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William Tomas Tino, of Cactus, has pleaded guilty to three counts of Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact.
MOORE COUNTY, TX - The National Weather Service says Extremely Critical fire weather conditions are expected Wednesday as winds increase to 30-45 mph from northeast New Mexico into portions of the central Plains.
Four Moore County offices will have contested races in the March 2022 primary election according to information released on Monday by the Moore County Clerks Office.
Moore County law enforcement agencies are seeing a rise in overdoses related to Fentanyl. Over the last several months, law enforcement has responded to multiple calls where individuals have taken drugs and are non-responsive.
The City of Cactus Announced Monday that they have awarded construction contracts to Wampler Construction and G&G Operators for infrastructure projects related to the new Cactus Elementary School.
The Moore County and the City of Dumas websites show the 2022 election will have at least 13 local seats on the ballot.
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.
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.
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.
LUBBOCK - The Dumas High girls cross country team finished fourth at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Region 1 Cross Country Championships Saturday to advance to the state meet for the first time in school history. The UIL state cross...