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Sat
30
Aug

THE BOOK BRIGADE

The staff at Perryton Junior High School used the students to move the school’s books from the old library on the second floor of the south building to the new library on the ground floor of the center building.
 
Sat
30
Aug

END ZONE BOUND

Sat
30
Aug

State officials to visit here Sept. 10

District 88 State Representative Ken King and District 31 State Senator Kel Seliger will host a town hall meeting in Perryton on Wednesday, Sept. 10. The event will be from 2:45-3:45 p.m. at the Frank Phillips College Allen Campus.
 
Wed
27
Aug

City council sets new fees, tax rate

Adopting the budget and tax rate, and increasing some fees were approved during a short noon meeting of the Perryton City Council Tuesday. The council adopted a total budget of $14,779,930 for 2014-15.
 
Wed
27
Aug

LION OF THE YEAR

Mike Heck, at left, was named Lion of the Year by the membership of the Perryton Lions Club. James Mahaffey, Governor of Texas Lions District 2-T1 made the presentation at the club’s meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 26
 
Wed
27
Aug

WHEATHEART PARADE FIRST PLACE FLOAT

The float from Texas Farm was chosen for first place in the float - for profit division of the Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration Parade, held on Saturday, Aug.23. Texas Farm has garnered first place float in the Celebration Parade for a number of years 
 
Fri
22
Aug

GETTING BOOKED AT PERRYTON HIGH SCHOOL

On Thursday, Aug. 21, the incoming senior class members at Perryton High School registered for their classes, had their ID and senior pictures taken and picked up their books for the new school year. Pictured are, from left, Justin Ventura, Madison Bohannon, Ellis Waide, Bailee Irvin and Isaac Green
 
Fri
22
Aug

THURSDAY NIGHT DOWNTOWN FUN

On Thursday evening, Celebration activities included a Block Party on Main Street and the Watermelon Feed. In the top photo, Texas Farm cooked free pork burgers for the crowd downtown; and in the photo at left, Kaleb Logan enjoys a nice cool treat at the annual Watermelon feed, sponsored by the Perryton Lions Club on the lawn of the Ochiltree County Courthouse
 
Fri
22
Aug

Perryton gets rain, high winds on Thursday

A small thunderstorm formed to the west of Perryton on Thursday Evening and blew through town about 7 p.m., bringing spotty rain amounts along with some small hail and gusty winds. The small storm was very localized, with the city and
the west part of Ochiltree County receiving moisture
 
Wed
20
Aug

City proposes changes to outdoor sign code

Proposed increases in sanitation and tapping fees and regulating outdoor signs in the city were reviewed by the Perryton City Council Tuesday evening. City Manager David Landis addressed the outdoor sign issue. He said he and the council had heard complaints from the public on the increase of billboards in the city limits
 

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