Cardiac rehabilitation can reduce future heart attacks

By Ronda Thompson KNOX CITY— Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in the United States, accounting for one in every four deaths. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Couier  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019 The Knox County News-Couier.

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‘72 state 6-man champs honored

Courtesy photo.—C.H. Underwood prepares to toss coin. From The News-Courier staff O’BRIEN—The 1972 O’Brien Bulldogs, winners of the very first Texas state six-man football title, were honored here last Friday night prior to the Knox City-Border County game. For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Couier  this week, or subscribe to the pdf…

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Career Day attracts 320 area students

Special to The News-Courier GOREE—Three hundred and twenty high school age youths, representing 16 school districts and 10 counties within the Rolling Plains of District 3, attended the annual Career Day, hosted by Texas A&M Agrilife… For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Couier  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online.…

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Moffitt and Grimes named as provider

Special to The News-Courier BENJAMIN—The Benjamin Independent School District board of trustees approved the selection of Moffitt and Grimes as the provider for pre-bond services, new construction, additions and renovations,… For more on this story, read The Knox County News-Couier  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. ©Copyright 2019 The Knox County News-Couier.

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School News and Sports

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Billie Joyce Coffman

Billie Joyce Coffman, 85, of Munday passed away Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. Jo was born July 19, 1934 in Weinert to G.C and Sarah Brockett. Jo was an avid sports fan, especially a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Mavericks. She loved watching her grandchildren in all of the activities. The grandkids still talk…

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Lois Cypert

Lois Cypert, 100, a longtime resident of Knox City, passed away Sunday, Sept. 15. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Knox City Cemetery, with Rev. James Carroll officiating. Services are under the direction of Smith Family Funeral Homes, Knox City. A visitation was scheduled Wednesday at the funeral home.…

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Mac’s View

Read the fine print It’s time to share some tips from Bob Sullivan, author of “Stop Getting Ripped Off and and Gotcha Capitalism. Sullivan reminds everyone, including readers of AARP’s Bulletin, that they need to be sure and read the fine print in all consumer contracts and service agreements. Remember, nothing is really free. “If…

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The Paperboy

Do you trust the MSM? Hello friends, it’s been awhile! We have a lot to cover, so let’s get to it! Remember when the mainstream media was fair and objective? Yeah, me neither. It’s a total joke and their collective approval rating says it all. According to Gallup, over 80 percent of the U.S. public…

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