Click Here to view previous editions of the Tri-State Ag Quarterly Magazine. DPD offers July 4 safety tips July 4 is a time in which many residents join in celebrating our nation's independence. That celebrating involves family, food and, often times, fireworks. Knowing how to properly handle fireworks can be the difference between a fun, family celebration and a trip to the hospital. Two dead in crash at Four Way More information is now available regarding a two-vehicle accident in Moore County on Friday. The Texas Department of Public Safety has released more details about the crash that claimed two lives and sent two others to an Amarillo hospital in critical condition. Taylor appointed as new Dumas City Manager The City of Dumas has been in the search of a new city manager for some time now. During a recent Special Called city meeting, a familiar face was unanimously appointed to the position. 4-H competes at roundup Moore County 4-H students competed in the Texas 4-H Roundup to be the best in the state. This was held at Texas A&M University, and the students did very well during the competition. Read more about the 4-H Roundup and how the students placed in their categories in the June 21 edition of the Moore County News-Press. Practice bike safety More and more kids are out enjoying the warmer weather by riding bicycles. There are many bicycle safety rules that, if not followed, can lead to serious injuries. The bicycle rules are for children and adults, and they are for day and night riding. Read about the bicycle rules in the June 21 edition of the Moore County News-Press. Dogie Days parade winners honored Monday afternoon The winners of the different categories in this year's Dogie Days parade were recognized in an awards ceremony Monday afternoon at the Dumas-Moore County Chamber of Commerce. Click the link above to see photos of all the winners. Dogie Days truck winner
Congratulations to Dan Truelock of Dumas, winner of the Chevy Silverado at Dogie Days.