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01
Jul

GETTING READY FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY

Samantha Hargus, at left, Antonio Grajeda and Alexander Grajeda, from Perryton, bought a supply of fireworks at the stand belonging to Tyler Kile, stocking up for the Fourth of July holiday. Working at the stand was, at right, Tonny Loustaunau.
 
Wed
01
Jul

STABILIZING THE INTERSECTION

O. Travino Construction out of Dallas was subcontracted to pour eight inch thick concrete slabs on the S-curve at the intersection of Eton Street and Third Avenue.
 
Wed
24
Jun

Herbert earns national college academic honor

Halie Herbert of Perryton, a senior at Oklahoma Baptist University, has been named a Capital One First Team Academic All-America in track/cross country. 
 
Wed
24
Jun

SUMMER READING PUPPET SHOW

Nancy Worcester and her friend Larry the Crocodile entertained the children from the Perry Memorial Library Summer Reading program. The show was held at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus on Tuesday, June 23. Ventriloquist Worcester and her many puppet friends presented a fun program, teaching the children about heroes and morals, a program aimed at encouraging reading
 
Wed
24
Jun

CLASSICS TO CLUNKERS CAR SHOW

The Classics to Clunkers Car Show, held at the Ochiltree County Expo Center on Saturday and Sunday, June 20-21, raised over $800 for the Bustin’ for Justin March of Dimes team. There were approximately 350 people who came to the show. The event had 45 vehicles entered. See story for more information
 
Fri
19
Jun

STOCKING THE STORE AT THE MUSEUM

The Blasingame Store, one of the new exhibits at the Museum of the Plains, is being stocked with items that are as close as possible as the originals, taken from old photographs. Toni Good, museum board member, shows off some artificial apples that look very much like the real thing.

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Fri
19
Jun

KEEPING COOL IN MURPHY PARK

On Thursday, June 18, most of the youngsters that live around Murphy Park were at the wading pool, splashing in the water and playing games to keep cool.With a high temperature of 88 degrees, it was a perfect day to play in the pool.

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Fri
19
Jun

Celebration plans set, council seeking photos of veterans

The Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration, which takes place during the month of August, has many planned activities, with something for everyone of every age. The theme for the 96th Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration is “Welcome Home.” The Wheatheart Council is in need of pictures of those who served in the military.

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Wed
17
Jun

SUMMER WORK AT PERRYTON SCHOOLS

SUMMER WORK AT PERRYTON SCHOOLS Every summer, a group of high school and college students work for the Perryton Independent School District, doing maintenance and yard work at the school campuses. Some of his year’s crew is pictured working at the administration offices on 17th Avenue. They  re , from left, Ben Gibson, Riley Dear, Kaiden Summerville, Aaron Fraire, Eric Guzman and Nester Navarrete  

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Wed
17
Jun

SWIMMING LESSONS

SWIMMING LESSONS At the City of Perryton Municipal Water Park, the facility’s lifeguards give swimming lessons to children each summer. Hannah Kemp, at left, is the three year old daughter of Josh and Sheri Kemp. She is gettingswimming lessons from lifeguard Tori Bennett 

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