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Archer City couple loses home to fire

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Last Sunday an early morning fire caused extensive damage to the home of Lynn and Nita Lewis at 513 E. Main St in Archer City. There were no injuries reported. An account to help the Lewis’s with expenses has been established at American National Bank. Anyone wishing to help with the recovery efforts should make contributions to this account. Photo Jerry Phillips
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Voting in Archer County

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The National November 3 General Election is just around the corner. In Texas the last day to register to vote is October 5. Early voting begins October 13 and will end on Friday, October 30. An excellent source for information about voting in Texas is votetexas.gov. Tex as Secretary of State Ruth R. Hughs has provided information online regarding voter registration, voting locations, application for ballot by mail, and who’s on the ballot.
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Quilt of Valor presented to James Simpson

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The Quilt of Valor Foundation, established in 2003 ,awards Quilts of Valor to veterans touched by war. The quilt symbolizes and provides comfort and peace for the recipient. James “Jim” Simpson, a Vietnam veteran, was awarded a quilt at a special presentation ceremony held last Saturday afternoon at the home of Jerry and Denise Cooper on Davis Road.
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FUMC Pumpkin Patch in Archer City brings color and fun to community

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For the last five years, members of the Archer City First United Methodist Church have sponsored a Pumpkin Patch to raise money for the children’s ministry. This year, since the children’s ministry has been put on hold due to COVID-19 concerns, part of the money raised will be donated to the Archer Service Center.
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ACPD offering rewards for capture of fictitious character

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ACPD is asking for your help in capturing the dangerous wanted fugitive Michael Myers who has been seen lurking about Archer City. Myers escaped from an asylyum for the criminally insane and was last seen peering into the Archer County News and trying to steal the publisher’s car. If you spot Michael Myers in Archer City, all you need to do is take a selfie with him. Your information will be entered into a drawing to be held every Friday a 7:00 p.m. for a $10.00 certificate to local eateries. One entry per person per week. You must provide your contatct information at the time you get your photo taken. Drawings are held each Friday at 7:00p.m leading up to Halloween. Tag the Archer City PD on Facebook with your photo and help them capture Michael Myers!
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Archer County News launches new web services

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We are pleased to present two exciting upgrades to its service: our brand new website and e-Edition, a digital version of our newspaper.

The e-Edition is an exact replica of the printed edition of the Archer County News in a popular, flipbook format. The e-Edition is easy and convenient, delivered right to your email inbox and there’s nothing to download — just click the edition and begin reading.