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Fri
06
Jun

MUNICIPAL WATER PARK LIFEGUARDS

Lifeguards for the season at the City of Perryton Municipal Waterpark include: first row, from left, Brian Broadbent, Mariah Broadbent, Bailee Irvin, Beth Ann Cockrell, Abby Marchman, Cynthia Rios, Mitzi Andrade, Lyndsay Warnke and Karel Espinoza; and second row, Emori Brewer, Kaylee Patton, Derrick Cook, George Brosowske, David Rinker, Carroll Mitchell, Evelyn Montes, Gabriel Carrasco and Carlos Escarsega  

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Fri
06
Jun

OPENING DAY AT THE WATER PARK

The City of Perryton Municipal Water Park opened for the season on Sunday, June 1. The facilities will be open Monday through Saturday from 1-7 p.m. and Sunday from 2-6 p.m. On opening day, there were 479 youngsters and adults at the park to enjoy the cool water and to take their turns on the three water slides
 
Wed
04
Jun

H-M funding applications to open on Friday

The City of Perryton will begin accepting applications Friday, June 6, for organizations seeking to apply for hotel-motel occupancy tax funds. Applications will be available at City Hall. The application will cover events for the period from Oct. 1, 2014 through Sept. 30, 2015.
 
Wed
04
Jun

City council has first look at proposed budget

The Perryton City Council had its first overview of the proposed 2014-15 budget at its meeting Tuesday evening. “It is a challenge budgeting in great economic times,” City Manager David Landis told the council, explaining that the city must expand services to cover the  growth in the community and find additional employees to accommodate that expansion.  

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Fri
30
May

PERRYTON HIGH SCHOOL WHO’S WHO

Who’s Who selections in the senior class are voted on by the PHS faculty and administration. Votes are based on academic performance, school activities particiption, leadership, citizenship, community service and moral qualities
 
Fri
30
May

WINNING GOLD AT STATE

Members of the Perryton High School choir attended the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest on May 24-26 at Hendrickson High School in Pfllugerville. Three soloists and the Cockrell Tenor/Bass Ensemble received a superior rating to win gold medals
 
Wed
28
May

Herald publisher Jim Hudson dies

Long-time Perryton Herald publisher James Rogers “Jim” Hudson, 63, of Perryton died May 26, 2014. Funeral services will be Friday, May 30, at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church with Rev. Mark Metzger officiating. Burial will be in Ochiltree Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home
 
Wed
28
May

PRESENTING THE SERVICE FLAGS

At the annual Memorial Day Service at the Ochiltree County Cemetery, sponsored by the Perryton Honor Guard, the Cub Scouts presented the five flags of the military branches of service: Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard. Pictured are, from left, Girl Scouts Courtney Calsing, Jamie Lear and Cub Scouts Daniel Garcia, Salomon Garcia, Slade Uptergrove, Anthony Allison and Devon Stroup
 
Wed
28
May

BEST ALL AROUND

When the faculty of Perryton High School voted for the students for Who’s Who, the female and male students with the most votes are named Best All Around. At the Awards Assembly on Tuesday, May 27, Kamber Burleson, at left, and Johnathan Munoz received the award
 
Fri
23
May

PJHS TOP TEN ACADEMIC STUDENTS

The top 10 academic eighth grade students were presented awards during the Perryton Junior High School Awards Assembly on Thursday, May 22. Superintendent Robert Hall presented the students with their plaques and Steph Tarvin of  FirstBank Southwest presented them with cash awards. The top 10 students and their rankings are, first row, from left, Ashlyne Moss, first; Jessica Kear, second; Breckyn LeCompte, third; Maritza Gonzalez, fourth; and Ryan Quist, fifth,; and second row, Lanie Schollenbarger, sixth; Samantha Velez, seventh; Marylynn Montes, eighth; Joseph Torrez, ninth; and Shaelyn Harp, tenth
 

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