Thursday, August 16, 2018
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Major discount retailer will celebrate the grand opening on Saturday, August 18 Dollar General’s newest store at 701 S. Broadway St. in Aspermont is now open. In its new location, Dollar General... + continue reading
Thursday, August 16, 2018
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By Roenna Thomas The Fisher County Historical Commission was attended by 18 members and 6 visitors at the August 7th monthly meeting in Roby. A short business meeting was followed by a much... + continue reading
Thursday, August 16, 2018
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By Jeff Hurt As co-founder of No Need For Need and director of Roby youth center the Hub for almost a decade, August 22 will be Shannon Wilburn’s last day, as her walk with Christ is taking her to... + continue reading
Thursday, August 9, 2018
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The Double Mountain Chronicle officially received a number of awards from the Texas Press Association, including the 2018 Better Newspaper Contest’s Sweepstakes award. The Chronicle’s publisher,... + continue reading
Thursday, August 9, 2018
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By Jeff Hurt Roby graduates, Brooke Estes and Lorenzo Ramirez, donned their first white coat Friday at the Lubbock Center, officially beginning their journey in becoming doctors with the class of... + continue reading

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08/16/2018
By Jeff Hurt After lifting the countywide burn ban Monday, the Fisher County Commissioners approved a 5% raise for county employees and new carpet for the courthouse. County Auditor Becky Mauldin presented the court with monthly bills, which the commissioners approved as she explained line item transfers for each of the four precincts as... + continue reading
08/09/2018
Although the percussion section was off to an early lead, and first-year marchers got their first taste in last pre-rehearsals, summer band officially kicked off when the full ensemble began rehearsing. The roughly 40-member Rotan Yellowhammer Marching band started preparing for this year’s upcoming marching band season last week. As UIL state... + continue reading

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Two-a-days ramped up for area football teams, while volleyball teams jumped right into pre-season scrimmages, and cross country teams literally took off in a running start this week. Eyes have been on the Roby Lions in recent months, burdened with concerns about the future of the football program. Former Superintendent Heath Dickson met with... + continue reading
08/02/2018 - 0 comment(s)
By Steven Ellis An application for petition for the legal sale of all alcoholic beverages including mixed drinks was filed with the Aspermont City Secretary recently. As one might expect, views vary concerning the selling of alcohol within Aspermont’s City Limits. Local resident, Brandon Kolb submitted the original application for the... + continue reading
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Zach Morgan from Roby headed south this week to compete in the West Texas Junior Champions Tour, which was held at the Quicksand Golf Course in San Angelo, July 26 and 27. Morgan is a sophomore at Roby High School in class of 2021, where he plays on the school’s varsity golf team. Although, he quickly pick up the techniques of the game under... + continue reading

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Two-a-days ramped up for area football teams, while volleyball teams jumped right into pre-season scrimmages, and cross country teams literally took off in a running start this week. Eyes have... + continue reading

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Fresh Starts and New Beginnings By James Decker No matter what life throws at us, we always have an opportunity for a fresh start. Bad day at work? When you go to bed, you get to start a new... + continue reading

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By Jeff Hurt As co-founder of No Need For Need and director of Roby youth center the Hub for almost a decade, August 22 will be Shannon Wilburn’s last day, as her walk with Christ is taking her to... + continue reading