Members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court thought they had taken their final action to adopt the county’s tax rate about a month ago.
At its 68th Annual Meeting, Lubbock-based Plains Cotton Cooperative Association announced further fiscal year-end cash distributions to its grower-owners totaling $21.32 million.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is providing additional time for livestock and poultry producers to apply for the Pandemic Livestock Indemnity Program (PLIP). Producers who suffered losses during the pandemic due to insufficient access to processing may now apply for assistance for those losses and the cost of depopulation and disposal of the animals through Oct. 12, 2021, rather than the original deadline of Sept. 17, 2021. PLIP is part of USDA’s Pandemic Assistance for Producers initiative.
If improving financial security and tackling confusing financial issues are things you’re interested in addressing, a four-part financial workshop series in Lubbock can help, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert
ANDREWS – A federal agency this past week issued a license for the construction of a consolidated interim storage facility for spent fuel at Waste Control Specialists’ site in far west Andrews County.
BROWNFIELD – The Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation (BIDCorp) held its monthly meeting on Monday afternoon. BIDCorp Executive Director Brian Brisendine gave the board an update on a mural planned at the former Rialto theater.
TAHOKA – The Lynn County Harvest Festival Committee is meeting weekly as they work to finalize all the details for the 45th annual Lynn County Harvest Festival that will be held Saturday, Sept. 25. It promises to be a fun celebration, returning after the 2020 pandemic hiatus, to the downtown square in Tahoka.
It’s “On to Indianapolis!” for the Klondike FFA Greenhand Chapter Conducting team.
The Golden Tornadoes continue playing quality tennis but Tuesday at Seminole it was not quit enough as they fell to the Indians, 12-7.