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2018 HONOR GRADS

The Honor Graduates of the class of 2017-2018 were recognized during the awards banquet last week. They are, first row, from left, Morgan O’Dell, Adamary Magana, Shaelyn Harp, Kaleigh Petersen, Jontra Anderson, Maritza Gonzalez,

 

Salma Gutierrez, Marylynn Montes, and Sinai Becerril; and second row, Lanie Schollenbarger, valedictorian Breckyn LeCompte, co-salutatorian Jessica Kear, Samantha Velez, Daniela Brambila, Ashlyne Moss, Leslie De La Cruz, Ryan Quist, co-salutatorian Camille Ramirez, Asher Miller, Kamber McGarraugh, Bryan Castro, Hallie Thomas, Miguel Rosales, and Kimberly Lang. Not pictured are Christopher Hermosillo, Daniel Rangel, and Janeli Hernandez.

 

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PHS seniors awarded over $1 million in scholarships

Perryton High School held its 2018 awards assembly Thursday, May 17. During the event, numerous local and regional schol- arships were announced. In total, PHS seniors have been awarded $1,155,250 in scholarships to various colleges, universities and trade schools.

A portion of those scholarships, $66,000 worth, was presented on stage by representatives of local businesses and foundations. Among the other recognitions, Lanie Schollenbarger and Bryan Castro earned Best All-Around honors, while Mario Banos, Patrick Broadbent, Shaelyn Harp, Jessica Kear, Breckyn LeCompte, Asher Miller, Marylynn Montes, Morgan O’Dell, Kaleigh Petersen, Ryan Quist and Daniel Rangel were named to Who’s Who. The Excellence in Education Award, given in honor of former PHS teacher, Ray Turner, was presented by Principal Matt Birdwell to Dana Diedrich.

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Fri
18
May
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MOSQUITO BOMBS

City employee Ken Waldschmidt displays the larviciding pellets used by the city in the fight against the pesky mosquitoes. The pellets are nontoxic and harmless to people and animals.

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Wed
16
May
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Court hears from third firm on new jail project

The Ochiltree County Commissioners’ Court heard from the third architect for a proposal for building the new jail at the meeting on Monday, May 14.

Jeffery Heffelfinger, with Southwest Architects, Inc. out of Fort Worth, gave a presentation to the court to use his firm for the building of the county’s new jail.

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Wed
16
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Area receives cooling showers

On Sunday afternoon, May 13, the area received a small rain shower moving from west to east. The city did not get very much moisture, but as the storm moved east and south the rainfall amounts became larger, with most in the south part of the county receiving more than an inch. Tuesday evening a small thunderstorm moved through the area, hitting some areas and missing others.

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Wed
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Academic achievement highlighted at PHS banquet

Perryton High School students were honored and recognized Monday night for their academic achievements during the year at the Academic Awards Banquet held in the Rangerette Center. The banquet and the meal were hosted and prepared by the Perryton Lions Club.

Breckyn LeCompte was announced as the valedictorian of the Class of 2018, and co-salutatorians are Jessica Kear and Camille Ramirez.

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GETTING READY FOR SUMMER AT THE POOL

Employees of the City of Perryton Municipal Water Park had a work day on Saturday, May 12, putting out furniture and doing some general cleaning.

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Wed
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City council elects new mayor pro tem

The Perryton City Council canvassed the results of the May 5 general election, elected a new mayor pro tem and said goodbye to long time council member and mayor Charles Kelly at its noon meeting May 15.

All of the council members thanked Kelly for his years of service on the council and expressed their appreciation for his leadership.

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Fri
11
May
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NEW ITEMS FOR THE INDIAN EXHIBIT

A number of new items have been added to the Native American exhibit at the Museum of the Plains, displayed in cases and protected by glass. Rena Gay Richardson is standing next to a reproduction of a ”Calendar Skin,” created by museum volunteer James Coverdale. The exhibit will also include a “Gaming Table” where patrons can play authentic Native American games. See story for more information.

 

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PUTTING DOWN THE OVERLAY

On Monday, May 7, the crews from TxDOT began putting the overlay on the lanes of Highway 83 from the intersection of 24th Avenue to the south edge of town, This overlay on the existing lanes is the last phase of the renovation of Highway 83 from 13th Avenue to the south edge of town, a project that started almost a year ago

 

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