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Fri
17
Oct

DOING STORY TIME CRAFTS

Perry Memorial Library began the annual Story Time for the local youngsters on Wednesday, Oct. 15.
 
Fri
17
Oct

MOONLIGHT MADNESS PUMPKIN PATCH

The Perryton-Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce held the annual ‘Moonlight Madness’ on Thursday, Oct. 16, drawing large crowds of people to the downtown area of Perryton.
 
Fri
17
Oct

Early voting in Nov. 4 election starts on Monday

Early voting in the Nov. 4 general election will begin this Monday, Oct. 20, and run through Friday, Oct. 31. Early voting is conducted in County Clerk Stacey Brown’s office on the second floor of the courthouse. Voting will be by precincts.
 
Wed
15
Oct

CROSSROADS OPEN HOUSE

CrossRoads Behavioral Healthcare at Ochiltree General Hospital, formerly Alternatives, held an Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 15. Seniors citizens toured the facillity, received three panel blood screening with the hospital lab, vital signs report from OGH homehealth and reduced mammogram scheduling. Pictured are CrossRoads staff, seated, from left, Candace Lizardo and Terrie Hailey
 
Wed
15
Oct

GHOSTS, GOBLINS AND WITCHES

John and Sandy Campbell, at 901 Michigan, have a yard full of characters designed for Halloween and the enjoyment of the youngsters. The Campbells have been decorating for many years, adding a new goulish attraction each year. “We do it for the youngsters,” Sandy Campbell said. “We like adding a new surprise for them each year.”
 
Sat
11
Oct

RODEO ASSOCIATION DONATES TO OGH

In honor of the 2014 Tough Enough to Wear Pink Campaign, The Perryton Rodeo Association sold merchandise to raise money for mammograms at Ochiltree General Hospital.

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Sat
11
Oct

Kaylie Biggs, Fernando Espino are named Rotary October Students of the Month

Kaylie Biggs and Fernando Espino were chosen Perryton Rotary Club Students of the Month for October. Biggs is the daughter of Chris and Shae Lingo. Her siblings are Jayden, Hallie and Emma. Her high school activities include athletics and basketball. About her favorite subject, she said, “My favorite subject is math because it comes naturally to me and is sometimes a challenge to me.”

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Sat
11
Oct

City’s sales tax payment sets another record

The City of Perryton’s sales tax revenue continued its record-breaking pace in October, with its highest ever payment. The city’s payment of $634,110 was up 54.5% from last October, and beat the previous record, set just in August, of $626,812. Its third highest payment, $624,850 was also set this year, in February.

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Wed
08
Oct

Senior Appreciation Day planned Oct. 15

CrossRoads Behavioral Healthcare at Ochiltree General Hospital will host a Senior Adult Appreciation Day on Wednesday, Oct. 15 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the CrossRoads department of at the hospital.
 
Wed
08
Oct

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH PROCLAMATION

City of Perryton Mayor Charles Kelly, seated center, signed a proclamation naming October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Present for the singing were Panhandle Crisis Center staff members, from left, Mariela Chavez, Nellie Westfall, Cindy Villarreal, Jamie Casdorph, Tina Henton, Merary Ojeda, Dixie Barnes and Cindy Smith. See story for more information
 

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