Sunday, December 16, 2018
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FirstBank Southwest again sponsored its “Coats and Shoes for Kids” drive for the 18th year to provide warm coats and new shoes to children in need in the Perryton elementary and middle schools. some 95 coats and 50 pairs of shoes were delivered recently to the schools. Pictured are first row, from... + continue reading
Sunday, December 16, 2018
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Trees at Lake Fryer in Wolf Creek Park are being killed by a large beaver that is eating the inner bark. This tree at the boat unloading ramp next to the floating fishing dock was damaged and had to be cut down. Trees along the creek, west of the Lobo Restaurant are being destroyed. Game Warden... + continue reading
Thursday, December 13, 2018
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The picks for the District 2-4A. DII All-District football teams have been announced, with six Rangers earning honors.  To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Perryton%20HeraldID350/ + continue reading
Thursday, December 13, 2018
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The Ranger basketball team travelled to Hugoton, KS to play in the annual Blue and Red Classic Tournament over the weekend. The tournament is a throw back to years gone by and gives the Rangers a chance to compete against new faces and play a more finesse style of basketball. Perryton played... + continue reading
Thursday, December 13, 2018
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The Rangerette basketball team hit the hardwood in Kansas over the weekend and brought home some hardware. The Rettes returned to play in the Blue and Red Classic in Hugoton, KS. The eight-team tournament was a good challenge for the Rangerettes. The Rettes won two of three games to take third... + continue reading

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12/16/2018
The Ochiltree United Way’s 2019 fund drive continued to edge closer to the $115,000 goal last week. The campaign has now raised $93,493 in contributions, or 81% of the goal. Two new 100% Companies were added to the list, meaning every employee contributed to United Way, bringing the total to... + continue reading
12/16/2018
The City of Perryton’s sales tax payment in December showed another nice increase to end the year. The city’s payment of $277,428 was up over 16% from last December. For 2018, the city’s payments of a little more than $3.2 million topped 2017 by over 11%. Around the area, all but one city... + continue reading

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The Rangerette basketball team hit the hardwood in Kansas over the weekend and brought home some hardware. The Rettes returned to play in the Blue and Red Classic in Hugoton, KS. The eight-team tournament was a good challenge for the Rangerettes. The Rettes won two of three games to take third... + continue reading
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The Ranger basketball team travelled to Hugoton, KS to play in the annual Blue and Red Classic Tournament over the weekend. The tournament is a throw back to years gone by and gives the Rangers a chance to compete against new faces and play a more finesse style of basketball. Perryton played... + continue reading
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Rangers Basketball The Ranger basketball team continued their winning ways at home on Tuesday. The Rangers hosted the San Jacinto Patriots. Perryton stayed in the win column with a second victory after a thrilling one-point win over the Hereford Whitefaces. Solid defense, diffuse scoring and... + continue reading

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The Ranger basketball team met the Brownfield Cubs half way for a game on Tuesday in Canyon. The Rangers went into the contest after finishing in second place in the Hugoton Tournament. The second... + continue reading

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from The Panama City News Herald Paris, home to magnificent art, architecture, music and cuisine, is unquestionably one of the world's greatest cities. But in recent weeks, the City of Light has... + continue reading

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“O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!” were the only words I knew to this holiday song as I sang to my six month old grandson, Judd. His eyes filled with wonder and excitement watching the lights on... + continue reading