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March 26, 2020As the Covid-19 crisis has reduced business function of the commercial wineries and vineyards served by the Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association, the Association will continue to operate, but with limited function and staff for the foreseeable future. Specifically, the 2020…

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Thursday, 26 March Update As county and city governments pass more restrictions, your support is even more important. For Thursday, 26 March, here are some ways you can support the small businesses of Erath, Somervell, Hamilton, and Comanche Counties.

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Comanche County Judge Stephanie L. Davis, Mayor of Comanche Mary A. Boyd, and Comanche County Medical Center Administrator Larry Troxell spoke with 94.3 The Ox about an update on COVID-19 in Comanche County. From Comanche County Judge Stephanie L. Davis, "as of the time of this posting at 1:…

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  It is hard to update how we are doing business within the Courthouse and within the Tax Office when the “norm” is constantly changing.  Right now, first and foremost we want you to know we are only a phone call away to answer any questions you may have on property tax, vehicle title and re…

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March 20, 2020City of Comanche, TexasCOVID-19 UPDATEHello Comanche Residents –The Comanche City Council has been meeting on a regular basis over the last weeks to evaluate the impacts of COVID-19 on our community, and establish a plan to deal with the virus. Our first action, consistent with…

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The Library is closed until further notice. You may return your books and those books will be sanitized and returned to the shelves. I have activated the answering machine and you may get any updates by calling. I will be in the Library from 9 am until probably around 2 pm, working on specia…

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With government restrictions in place, businesses have had to make changes to try to survive during these difficult times. As such, they have had to modify schedules, offerings, and how they provide their services to customers. Many consumers have been left confused as to whether or not many…

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On Tuesday, March 24, the Comanche Co Art Association will meet for its regular meeting at the Lindsey Community Building at 404 E. Cedar Ave. Brenda Shaw from Brownwood will be doing the demonstration. An art teacher for many years, Shaw has taught elementary and secondary art, continuing a…

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Comanche ISD administration, along with guidance from local and State officials, have decided to extend Spring Break for 1 more week. As of now, students will report back to their campus on Monday, March 23, 2020 at regular scheduled time.Please expect a phone call from your child’s campus l…

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We are saddened to announce the cancellation of Food Truck Rodeo 2020. This cancellation is an effort to protect the community from possible health risks. If you have any questions regarding the cancellation of this event, please contact Comanche Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture at (325) …

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Clayton Tucker, candidate for Texas Senate in Senate District 24, will give the program at the Democrats of Comanche County meeting, Tuesday, March 17, 6:30 pm, at the De Leon Senior Citizens Center, 133 N. Ballpark Loop, De Leon. All are welcome.

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Don’t miss the annual Predator Control Fundraiser this Sunday, March 15! Doors open at 4 pm and the barbecue dinner and auction begin at 5 pm at Melody Oaks Ranch in Priddy.

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The monthly meeting for Gateway of Hope Comanche Maternity Home is Thursday, March 6th and the new time for the meeting will be at 5:30 pm.

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Love it or hate it, our annual ritual of early March – daylight saving time – is coming this weekend.

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HOUSTON, Texas – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) today issued the following statement recognizing Texas Independence Day and Sam Houston’s Birthday:

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The Comanche Market bring locals and travelers alike together at the heart of Comanche County, the Courthouse, on the first Saturday of the month. And, as always, it’s free to shop the wares and fellowship downtown.

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Sticking to a healthy lifestyle can be challenging, but keeping a healthy wallet can be even harder. A new study by SmartAsset finds the most financially healthy places in Texas.

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