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Top news stories from Moore County, Texas including the cities of Dumas, Sunray, and Cactus.

Above: Kaden Thornburg (Photo Courtesy of Moore County Sheriff's Department) A man convicted for his role in a Dumas teacher’s death was denied parole and won’t be eligible for reconsideration until later this year. Texas Board of Pardons and Parole officials...
An Etter woman died in a two-vehicle crash Sunday after she collided into a tractor-trailer Sunday, according to Texas DPS. Rosy Reyes of Etter was driving south at about 6:55 p.m. on Highway 287 behind the tractor-trailer driven by Tracy Brown...
In the final meet of the cross country season, the Demon cross country team didn't disappoint. They were able to go down to the State meet, ranked 18th, and finish 14th over all, just 2 points away from 13th...
If you have been confused about the number of COVID-19 cases being reported for Moore County recently you are not alone. Hopefully, this will help make some sense out of what is happening. But, expect some confusion to continue.
Above: Juan Reyes Jr. Just a few days shy of the one-year anniversary of a multi-law enforcement agency drug raid that resulted in the arrests of his two brothers and a subsequent arrest of another brother, a Dumas man was...
Gov. Greg Abbott is soon expected to make an announcement about reopening a wide range of Texas businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic, including restaurants, hair salons and retail outlets.
Editor's Note: The Journal doesn't have information about the punishment the students received in municipal court, but we will update the story Monday when the court opens. A Dumas Junior High student is facing felony charges after he took prescription...
Above: Guadalupe Reyes, left, and Juan Reyes. Editor's Note: This report has been updated to indicate a correction concerning Manuel Reyes' plea. The Journal reported Manuel Reyes had already pleaded guilty, but the court records reflected his intent to plead guilty....
In October Erin Lands announced her candidacy for the 69th Judicial District Attorney's Office which covers Moore, Sherman, Hartley, and Dallam counties. That office is currently held by David Green who has announced his retirement at the end of...
Above: Jessica Shepherd, left, pleaded guilty to murder, but her co-defendant is planning to go to jury trial. A woman charged with the murder of 74-year-old Dumas man pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison, but court documents show her...
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