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16
Sep

Thornton named OGH Employee of the Month

Matthew Thornton was named Ochiltree General Hospital Employee of the Month for September. Board president Steph Tarvin presented him with a certificate and pin at a party in his honor.

Thornton started working at OGH last year. He attended high school in New Mexico. He also attended the Police Academy.

Before coming to Perryton, he lived in Lubbock and worked for Chaparral Energy. He came to Perryton for a job at the police department.

 

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Sat
16
Sep

Young Riders elect officers

The Young Riders 4-H Club met for their first meeting of the new 4-H year on Sept. 10.

Lydia Miller, past president, presided over the meeting. Past secretary Chloe Tanner called roll and members introduced themselves by telling their favorite school subject.

Members explained summer 4-H projects and camps they attended over the summer. It was also announced club members would be competing at the Tri-State in poultry, goats, heifers, swine and fine arts.

 

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Sat
09
Sep

What are predicted to be the hottest toys this holiday season?

Christmas may be celebrated toward the end of the year, but at the annual New York Toy Fair, the season for thinking about toys begins in February. This popular convention unveils the industry’s hottest trends and toys, attracting more than 1,000 exhibitors.

The Toy Fair, and recommendations by toy and game industry experts around the world, like Dr. Toy and The Toy Insider, help cement which toys are likely to end up on kids’ holiday wish lists. For those shoppers who fell behind the curve and missed out on last year’s break out “Hatchimal” hit, the following figure to be the most coveted items.

Sat
09
Sep

Kear, Quist are Students of Month

Jessica Kear and Ryan Quist were named Perryton Rotary Club Students of the Month for September. They received the honor at the meeting on Sept. 7.

Kear is the daughter of Eric and Doris Kear. She has a sister, Erica.

Her high school activities include choir since the sixth grade, participating in solo and ensemble at the local and state level, making a I at state her sophomore year. Her other activities include student council, National Honor Society, Big Brothers Big Sisters, showing goats in 4-H, Blue Bonnet Girls State, and Community Worship Center Mpact youth group, and the praise team.

 

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Sat
02
Sep

FLOAT —FOR PROFIT FIRST PLACE

The float of FirstBank Southwest took first place in the Float - For Profit category in the Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration Parade on Aug. 19. The City of Perryton celebrated its 98th birthday.

 

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Wed
30
Aug

FIRST PLACE BIG BAND

The Guymon High School Tiger Marching Band, from Guymon, OK, took first place in the Big Band Division of the Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration Parade on Aug. 19.

The parade had 13 marching bands, thanks to the Lemon Law Firm, PC for sponsoring all the bands in the local area

 

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Wed
30
Aug

KIWANIS DONATIONS

The Perryton Kiwanis Club gave donations of $200 each to several local organizations. Pictured are, from left, Debbie Symons for the Museum of the Plains and the Senior Citizen Center, Kiwanis president Neal Davis and Sandra Sears for Perry Memorial Library.

 

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Fri
25
Aug

BREAKFAST AT UNITED

At the Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration, the traditional Breakfast at United Supermarket was served early Saturday morning, Aug. 19.

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Fri
25
Aug

WHEATHEART CELEBRATION PARADE WINNERS

The wheatheart Celebration Parade Committee handed out winning plaques at the Perryton Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Aug. 24.

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Fri
25
Aug

Evans family reunion held

The 72nd annual W.P. and Ann Foulkes Evans family reunion was held at the NWEC building in Woodward, OK on Aug. 5. A total of 56 family members attended.

The meeting opened with a prayer by Kelly Shrum. In the absence of president Andrew O’Reilly and vice president Elaine Evans Clapper, secretary-treasurer Debbie Rock Willeford read the minutes from last year.

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