Voters made their voices heard across West Texas on Tuesday night in key local races.
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Officials in the COVID-19 Emergency Management Operations Group may have been exposed and will no longer meet in person at Odessa’s new emergency operations center.
Citizens have until August 12 to make their voices heard on a highway funding plan being considered by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Dunn defeated 30-year incumbent Mary Thompson for Place 6 on the Ector County Medical Center Hospital board.
Ector County’s hospital district and Odessa College feature a slate of trustee candidates on the May 4 ballot.
The Ector County sheriff announced his intent to seek a second term, kicking off his 2020 campaign.
Two tax measures get approval from Ector County voters.
Community pushback and skyrocketing appraisals seem to have little impact on Ector County’s plan to hike property taxes.
County employee Missi Walden has secured her position as Ector County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2.
Ector County officials go back to the drawing board as an $85 million debt proposal for a new courthouse was voted down at Monday’s commissioners court meeting.