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KDDD Owner Chris Lash Passes Away

Classic Country KDDD station owner Chris Lash passed away on Sunday, Nov. 7, after battling sepsis and other health issues. Lash and his company purchased Big Country 95.3/96.5 in 2019.

Two Dead, One Injured, in Crash West of Cactus

A 2006 Ford Expedition was traveling east on FM 281 on the wrong side of the highway in a no-passing zone when it struck a 2022 Mack Truck tractor/semi-trailer traveling westbound.

Dumas Undefeated District Champions for Fifth Straight Year

The Dumas Demons used a huge third quarter to pull away from the Pampa Harvesters Friday night in a 48-21 victory in the regular-season finale at Harvester Field.
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Lori Britton and Kaci Holzworth Named DISD Teachers of the Month

Dumas ISD continues its program recognizing the Teacher of the Month at the Elementary and Secondary levels.
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Sports Weekly: Dumas-Guymon Basketball

Cristian Kelso and Jonathan Reynaga combined for 38 points, and the Dumas Demons rolled past the Guymon Tigers 72-35 Tuesday night in a non-district interstate matchup in Oklahoma.
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Fighting Back Against Biden’s Illegal Vaccine Mandate

Last month, Joe Biden announced his most brazen attempt yet to shred our freedoms with his authoritarian COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Under his proposal, federal employees and individuals who work at a business with more than 100 employees must get vaccinated or they will be fired from their job. This would apply to over two-thirds of the American workforce. Obviously, I am vehemently opposed to this unconstitutional overreach. The bottom line is this: your health decisions are between you and your doctor, not between you and Joe Biden.
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Dumas Cross Country Girls Team Makes History in Lubbock

LUBBOCK - The Dumas High girls cross country team finished fourth at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Region 1 Cross Country Championships Saturday to...

Officer Iram Avila Escorted Home by Fellow Law Enforcement

The Dumas Police Department, along with hundreds of area law enforcement officers, escorted the late Officer Iram Avila back to Dumas on Saturday afternoon.

Texas State Senator Kel Seliger will not Seek Re-election

Kel Seliger has announced he will not seek re-election for Texas Senate. The news comes just two weeks after Trump announced that he would endorse Seliger's primary challenger Kevin Sparks.

DPS Urges Children, Drivers to Learn Safe Habits During National School...

National School Bus Safety Week is Oct. 18-22 and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) would like to remind the public that they play an important role in ensuring the school buses make it to their destinations safely each day.

Jackson Introduces FARM Act to Combat Foreign Interference in Americas Ag...

Congressmen Ronny Jackson (R-TX) and Filemon Vela (D-TX) introduced the bipartisan Foreign Adversary Risk Management (FARM) Act, which would combat foreign interference in America’s agriculture supply chain through reforms to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).

Early Morning Crash Claims the Life of Amarillo Man

Friday morning around 6:35 a.m. Moore County emergency crews responded to a crash about 6 miles north of Dumas on F.M. 119. According to the...
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