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The Comanche Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will be sponsoring the Comanche City-Wide Garage Sale on Saturday, October 19 starting at 8:00 a.m. There will be booths set up around the Comanche Courthouse Square and many people have signed up with garage sales at their own residents.

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The Trunk or Treat will take place around the Comanche County Courthouse Square, Comanche Square and surrounding businesses in Comanche on Halloween Day, October 31 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

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Oakwood Cemetery in Comanche will be the setting for a marker unveiling on Saturday, October 12 at 2:00 p.m. The marker is being placed by the Comanche County Historical Museum on a grave of two young girls murdered in the late 1800’s. The public is invited to attend this unveiling on Saturd…

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The City Council of the City of Comanche will hold a public hearing on October 21, 2019 at 06:00 PM at the Comanche EDC Building, 115 W Grand Ave, Comanche. The purpose of the public hearing will be to consider a request for a Specific Use Permit for the property located at 129 N Houston, Co…

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The circus was enjoyed by many in Comanche on Monday afternoon. The one day event included; contortionist, magicians, lions and tigers, flying trapeze artists, pony rides and bounce houses. People drove from miles around to see the two shows and the big top raised Monday morning.

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Raiden Ballard and Zaiden Ballard missed only two games in last week’s Football Contest. Raiden wins the $50 prize because he came the closest to the tie-breaker score between Sidney and Gustine.

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The annual Women on Mission Garage Sale at East Side Baptist Church will be Thursday and Friday, October 3rd & 4th. The sale will begin at 9:00 am and go until 6:00 pm both days.

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Several weeks ago the Comanche County Historical Museum announced the intent to purchase a marker for a long time neglected grave at Oakwood Cemetery.

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Citizens of Comanche were notified last week by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) that the drinking water supplied to customers had exceeded the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for a total trihalomethanes. The following information was in the letter citizens received.

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There were more than 25 motorcyclists that stopped in Comanche on Saturday morning to have coffee at Mary’s Coffee Shop. They are all foreigners from Australia, New Zealand, Germany and other countries who had rented motorcycles from “Eagle Rider” in Los Angeles and were touring the states w…

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Ribbon cutting at new Comanche Electric Cooperative building at 349 Industrial Boulevard, Comanche on Monday, September 30. An open house was also held. The Comanche Boy Scouts started the day with a flag raising ceremony at 7:30 a.m. The ribbon cutting was held 10:30 a.m. followed by a hot …

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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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For those for with a palette for fresh veggies and local produce, the 2019 October Comanche Farmer’s Market is this Saturday, October 5. The event, as always, will be held in historic downtown Comanche with hours 9 am till noon.

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Who likes FREE? The 38th Annual Comanche County Pow Wow will be held this weekend at the Comanche CIty Park in Comanche Texas on Saturday, September 28 and Sunday September 29, 2019. And, even though admission is $5 per person, this year there are several activities, shows and events inside …

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CHS SkillsUSA students Elian Olvera and Randy Licea speak with Chase Savage from Congressman Mike Conaway’s office in the Sam Rayburn Building in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, September 24. The boys are attending the Washington Leadership Training Institute with their SkillsUSA sponsor Eddy P…

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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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Seniors Judith Moreno, Carly Rodriguez, and Leticia Salas were nominated by the senior class and one will be named homecoming queen during halftime of the football game against Mason on Friday, Sep. 27.

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The Comanche Study Club met at the Comanche Elementary School in Sharon Dollins’ Computer Lab on Thursday, September 12 at 4 pm. Wilma Fleming, Kris Stephens, Misti Till and Sharon Dollins serving as hostesses. Josh Deal, president of the Comanche Educational Foundation, was the speaker for …

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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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We are excited about our new year of Faithweavers! Each Wednesday at 6:15 pm, children (K-6th grade) can come for Fun, Food (mini-meals), games, crafts, activities and Faith (a Christ-centered Children’s Program) at East Side.

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This week’s winner of last weekend’s football games was Judy Lacy by missing only one game (Tech vs Arizona) and by come closest to the tie-breaker score which was Clyde over Comanche 34-0. Judy wins the $50 prize! Others missing only one game were Lindsey Coulter, and Patrick McAlexander.

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We are less than a month away from 38th Annual Comanche County Pow Wow 2019! Join the Comanche community on September 28 - 29 to celebrate heritage, family, and fun at the Comanche City Park. This two day event will have a variety of free entertainment, competitions, food and vendors. Grab y…

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The Comanche Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Comanche Appliance and IFixNastyWater.com. Back row is Virginia Fleming, Trey Akin, Billie Engel, Jason Conine and Cindy Newman. Front row is Emily McNew, Corey Scott, Kyle Riley, Robert Cobb, Wilma Fleming and Amanda Baehler. Robe…

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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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The Comanche Car Club annual September meeting is a fellowship dinner and bag stuffing session at East Side Baptist Church. The welcome bags are for the participants of the Comanche County Car Club Car Show held September 28 during the Pow Wow. They stuff 300 bags and expect that many cars t…

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Brownwood, Texas – Sept. 15 marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the culture and traditions of U.S. residents who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

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For those for with a palette for fresh veggies and local produce, the 2019 September Comanche Farmer’s Market is this Saturday, September 7. The event, as always, will be held in historic downtown Comanche with hours 9 am till noon.

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