Bayer Motor & Bayer Ford, Comanche Texas

<
 
 


You can now pay for a mailed
subscription online - check out the subscriptions page -

ALSO new email version.
Check out the subs page!

Click here!

 



Top Stories This Week - April 27th, 2017

Chamber Banquet and par tournament

Banquet goers were welcomed to a beautifully decorated PAR Country Club on Saturday night for the annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet. Prior to the evening’s activities, a golf tournament was held at PAR Country Club in conjunction with the Banquet. Pick up a Comanche Chief newspaper and read about the winners of cash prizes and local business/organization prizes.

Early voting May 6th, Election underway

According to Comanche County Clerk, Early Voting in Comanche County which began Monday, April 24 and will run through May 2, the light voter turnout was 28 at the polling place and 128 by mail. Early Voting in person will be conducted the Courthouse Basement Room B 1-2 and the De Leon City Hall. Extended Early Voting hours for the Comanche Courthouse will be from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on May 1, 2017. Extended hours for voting at the De Leon City Hall will be from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on April 27 and May 2. Political subdivisions who will be having elections on May 6 are: * City of Comanche – Local Option Election * Gustine ISD – Electing 4 trustees – Steve Ruedas, James Littlejohn, Jarrett Westfall, Mark Herod, Brian Lopez, Wade Luker, Michael Newton. * Comanche Co. Consolidated Hospital District - Place a3, Jr. Pacheco, Marvin McKinnon; Place 5 – Barbara Williams * City of De Leon – mayor – Michael Reyna, Terry D. Scott Council Member Place 1 – Dewitt Welch, Sarah Childers Council Member Place 2 – Jon Awbrey, Place 3, Bob Whitney, Place 4 Jaye Golden, Place 5 James C. Beck Eleven (11) Propositions to amend De Leon City Charter (Comanche ISD, Sidney ISD, City of Gustine had no consolidated positions. Their elections are cancelled.)



National Day of Prayer

The 66th annual National Observance will be held on May 4th, 2017 on the Comanche Couthouse Lawn at 12:00 noon. You’re invited to join in on the prayer for America! Why pray for america? God is sovereign and nothing comes as a surprise to Him. Whether we face fluctuating economics, threats from abroad, unrest at home, or other troubling circumstances, our Heavenly Father is not caught unaware. Through prayer, we are able to tap into His wisdom, strength, protection, and peace. He stands ready to respond to our needs when we humbly ask for divine intervention in the affairs of men. As we Pray for America whose pledge of allegiance recounts that we are” one nation under God,” and whose currency states that it is “in God we trust,” we want Americans to encounter the God who rules over their country. “He who forms the mountains, creates the wind, and reveals His thoughts to man, He who turns dawn to darkness, and treads the high places of the earth - the LORD God Almighty is His name.”- Amos 4:13 NIV He is the One who gave us this promise in 2 Chronicles 7:14: “If my people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” As we humbly and diligently seek Him, we’ll be changed, and we’ll see transformation in America through prayer! Equipped To P.R.A.Y. Praise - Thank God for what He has already accomplished through Jesus. Repent - Confess your sins and shortcomings. Repent personally and on behalf of our nation. The Lord is quick to forgive when we come humbly to Him. Ask - Ask God to reveal truth, turn our hearts back toward Him, and bring healing. Yield - Yield to the Lord and recognize that He has heard our prayers and will answer according to His will. He is ready to provide guidance and direction. Our Mission- The mission of the National Day of Prayer Task Force is to mobilize prayer in America and to encourage personal repentance and righteousness in the culture.



Battle of the Badges 2017

On Saturday, May 6th, 2017, starting at 2:15 PM, at the Comanche city park, the annual Fire Vs. Police department softball game will begin. First pitch will be at 3:00 PM. The live entertainment line-up includes, Danny Bingham, Joe Williams, and Tim Turnbaugh, with a special appearance from Smokey Bear.

BURN BAN LIFTED, PLEASE CALL DISPATCH BEFORE BURNING

WHEREAS, the Commissioners Court has determined that circumstances present in all or part of the unincorporated area of the county create a public safety hazard that would be exacerbated by outdoor burning;
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED by the Commissioners Court of Comanche County that all outdoor burning is banned in the unincorporated area of the county to begin January 9, 2017, for 90 days from the adoption of this Order, unless the restrictions are terminated earlier based on a determination made by the Texas Forest Service or this Court. This Order is adopted pursuant to Local Government Code 352.081, and other applicable, statutes. This order does not prohibit outdoor burning activities related to public health and safety that are authorized by the Texas Commission on Environmental
Quality for (1) firefighter training; (2) public utility, natural gas pipeline or mining operations; (3) planting or harvesting of agricultural crops; or, (4) burns that are conducted by a prescribed burn manager certified under Section 153.048, Natural Resources Code, and meet the standards of
Section 153.047, Natural Resources Code.

Comanche National Bank

sports button

 

 

 

 

facebook

twitter

 

Burn Ban In Effect

Comanche Depot

Support the
Comanche Depot
with your kind donation.
Commerative bricks now available.
download donation form
[ click here ]


 
 

 



Comanche Active Servemen
eco friendly

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 



 


Phone: 325-356-2636 . Email: editor@thecomanchechief.com . SiteMap
Copyright 2015 - The Comanche Chief

 
home contact us home subscriptions classifieds obits about us