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Wed
08
Oct

Senior Appreciation Day planned Oct. 15

CrossRoads Behavioral Healthcare at Ochiltree General Hospital will host a Senior Adult Appreciation Day on Wednesday, Oct. 15 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the CrossRoads department of at the hospital.
 
Wed
08
Oct

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH PROCLAMATION

City of Perryton Mayor Charles Kelly, seated center, signed a proclamation naming October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Present for the singing were Panhandle Crisis Center staff members, from left, Mariela Chavez, Nellie Westfall, Cindy Villarreal, Jamie Casdorph, Tina Henton, Merary Ojeda, Dixie Barnes and Cindy Smith. See story for more information
 
Wed
08
Oct

Brown inductd into veterans hall of honor

Roger Brown of Perryton, a Vietnam veteran, was recently inducted into the Panhandle Veterans Hall of Honor during ceremonies in Pampa. Honorees are selected not only because they distinguished themselves in the defense of the country, but who have also been positive influences on their home communities.
 
Sat
04
Oct

FOURTH GRADE AR READING REWARD

At Willilams Intermediate, 117 fourth grade students achieved their Accelerated Reader reading goals and received a reward of having a swimming party at the Perryton Activity Center on Friday afternoon, Oct. 3. With the large number of students, they were divided up into two groups, with the 52 boys swimming first and the 65 girls swimming next.
 
Sat
04
Oct

Rangers beat Pampa, 43-42 in overtime

The Rangers picked up their fifth win of the season Friday night, beating the Pampa Harvesters 43-42 in overtime at Harvester Field. The Rangers, sporting a 5-1 record, will open district play next Friday against Bushland. The Ranger offense took a while to get started friday night, but after a scoreless first quarter, they put points on the board in every quarter.
 
Sat
04
Oct

United Way fund drive tops 17%

The Ochiltree United Way’s 2015 fund drive campaign took a giant leap last week. The drive has raised $21,137 so far, which is 17% of its $124,000 goal. Five new 100% Companies also joined the list, meaning every employee contributed to United Way.
 
Mon
29
Sep

United Way drive raises 6% of goal after first week

Around a week into the 2015 fund drive campaign, the Ochiltree United Way has raised 6% of its $124,000 goal. As of Thursday afternoon, the drive had received $7,588 in donations, with every division reporting contributions. There is also already one 100% Company, Vermejo Energy Services, Inc., with every employee contributing to United Way 
 
Mon
29
Sep

Emma Mercado crowned PHS Homecoming Queen

PHS senior Emma Mercado was chosen Homecoming Queen. She was crowned at the Homecoming Pep Rally in Ranger Gym Friday afternoon, Sept. 26. The other candidates were Kaylie Biggs, Misty Brooks, Hannah DeSantiago, Evelyn Montes, Vanessa Ramirez and Addison Skaggs
 
Wed
24
Sep

Commissioners okay tax rate and budget

The Ochiltree County Commissioners’ Court, at the meeting on Monday, Sept. 22 approved the proposed county tax rate and
budget for fiscal year 2014- 15. The court also approved the tax rate and budget for Frank Phillips College Allen Campus and approved a number of contracts with the county
 
Wed
24
Sep

FOOTBALL HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES

Chosen by the Perryton High School student body, there are seven Football Homecoming Queen candidates. The Ranger football squad will choose one for Homecoming Queen She will be crowned at the pep rally on Frinday, Sept. 26. The candidates are, seated, from left, Kaylee Biggs, Misty Brooks and Hannah De Santiago; and standing, Evelyn Montes, Vanessa Ramirez, Addison Skaggs and Emma Mercado
 

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