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On Monday, September 21, 2020 , the Iota Upsilon chapter of Mills and Comanche counties met via Zoom. During the virtual meeting, member Twylah Beaty lead our Installation of Officers ceremony. At that time, Penny Walker was inducted as the new Chapter president for the 2020/2022 biennium. C…

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Caring for Comanche County sincerely regrets that the store will be closed until January at the earliest due to the Covid 19 virus. Due to the layout of the store we cannot maintain the social distance required to keep the virus from spreading to our customers and our volunteers. We are also…

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Once again many of our local residents have received calls from unknown sources that claim to be with the IRS, any such calls are a scam and are in no manner connected to the IRS or any law enforcement agency. Any call received by the IRS should be considered suspect as the IRS does not cond…

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Come to Comanche for the 32nd Annual Steve Clemons Deer Hunter’s Chili Supper on November 6 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Historic Downtown Comanche. For 31 years Comanche has been feeding deer hunters as they make their way to their camps for opening season.

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During the week of October 20th, 2020 a theft was reported to the Comanche County Sheriffs Office. The theft occurred at an address on FM 590 in Comanche TX. The items stolen include a .22 caliber rifle and .22 caliber revolver.

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Comanche County Medical Center (CCMC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit healthcare organization, is constructing a medical clinic and pharmacy in Rising Star, Texas. The building, located at 1870 State Highway 36, will be approx. 3,500 square feet and include a drive-thru pharmacy window and parking lo…

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The Comanche County Art Association will have a meeting on October 27, 2020. We look forward to a demonstration by Christine Brisley-Wade. She will be presenting a demonstration on palette knife acrylics.

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Randy Stephens is digging peanuts on the RPS Farm and Ranch near De Leon, Texas. The peanuts are yielding about 6,000 pounds per acre on 160 acres. The variety of peanut is a Georgia- 16 HO Runner. This variety has become very popular due to its high yields and quality. “It has been to find …

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Molly Stephens took these photographs of her family’s cotton harvest. Indian Creek Farms harvested 500 acres this year and the crop was “real good” according to Rodney Stephens. “The cotton had a excellent yield but the quality may be a little down due excessive rain in the last month.”

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This nice sire is pictured at last week’s sale at Dudley Bros. headquarters. The sale was an overall success. Below, buyers at Dudley Bros. 59th Annual Bull Sale on October 8.

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Comanche, Texas – About 1,700 - 2,000 children and youth are reported as missing from foster care in any given year according to an annual report from the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS). In many cases, “missing” in reality means that they have run away. Running away from…

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Comanche Volunteer Fire Department and other first responders answered a fire call on Hwy 2247 last week. Minimal damage was reported.

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During the week of October 2nd an outdoor table was stolen from a residence in the 400 block of County Road 250 in Gustine Texas. The table was constructed out of an antique Texaco metal sign.

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Congratulations to Jayden Torres for winning back to back Texas Amateur Disc Golf championship in Tyler, Texas this past weekend! Having 3 hard fought rounds against Wilson Grebe from Goldthwaithe and Zackary Graham from Corpus Christi! Jayden is the son of Javier Torres from Comanche and Ce…

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The Tri-Angler Derby will be held October 9-11, 2020 at Proctor Lake. It begins October 9th, 8 pm and ends October 11th, 3 pm. There are 3 Divisions: Catfish, Bow and Youth FREE of Charge (Catfish Only.) For more information contact 325-356-3233 or comanchetxchamber@gmail.com.

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During the month of September several political yard signs and flags have been stolen or damaged. These offenses have occurred throughout the county and are subject to arrest and or fine under the Texas Statutes for Theft and or Criminal Mischief.

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CCMC is pleased to offer expert orthopedic hand-to-shoulder specialist appointments. Fort Worth-based physician, Nathan Lesley, MD, a distinguished physician certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons and a Fellow of the AAOS, has been seeing patients at CCMC for nearly 10 years.…

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Comanche County Art Association had scheduled Doug Prine, a renowned Western artist to demonstrate at the September 22nd meeting but was unable to attend. Doug has rescheduled for the February 22nd meeting. A very accomplished artist/muralist June Musick graciously stepped in to provide a st…

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Where to register and who can vote in Texas? To be eligible to register to vote in Texas, a person must be: a United States citizen, a resident of the Texas county in which application for registration is made, at least 18 years old on Election Day, not finally convicted of a felony, or, if …

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You are invited to meet US Congressional candidate Jon Mark Hogg, Saturday, October 3, 2:00 p.m., at the old City Park in De Leon. Gather under the covered picnic area or nearby wherever you see the "Register to Vote" quilt. Volunteer Deputy Registrars will be there to register voters. Bring…

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COLLEGE STATION, TX – Texas Target Communities (TxTC) at Texas A&M University has selected Comanche County as a community partner for the 2020-2021 academic year. Faculty, staff, and students at Texas A&M will assist community leaders plan for the future. TxTC is currently exploring …

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Comanche County 4-H Clubs are off and running for the 2020-2021 year! Some wonderful and fun filled events have been planned for this year and 4-H has partnered with local businesses and individuals to teach youth useful life lessons. Some of our upcoming events include trapping, archery, ri…

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