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Commissioner Court of Archer County has determined that circumstance present in Archer County create a public safety hazard that would be exacerbated by outdoor burning. Beginning Monday, September 9th, 2019, a 90 day burn ban was issued.

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The November General Election on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, will not attract as much attention as the 2020 Election, but it is going to be important for Texas voters. No individuals running for office will appear on the ballot for election. However, ten Proposed Constitutional Amendments wil…

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A plan for a new mural on the west wall of the Thrift Shop will be an exciting community effort as well as a great fund-raiser for Christmas on the Square. Our local artist, Kathy Morrison, responsible for painting Branded the horse at Walsh Park, has come up with another creative idea to in…

Sports

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BOYD – The Holliday Eagles are famous for aggressive defense. Last Friday night against Boyd they had to rely on defense to shut down a talented Yellowjacket offense to come away with a 13-7 victory. Holliday’s rushing game faced a good Yellowjacket defense as well as the Eagles rushed for o…

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ALVORD - The Archer City Wildcats had to wait a week for the season opener due to an open date last week. They did not, however, waste any time last Friday night in the match up with the Alvord Bulldogs. On the first offensive play from scrimmage sophomore quarterback Ty Bates completed a 61…

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JACKSBORO - The Windthorst Trojans got defensive in a 34-12 victory over the Jacksboro Tigers last Friday night. The Tigers were held to 170 yards rushing after rushing for 394 yards the previous week. Gavin Steinberger and Andrew Scheffe collected interceptions, while Awtry Blagg recovered …

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