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Wed
02
Mar

Jennie June Book Fair set in March

The Jennie June Club of Perryton will hold the first Book Fair for 2016 during the month of March at Perry Memorial Library where patrons can buy used books and videos for a bargain price, 50 cents for hardback, 25 cents for paperbacks and $1 for videos. The Jennie June Book Fair has been in the month of October for a number of years, but with the number of books donated, this year the Book Fair will also be held during the month of March.

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Fri
26
Feb

Primary elections slated Tuesday

Ochiltree County voters will go to the polls this Tuesday, March 1 to cast votes for candidates running for president to county commissioner. On Tuesday, voting sites will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m., with both the Republican and Democrat primary elections at each.

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Fri
26
Feb

Kiwanis auction flyer deadline is March 4

The Perryton Kiwanis Club will be holding its 32nd annual auction fund-raiser Saturday, March 19 at the Ochiltree County Expo Center. The auction is the major fund-raising event of the year for the Kiwanis Club. The Kiwanis Club will distribute a flyer with a listing of items in the auction before the sale. The flyer will also be published in The Perryton Herald. The deadline for items to be listed on the flyer is Friday, March 4.

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Fri
26
Feb

RECESS TIME FOR KINDERGARTEN

With the temperature approaching 60 degrees, the five and six year old kindergarten students of Perryton Kinder spent time Friday morning, Feb. 27 running and playing on the playground.The playhouse slides are a favorite of the youngsters.

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Wed
24
Feb

School board updated on PJH academic improvement progress

The Perryton School Board heard a progress report on Perryton Junior High’s improvement plan, as well as considered administrators’ contracts and received head football coach and athletic director David Flowers’ official resignation.

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Wed
24
Feb

BBBS WALK FOR KIDS SAKE

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Walk For Kids Sake was held at the Ochiltree County Expo Center on Saturday, Feb. 20. There were 12 teams walking for the fund-raiser, making about $30,000 for the organization. Pictured are some of the children that participated in the walk.

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Wed
24
Feb

GOING TO STATE CONTEST

After attending the UIL Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest in Canyon on Saturday, Feb. 20, these Perryton High School choir students qualified for the State Solo and Ensemble Contest to be held at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville on Memorial Day weekend.

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Fri
19
Feb

Four candidates file for school board

Another candidate filed Friday for the Perryton School Board, bringing the total to four candidates as the filing period drew to a close for the May 7 general election.    

 

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Fri
19
Feb

Allred, Juarez make All-State

Two Perryton High School Rangers have been named to the Class 4A Al State Football Team. Making the list as honorable mention were Colton Juarez at linebackert, as well as quarterback Hadley Allred.  

 

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Fri
19
Feb

Malaney, Skaggs recognized as 2016 Citizens of the Year

Dempsey Malaney and Randy Skaggs were named the Perryton-Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce Citizens of the Year at the annual Chamber Banquet on Thursday, Feb. 18 at the Expo Center. Randy Brillhart presented the award to Skaggs and Wendell Freeman presented the award to Malaney.  

 

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