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  • Comanche hires Minor to lead softball program

    Comanche High School has its new softball coach and it’s a familiar face.Aaron Minor, who graduated from Comanche and also coached there last year as an assistant for the girls basketball team, takes over for Lisa Carey, who took the Lady Indians to a 7-18 record in her first year. Comanche went winless the year before.
  • Demons reach milestone

    Moving on to a new, exciting chapter and pursuing passions were the talk of the night at the Duncan Demon’s Class of 2015 graduation ceremony.Madeleine McElroy welcomed the audience, graduates and parents, to an evening where 293 graduates would receive their diplomas, achieving one huge milestone before beginning the rest of their journey.
  • Velma-Alma grads ready to ‘make mistakes’

    Velma-Alma High School saw 22 seniors graduate Thursday night.Senior Class President and Valedictorian Tanner Southerland welcomed the guests and delivered the final address to his classmates.
  • Roads damaged after rains

    Stephens County is reporting washed-out roads following 11.45 inches of rain so far this month.Stephens County Board of Commissioners Chairman Lonnie Estes said roads across the county have sustained water damage.

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