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Three PHS choir members make All-Region Choir

Three members of the Perryton High School choir qualified for the District 1-3A All-Region Choir. The auditions were held on Saturday, Nov. 2 at Caprock High School in Amarillo. Miguel Escobar received ninth chair, bass one. Ryan Roberts received ninth chair, tenor two and Cesar Bernal was chosen for 12th chair, tenor two.
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Sales tax revenue down 21%

The City of Perryton’s sales tax payment for November dropped for the second month in a row, but it was not unexpected. The city’s check for $387,808 was down a little over 21% from last November. But, the November 2012 payment, $493,287, was the third highest the city has ever received. It was a similar situation in October, with a drop of over 17%. The October 2012 payment was the second highest ever for the city.
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United Way 2014 drive reaches 71%

The Ochiltree United Way's 2014 fund drive took another giant leap last week. It has now raised $86.709.29, which is 71% of the $122,000 goal.
 
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Dr. Thomas gives seminar at FPC

Dr. Tina Thomas of New Orleans, LA (center) gave a seminar Thrusday evening, Nov. 7 at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus with the topic "Use Your Brain For A Change."
 
Wed
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PHS program on Nov. 11 to honor veterans

Perryton High School will host a program on Monday, Nov. 11 to honor the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. The program will be held in the high school auditorium at 9:30 a.m. Invitations were sent to the veterans whose names were on the list, but all veterans are welcome to come. Coffee and coffe cake will be served in the cafeteria prior to the program. The breakfast refreshments will be provided by Claudette File and the family and consumer sciences classes.
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OLD DOCUMENTS DISPLAYED AT MUSEUM

On Sunday, Nov. 3, Dr. David Baum, director of the Remnant Trust at West Texas A & M University, gave a lecture and displayed a number of old documents at the Museum of the Plains, including the front page of the New York Times from Sept. 2, 1862 with the first public printing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The first week in November, the documents will be available for Perryton High School teachers to use with their classes. Pictured are, from left, Dr. Baum, PHS principal Lisa Yauck, Diane Thorpe and museum director Stacey Brown.
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Wed
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WEST SIDE LIGHTS

As B and B Solvent continues the concrete construction work for the Main Street renovation project on the west side of the street, B and G Electric of Pampa, installs the new light poles and fixtures. Up in the bucket, Joel Avarado, at left, and Jeremy Hill attach a light fixture to the new pole, as Roy Bailey at the truck assembles the next light. The renovation will run from Sixth Avenue to 13th Avenue.
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Sat
02
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Planting seeds for the future

The students at Wright Elementary participated in Red Ribbon Week activities last week, to promote and encourage the choice to be drug free.

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02
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Thomas to speak on using your brain

Dr. Tina Thomas of New Orleans, LA will be the next speaker in the Leadership Perryton series, with the topic, "Use Your Brain For A Change"
 
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02
Nov
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WILLIAMS FUND-RAISER WINNERS

Williams Intermediate held a fund-raising contest, with the fourth and fifth grade students selling cases of Coke products to raise money. Pictured are the winners at Perryton Office Supply-Radio Shack who helped sponsor the event, providing the top prizes. They are, from left, store manager Saul Castanon, fifth grade winner Dayton Goldsberry, fourth grade winner Halley Farney and store associate Alina Spescia. The funds were used to purchase OneBoards for the school.
 

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