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Fri
22
May

PHS seniors receive over $1.6 million in scholarship offers

Scholarships were presented  21 to senior class members t the Perryton High School Awards Assembly. The total of scholarships offered was $1,688,449.  onors were also received, including Who’s Who, Best Citizens and Best All Around. 
 
 
Fri
22
May

BAND QUEEN AND HER COURT

BAND QUEEN AND HER COURT At the annual Perryton High School Band Spring Concert, the Band Queen for 2015 was crowned. The   een and her court are, seated from left, Queen Evelyn Montes and candidates Rosa Pina, Misty Brooksand Monica Borunda; and standing, attendants freshman Marylynn Montes, sophomore Bellaneyra Avila Alegria and junior Anahi Gutierrez.
 
 
Wed
20
May

PERRYTON CROSSFIT RIBBON CUTTING

The Perryton Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce and the Perryton Pardners held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Perryton Crossfit, located at 24 SW 28th Ave. Owner  Neal Bozeman, center with scissors, was joined by his family, friends and the Perryton Pardners for a workout before the ceremony.
 
Wed
20
May

OGH board elects officers

The Ochiltree Hospital District board of directors had a short meeting on Monday, May 18, taking care of a number of routine
items on the agenda. As well as canvassing the election results from May 9, the board elected officers for the board, along with committee assignments.
 
Wed
20
May

THE LAKE IS FULL

With all the rain the area has been receiving in the last few weeks, Lake Fryer in Wolf Creek Park is full and running over the spillway. Many people are enjoying fishing in the lake, which was stocked with rainbow trout last December and January. In a little over two weeks, the Wolf Creek Improvement Board will hold its annual Children’s Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 6, That day is also a free fishing day for the State of Texas for anyone of any age.
 
Wed
20
May

SENIOR SKIP DAY AT LAKE FRYER

On Monday, May 18, three busloads of Perryton High School seniors went to Wolf Creek Park for their annual “Senior Skip” day. Seniors Eunice Avalos, Rosa Pina, Daisy Macias and Addison Skaggs pose for the camera, while Wyatt Mitchell and Jordon O’Dell try to get in some serious fishing. The teachers brought a grill and cooked hamburgers for the seniors.
 
Fri
15
May

Children’s Fishing Tournament set at Lake Fryer June 6

The Wolf Creek Improvement Board will be hosting its annual Children’s Fishing Tournament at Lake Fryer in Wolf Creek Park on Saturday, June 6. Registration for the tournament will begin a 8 a.m. at the Pavilion on the north side of the lake. The Pavilion is located across the road east of the Lobo Restaurant.
 
 
Fri
15
May

Wheat Field Day slated May 20

The Texas A & M AgriLife Extension offices in Ochiltree, Lipscomb and Hansford Counties will be hosting a wheat field day
on Wednesday, May 20. The field day will be held on the David Peckenpaugh farm.
 
 
Fri
15
May

BEST PORTFOLIOS

At the annual PerrytonHigh School Art Show, the art students with the Best Portfolios were chosen for six categories, each receiving a $25 prize. They were, from left, Bianca Becerril, Best Portfolio Art 1 and Best Portfolio Photography; Brooke Cook, Best Portfolio Art 2; April Marinez, Best Portfolio Art 3; Mayra Herrera, Best Portfolio Art 4; and Evelyn Hernandez, Best Portfolio Digita Media.
 
 
Fri
15
May

TIPSY FUNDRAISER

The March of Dimes Bustin’ for Justin team hosted a “Tipsy Artist” paint party last Friday, May 8, at the Expo Center. The “Tipsy Artist” Tiffany Bora from Guthrie, OK was on hand to give instruction on painting to over 170 attendees. Ticketholders were treated to a meal of spaghetti and meatballs sponsored by United Supermarket, and were able to purchase drinks from the bar sponsored by M&R Liquor. The event brought in over $6,000 to benefit the March of Dimes. 
 
 

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