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The Texas Tribune— AUSTIN--Gov. Greg Abbott last Thursday said Texas will apply for federal funding to provide an extra $300 every week for people who have lost their jobs. More than 10 … more
Special to The News-Courier— SEYMOUR—Ericka Sturgeon recently joined the Seymour office of the financial services firm Edward Jones as a branch office administrator. The title of branch … more
The Knox County News-Courier earned total of six awards, including two first place honors, during the 2020 Panhandle Press Association’s 110th annual awards banquet held last week in Amarillo. … more
Texas Comptroller office— Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar encourages all taxpayers to continue practicing social distancing and support Texas businesses while saving money on tax-free purchases of … more
West Texas needs to start far-sighted planning By Trent McKnight and Abel Castro— Iconic ranches, farms and small towns sustain about 3 million Texans — a population larger than the City … more
From The News-Courier staff— KNOX CITY—The Pink Ladies store in Knox City is closed until the cases of virus in Knox County decrease. Secretary Billie Walker reported the Pink Ladies … more
Donations needed for cemetery maintenance MUNDAY—The Johnson Memorial Cemetery board of directors is seeking assistance from residents in its efforts to continue to maintain the cemetery going … more
Special to The News-Courier— MUNDAY—Ama TechTel, which offers home phone and high-speed internet services, has named Clay Morrow as the new market manager in Munday. “I’m looking … more
Special to The News-Courier KNOX CITY—The Pink Ladies Thrift Shop in Knox City is open for business after closing in April due to the pandemic. The shop’s new hours will be 10 a.m. to … more
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