Thursday, January 17, 2019
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The late Mr. and Mrs. Addison Cutter, former Perryton residents, created a trust fund to benefit children from Ochiltree County and the Panhandle of Texas. Trustee FirstBank Southwest and the Perryton Lions Club are responsible for the yearly disbursement of the funds. Lance Purcell distributed... + continue reading
Thursday, January 17, 2019
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Mike Smith, left, has been named as the new Police Chief for the City of Perryton, replacing Tony Hill, right, who will retire at the end of the month, after 10 years on the job in Perryton. Smith has been serving as Assistant Chief, and will officially assume the new position on Feb. 1.... + continue reading
Sunday, January 13, 2019
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Three days a week, the Ochiltree County Senior Center serves a homecooked meal prepared by Nancy Cain and Norma Gonzalez. The menu for their Monday, Wednesday and Friday meals can be found printed weekly in the Sunday issue of The Perryton Herald, and on the Center’s website, www.perrytonseniors.... + continue reading
Sunday, January 13, 2019
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Wright Elementary principal Tiffany Bietz is encouraging third graders to accept her “Vocabulary Adventure Challenge.” Third grade students were given 100 difficult vocabulary terms before Christmas break so they could begin studying. If a student chooses to accept the challenge, they commit to... + continue reading
Thursday, January 10, 2019
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The City of Perryton employees that work on the park crew spent Wednesday, Jan. 9 maintaining the city’s equipment. Pictured is Austin Rodriguez changing the oil in one of the mowers that gets a heavy workout during spring and summer months. (photo courtesy of Kolby Born)   To read more... + continue reading

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01/17/2019
Funds were recently distributed to 11 local organizations on behalf of FirstBank Southwest, trustee of the Addison W. and Louise G. Cutter Trust Fund, totaling $11,046.87. Pam Chisum received the funds for the Perryton Rodeo Association Youth, and Raquel Castilleja for the Panhandle Crisis... + continue reading
01/17/2019
from The Colorado Springs Gazette President Donald Trump might or might not get a wall. Either way, we have a problem at the border, best spelled out by The Atlantic's David Frum. The Atlantic, the grayest among Gray Lady cultural journals, often serves as the wise arbiter between extremism on... + continue reading

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Recently, Lake Fryer picked up a little over an inch of snow and the lake was frozen solid. In the past few days, several large flocks of Canadian geese have landed at the lake on their way south away from the colder weather. (photo courtesy of Brenda Huddleston)   To read more please... + continue reading
01/04/2019 - 0 comment(s)
Every year the City of Perryton covers Whigham Park with Christmas lights during the holiday season, including a lighted nativity, the twelve days of Christmas, a giant Santa and many Christmas themed light displays. The city crews begin taking them down after the first of the year. Pictured are... + continue reading
01/04/2019 - 0 comment(s)
Zavana Faith Lopez was the first baby born at Ochiltree General Hospital in 2019. She was born to Javier and Virginia Lopez on Jan. 3, at 10:09 a.m. and delivered by Dr. Jennifer McGaughy. She was welcomed home by brother Julio and sister Zaylee (not pictured.). To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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01/13/2019 - 0 comment(s)
The Perryton boys basketball teamsmade the long drive to Canyon to play the Amarillo Flames last week. The first quarter of the JV gameit was all Perryton as the Deputies outscored the Flames 12-5... + continue reading

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01/17/2019 - 0 comment(s)
from The Colorado Springs Gazette President Donald Trump might or might not get a wall. Either way, we have a problem at the border, best spelled out by The Atlantic's David Frum. The Atlantic,... + continue reading

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01/13/2019 - 0 comment(s)
The Wolf Creek Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Dec. 18 at First United Methodist Church. Entertainment was provided by the Perryton High School Show... + continue reading