Callaway-led West claims 6-man win

By James McAfee WICHITA FALLS—The West team, coached by Caleb Callaway and staff from Knox City, scored a 46-16 victory in the Texas Six-Man Association Division I All-Star game here last Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The game was delayed by weather at the start and Callaway felt that there were a lot of mistakes made…

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Lake Creek Scramble

Championship flight Baker, Lucas, Drumm                      50-52—102 Dillard, Dillard, Acree                     53-53—106 Coltharp, Porter, Wiles                   57-55—112 First flight Winn, Snyder, Porter                      60-55—115 Green, Green, Green                      60-55—115 Bivens, Marsh, Leija                        59-60—119 Molina, Bailey, Rodriguez             60-59—119 Second flight Abila, Abila, Ramon                         62-58—120 Shirley, Dickens, Moser                 62-58—120 Eggleston, Lucas, Case                   63-57—120 Third flight Rodriguez threesome                    66-60—126 Donnell, Donnell, Gillespie          …

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Juan Espinosa

Juan Q. Espinosa, 93, a longtime resident of Knox City, passed away Wednesday, July 14, 2021. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, July 19, 2021 at the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Rhineland with Father Francis Chintamala officiating. Burial followed services at the Knox City Cemetery under the direction of Smith Family Funeral…

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BISD approves Insurance plan

BENJAMIN—The Benjamin Independent School District approved a contract with the brokerage Store as the insurance carrier for the football and students for the new school year during its meeting last Tuesday. In addition, the trustees decided to pay up to $429/month of each employee’s TRS-ActiveCare premium okayed a legal service agreement with Powell Law Group,…

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Jam session at Circle Bar Ranch

TRUSCOTT – Last week the annual Circle Bar Ranch Music Camp concluded with the students and musicians from a wide area participating in a public jam session.   This music camp was originally held in Crowell for a few years, then moved to Goree for three years, and has been held in Truscott for the…

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City to enforce updated golf cart ordinance

MUNDAY – Recent changes in Texas law now allows golf carts and most off-highway vehicles to be operated on roadways only under certain conditions. The Munday Police Department, with the support of the City Council, will strictly enforce the updated restrictions. The requirements of the updated law were outlined in a release from the police…

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STAAR results improved

MUNDAY – The STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) results for grades three, four and five improved significantly over last year’s results, surpassing goals and improving scores. Elementary Principal Kristi Bufkin reported “Our scores for 2020-2021 exceeded the previous year’s results in spite of Covid.” Bufkin attributed this outstanding achievement to “…awesome teachers…

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Gym now open in Munday

MUNDAY—Knox County residents now have a place to stay fit as Chris Anderson as announced the opening of High Octane Fitness here in Munday in the refurbished Texaco gas station at 130 S. Birch, across from Allsup’s. “I’ve always had a passion for fitness,” said the independent contractor who still works in Iraq after serving…

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Delosrios, Hernandez playing in all-star game

By James McAfee WICHITA FALLS—Tyler Delosrios and Anthony Hernandez of Knox City will be among the football players  participating in the Texas Six-Man Association’s Division I all-star game scheduled at 7:30 p.m. Saturday here at Memorial Stadium. Both players earned all-district honors last season as members of the District 3-1A championship team while Hernandez was…

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