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Tim Schellpeper, President of the JBS USA Beef Fed Group opened the Cactus plant to the media on Tuesday. The Moore County Journal toured the plant and had a chance to interview Mr. Schellpeper as well as Cactus plant...
Gov. Abbott released his Open Texas plan on April 27th. We will be placing information and resources for local businesses, employees, and customers.
By Patrick Svitek - April 27, 2020 Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that he will let the state’s stay-at-home order expire Thursday as scheduled and allow businesses to begin reopening in phases the next day, the latest ramp-up in his...
The Moore County Hospital District (MCHD) stated Saturday that another local resident has passed away due to the COVID-19 virus. This raises the Moore County virus fatality count to 3 as of Sunday afternoon. The total active cases are...
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.
According to the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), There are 114 cases associated with the JBS Beef plant but not all of those cases are in Moore County. According to state health officials, JBS initiated a meeting with the DSHS Region 1 office last week because the company wanted to make sure it was doing everything it should be doing to keep its employees safe.
The State of Texas is setting up a drive-thru testing site in Dumas on Friday, April 24, 2020. To be eligible for testing, citizens must have one or more symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms include: Fever and/or chillsCough (Dry or Productive)...
COVID-19 - April 22, 2020
State health officials confirmed Tuesday that they are investigating an outbreak of the new coronavirus at the JBS Beef packing plant in the Texas Panhandle, part of ongoing efforts to monitor major meat processing plants as the pandemic continues to threaten food supply chains.
The Moore County Commissioners Court voted 4-1 on Tuesday morning to amend the current local disaster declaration. The change will require the wearing of facial coverings while in certain public spaces. The dissenting vote was cast by commissioner Miles...
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