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Four agencies which receive funding from Dawson County are in for a financial windfall but just how much each will receive is yet to be determined. County Auditor Rhonda Martin told members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court during their regular meeting Tuesday that the county has received just over $60,500 in capital credits from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. That money comes from capital credits which electric cooperatives have issued to members but which have never been claimed and were turned over to the state. Martin said the money can only be used for specific programs. In applying for the funds,

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331