Friday, July 29, 2016
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The Perryton-Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce has named Saturday, Aug. 6 as Perryton Beautification Day, with City of Perryton Mayor Charles Kelly signing a proclamation for the event. The Chamber and Mayor urge all citizens to take pride in the appearance... + continue reading
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The Perryton High School cheerleaders brought home several awards, and had two squad members selected for All American honors, from the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) camp at Oklahoma State University. The squad was honored with a Spirit Stick... + continue reading
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TEAM TATUM DONATION — The Fight For Life Softball Tournament raised $1,600 for Team Tatum with Yaquis’ team taking first place in the tournament. Pictured are, from left, Amanda Cowan, Shayla Kenworthy and Alicia Espino. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED—Anthony “Tony” Tyk and Angela Jones, both of Perryton, announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Lacey Lyn Tyk, to Andrew James Rios, son of Jesus “Jesse” Rios, Jr. of Uvalde and Martha Rios of Rocksprings. The couple will be... + continue reading
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Since opening in 1965, Ochiltree General Hospital has been the birthplace of over 10,000 people. Recently another name was added to that long list when Dr. Jennifer McGaughy, D.O., delivered her 1000th baby at Ochiltree General Hospital. On July 6,... + continue reading

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07/29/2016
WRITING AWARD—Maddie Schickedanz, right, was recently honored at the Texas High Plains Writers awards ceremony in Amarillo. She took first place in the third-fourth grade division for her short story, “Principal of the Day.” She was asked to submit a paper by her fourth... + continue reading
07/29/2016
Thunderstorms continue to bring showers to the City of Perryton and Ochiltree County. A small thunderstorm on Wednesday evening, July 27 dumped about a half inch of rain on the city and about an inch in the south part of the county. Another storm early... + continue reading

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The Ochiltree County Commissioners’ Court, at the meeting on Monday, July 25, received the official numbers from the Ochiltree Appraisal District. The court also received a memorandum from the Ochiltree Hospital District and honored three election judges... + continue reading
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On Wednesday morning, July 27, after shredding the damaged asphalt on the south end of Garrett Drive, city employee Robert Dodson sweeps up the debris, getting the area ready for a new layer of hot mix asphalt. The repairs on this section of Garrett Drive was finished that afternoon.... + continue reading
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The Perryton Junior High cheerleaders took top honors at the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) camp at Wayland Baptist University in Plainview. The squad includes two returning eighth graders, Morgyn Vela and Kaydee Harrison, both serving as... + continue reading
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07/29/2016 - 0 comment(s)
TEAM TATUM DONATION — The Fight For Life Softball Tournament raised $1,600 for Team Tatum with Yaquis’ team taking first place in the tournament. Pictured are, from left, Amanda Cowan,... + continue reading

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07/29/2016 - 0 comment(s)
By Dr. Don Newbury A few friends from 50 years ago still remember our wedding day—August 12, 1966. The occasion is a conversation starter when we gather. Brenda and I... + continue reading

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WRITING AWARD—Maddie Schickedanz, right, was recently honored at the Texas High Plains Writers awards ceremony in Amarillo. She took first place in the third-fourth grade division for... + continue reading