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First Baptist members to run errands for residents staying in

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FORT DAVIS - To help ease residents in Fort Davis with day to day life, while dealing with restrictions on being in public, First Baptist Church members are offering help with errands such as going to the grocery store, post office, pharmacy, or picking up take-out meals. Please call 432-426-3989, or email fbcfortdavis@sbcglobal.net, with your request.

Teacher Parade planned today through streets of Fort Davis

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FORT DAVIS - In an effort to keep spirits lifted during trying times forced by the spread of the COVID-19 virus that have resulted in statewide school closures, Fort Davis Independent School District faculty and staff will have planned a Teacher Parade through the streets of Fort Davis today to allow students to give a wave or blow a kiss to their teachers during the extended break.

JAGGER: Stay home, stay safe and take care of each other

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FORT DAVIS - The health and safety of our community is the number one concern of the Jeff Davis County Commissioners Court, elected officials and departments. We are making sure we remain informed and updated with the best factual information in order to act in the most responsible way. Sometimes simply communicating those facts may sound sensational, perhaps even fearful, but truthful information is necessary to adequately prepare and take appropriate actions.

Pirates to stay at home, too

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VALENTINE - Following the order of Texas Governor Greg Abbott, schools in Texas, including Valentine Independent School District will continue to be cancelled through April 3, at which time state officials will make a decision on extendeding cancellations .