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Adopt an Angel in Munday

November 26, 2021

By Don Thompson MUNDAY – The Angel Tree program in Munday has sold out in some locations, but there are still some left, in time to make this Christmas memorable for a deserving angel. At the Casablanca Boutique, 110 E. Main St. in Munday, there are still children’s angels left on the Angel Tree.  “We…

Knox County hunting seasons

November 26, 2021

By Don Thompson KNOX COUNTY – Hunting seasons are currently open in Knox County for white-tailed deer, ducks, and turkey.  Dove season will open again in three weeks. The white-tailed deer regular season opened Nov. 6 and will close Jan. 1, then a special late season will run from Jan. 3 to Jan. 16 for…

Perry, Valk advance to Austin

November 19, 2021

Special to The News-Courier WICHITA FALLS— The Regional UIL Congress competition was held on Nov. 10, at Region 9 in Wichita Falls. Munday Secondary students Catalina Perry, Bayley Lyles and Julie Valk competed in a room of 23 1A and 2A competitors. Perry, a Munday High senior, received a 2nd place medal and will be…

Importance of Rural Healthcare

November 19, 2021

Knox County Hospital District KNOX CITY – Knox County Hospital joined the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) and other state/national rural stakeholders in celebrating National Rural Health Day on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021. NOSORH founded National Rural Health Day as a way to showcase rural America; increase awareness of rural health-related…

Houndettes open hoops season with a W

November 12, 2021

By Zach Maxwell The Houndettes opened basketball season on the right note with a 35-32 win over Crowell recently. Hernandez led all scorers with 12 points. A. Ledesma had seven, B. Castorena six, Devon Hernandez and D. Hacker four each, Callie Grimsley two and D. Vazquez one. Knox City raced out to an 11-5 lead…

Commissioners welcome new AgriLife Extension Agent

November 12, 2021

By Don Thompson BENJAMIN – In the Commissioner’s Court meeting on Nov. 8, Lorrie Coop introduced KC Jones as the newly appointed AgriLife County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences.  Jones is a local resident with a background in education and was active in agricultural activities when she was a student. During the Public…

Successful Lions Club Pancake Supper served 300 or more people.

November 12, 2021

Myers qualifies for State Meet

November 5, 2021

Karley Myers (right) will represent Munday at the state cross country meet this week in Round Rock.

Benjamin celebrates District Championship

November 5, 2021

Hounds gearing up for the playoffs

November 5, 2021

By Zach Maxwell zach@hicksmediagroup.com   Knox City and Spur combined for nearly 1,000 yards of offense – nearly two-thirds of a mile – in a marathon 104-56 score-fest last Friday which favored the visiting Bulldogs. The loss puts the Greyhounds in second place in the district with a 3-1 mark, with an overall finish of…

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