After a year’s absence due to the Covid-19 restrictions, the Moore County Chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni Association will resume the annual Moore County Rally. This year’s fund-raising event will take place on Thursday, July 29, at the Hoppy Place in the rear of the Toppled Turtle Brewing Company, at 102 E 7th Street in Downtown Dumas.
Trey Gabehart has been selected by the Moore County Journal as the new sports contributor. Gabehart, who grew up in Dumas, spent most of his life around the local sports scene and understands the culture.
Volunteers work with a team of professionals including physicians, nurses, clergy, and social workers to bring comfort and support to dying patients and their families. Hospice volunteers recognize that sometimes comfort is found simply in the companionship of a concerned friend, and they often sit with the patients when they are needed most.
The Potter County Sheriffs Office posted a warning on social media Thursday about dangerous water currents at the Canadian River. Recent rainfall has increased the depth of the water substantially which causes strong currents and dangerous conditions.
On Thursday, Congressman Ronny Jackson (TX-13) sent a letter to President Joe Biden, Physician to The President Kevin O’Connor, D.O., and Chief Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci, M.D. calling on President Biden to immediately undergo a cognitive test. In the letter, he asked that the results of the tests be shared with the public.