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NEW YEAR’S BABY

Abriel Loya was the first baby born at Ochiltree General Hospital in 2018, arriving on Thursday, Jan 11 at 8:09 a.m. He weighted nine pounds 13 ounces and was 19.5 inches long.

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FFA, 4-H members to show 143 animals in stock show

The annual Ochiltree County Junior Livestock Show and Sale is slated for the weekend of Jan. 26-27. The Perryton High School FFA and the Ochiltree County 4-H members will be showing 143 animals.

The categories for this year’s show and sale include steers, heifers, sheep, meat goats, and swine.

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Filing opens for council, school board, OGH board

Filing ended about a month ago for county primary candidates, and another filing period opened this week.

Candidate filing is now open for positions on the Perryton City Council, Perryton School Board and Ochiltree Hospital District Board. The general election will be held Saturday, May 5 at City Hall.

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Robotics teams advance to state

Two Perryton High School robotics teams are headed to the state competition, after placing first and second in their first ever competition.

At the beginning of the school year, new PHS science teacher, Crystal Vidaurri started a robotics team at PHS.

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City council sets election

In a quick noon meeting on Tuesday, the Perryton City Council ordered the May general election and heard financial reports for the previous month.

The council adopted a resolution setting the general election for Saturday, May 5.

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Fri
12
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United Way drive just shy of goal

The Ochiltree United Way’s 2018 fund drive made huge gains last week, and is now just a little over $1,700 from reaching the $115,000 goal. The drive added around $11,000 last week, and has now raised $113,281, which is 98% of the goal. Four of the six divisions added donations. The non-profit division, with a goal of $12,000, has raised $16,482, which is 137% of the goal

 

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Highway 83 work is suspended

The Texas Department of Transportation has suspended work on U.S. Highway 83 until spring. According to TxDOT, because we are entering the coldest months of the year with nighttime temperatures dipping below freezing, the rehabilitation work will be suspended until warmer weather arrives.

“Prior to entering the winter season, we have worked diligently with our contractor to complete as much work as possible on this project,”

Pampa Area Engineer Wes Kimmell said. “TxDOT is committed to ensuring the taxpayer receives the best product available while remaining sensitive to the needs of the traveling public.”

 

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A DUSTING OF SNOW

The City of Perryton received a dusting of snow during the early morning hours of Tuesday, Jan. 11. There was very little accumulation, as most of the snow moved through town in a horizontal direction. The wind speed with the blowing snow was 50 miles per hour or better. As the day warmed up, most of the snow was gone and the streets were clear by late afternoon.

 

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Cutter Trust donates to local organizations

The Perryton Lions Club recently distributed funds to 11 local organizations on behalf of FirstBank Southwest, trustee of the Addison W. and Louise G. Cutter Trust Fund, totaling $11,388.

Pam Chisum received the funds for the Perryton Rodeo Association Youth, and Cindy Smith for the Panhandle Crisis Center.

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Kiwanis Club to hold annual auction fund-raiser

The Perryton Kiwanis Club will be holding its 34th annual auction fund-raiser Saturday, March 17 at the Expo Center. The auction is the major fund-raising event of the year for the Kiwanis Club.

This year, the auction will include items donated to the club by businesses and individuals and will also include consignment items.

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