Cisco, TX

Jennifer Renae Horton

On Sunday, June 26, 2022, Jennifer Renae Horton (47) of Breckenridge, Texas, joined her Savior in Paradise. She was preceded in death by her father, John Benjamin Reynolds, brother, John Reynolds, sister, Johnnie Brown, and brother-in-law, Pete Brown. She is survived by her mother, Ina Reynolds of Breckenridge; brother, Billy Reynolds of Breckenridge; and sisters Cathy Benson of Seymour, Linda Kay Reynolds of Breckenridge, Betty Reynolds of Fort Worth, and Diane Baxter of Knox City. She will forever be remembered by her sons, Jonathon Reynolds of Fort Worth and wife Rebeca, Nickelos Reynolds of Breckenridge and fiancé Teressa, Jacob Horton of Breckenridge, Anthony Horton of Breckenridge, and Adam Horton of Brownwood and wife Ysabell. Additionally, she will be missed by her grandchildren, Tristan, Zane, Russell, and Acein – all of whom she loved to spoil more than anything.
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Interim Breckenridge City Manager resigns after four days on job

The City of Breckenridge is currently without a city manager after the departures of the city manager and the interim city manager in the past two and a half weeks. Then-City Manager Erica McComis’ resignation was approved by city commissioners on Monday, June 13. During that meeting, she said that the commission agreed to a contract with Texas First Group to provide an interim city manager.
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Shreveport Woman Arrested for Indecent Behavior With Juvenile

Caddo detectives arrested a Shreveport woman for indecent behavior with a juvenile on Tuesday. On Saturday, June 25, CPSO Cyber Crimes Detective Thomas Lites was alerted by the Louisiana Bureau of Investigations about possible pornography using a social media app. Det. Lites investigated and discovered that Katasha Prier, 28, sent nude photos of herself to a teenager under the age of 17.

Local puppy tests positive for rabies; authorities advise residents to take precautions

A local puppy has tested positive for rabies after showing signs of the disease earlier this month. The Texas Department of Health State Services has advised the Breckenridge Animal Control of a positive rabies case in a family dog near the 400 block of West Williams in Breckenridge. The dog showed active signs of rabies and was summited for testing, which returned positive results on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, according to a news release from the City of Breckenridge Animal Control Officer Nicole Dooley.

2 years later, honoring a young Eastland life lost to domestic violence

18-year-old Carizma Maynard was an animal lover, an independent spirit, and quiet - but outspoken when she needed to be. "I know from stories that kids told me, she always stood up for the underdog," said her mother, Kimberly Winter. "I was told she told the whole class one time to shut up, because they were making fun of a boy and that made me proud to know that she stood up for what she believed in."