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Wed
10
Sep

GETTING READY FOR THE ‘CHICKEN SHOW’

Members of the 4-H Club met at Leatherman Park to learn how to get their chickens ready for the Tri- State Fair where over 300 chickens will be judged. The 4-H members learned how to clean and trim their chicken’s nails, with 10 youngsters showing 33 chickens at the event. Austin Merrick is pictured with his cochen hen, Snow, trained to lay on her back (left photo) and Daniel Garcia is shown with his black cochen hen named Checkers
 
Sat
06
Sep

Seal coating of city streets to begin this week

Starting this coming week, Lewis Construction Company of Dumas will begin seal coating a number of streets for the City of Perryton. Three avenues will be seal coated from Jefferson Street to Main Street. They are 19th Avenue, 15th Avenue and 13th Avenue.
 
Sat
06
Sep

Rangers nab 16-7 win over Bobcats

The Rangers headed to Childress for the first time in 13 years, and came away with a 16-7 win Friday night. The win improves the Rangers’ season record to 2-0, and they will face a formidable Canadian team next week.
 
Sat
06
Sep

Perryton to host Top 9 Rodeo Finals Sept. 13-14

The Perryton Rodeo Association will host the Top 9 Rodeo Finals Sept.13-14 at the county rodeo arena. Admission for the rodeo will be $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6- 12 and children 5 and under are admitted free.
 
Thu
04
Sep

EXTENDING THE WATER LINE

City employees, from left, Michael Fossand, Justyn Cawyer and John Villegas tapped into the main water line on Elm Street to put a section of water line east aboiut 300 feet on SE Second Avenue
 
Thu
04
Sep

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS

Brian Findley, of Grant Construction of Amarillo, uses a large backhoe to dig the pit for the support pads for the new building of the Toot’N’Totum Truck Stop being built on the southeast corner of Main Street and Loop 143. It is reported that the new store will be larger than the Toot’N’Totum on the Dumas Highway and Loop 335 in north Amarillo. The estimated date for completion of the new location is summer 2015.
 
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.
 

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