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Pet safety tips for an egg-cellent Easter

Though current circumstances might change the way we celebrate Easter this Sunday, many people are looking forward to the holiday and accompanying festivities as a break from the serious rhetoric of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr . Murl Bailey, a professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM), advises pet owners to be cautious with some popular Easter decorations and treats in order to make the holiday as enjoyable for your furry friend as it is for you.

“For cats, the biggest problem will be the Easter lilies,” Bailey said. “Easter liliesaf fect the cat’s kidneys, and we don’t know what the toxic agent is. The clinical signs that we see in affected cats is they stop eating and act abnormally.”

 

 

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Where are they now?...Emily Allred Cornwell

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Emily Allred Cornwell comes from a long line of Perryton Rangers. She claims to be related to half the community but is very unique and accomplished in her own right. She graduated from Perryton High School in 2001 and is the daughter of Perry and Daryla Allred.

Cornwell became a registered nurse after graduating from college in 2010. She started her career in post-surgical gynecology at BSA in Amarillo in 2011. Her true love and passion were found while she worked there. She was named as Nurse of the Month at BSA in 2013.

“Nursing has in a sense always been my calling and, in a way, has become a ministry as well. I feel every day compelled to help someone in whatever way. Small or large, I feel that by serving others I find a deeper purpose and a meaning for what I am supposed to be,” Cornwell said.

 

 

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Mindful Mondays’ online series to promote holistic health, wellness

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s North Region family and community health agents are initiating a five-week Mindful Mondays online series beginning April 9.

The program is free, but those planning to attend must register online by April 8 to receive further instructions.

“W e will be utilizing the Mindful Wellness program in our series,” said Joan Gray-Soria, AgriLife Extension family and community health agent in Gray County. “Mindful Wellness is designed to equip healthy adults with skills to strengthen the mind and body connection and promote holistic health and wellness across the lifespan.”

 

 

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02
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Williams Intermediate Honor Roll

Williams Intermediate School has listed the students making the honor roll for the third nine weeks.

Fourth Grade

Yarethzy Anchondo, Jazlyn Cervantes, Bo Cowan, Emery Day, Cylas Eylar, Kamryn Felts, Sara Flores, Camila Frias, Gabriel Frias, Angel Garcia, Aiden Gilbert, Abraham Gonzalez, Breanna Hernandez, Isabella Juarez, Khadyn Juarez, Adamary Jurado, Luna Kiehl, Jada Lane, Noemi Llamas, Rosa Lopez, Eimy Medrano, Nino Mina, Caitlyn Montes, Crystal Napoles, Sophia Ojeda.

Emely Ontiveros, Nancy Ontiveros, Yadira Pedraza, Jayda Perez, Santiago Perez, Devin Pickett, Ernesto Pina, Ricky Ramirez, Goretty Rivera, Diego Rodriguez, Eric Romero, Evan Ruelas, Hannah Russell, Addison Salazar, Aymara Sanchez, Jakobe Sandoval, Izzabella Slover, Konner Stroup, Coulter Taylor, Kayman Vanosdol, Isabel Vizcarra.

 

 

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Where are they now?...Bryan Finney

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It is tough to keep up with the level of success of your siblings in the Finney family. All the kids are outstandingly successful. Bryan is no exception. He is the son of Alan and Leigh Ann Finney. Bryan grew up with his older sister, Ali, and his younger brother, Darren. He graduated from Perryton High School in 2009 after an impressive academic and athletic career. His success included a trip to the state track meet to throw the discus.

After graduation, Finney attended Texas A&M University where he majored in accounting. He participated in their five-year PPA program to achieve his master of accounting with a specialization in tax. It was at A&M where Finney met his wife, Allyson.

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29
Mar
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PHS Counselor’s Honor Roll

Perryton High School has named the students making the counselor’s honor roll for the third nine weeks of school.

Freshmen

Saul Arroyo Rivera, Ian Becerril, Maria becerril Gutierrez, Augustus Brown, Bryan Chacon, Christian Cowan, Jonathan Espino, Julia Estrada, Maria Francia, Israel Gabriel, Stetson Garcia, Dennise Gomez Corral, Isabella Hansen, Serena Herrington, Omar Jurado, Katrina Kitchens, Mickah Landeros, Raelee Law, Cristian Lopez, Kate Lopez, Leonardo Lopez.

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Wolf Creek DAR meets

The Wolf Creek Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met Feb. 25 at First United Methodist Church.

Regent Sherrie Rima led the opening ritual, assisted by Kathy Allred, Debra Dye and Carolyn Thomas.

Rima shared NSDAR President General Denise Doring Van Buren’s message on attracting vibrant and engaged women to DAR, as well as thanking longtime members.

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26
Mar
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Stolen vehicle recovered

It was a quiet week, with few offenses reported or arrests made.

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Several cyber scams cropping up during COVID-19 emergency

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton continues to caution Texans about scamsemerging during the statewideCoronavirus disaster declaration announced by Governor Abbott last week.

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22
Mar
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SENIOR NEWS

WEBSITE: WWW.PERRYTONSENIORS.ORG

I didn’t want to talk about ”it” again. I was hoping it would just go away or at least stay away from the Panhandle. But it’s getting closer, and “it” is determined to make our lives even crazier.

Here at OCSCA we have toilet paper. I’m wondering after typing that if I should lock it up now? I’ll keep my eye on you little senior citizens coming out of the restroom.

Seriously though, we want to take every precaution necessary to keep our members safe. Next week we’ll be open for lunches, but they’ll be curbside service only. Pull up to the door under the covered drive. Do not get out of your car. ASAP someone will run it out to you.

Carry-out orders must be called in before 10:30 a.m. On Wednesday of last week we served 22 carry-outs, and I expect that number to continue to grow. So calling early is a must.

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