KDDD News 2-4-2021

Moore County is expected to receive vaccine next week! The vaccine will be first come first serve for first responders, healthcare workers, anyone over the age of 65 or anyone over the age of 18 with a health condition that increases risk of severe COVID-19 illness.

MCHD will be administering the vaccine at the Moore County Community building (16th & Maddox) on Feb 10th 12PM-8PM, Feb 11th 8AM-7PM, Feb 13th 8AM-7PM as long as supplies last. Mask will be required! (these dates are as long as we get the shipment from the State)

This is a first dose clinic only you will be required to come back for a second dose in 28 days. if you have already had your 1st dose return to where you got your first dose to get your second dose.


Sunray High School hosted a signing part for senior Tate DeBord on Wednesday, Feb. 3 DeBord had several colleges in mind, but he finally narrowed it down to ASU (Angelo State). The Moore County News Press reported, while attending college, he will be continuing his football career on the defensive side of the ball as an ASU Ram.


In the latest Covid-19 update on the Panhandle, Channel 4 in Amarillo reports that Moore County is now at 63 deaths due to Covid. There has been 1,882 confirmed cases in the county, with 2,060 recoveries.