Thursday, September 20, 2018
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By Jeff Hurt Congressman Jodey Arrington slipped into the Stonewall Senior Citizens Center in Aspermont Monday for a town hall meeting. Arrington engaged in an almost two-hour discussion with... + continue reading
Thursday, September 20, 2018
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By Terry Morris The Aspermont Lady Hornets played another great game and has been on quite a winning streak. They hosted the Klondike Cougars and beat them in 4 sets. Set 1 started strong with the... + continue reading
Thursday, September 20, 2018
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By Jeff Hurt Coming off a devastating loss against Miles, the Roby Lions were hoping for a victory last Friday against Ranger, but a series of offensive and defensive errors allowed the Bulldogs... + continue reading
Thursday, September 13, 2018
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By Jeff Hurt After a series of closed-door meetings over the past several weeks, the Roby School Board names the lone finalist Monday, hopefully ending a two-month long search for a superintendent... + continue reading
Thursday, September 13, 2018
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Although anticipating the win in last Friday’s game against Aspermont, the Hornet defense proved stronger than expected, as Jayton was unable to control the offensive teamwork of Bradley, Mendez, and... + continue reading

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09/20/2018
By Jeff Hurt Jerry “Cotton” Clawson spoke to the Rotan City Council in open forum last week regarding discrepancies in his water bill over the previous four months, and Director of Public Works Rodney Denton confirmed it was not an isolated incident. Clawson said his water meter reading has almost doubled from readings of the previous year,... + continue reading
09/20/2018
By Jeff Hurt The AISD School Board heard from school administrators on new approaches to education, which they anticipate should increase test scores and school accountability ratings in the years to come. The board also approved a few policy updates and made trustee nominations for the CAD. Administrators talked briefly about STAAR scores... + continue reading

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If you are traveling somewhere that you think is interesting and exciting or going to meet someone famous, or interesting we would like to invite you to take along the Double Mountain Chronicle, snap a photograph and send it to us to publish in the newspaper with a brief description. You can email the photo to: publisher@dmchronicle.com 325.933.... + continue reading
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The speed and agility of the Rotan offense combined with the aggressive defensive play take the Yellowhammers to a 65 – 37 victory of the Lubbock Kingdom Prep (LKP) Warriors Friday night. “I felt like we had a good plan going into the game and the guys just went out and executed the plan really well,” said Head Coach John Stanaland. To read... + continue reading
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By Roenna Thomas The Fisher County Historical Commission was delighted with a surprise guest speaker, Mary Mahaffey. Mrs. Mahaffey from the Fisher County Food Bank presented a short program and answered many questions about the Food Bank, which was started by churches and concerned citizens of Fisher County in the 1980’s along with a Clothes... + continue reading

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By Terry Morris The Aspermont Lady Hornets played another great game and has been on quite a winning streak. They hosted the Klondike Cougars and beat them in 4 sets. Set 1 started strong with the... + continue reading

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By Mary Gruben Some sociologists say that men get out of doing housework by saying they don’t know how. I know because I’m married to the leader of that group, Since a man’s home is his castle; I... + continue reading

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By Roenna Thomas The Fisher County Historical Commission was delighted with a surprise guest speaker, Mary Mahaffey. Mrs. Mahaffey from the Fisher County Food Bank presented a short program and... + continue reading