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There’s a new stop sign in town

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City Street Superintendent Wesley Wallace erected a new stop sign at the corner of Washita and First Streets Tuesday morning next to Lowe’s Grocery Store. The sign was installed after the city had received several complaints about motorists entering the intersection without slowing or stopping, and causing a safety hazard. On April 20, the City Council authorized an ordinance implementing the stop sign.
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Reopening Texas: Local officials grant funding and facility requests for rodeos and churches

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In an effort to reopen Texas’ businesses and to revive its faltering economy, Governor Greg Abbott announced on Monday that day care centers, youth clubs and personal-care services were allowed to open immediately, and that beginning this Friday, many other business would be allowed to reopen at limited capacity.
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HCH staff conducts COVID-19 tests at Abraham Nursing Home

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On May 11, Gov. Abbott directed the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, the Texas Division of Emergency Management and the Texas Department of State Health Services to test 100% of residents and staff in Texas nursing homes, which have emerged as hot spots for the new coronavirus. The collaboration of those agencies, Abbott said, would “ensure that any potential clusters of COVID-19 cases in nursing homes are quickly detected and contained.”