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First Baby of 2020

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Ochiltree County’s first baby of 2020 was born last month at Ochiltree General Hospital. Anthony Leon Cano was born on Jan. 13, 2020.

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United Way 2020 drive reaches 90% of its $115,000 goal

The Ochiltree United Way’s 2020 fund drive took another step closer to the $115,000 goal last week.

As of Friday, the campaign had raised $103,874, which is 90% of the goal.

All but one of the six divisions also notched increases in their totals.

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SNACK PAKERS PACKING SNACKS

SNACK PAKERS PACKING

Volunteers gathered on Monday night at Williams Intermediate to help pack bags for Snack Pak 4 Kids. Volunteers fill about 200 bags full of nutritious food to help kids in food-insecure households eat healthy meals through the weekends.

 

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COLD WEATHER NOT SLOWING JAIL CONSTRUCTION

COLD WEATHER NOT SLOWING JAIL CONSTRUCTION

Construction staff are hard at work even through ice-cold temperatures on the new Ochiltree County Law Enforcement Center. Crews have been installing security ceilings and doors this week, along with plumbing, electrical work, and more.

 

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Morrison to speak on change Feb. 13

Morrison to speak on change Feb. 13

Morris Morrison from Mooresville, NC will be the next speaker in the Leadership Perryton series.

His seminar is slated for Thursday, Feb. 13, at the Frank Phillips College Allen Campus. Registration is from 6-6:30 p.m., with the seminar starting at 6:30 p.m.

There is no charge to attend, as his appearance is sponsored by north Plains Electric and Perryton National Bank.

His topic, “Fearless and Focused,” will share simple concepts and strategies to help deal with changes and transition.

 

 

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Tops At Fort Worth Show

Tops At Fort Worth Show

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New OGH Board Member

New OGH Board Member

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PISD board okays separation agreement with Dr. Little

A packed house was on hand for the Perryton School Board’s meeting Thursday evening.

The meeting was relocated to the Williams cafeteria, which quickly filled up, with an estimated 350-400 people.

One item on the agenda, a voluntary separation and release agreement with Superintendent Dr. Tim Little was the primary draw, as he has been under fire from several staff members.

The board spent over four hours in executive session before returning to the open meeting.

 

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OGH board accepts Vela resignation

The Ochiltree County Hospital Board of Directors met for a brief meeting on Monday at noon.

The hospital board formally accepted the resignation of longtime director Ramon Vela and appointed Dr. Tyler Kirklin to fill Vela’s position.

Vela has served on the hospital board for about 13 years. He has decided to run for school board.

 

 

 

 

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County commissioners approve payments

The Ochiltree County Commissioners’ Court held their regular meeting on Monday at the courthouse.

Among other items on the agenda, the commissioners approved future payments to Amergy Bank.

The payments will come from the county’s interest and sinking fund for the payment of principal, interest, and expenses for the 2019 certificate of obligation for the new Ochiltree County Law Enforcement Center.

 

 

 

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