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Sheriff’s Office apprehends Saucedo

Sheriff’s Office apprehends Saucedo

November 26, 2014

Following a several month long search, Sheriff J. Dale Butler said deputies arrested Sherri Saucedo, who was wanted for theft.

Saucedo disappeared after being charged with theft over $20,000 and under $100,000 and was out on a bond of $20,000 when she disappeared.

Butler said it was reported that she had been in South Texas, but had come back to Hereford recently.

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HISD earns perfect financial accountability report

November 26, 2014

The Hereford Independent School District trustees meeting began with two public hearings on Monday night to discuss financial accountability and campus improvement plans for Hereford Junior High and West Central Elementary.

HISD business manager said that all schools in Texas are required to report on financial accountability. He said the resulting report provides information on spending, fund balances, spending, ratios, staffing ,and all things financial in a school district.

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DSC jail passes state inspection

November 26, 2014

During the regular meeting on Monday, County Judge Tom Simons told commissioners that the DSC jail had recently undergone an inspection and “passed with flying colors.”

“A lot of good changes have been made at the jail,” said Simons. “The Sheriff’s Office has done an outstanding job. It was an report – a nice critique.”…

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Sports Updates

Whitefaces fall to Lubbock High, 68-58

Whitefaces fall to Lubbock High, 68-58

November 25, 2014

The Hereford Whitefaces had gotten off to a great start, winning both of their first two games of the season before traveling to Lubbock High to take on the Westerners on Tuesday night.

But it was not to be for the Herd, as Lubbock High rode big first and third quarters to a 68-58 win.…

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Fillies run away in fourth quarter to beat Lady Herd

Fillies run away in fourth quarter to beat Lady Herd

November 25, 2014

The Hereford Lady Whitefaces played two games in consecutive days on Monday and Tuesday and, after blowing out the Lady Westerners of Lubbock High on Monday, the Lady Herd fell to the Conference 3A No. 3-ranked Shallowater Fillies on Tuesday night, 62-46.…

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Hereford beats Borger, loses to Caprock

Hereford beats Borger, loses to Caprock

November 25, 2014

The Hereford Whitefaces and Lady Whitefaces hosted Caprock and Borger in a wrestling triangular on Tuesday night at the Hereford High School Triple Gyms.

The maroon and white fell to Caprock in both boys’ and girls’ duals, 59-15 and 36-18, respectively, before rebounding to defeat Borger 36-18 and 46-36, respectively.…

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Lady Herd whip Lubbock High

Lady Herd whip Lubbock High

November 25, 2014

The Hereford Lady Whitefaces were riding some momentum headed into their basketball game against the Lady Westerners of Lubbock High on Monday night at Whiteface Gymnasium, and they came out of the game with flying colors.

The Lady Herd ran Lubbock High right out of the gym with an 89-34 victory.…

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News

Celebration of Lights parade set for Dec. 1

November 26, 2014

The annual Christmas Celebration of Lights parade is scheduled for Dec. 1.

The parade is held in conjunction each year with the lighting of the Christmas tree in Dameron Park and the arrival of Santa Claus.

The parade will feature entries with Christmas lights.

The parade will begin at sundown followed by the lighting of the Dameron Park Christmas tree and Eats and Treats at the Hereford Community Center.…

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County call for burn ban

County call for burn ban

November 26, 2014


By Lynda Work, BRAND Editor
Deaf Smith County commissioners approved a burn ban on Monday as per the recommendation of City of Hereford Fire Marshall Dean Turney.

Turney told commissioners that the recent freeze had cured the fine fuel and vegetation making it a fire hazard. He said the countryside is primed to burn, even with the recent moisture.…

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DSC jail passes inspection

November 26, 2014

By Lynda Work, BRAND Editor
During the regular meeting on Monday, County Judge Tom Simons told commissioners that the DSC jail had recently undergone an inspection and “passed with flying colors.”

“A lot of good changes have been made at the jail,” said Simons. “The Sheriff’s Office has done an outstanding job. It was an report – a nice critique.”…

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