Saturday, November 17, 2018
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Jerry Parvin, left, was the big winner in the Herald’s annual football contest, amassing 70 total points on the season. He received four tickets to the college semi-final game at the AT&T Cotton Bowl, along with $200 in expense money. Presenting him with his winnings was Herald... + continue reading
Saturday, November 17, 2018
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The Perryton Rangers put up a hard fight but Midland Greenwood came away with a 24-7 win in bi-district action Friday night in Dimmitt. Perryton played well, with the defense making several stops, and the offense making good gains. Running back Dakota Buck proved a threat on both offense and... + continue reading
Saturday, November 17, 2018
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The Perryton Rangers faced off against Midland Greenwood in Dimmitt last Friday where the Rangers ended their season falling to Greenwood 24-7. Rangers pictured in action are, left photo from left, Dakota Buck (#34), Kevin Arellano (#6), and Nic Olvera (#2); right photo, Ranger Omar... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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Several Rangerettes were named to the All District Volleyball team. Earning honorable mention were, top photo from left, Cassidy Farney, Hayley Cator, Alexis Hernandez, Gisselle Hernandez, Alyssa Glassey and Kate Ramirez. Receiving second team honors, were, photo at right, Morgyn Vela and Hadley... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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erryton High School presented a program to honor local veterans on Monday, Nov. 12 in the high school auditorium. Commander Brad Wooster, at left, was the keynote speaker for the event. Marlon Sparks was the master of ceremonies.     To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading

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11/17/2018
The Ochiltree United Way continued to climb toward the $115,000 goal this week, and now had $76,776 in contributions, or 66% of the goal. The United Way board also met Wednesday decide on reallocation of the ??? in funds originally marked for the Beehive Daycare Center. The center ceased... + continue reading
11/17/2018
The Amarillo Foundation’s “The Panhandle Gives” program gets underway Nov. 19-27. The program provides an opportunity for non-profit organizations to receive donations, and receive a bonus percentage at the end of the fund-raising campaign. This year # Giving Tuesday is Nov. 27, but The... + continue reading

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The building used as a shop by Equity Exchange at 417 E. Brillhart caught fire from a welding accident on Tuesday, Nov. 13. New insulation on the roof ignited and the fire was soon out of control. The fire department responded at 3 p.m. and had the blaze under control by 4:15 p.m. The department... + continue reading
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Jeff Tobe, center, was the speaker this month for Leadership Perryton XVII. He presented a seminar Thursday, Nov. 8 at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus titled “Your Zipper is Open (and other miscommunication challenges).” The seminar was sponsored by First National Bank and Red’s... + continue reading
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The Rangers’ offense and defense were clicking most of the night on Friday, propelling them to a 24-0 win over the Borger Bulldogs at Ranger Field. With the win, the Rangers are the fourth team out of District 2-4A,DII, to advance to the bi-district playoffs. Perryton will take on the District 1... + continue reading

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The Rangerette basketball team travelled to Spearman for the annual early season showdown between the two teams. The action between the two teams is always competitive and the game provide a good... + continue reading

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from The Colorado Springs Gazette Americans fought a civil war to enhance civil rights. We work tirelessly to expand diversity and marginalize hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan and factions of neo... + continue reading

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The Jennie June Club met Nov. 14 at Perry Memorial Library. Hostesses were Minta Wilson, Jo Humphrey and Kris Erickson. Frosty Hickerson and Diane Lee from Hickerson’s Jewelry gave the program.... + continue reading