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Torres Errand Runners – a love for helping others

Torres Errand Runners have been running errands since June 11, 2019. “For those of you who don’t know, we run this company in purpose to help those of you who need assistance and getting errands done whether it is because you have a hurt foot or because you just don’t feel like getting out,” Erica…

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Post Nursing and Rehab closed to public until April 30

Due to the recent coronavirus pandemic, Post Nursing and Rehab recently stated that they will be closed to the public. “I would just like to clear up some confusion and panic,” Assistant Director of Nursing Kasey Martinez said. “Post Nursing and Rehab is not on lockdown.” Although the premises is not on lockdown, only essential…

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25th Annual Chili Supper is a Success

The line for the Post Volunteer Fire Department’s 25th Annual Chili Supper extended outside of the fire station Saturday, Feb. 15. A pair of black fire boots that held donations sat next to a sign in list. Down the line, firefighters and volunteers served chili along with Fritos, jalapenos, cheese and other toppings. Girl Scouts…

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Meeting held regarding alcohol sales in Garza

GARZA COUNTY – Thursday, Feb. 13, a meeting regarding restaurant alcohol sales in Garza County was held in the Centennial Bank Community room at 5:30 p.m. Currently, Post is divided by the railroad tracks. East of the tracks, alcohol sales are permitted. However, west of the tracks, the town remains dry. Rex Cash hopes to…

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Xcel Energy to refund $39.4 million in Texas fuel costs

Falling natural gas prices, new wind farms make electricity production cheaper AMARILLO, Texas (Feb. 14, 2020) – Xcel Energy customers in Texas will receive a one-time, $39.4 million refund in their June billing cycle related to a continued drop in prices for power plant fuel and the increased use of low-cost wind energy resources. If approved by…

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Post-Garza County EMS blood drive is a success

On Saturday, Feb. 8, the Post-Garza County EMS held a blood drive in which they beat their donation goal yet again. From 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., individuals could either set up an appointment or walk in to donate. At 1:45 p.m., Post-Garza County took to Facebook to announce that the community had officially beat…

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Poka Lambro scholarships available

Poka Lambro is now accepting applications for $2500 scholarships. Area high school students whose parents are customers of Poka Lambro may apply. Recipients are selected based on: academic achievement, involvement in extra-curricular activities, and educator recommendations. Students graduating from an area high school whose parents or legal guardians are customers of Poka Lambro are eligible.…

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Cross is named Lawyer of the Year

Terry Cross is a founding partner of McClure & Cross LLP, established in 2008, and practices in the Dallas office of that firm. He has 40 years of experience in providing legal counsel… For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online.  ©Copyright 2019 The Post…

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Getting Ready for the Annual Lighted Christmas Parade

  Downtown Post is looking ready for the Annual Lighted Christmas Parade taking place on Saturday, December 7 at 6:00 p.m. As tradition goes, Santa will be making his first public appearance of the year at the parade. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version…

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