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City starts off year with big hit to sales tax check

The City of Perryton’s sales tax payment to start off the new year took a big hit.

The city received a check for $187,413, some 21% lower than the payment in January 2019.

Among area cities, about half the payments were up and half were down.

 

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FFA, 4-H members to show 103 animals in stock show

The annual Ochiltree County Junior Livestock Show and Sale is lated for the weekend of Jan. 24-25. The Perryton High School FFA and the Ochiltree County 4-H members will be showing 103 animals.

There will be 66 exhibitors showing 12 sheep, 20 meat goats, 56 swine, eight heifers, and seven steers.

 

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ARE EWE READY FOR THE SHOW?

ARE EWE READY FOR THE SHOW?

The annual Ochiltree County Junior Livestock Association Show and Sale is coming up in just a couple of weeks, and 4-H and FFA members are working hard to get their animals ready for the show

 

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Ochiltree United Way 2020 drive tops $100,000 mark

The 2020 fund drive for the Ochiltree United Way topped the $100,000 mark last week.

The campaign has raised $102,345 so far, which is 88% of its $115,000 goal.

 

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Filing opens Wednesday for May 2 general election

Candidate filing will open Wednesday, Jan. 15 for positions on the Perryton School Board, Perryton City Council and Ochiltree Hospital District Board.

The general election will be held Saturday, May 2. The city and school board will hold a joint election at City Hall that day.

The filing period will run through Friday, Feb. 14.

 

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LOOKING BACK

LOOKING BACK
LOOKING BACK
LOOKING BACK

Some of the photo highlights of the second half were, clockwise from bottom left, PJH art teacher Scott Cummins led a pumpkin decorating event at Williams Intermediate in October, and these were two of his creations; PHS sophomore Austin Merrick showed off his Black Polish rooster, Jeff, during the 4-H poultry show in August;

 

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SOMETIMES YOU JUST HAVE TO SEE UP CLOSE

SOMETIMES YOU JUST HAVE TO SEE UP CLOSE

Sloan Kile, age 2, and John Paul Landeros, 4, check out the book being read by Josue Sanchez during Story Time at Perry Memorial Library. The event happens every Wednesday at 10 a.m. and is open to all kids ages 2-4.

 

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Perryton celebrates 100th birthday, PISD in the news

Year in Review, Part II

The second half of 2019 kicked off with a bang, with Perryton celebrating its 100th birthday in August.

Visitors from far and wide came for the event, which culminated on Saturday, Aug. 24.

The Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration Parade was full of floats, machinery, riders on horses and vehicles to celebrate the Centennial event.

 

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Council awards bar screen bid, sets election for May 2

In a short noon meeting on Tuesday, the Peryton City Council took care of 2020 election business and awarded the bid for wastewater treatment plant improvements.

Assistant Director of Public Works Brandan Knapp went over the bar screen bids with the council. He explained that city staff researched the bar screen and the low bidding company, MPA Services, before recommending the company for the project.

 

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County ballot by mail requests now being taken

Ochiltree County residents can begin applying for ballots by mail for all elections to be held in 2020.

To qualify for a ballot by mail, the voter must be 65 years of age or older, disabled, expected absence from the county or confinement in jail.

 

 

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