at 5:00 p.m. at the Church location at 217 E. Grand Avenue.

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The Charity Style Show held last Saturday will benefit CAPA, the organization in the area that adopts and fosters animals. Local merchants supported the successful effort with fashions from their stores Pictured are Amy Akin, Braxton Akin and Ali McNew wearing outfits that can be purchased i…

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The Wall That Heals, a mobile three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., will be on display Thursday, November 7, 2019 through Sunday, November 10, 2019 at the Stephenville City Park.

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Junie B. Jones, the Musical Jr. will show for three days only at the Granbury Opera House. On November 15-17 Junie B. Jones will be live at their performance venue at 133 East Pearl Street in Granbury.

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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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