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Dumas Dogie Days, JBS cyberattack, Cultivate Market is back, Dumas Aquatic Center fully open, traffic light getting a permanent fix.

Woman Charged with Driving While Intoxicated with Child Passengers Under 15...

The Moore County Sheriff's Office says on Wednesday, June 9th, 2021, a deputy was traveling eastbound on an overpass when the deputy's vehicle was struck.

Moore County Hospital District Commended during 87th Texas Legislature

During the 87th Texas Legislative session Four Price filed HR 1887, a bill commending the staff of the Moore County Hospital District (MCHD) for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Record Attendance Expected at 74th Dumas Dogie Days

Dumas Dogie Days is back this year after being cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic. Dogie Days is the annual town celebration and a Dumas tradition that includes a carnival, food booths, a parade, and the world famous Dumas Dogie Days barbecue.

Nurse Mary Farris honored at Luncheon

The Moore County Health Foundation's nursing scholarship luncheon was held on Wednesday. The group honored Mary Farris who served as a Registered Nurse in Moore County for more than 45 years in several leadership roles such as Director of Nursing at MCHD and as a nursing educator.

UIL Allows Streaming of Friday Night High School Football Games

The UIL Legislative Council meeting was held at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin this week. The council approved a proposal on Tuesday to allow Friday night high school football games to be streamed live on the internet.

Combatting Cancel Culture and Biden’s Woke Agenda in the Military

OP-ED: After twenty-five years of active-duty service to my country and retiring as a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy, I know what it means to selflessly serve my country. I served multiple Presidents in the White House Medical Unit, including Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald J. Trump.

Rep. Ronny Jackson Votes Against Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

President Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law on Thursday. The bill passed the U.S. Senate on June 15th by Unanimous Consent and passed the U.S. House on the 16th with overwhelming bipartisan support. Fourteen House members voted against the bill including Rep. Ronny Jackson (TX-13).

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Evelyn Theatre Survives COVID, Set to Re-open on Friday

In March of 2020 the entire world was shutting down as the COVID-19 virus began to rapidly spread. Lives were lost, families separated, and...

DHS Welders Win Big at National Competition

Dumas High School welding students competed against 275 welders from 18 states on Saturday at the Tulsa Welding School High School Senior Welding Competition....

Dumas Little League Hosts Opening Day Ceremonies

Dumas Little League’s 2021 Opening Ceremonies will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 10th. Dumas Little League VP Jeff Trimble announced that the...

Local Talent will Perform Live at Evelyn Theatre April 23rd at...

The Moore County Journal held auditions for Moore County's first community talent show contest on April 3rd at the Evelyn Theatre in downtown Dumas....

High School Students Invited to Participate in Congressional Art Competition

The Office of U.S. Rep. Ronny Jackson (TX-13) is accepting submissions for the 2021 Congressional Art Competition. All high school students in Texas’ 13th Congressional...

Police Searching for Woman Wanted for Evading Arrest

Law enforcement officials in Moore County are asking help locating a woman wanted for evading arrest. Moore County Crime Stoppers said Selena Hernandez is wanted...