KDDD News 2-10-21

The Moore County Sheriff’s Office posted on social media yesterday, commending the bravery of Sergeant Aaron Porras and Deputy Souvannakhily for the rescue of a kidnapping victim in Cactus on Jan. 18. For their bravery and tactics, Moore county Sheriff Morgan Hightower presented Sergeant Aaron Porras and Deputy Souvannakhily with a letter of commendation.

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The Dumas/Moore County Chamber of Commerce will be holding its annual banquet on April 13. The annual banquet will be held inside the Moore County Community Building. The Chamber is seeking community input regarding the Farmer/Rancher of the Year, Outstanding Citizen, Small Business of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and Lifetime Achievement awards.

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Moore County Emergency Management will be hosting a Storm Spotting Class on February 16th at 6PM.
The class is free and should last about 2 hours. It will be at the Moore County Community Building (16th & South Maddox).

The class is taught by National Weather Service. Social Distancing will be in place and face mask are recommended. For more information please contact EOC at 806-934-9520

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Just a reminder of the COVID-19 vaccine clinic this week at the Moore County Community Building (16th and South Maddox). times are as follows:

Wednesday Feb. 10:
12PM-2PM 65 and older only
2PM-8PM 18+ with at risk conditions
Thursday Feb 11:
8AM-10AM 65 and older only
10AM-7PM 18+ with at risk conditions
Saturday Feb 13:
8AM-10AM 65 and older only
10AM-7PM 18+ with at risk conditions
This clinic is for the first dose only!
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 806-934-9520.

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There’s another new death in Moore County, according to Channel 4 in Amarillo. The total now is at 63.