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The healing touch

The healing touch

November 5, 2018

The Busy Bee

The Busy Bee

November 5, 2018

What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

November 5, 2018

Morton Memorial Cemetery

Blayne DeBusk, Tribe reporter

November 5, 2018

Filed under Cochran County History

Taken from http://cochrancountytx.com/cemetery/mortonmemorial.html Morton Memorial Cemetery is a perpetual care memorial under the ownership and supervision of Cochran County. Citizens in Cochran County pay a cemetery tax ...

Cochran County – the early years

Helen McKnight and Cheyenne Barnes, Tribe reporter

October 15, 2018

Filed under Cochran County History, Features

Until the 1920’s, Cochran County was dominated by large ranches; namely the Lazy S Ranch, owned by C. C. Slaughter. C. C. Slaughter established his first Cochran County headquarters in 1898. Between the establishment of his...

Last of the bandit chieftains

Mary Helen McKnight and Cheyenne Barnes, Tribe writer

October 10, 2018

Filed under Cochran County History, Features

J. Edgar Hoover called Kimes “one of the most viciously sought fugitives in the nation”

It’s great to be the King

Blayne DeBusk, Tribe reporter

September 26, 2018

Filed under Features

Every year at Morton High School, when it starts getting closer to the week of homecoming, students vote for their homecoming candidates for king and queen. For 2018, the king candidates are Alverto “AJ” Alvarado, Camren...

Hail to the Queen

Hail to the Queen

September 25, 2018

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