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Wed
27
Apr

March warmer , little moisture

The month of March had seasonally warm days for the most part, but also several days with the high temperatures in the 40s and 50s. The nighttime were on the cool side, with the month registering four days with lows in the teens. There was scant moisture during the month with three rain events and one snow event.

 

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Wed
27
Apr

GOING TO REGIONAL

Several members of the Ranger and Rangerette track teams qualified for the UIL Regional Track and Field Meet in Lubbock, to be held Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30. They are, first row, from left, Clay Feger, Gustavo Enriquez, Ceasar Luther, Idahir Lopez and Francisco Borunda; second row, Colton Juarez, Gerardo Tarango, Jace Newcomb, Dalton Rigdon and Kolby Hall; and third row, Graison Moseley, Addyson Moseley, Kenedy Douglas Jackie Castillo and Lanie Schollenbarger. Not pictured are Yvonne Landeros and Esmeralda Medina.

 

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Wed
27
Apr

MUSEUM PATRONS OF THE YEAR

Lori and Phil Dollar were chosen as the Museum of the Plains Patrons of the Year for 2016. They received the honor at the Appreciation Banquet held at the museum on Tuesday, April 26. The museum also presented them with a sterling silver tray.

 

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Wed
27
Apr

OPSU ART CONTEST WINNERS

Four Perryton High School art students won accolades at the 18th Annual Panhandle Area Art Jubilee held on April 13 at Oklahoma Panhandle State University. The are, from left, April Martinez for an acrylic painting “Jess”, Michael Turner with digital media untitled and photograph “The Unknown”, Paloma Valenzuela for charcoal “Black and White” and batik “Caballo” and Evelyn Hernandez for a video “Space.”

 

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Fri
22
Apr

Early voting starts this Monday for May 7 election

Early voting in the May 7 general election starts this Monday, April 25, and will run through Tuesday, May 3. Seven candidates are running for four different positions up on the Perryton City Council and Perryton School Board.

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Fri
22
Apr

OGH to replace old phone system

The Ochiltree Hospital District board of directors agreed to the need of replacing the telephone system in the hospital, as well as replacing the nurses call system. The board also took care of several routine matters. CEO Robert Pascasio discussed with the board the need for a new phone system.

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Fri
22
Apr

PLAYING IN THE PARK

Carter and Amy Childress were playing in Stark Park, enjoying the spring weather with temperatures in the high 70s. They are the children of TJ and Brandi Childress of Amarillo, visiting with their grandparents Dan and Kathy Childress.

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Fri
22
Apr

SWCD promotes Soil and Water Stewardship Week

As a part of Ochiltree County for 68 years, the Ochiltree County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) wants to remind everyone that each of us has a connection to natural resources. The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) is celebrating the 61st year of Stewardship Week April 24 – May 1.

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Wed
20
Apr

City council tweaks H-M tax ordinance

The Perryton City Council, at the meeting on Tuesday, took care of a number of routine items including adopting a new ordinance that made some minor changes in the wording of the hotel/motel occupancy tax and appointing a new member to the gas supply contract steering committee. The council voted to pass city ordinance #1031-16, which repealed ordinance #977-10 and restated the ordinance with some minor changes in the wording of the document.

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Wed
20
Apr

BEST OF THE BEST

Darl Hergert won the top two prizes at the CrimeStoppers Sixth Annual Autorama Car Show last weekend. His blue 1935 Ford pickup recieved the People’s Choice Award and the Best of Show from the judges. The car show had 69 cars and motorcycles on display at the Ochiltree County Expo Center and made $5,000 which will be donated this year to the Team Tatum Fund.

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