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DUMAS, TX – Local news and information for the Moore County Texas area. Dumas, Sunray, and Cactus.

The Moore County Journal is a privately owned local media publishing company based in Dumas, Texas. We are a homegrown and locally owned modern media company.

Our mission and dedication are to serve Moore County residents and alumni with local Dumas, Texas area news and information.

Our primary distribution channels are through our website and social media. The Moore County Journal has over 12,400 combined social media followers on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Our 28-day post reach in 2022 on Facebook is over 109,000 and post engagement for the same period was over 27,600.

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Above: From left, Moore County Sheriff's Deputy Cooley, Deputy Jones and Deputy Bonney hold the marijuana recovered during the arrest of Francisco Gonzalez on Tuesday.(Courtesy Photo) Moore County Sheriff's Department deputies arrested 26 year-old Francisco Gonzalez on Tuesday in the...
Above: Oddissie Garza, 18, a hostess at Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant, finds herself out of work and eight months pregnant. (Peter Holley/The Washington Post) ‘I was supposed to be there,’ says Twin Peaks waitress who switched shift on the day of...
The Texas House gave final approval Tuesday to a limited medical marijuana bill that would give epilepsy patients access to trace amounts of cannabis oil, The Dallas Morning News reported. The next stop is Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk, marking...
Above: Law enforcement officers talk to a man near the parking lot of a Twin Peaks Restaurant Sunday in Waco after a shooting involving rival biker gangs. Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton told KWTX-TV there were multiple victims after...
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s visit to Texas next month includes a Dallas fundraiser at the home of political donors Frank and Debbie Branson, The Dallas Morning News reported. Debbie Branson is chairwoman of Parkland Hospital’s Board of Managers. Event hosts...
Above: The First Baptist Church in Mineral Wells lost walls, windows and has downed trees after a tornado hit the city Tuesday evening. (Photo by Caty Hirst) The Fort Worth Star Telegram reported that  tornado touched down in downtown Mineral Wells shortly...
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