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Hospital board hires new medical director for OGH’s laboratory

The Ochiltree Hospital District board of directors hired a medical director for the hospital’s laboratory at their meeting Monday evening. They also began talks with a company to replace the fire sprinkler system at The Seasons.

The board hired Dr. Lyle Noordhoek from Kansas. He will be advising OGH as the medical director for the OGH Laboratory Department.

 

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Wed
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Oct
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SIDEWALK REPAIR AT THE POOL

Hernandez Concrete employees, from left, Luca Rocha, Rapa Riquia and Jose Hernandez and city employees Cress Martinez, Chris Williams and ODee Land worked on repairs to the sidewalk in from of the municipal water park. Hernandez Concrete is doing to cement work on the project.

 

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Early voting starts Monday for Nov. 6 election

Early voting in the Nov. 6 general election gets underway this Monday, Oct. 22. The early voting period will run through Friday, Nov. 2.

Early voting is conducted in County Clerk Stacy Brown’s office in the Ochiltree County Courthouse.

 

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Wed
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Oct
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DISTRICT CHAMPS

The Rangerette cross country team handily won the district championship Thursday in Borger to advance to the Regional Meet in Lubbock on Monday. The Rangers finished second as a team and are also on their way to regionals. Members of the district champion team are, from left, Christiana Broadbent, Gisselle Hernandez, Brianna Ceniceros, Haley Harper, Andrea Dadderio, Yancey Judice and Jackie Juarez.

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Sat
13
Oct
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United Way drive tops 19% of goal

The Ochiltree United Way’s 2019 fund drive campaign continued to gather steam as of last week.

The drive has now raised $22,273 toward its $115,000 goal, which is 19%.

Four more 100% Companies were added to the list, meaning every employee contributed, bringing the total to seven. They are Security Insurance, Doug Kile PC CPA, E-Properties and All State Realty. Already on the list are Perryton National Bank, First National Bank and Lemon, Shearer, Phillips & Good.

 

 

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Sat
13
Oct
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City’s October sales tax payment down

The City of Perryton’s October sales tax payment saw another small drop this month.

The city’s check for $218,781 was down 5.6% from last October’s payment. For the year, however, the city’s payments of around $2.57 million are up more than 9% over 2017.

Most area cities saw an increase in their October payments.

Canadian’s check for $66,534 was up almost 15% from last October, and its payments to date of $714,195 are up more than 6%.

 

 

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LEADERSHIP PERRYTON SPEAKER

Kevin Tutt of Abilene, center, was the speaker at a seminar presented by Leadership Perryton XVII on Thursday evening, Oct. 11 at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus. He spoke on “Everyday Superheroes…You Have The Power To Make A Difference.” Also pictured are, committee members Kenny Owens, at left, and Nicole Tobay. The seminar was sponsored by Courson Gas Consultants.

 

 

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GOLD STAR RECOGNITION

Ochitlree County’s 4-H Gold Star Award recipients were recognized during the 61st annual Gold Star Banquet for District 1 on Oct. 8 at West Texas A&M University. They are, Isaiah Tanner, left, and Ethan Born. There were 30 recipients from the Panhandle area honored during the event, recognizing the highest 4-H honor at the county level.

 

 

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Wed
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Oct
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Butler resigns from PISD board

After a filing late last week to remove him from office, Perryton ISD school board member Tommy Butler has tendered his resignation.

School board president Monty Kinard said he had received a letter of resignation from Butler on Monday. Kinnard said the resignation

 

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CHECKING THE EQUIPMENT

At the Perryton Fire Department, the fire fighters and EM personel check the equipment on the fire trucks every day to ensure that it is working and ready for a call. Tyler Peden, at left, and Andy Anderson are pictured checking the rescue equipment, the cutter and jaws of life.

 

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