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It may not be their mothers’ home cooking, but county jail inmates spending Thanksgiving behind bars can still expect a holiday meal Thursday.Dawson County Sheriff Matt Hogg expects about 35-36 inmates as guests at the table for the holiday meal. That number could decrease as inmates bond out in time for the holidays.“We normally get turkey and everything for them,” Hogg said. “We get all the stuff ordered from Claiborne. They have turkey, dressing, everything.”The holiday feast is prepared in the jail’s kitchen before being served to inmates.“Even the turkey and stuff, they cook it there,” Hogg said.On a usual ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331