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Fri
31
Jul

Court receives tax appraisal roll

The Ochiltree County Commissioners’ Court, at the meeting on Thursday, July 30, received the Sheriff’s Department jail commissary fund report. The court also authorized the auditor to advertise for bids on leasing the farm acreage at the airport and set up scheduling dates for public hearings for the 2015-2016 budget. County Judge Earl McKinley presented the court with the 2015 appraisal roll information.

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Fri
31
Jul

K7 GRADUATES

K7 GRADUATES – Students in TKaye Arruda’s K7 class at Perryton Kinder who graduated this spring are, front row, from left,Vivian Ramirez, Brodie Lopez and Diana Garcia; second row, Areli Navarrete, Sarely Lopez, Jimena Escobar, Maria Pinion, Andres Martinez, Ellie Carter and Jona Pacheco; and third row, Joshua Antigua, David Soto, Joselyn Olivas, Bryton Patterson, Gael Alvarez and Allan Marquez. Not pictured is Brheadon Wadlow.

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Fri
31
Jul

One vehicle wreck causes fatality

A wreck Friday morning claimed the life of an Amarillo man. At 8:30 a.m. on Friday morning, a 2008 GMC van was traveling north on Highway 70. According to Ochiltree County Sheriff Terry Bouchard, the van left the roadway on the west side and traveled down an embankment, then traveled through two fences and struck trees in the front yard of the Sammy and Sandy Judice residence, coming to rest among the trees in front of the house.

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Fri
31
Jul

TANK BATTERY BURNS

At 11 a.m. Friday morning, July 31 The large tank battery just south of the United Supermarket parking lot caught fire and burned. With a thunderstorm in progress, it is likely that lightning started the fire. According to fireman Scott Glass, the tanks were so full of oil that they were allowed to burn down to the point where the fire could be controlled with foam. The fire was out by 2 p.m.

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Wed
29
Jul

OGH board hears external audit

The Ochiltree Hospital District board of directors heard a report on the external audit from BKD at its meeting Monday evening. The board also approved several routine reports. Michael Oatman with the firm of BKD addressed the board, going over the different sections of the external audit.
 
Wed
29
Jul

GIFT OF LIFE

Frank Phillips College Allen Campus sponsored a blood drive with the personnel from Coffee Memorial Blood Center of Amarillo on Tuesday, July 28. With Perryton residents giving blood from11 a.m. until 7 p.m., the center received 65 donations. Pictured is Brittany Lowry, at left, and Coffee employee Lorena Ceniceros.
 
Wed
29
Jul

PHS FFA STUDENTS COMPETE AT STATE

Three Perryton High School FFA students qualified to compete at the State FFA Public Speaking Contest. They are, from left, Hayden-James Hughes, Breckyn LeCompte and Jarrett Blasingame. Hughes placed second at the state level contest, LeCompte placed  second and Blasingame placed third. 
 
Fri
24
Jul

FPC to host blood drive on July 28

Coffee Memorial Blood Center in Amarillo will hold a Perryton Community Blood Drive at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus, 2314 S.  Jefferson, on Tuesday, July 28 from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Every elligible donor  who presents to donate will receive a free Boots vs. Badges T-shirt.

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Fri
24
Jul

STAYING COOL AT THE POOL

With the temperature in the upper 90s, the Ciity of Perryton Municipal Water Park was the place to be to beat the heat on Thursday. Mayson Thomas, at left, and his little cousin Judd Freeman are staying cool, playing at the Splash Pad in the park.

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Fri
24
Jul

THE CLEAN UP CREW

The high school and college boys that are working for the Perryton Independent School District this summer spent Friday morning, July 24, cleaning up tree limbs on the Perryton Junior High School campus. They are, from left, Jose Chavez, Riley Dear, Nestor Navarrete, Ben Gibson, Kaiden Summerville, Aaron Fraire and Eric Guzman.

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