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People lose a lot of money to phone scams — sometimes their life savings. Scammers have figured out countless ways to cheat you out of your money over the phone. In some scams, they act friendly and helpful. In others, they might threaten or try to scare you.

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AUSTIN -The Railroad Commission of Texas today released its 2019 Year in Review highlighting the regulatory agency’s accomplishments during the past year. The Year in Review outlines the Commission’s successes in achieving the highest standard of service by modernizing processes, enhancing t…

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Fiscal Notes’ Line Items recently spotlighted the holiday economy in Texas and the festive tinkling of coins changing hands for everything from fruitcakes to Christmas trees and pecans to train rides.

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Representative Dr. J.D. Sheffield, D.O. visited the DeLeon AccelHealth Clinic on Thursday, November 20th. AccelHeath had the privilege of welcoming Representative Sheffield to our clinic where we discussed critical issues and challenges affecting healthcare. Dr. Sheffield was provided a tour…

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The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as the Nation’s Report Card, provides results for the nation, states, and 27 urban school districts for assessments in fourth- and eighth-grade reading and mathematics. The data is presented as scale scores and percentages of…

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Not just for kids anymore, Halloween has shifted into a celebration for adults looking for an escape from the everyday, and with this shift, the Halloween industry is booming.

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MEXICO CITY - Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs this week joined an economic trade mission to Mexico led by the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC). The Secretary participated in the trade mission alongside key leaders in the sectors of energy, cybersecurity, and advanced manu…

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Mark your calendars for September 28–30, 2020, to attend the Texas Water Development Board’s Water for Texas 2020 conference, “Clear Vision for the Future.” The conference will be held at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin.

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The beef cattle industry is big business in Comanche County and accounted for approximately $57,90500.00 in beef sales in 2018 in the county. That number includes calves, value added stocker cattle, cull cows and breeding cattle. Comanche ranks in the top ¼ of counties in the state for beef …

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Southwest Dairy Days set Nov. 7 at T&K Dairy near Snyder

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