Friday, November 17, 2017
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Toys for Tots is gearing up for another holiday season to help the less fortunate children in Perryton, and needs the community’s help again this year. JoAnn McCoy began heading the local Toys for Tots organization in 2008. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http... + continue reading
Friday, November 17, 2017
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The Rangers bi-district game against Sweetwater Thursday evening in Childress started out promising, but the Mustangs’ powerful offense proved too much for the Rangers, and costly penalties on Perryton gave the Mustangs field advantage. The Mustangs took a decisive 60-14 victory and the bi-... + continue reading
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KIWANIS CLUB DONATIONS — The Perryton Kiwanis Club presented checks for $200 each to several local nonprofit organizations. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Perryton%20HeraldID350/ + continue reading
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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Perryton High School assistant principal Kyle Admire, at right, was the guest speaker at the program on Friday, Nov. 10 presented by the school to honor local veterans for the service to their country. Admire also served in the Marine Corps. The veterans were named, celebrated and honored for their... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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Sandra Splawn, right, was the big winner in the Herald’s annual football contest. She pulled out wins in the last two weeks of the contest to take the top prize, worth over $1,000, which includes $200 expense money and four tickets to the Cotton Bowl Classic at AT&T Stadium the end of December... + continue reading

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11/17/2017
One more candidate has filed for county judge in the March 6 Primary election. Corby Barrett offically filed to become the third candidate so far in the race. Filing earlier were Ray Oquin and Charles Kelly. The current judge, Earl McKinley, has decided to retire at the end of his term. To... + continue reading
11/17/2017
The Ochiltree United Way 2018 fund drive continued to add donations last week, and is now 77% of the $115,000 goal. The drive has raised $88,981 so far. Three new 100% Companies joined the list: Perryton Insurance Agency, Advanced Door & Glass and Harper Family Chiropractic To read more... + continue reading

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The Perryton-Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce and the Perryton Pardners held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Little Caesar’s pizza place, located at 24 SW 28th Street. The owners of Little Caesars, front row, center, are Sunny Khandhar, Jignesh Domadia, and JP Parekh.   To read more... + continue reading
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The blitz sponsored by FirstBank Southwest and Covenant Title Company for Jireh Outreach food bank brought in over $2,000 worth of food and monetary donations for the organization. The doors to Jireh Outreach are open every Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m. Pictured are, from left, Sherrel Lehnhoff... + continue reading
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Mary Kelly, second from left, was the guest speaker for the new season of Leadership Perryton XVI, giving a seminar on “Why Leaders Fail” at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus on Thursday evening, Nov. 9. The seminar was sponsored by Lemon, Shearer, Phillips and Good. Also pictured are planning... + continue reading

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The Rangers bi-district game against Sweetwater Thursday evening in Childress started out promising, but the Mustangs’ powerful offense proved too much for the Rangers, and costly penalties on... + continue reading

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By Dr. Don Newbury My Uncle Mort—described by his neighbors in the thicket as being “a couple of coats short of a paint job”—seems to be snagged on the horns of a dilemma. Or, maybe he’s suffering... + continue reading

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KIWANIS CLUB DONATIONS — The Perryton Kiwanis Club presented checks for $200 each to several local nonprofit organizations. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://... + continue reading