U.S. cotton growers may now enroll their 2021 cotton crop in the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, which aims to set a new standard in more sustainably grown cotton.
On March 30, President Joe Biden signed the “PPP Extension Act of 2021” into law extending the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) loan program application until May 31.
Parts of the state are in dire need of soil saturating rains and runoff to replenish reservoirs and aquifers as planting season nears, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.
ANDREWS – With the crack of the bat this week, the longtime Lakeside Ballpark project was christened.
SNYDER – New Snyder police officer Nicolas Miller was sworn-in and presented with his badge during a ceremony Monday morning at the Scurry County Law Enforcement Center. The job is MIller’s first position in law enforcement.
TAHOKA – The Tahoka High School gymnasium, located at N. 4th and Ave. P, has been designated as an alternate location for an upcoming district jury selection process, approved last Monday by the Lynn County Commissioners Court at the request of 106th District Judge Reed Filley.
STANTON – An accidental fire on the south side of Stanton led to an enormous explosion that could be felt for miles last week.
We were told it was coming. We hoped it wasn’t.
Like just about everyone else, Josh Stevens and Foy O’Brien hope to never again see a year like this past one.
When medical personnel are asked about their experience in the year of COVID-19, the words “scared,” “difficult” or “hard” do come up, but so does “humble,” “thankful,” and “hope.”