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Fri
21
Nov

HANDEL’S MESSIAH PERFORMERS

Fri
21
Nov

THE CAST OF ‘GODSPELL’

The Perrtyon High School theater arts class performed the musical drama ‘Godspell’ on Saturday evening and will again onSunday afternoon.

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Fri
21
Nov

United Way tops $72,000

The Ochiltree United Way added more donations toward its $124,000 goal for the 2015 campaign. The drive has reached 58% of its goal, with $72,159.18 in contributions so far. Increasing their totals this week were the farm and ranch and commercial divisions.

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Wed
19
Nov

FFA AG ISSUES TEAM GOING TO AREA CONTEST

The Perryton High School FFA ag issues team competed in the district contest at Frank Phillips College in Borger on Nov. 12. Taking first place with their presentation of “Monsanto, Friend or Foe” about genetically modified organisms or GMOs, they qualified for the Area Contest on Nov. 22 at WTAMU
 
 
Wed
19
Nov

‘Rettes receive district honors

Ten Perryton High School Rangerettes on the volleyball team received All-District athletic and academic honors. PHS senior Kaylee Patton was named to the 2014 1-4A All District Volleyball second team.
 
 
Sat
15
Nov

DAVLIN ENTERTAINS WITH BASKETBALLS

Dave Davlin, inspirational speaker and entertainer from San Antonio, presented a seminar for Leadership Perryton at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus on Thursday, Nov. 13 using amazing tricks and stunts with basketballs to get his points across to the audience.
 
Sat
15
Nov

Satellite Arts & Crafts Festival slated Nov. 22-23

The Perryton Satellite Center’s Arts & Crafts Festival will be held on the weekend of Nov. 22-23. It is the 45th year for this event. The hours for the event will be Saturday, Nov. 22 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 23 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 
Wed
12
Nov

Rangers to take on Sweetwater in bi-district

The Perryton Rangers are headed into the playoffs with an exciting 49-7 win over Dalhart last Friday. It was a must win situation for the Rangers, and they rose to the challenge, dominating the game on offense and defense.
 
Wed
12
Nov

PHS hosts program to honor veterans

Perryton High School hosted a program to honor the local veterans on Tuesday, Nov. 11. The event was held in the high school auditorium. The Perryton Honor Guard and the Boy Scouts of Troop 256 posted the colors, the Stars and Stripes, the Texas Flag and the five flags of the branches of the service, Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard.
 
Wed
12
Nov

COTTON BOWL BOUND

Chris Lingo was the grand prize winner in the Herald’s annual football contest, with 40 points, edging out Michael Rutz, who accumulated 30. As the winner, Lingo received four tickets to the AT&T Cotton Bowl on New Year’s Day and $200 in expense money. Presenting him with his winnings was Herald publisher Mary Dudley.
 

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