KDDD News 2-24-21

Route 287 through Dumas, keeps both Dumas Police, and the Moore County Sheriffs Departments very busy. Much like the Dumas Police Department shared with the Dumas City Commission, the Sheriffs Department reported to county commissioners, that there we’re no racial profiling complaints in 2020. Deputies stopped 2,300 vehicles last year, according to the Moore County News Press

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A person was struck and killed by a vehicle while walking on U.S. 287 early yesterday morning.

Officials said a white van was travelling on U.S. 287 when the driver came over a hill and struck a pedestrian wearing dark clothing.

The collision occurred about four miles south of the line between Potter County and Moore County.

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Storm Spotter Class has been rescheduled for March 25th at 6:00 PM at the Moore County Community Building in Dumas. This class will be done virtually with the NWS. If you are attending in person you do not need to register, this is only to view from some location other than the Moore County Community Building.

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The University of New Mexico baseball team’s three-game series against Air Force to be played at Hodgetown has been moved back to Albuquerque.

The announcement comes after the State of New Mexico is opening up for the team to play its home games in-state