KDDD News 5-5-2021

A salute to our firefighters in Moore County. Yesterday was International Firefighters day. Firefighters dedicate their lives to the protection of life and property. Sometimes that dedication is in the form of countless hours volunteered over many years, in others it is many selfless years working in the industry. In all cases it risks the ultimate sacrifice of a firefighter’s life.

International Firefighters’ Day is observed each year on May 4th


In the year 2020, 295 police officers died in the line of duty and of those deaths, 182 were COVID-related. Please join the Dumas Police Department on May 10th, from 11:30 am till 1:00 pm at the Dumas Police Department Municpal Courtroom as they pay tribute to those fallen officers and one of our very own, Chief Marvin Wayne Trejo. There will be refreshments and cookies.


The most recent election last weekend produced new results with candidates. The Sunray City Council and Sunray Independent School District Board of Trustees will each have one new face after Saturday’s election.

The Moore County News Press reported that challenger Freddy Ruiz edged out incumbent Michael Hill 94 to 90 to take a place on the Sunray City Council.

In the school-board race, challenger Curtis Meeley overcame incumbent Brian Lee 94 to 87. The other goes to incumbent Shelby Taylor, who topped the four-man field with 104 votes. Challenger Jonathan Hataway received 17 votes.