To honor America and the freedoms we all enjoy, and to celebrate the significance of Independence Day, members of the Comanche County Defense Lawyers Association will gather on the steps of the Comanche County Courthouse at 10:00 a.m., July 3, 2019, for a formal reading of the United States Declaration of Independence. The public is encouraged to attend. The annual ceremony is part of a statewide effort by local criminal defense lawyers’ groups affiliated with the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA). This year, members of TCDLA have volunteered to hold readings in each of the 254 county seats of our Great State.

During the Comanche County Commissioners’ Court meeting Rick Reynolds talked about the patriotic light display on the courthouse. The plan is to set up the Smart Tree Animated display with lights and patriotic music on the south side of the Courthouse. A display of red, white and blue lights on the exterior of the Courthouse on the south side is also planned. The display will be operational from the weekend of June 29 thru July 4th.

Other county events include during the July 4th holiday include the 4th of July Red, White, & Blue Tourney at PAR Country Club with 18 holes of golf, dinner and fireworks show that evening. Also there should be a fireworks show in the community of Downing off of Hwy 16 between Comanche and De Leon.

Other area events include; Redneck Woodstock’s in Rising Star on July 4, All American Fourth of July in Stephenville on July 4 and US Dock’s Wild Duck Marina 8th Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Bash at Lake Brownwood with events July 4-6.

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