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​The scammers are still at it!  Several people have called and one person came in to say they are getting calls for “Social Security” threatening them if they don’t send the caller money.  

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The 2020 Hurricane Season made is to the "Z", and it will make landfall in the Gulf of Mexico. Temps are cooler as an early winter freeze is expected in north Texas. And that is how you know you ae in Texas. Hurricane season does not officially end until Nov. 30.

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2020 TXTT Team of the Year Results are Up!  Congratulations to Brian Shook & Danny Isles!! https://www.texasteamtrail.com/team-of-the-year/

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San Augustine County Canine Army assisted Pineland Police Department on Oct. 15, with a narcotics search of a vehicle. Army indicated on and yielded the recovery of 7.2 grams of methamphetamines, 2 grams of marijuana and 1.9 grams of dilaudid. Great job Army!

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GOOD NEWS!  Usually Good News comes in small doses. In this case Good News comes in a 28' length! The Sabine County Sheriffs Dept. working in conjunction with the Hemphill Police Dept. recovered the stolen RV. It was found at a residence in Hemphill.  An investigation is ongoing. Our Local L…

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Today the Shelby And Sabine County Game Wardens picked up their Stump Jumper Surface drive boats with ProDrive surface drive motors. Thanks to the Sabine River Authorities donation to the Gear Up for Game Wardens program through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation. #attacktheoutdoors

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Rain chances will continue tonight in the wake of a strong cold front, The highest rain chances should be across the southern half of Northeast Texas into all of Northern Louisiana. #Okwx #Arwx #Lawx #Txwx

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Much cooler temperatures are expected across the Four State Region tonight in the wake of a strong cold front. Overnight lows will range from the middle 40s north to the middle 50s south. #Okwx #Arwx #Txwx #Lawx

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Thanks to Texas Parks and Wildlife for the grant providing a new pumper/tanker to the residents of the City of Hemphill. According to Hemphill Fire Chief Glen Chance, the Hemphill fire Department sold an older truck to help pay their portion of the cost. "This will be a huge asset to the ent…