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Payroll Clerk – Moore County Treasurer’s Office

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Position Title:  Payroll Clerk Skills and Requirements: High School Diploma or EquivalentRead and write the English language proficientlyMaintain confidentialityAbility to work independently in a time sensitive environmentStrong computer skills in Word and ExcelMust be able to multi-task and organizedAttention to detail Essential Job Functions: Duties include, but are not limited to: Payroll knowledge preferredReceive and audit time sheets for all employeesEnter payroll hours...

Fight Back: It’s Time for Congress to Act

On January 6, 2021 Congress will meet to certify Electoral College votes for the President of the United States. This will be a defining day in American history. We can save our great country, or we can fall into the hands of radical socialists who want to abandon American values and take away everything we hold sacred in our district. I, for one, will fight to save our nation and will stand for the Constitution by contesting the Electoral College. If we expect to remain a representative democracy, we must do everything we can to protect election integrity and fight for President Trump.

Cesar Conde, Asstistant VP First National Bank

Cesar Conde, asst VP at First National Bank, was awarded the prestigious FNB Service to Others award for 2019 for his devotion to the community and county. As the recipient of this award, Cesar chose the United Way of Moore County to receive $500 in his honor. https://www.facebook.com/fnbhomedumas/photos/a.2245842095440203/3925672667457129/

Dumas Wrestlers Place 4th at Outlaw Holiday Duals

Both boys and girls Dumas wrestling teams traveled to Broken Arrow Oklahoma over the holiday break and participated in the Outlaw Holiday Duals. Both boys and girls placed 4th at the event.

Moore County United Way Receives $3,819 Donation from United Supermarkets

United Way of Moore County received a donation of $3,819 from the United Supermarkets Foundation. Moore County United Way Executive Director said "We are thankful for United Supermarkets and their continued support in our community. Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the United Family was able to raise $500,000 to benefit United Ways across Texas and New Mexico."

Valero Donates $50K to Safe Place

The Valero Energy Foundation recently donated $50,000 to Safe Place Inc. of Dumas. Valero's public charity foundation, and philanthropic arm, fund nonprofit agencies that serve predominately disadvantaged children and families. Their website says the foundation contributed approximately $40 million in assistance, in 2019, in the communities where Valero has major operations. Safe Place Inc. released the following statement on Monday December...

Moore County Hospital Receives First COVID-19 Vaccine Shipment

The Moore County Hospital District (MCHD) said Tuesday that they had received the first shipment of 500 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine.

Moore County Health Authority Releases First COVID-19 Report

The Moore County Health Authority (MCHA) released it's first COVID-19 report on Wednesday afternoon via the Emergency Management Office. The report shows that Moore County has 63 active COVID-19 cases as of December 23, 2020. Dumas has 51 active cases while Sunray and Cactus each have 6 active cases. There have been a total of 43 COVID-19 fatalities according to this...

Norm from Cheers Welcomes New Brewery to Dumas

There is a brewery open for the first time in Dumas history. The Toppled Turtle Brewing Company is officially open at 102 E. 7th Street. Located inside the historic Phillips & Sons building downtown. The new microbrewery received a welcome message via Facebook from George Wendt, the actor who played Norm Peterson on the hit T.V. series Cheers. https://www.facebook.com/toppledturtlebrewing/

Moore County Sheriff J.E. “Bo” DeArmond

Moore County Sheriff J.E. “Bo” DeArmond is retiring as the sheriff of Moore County. Sheriff DeArmond has served in law enforcement for 42 years and has served with the Moore County Sheriff’s Office for 32 of those years. He has served as Sheriff for 16 and a half years. He is the longest-serving sheriff in Moore County. Sheriff DeArmond released the...
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