Rep. Price visits Sunray SUNRAY — State Representative Four Price was in town Monday evening visiting with Sunray Independent School District board members and discussing the recent legislative session and special session. Rep. Price, who represents Moore County along with Sherman, Potter, Hutchinson and Carson Counties, said his main focuses this past session included education, water, public safety and health care. Find out more about what Rep. Price had to say by reading the Nov. 16 print edition of the News-Press. This week's Pro Racing feature Texas voters approve seven propositions There were seven propositions of the Nov. 7 ballot in Texas, and by the time the polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday evening, all seven propositions were approved. The propositions addressed issues ranging from homestead exemptions and home equity loans to charitable foundation raffles and financial institutions providing random prizes to customers to encourage savings. Read more in the Nov. 12 edition of the News-Press.
Photo by Tyler Anderson/News-Press. Sophomore point guard Macie Medrano prepares to drive against a Vega defender during Thursday's scrimmage between the Demonettes and Lady Horns at the DHS Gymnasium. The Demonettes will begin their new season on Tuesday evening, playing host to the Gruver Lady Hounds.
The Dumas girls' basketball team will embark on its latest campaign this coming Tuesday, when the Demonettes host Gruver at 6:30 p.m. at the DHS Gymnasium.