Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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The Perryton Rodeo Association donated $5,000 to OGH and purchased 36 new mammogram capes. This it the fourth year that the organization has to support breast cancer awareness and provide free mammograms at OGH. To date the association has donated $14,269.73. Pictured are, from left, Jenny Barnes,... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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The Perryton Activity Center and the Perryton High School baseball program sponsored a Baseball Camp for children in the first through eighth grade. Held at Mike Hargrove Field behind Perryton Junior High School, the camp was taught by members of the Bee Jays Baseball Team from Liberal, KS. About... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Wright Elementary second graders were presented with music awards during the end of year Honor Rally. They were, first row, from left, Cylas Eylar, Nancy Ontiveros, Leah Cilliers and Jazlyn Cervantes; and second row, Clyde Vigil, Evan Sardello, Ernie Pina, Javier Vargas and Daniel Valles.... + continue reading
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Students in Diana Ramirez’ K1 class who graduated last month from Perryton Kinder were, first row, from left; Jake Herrera, Itzayana Castaneda, Tate Baker, Emily Martinez, Santiago Marrufo, Chloe Richardson, and Mayte Marquez; and back row, Ms. Ramirez, Yael Olvera, Mariana Matias, Orlando Becerril... + continue reading
Friday, June 15, 2018
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The Frank Phillips College Allen Campus sponsored mini camps for kids last week, with three-day camps in subjects including science, cake decorating, art, DIY crafts, insects/bugs, and more. TJ Glenn (front) and Becca Jones took part in the kids art camp for 7 to 9 year olds.   To read... + continue reading

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06/20/2018
The Perryton City Council reviewed the proposed 2018-19 budget with department heads and administrative staff Tuesday evening. City Manager David Landis went over the proposed budget with the group. The total budget is $18.7 million, but once all the transfers between funds, such as transferring... + continue reading
06/20/2018
by Ed Sterling AUSTIN — A panel of Texas Senate members on June 11 and 12 received input about ways to improve security on public school campuses. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who presides over the Senate, formed the legislative body’s Select Committee on Violence in Schools and School Safety... + continue reading

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The Perryton Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce and the Retail Trade Council sponsored a Fiesta On Main Street on Thursday, June 14. Almost 1,000 people came to the event to enjoy a Taco Cook-off, a Frozen T-shirt Challenge, a mechanical bull, karaoke, pinatas and more.   To read more please... + continue reading
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Sam Aceves and Sally Espinosa announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Sally Ann Aceves, to Chad Pond, son of David Pond of Perryton and the late Toni Pond. The couple will be married July 28, 2018 at Walnut Tree Weddings in Olton. The bride-elect graduated from Tarleton... + continue reading
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Wright Elementary second graders who received medals for perfect attendance during the Honor Rally were, first row, Joselyn Rodriguez and Leanna Mandujano; and second row, Dayanari Castaneda, Daniel Sorrell and Gabriel Frias.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading

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The 2018 Perryton Golf Classic was held June 2-3. Winning the championship flight was the team of Kolton Bruner and Paxton Denton, with 143. Second went to Shae Cunningham and Dustin Suitor with... + continue reading

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by Ed Sterling AUSTIN — A panel of Texas Senate members on June 11 and 12 received input about ways to improve security on public school campuses. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who presides over the... + continue reading

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Wright Elementary second graders were presented with music awards during the end of year Honor Rally. They were, first row, from left, Cylas Eylar, Nancy Ontiveros, Leah Cilliers and Jazlyn Cervantes... + continue reading