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SAN ANGELO, TX (11/27/2019)-- Angelo State University’s Ram Powerlifting Club, including Kendel Beck of Comanche, brought home a host of awards, including five first-place medals, from the U.S.A. Powerlifting 2019 Longhorn Open held Nov. 23 at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Both varsity girls and boys basketball teams came away with victories over Mullin on November 26.

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Comanche County 4-H youth had the opportunity to showcase their skills in the Food and Nutrition Project this past Saturday during the County Food Show and Food Challenge. The theme chosen this year is Food from Around the World. Nineteen youth from ages 5 to 14 competed in both individual a…

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On Saturday, November 2, 2019, 12 HR Jefferies Junior High Band Students traveled to Stephenville and participated in the Region 7 South Zone All-Region JH Band Auditions. Students from schools all across the area, including Brownwood, Stephenville, Eastland, and others, took part in the aud…

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Once again the Sidney students put on a wonderful program for local veterans. There was music and readings from each of the students. “Great job to all and thank you to all who have served and is still serving this great country. God bless.”

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Emma Miller placed in the top 100 runners at the 2019 UIL State Cross Country Meet this Monday with a time of 13:56.71. It was a great cross country season for Emma and she looks to qualify for the state meet next year for the third year in a row.

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The Wall That Heals, a mobile three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., was on display this past weekend at the Stephenville City Park. Boy Scouts from Stephenville, Comanche, De Leon and Sidney were on “watch” at the Vietnam Memorial Wall on Saturday,…

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Daylan Gilbert had his grandmother Wanda Gilbert arrested at the Sidney School Fall Festival on Saturday, November 2. Wanda and several other falsely accused were placed in “Spooky Jail.” It was $1 for 3 minutes in jail, but folks could bail out for $1 also. A Zombie Walk, Cornhole and a hay…

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Comanche Elementary PE students participated in a five day gymnastics clinic provided by Seal Gymnastics from Early, Tx. All Kindergarten through 5th grade PE classes were given the opportunity to learn tumbling and gymnastics skills from Tim Wade and Kaity Boese, and each class participated…

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The kindergartners at Comanche Elementary celebrated the 50th day of school by dressing up and visiting The Soda Shop in historic downtown Comanche on Friday, October 25.

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Blackout Pep Rally will be Thursday, November 7th instead of November 8th. Please make plans to come help decorate at 12:30 on November 7th.

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Emma Miller a sophomore at Gustine High School finished in the top 20 cross country runners at the UIL 1A Region 3 Championship held in Dallas on October 28. She will now run in the UIL State Cross Country Meet to be held in Round Rock, Texas on November 9.

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HR Jefferies Junior High and Comanche High School students enjoyed a wonderful day at Reunion Ranch on Wednesday where 195 Career and Technical Education students from across Central Texas came to lead and participate in our SkillsUSA District 10 Fall Leadership.

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Jupiter is the first of the outer planets (also known as gas giants) is found 5 AU from the Sun. Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System and has a diameter 11 times the diameter of Earth and takes 12 years to orbit the Sun once. The Great Red Spot is a storm on the surface of the p…

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Emma Miller placed 2nd with a time of 13:25.3 in the 2 mile and Jose Garcia placed 8th at the district meet with a time of 19:49.4 in the 5,000 meters. Both qualified for regionals.

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The Sidney Varsity Boys and Girls are both advancing to the Regional Cross Country Meet. The varsity boys finished third as a team at district. Both Jordan Scheriger and Kolby Godfry finished in the top 10. The Sidney varsity girls are the district runner ups. Kailey Scheriger and Josmary Mu…

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The Indians looked to rebound after the first district game ended in a loss. And rebound they did as they dominated the second half and came out with a victory in their second district game against the Millsap Bulldogs

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The Comanche H.S. marching band has enjoyed two very successful Saturdays in October. On Saturday, October 19th , the band competed at the Seymour Marching Festival in Seymour, earning a Division 1 Superior rating and the Most Outstanding Brass award. Then last Saturday, October 19th, the ba…

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Congratulations to Mrs. Shanna Marburger, Austen McKee, Adrian Castillo and Ivan Tovar from Gustine High School. They were rewarded by Workforce Solutions in Abilene on Wednesday, October 9 for their work on a career exploration video. They received $150 for their efforts.

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Last Thursday a class from Comanche ISD visited the Comanche Mercantile on the west side of the Historic Comanche Square. The students looked around the store accompanied by Beth Martin and Comanche ISD teachers. The students will be making items for sell in the Mercantile.

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The Gustine Tigers varsity football team took on the Oglesby Tigers last Friday in Oglesby and came out with a whopping 94 to 62 victory in the high scoring game.

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H. R. Jefferies Junior High will be hosting a Fall Festival on Saturday, October 26th from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the junior high campus. Games, Snacks, Hayride, Cake Walk, Haunted House, and more with Prizes GALORE for all ages!! Tickets are .25 cents each and games cost anywhere from 1-8 ti…

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Comanche Elementary School will host an engaging, all-hands-on-deck, schoolwide Scholastic Book Fair on October 21 - 25, from 7:55 am to 4:15 pm. Funds raised during the fair will help buy books for the library and students. Families, faculty, and the community are invited to attend this exc…

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The Comanche Indians traveled over two hours to take on the Jacksboro Tigers in Jacksboro for the first district game of the season. There was a little chill in the air for the 7:00 p.m. kick off but it was perfect football weather.

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Comanche Maidens JV Girls Cross Country District Champion are Ashlyn Grayson, Cristina Soria, Monica Ramos, Savina Sanchez, Mercedes Moreno and EmmaLee Barnett.

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Comanche Junior High 7th grade girls are District cross country champions. They competed Monday in Hamilton.

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The Varsity and JV Maidens took on the Bangs Lady Dragons last Saturday in Comanche.

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H.R. Jefferies Junior High will be holding an academic outlook meeting for the public on October 22, 2019 in the junior high cafeteria starting at 5:00 p.m. This is an informational meeting offering an overview and description of their entire academic process being implemented this year. If …

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Congratulations to Mireya Torquemada 2019 Gustine Homecoming Queen. She is pictured with her court of Dalia Valenzuela (left) and Faith Grayson (right.)

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

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This Friday night the Comanche Indians travel to Jacksboro to take on the Tigers in the first district game of the season. The Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine picked Jacksboro to win the district and picked Comanche as a runner-up. So this should be a pivotal game as teams start to v…

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The HR Jefferies Auto Tech class toured facilities near Abilene on Tuesday, October 1. Two Comanche High School students, one adviser and 33 junior high students participated in tours at Bruckner’s Mack Volvo and Yellowhouse Machinery Company.

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