Saturday, October 14, 2017
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Dr. Shirley Garrett, center, was the guest speaker for the first seminar of the new season of Leadership Perryton XVI, giving a seminar on “Spiraling Upward - How to Create and Retain a Positive Mindset” at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus on Thursday evening, Oct. 12. The seminar was sponsored... + continue reading
Saturday, October 14, 2017
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The Rangers opened district play Friday night at home, and were out-powered by a more experienced Bushland Falcon team (which features 22 seniors out of 35 players on the roster). The Falcons came away with a lopsided 51-18 victory to go 0-1 in district and 3-3 overall. The loss drops the Rangers... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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Frank Phillips College is hosting the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) College Rodeo, this week at the Ochiltree County rodeo arena Oct. 11-14. Over 700 college athletes are expected at this year’s event from 17 colleges and universities in the Southwest Region, including West... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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Tuesday evening, a group of first and second graders practice their football moves in Stark Park, under the direction of their coach Cody Walsh. They are playing Little League Football, sponsored by the Perryton Activity Center. They practice every Tuesday and Thursday and play their games on... + continue reading
Saturday, October 7, 2017
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Maritza Gonzalez was chosen as the 2017 Perryton High School Homecoming Queen. The Queen and her Court were presented before the Ranger- Snyder Homecoming Game Friday evening. Gonzalez is the daughter of Jose and Alma Gonzalez. She was escorted by her father. Gonzalez is involved in NHS where... + continue reading

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10/14/2017
The City of Perryton saw a nice increase in its sales tax payment this month. The October payment of $231,787 was up almost 14% from last October. For the year, however, the city is still lagging behind 2016, with $2.35 million in payments so far, which is 7% less than last year at this time... + continue reading
10/14/2017
The Ochiltree County United Way’s 2018 fund drive continued to edge toward the $115,000 goal by the end of last week. The campaign has now raised $71,502, which is 62% of the goal. One new 100% Company, The Top of Texas Accelerated Education Center, was also added to the list, bringing the... + continue reading

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The Rangers came out on fire Friday night, and despite cooling off in the second half (due in part to a 2 1/2 hour lightning delay), picked up their first win, beating Snyder 26-22 on homecoming. Running back Will Cator was finally able to take off, and ended up with 173 rushing yards on the... + continue reading
10/07/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The Perryton Snack Pak 4 Kids program recently received a $2,500 donation from the Monsanto Feed program, with the grant written by Ramon Vela. Snack Pak volunteer Larry Munday is pictured above, center, with the donation check.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading
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On Saturday, Sept. 30, the District Choir Auditions were held at Pampa High School in Pampa. Twentythree Perryton High School choir students attended the auditions to try out for the District Choir. Fourteen members were chosen for the District Choir with two chosen as alternates. These students... + continue reading

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The Rangers opened district play Friday night at home, and were out-powered by a more experienced Bushland Falcon team (which features 22 seniors out of 35 players on the roster). The Falcons came... + continue reading

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By Dr. Don Newbury  For several days, I’ve started off humming a certain tune extracted from memories of Vacation Bible School days. (At times, I have broken into song, but retreated quickly... + continue reading

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The Friendship Quilt Guild night group met Oct. 10 to reveal the 21 entries in this year’s “Red, White and Blue Challenge.” Winners in the large quilt group were Joann Dettmer, first place; Ruth... + continue reading