Our Spring Cash Giveaway is underway. Don't miss the opportunity for a $25 subscription offer and your chance to win $50 in our weekly drawings and a chance to win $500 in our grand prize drawing. Call 935-4111 or come by the office at 702 S. Meredith and visit with Becky or Robin or catch any staff members around town for more information. Moore County Crime Stoppers seeks information on wanted individual
Moore County Crime Stoppers seeks information on wanted individual
Don't miss the April 2 print edition Our April 2 print edition features a tribute to Len Sheets, who recently passed away. Read the kind words two local men had to say about Sheets as both a community leader and a Christian man. Also, catch up on what happened at Thursday night's annual banquet of the Dumas/Moore County Chamber of Commerce, see this week's most wanted individual, and read about the Schacher girls' success in stock shows. In sports, catch up on recent track and field action and Demonette softball. Disappearance ruled "not criminal" According to a report from Moore County Sheriff's Office, the Colorado Springs Police Department’s Violent Crimes Section has completed its preliminary investigation into the disappearance of Adalie Rivera. Adalie left her Colorado Springs hotel room on March 17, 2017, at approximately 6:30AM. She made her way to a coal train in the Colorado Springs Metro area, which she boarded and traveled to a farm community near Dumas, Texas. She got off the train covered in coal dust and was hungry after running out of Skittles. She was found by a local farmer who notified the Moore County Sheriff’s Department. The Sheriff’s Department responded and took custody of Adalie until family members were able to retrieve her. At this point of the investigation, there is no reason to believe Adalie’s disappearance was criminal. Local educator arrested
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Earlier today, investigators from the Texas Rangers and the Dumas Police Department arrested 46-year-old Aron Edward Dillahunty on a warrant and booked him into Moore County Jail on charges alleging Improper Relationship between Educator and Student stemming from an ongoing investigation. More information will be published as it is made available. Thornberry votes for VA reform bills U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) voted this past week in support of two bills that will reform the Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital system and provide greater support for veterans.