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Fri
21
Apr

Early voting opens Monday in May 6 school board election

Early voting in the May 6 general election starts this Monday, April 24, and will run through Tuesday, May 2.

Three candidates are vying for two positions up for election on the Perryton School Board, incumbent Mike Heck and first time office seekers Loyd Cator and Mike Castanon.

 

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Fri
21
Apr

Early morning storm brings rain, thunder and some hail

Just before 5 a.m. on Friday, April 21, a thunderstorm blew through town, dumping over an inch of rain and waking up the residents with quater-sizd hail and larger making a lot of noise.

The official rainfall amount for Perryton, from KEYE, was .87 of an inch. The east side of Murphy Park picked up 1.25 inches of rain.

Vern Meller, at Central and Drake, reported 1.20 inches. Edwin and Wanda Larmon, in the 2100 block of Grinnell, recorded 1.10 inches of moisture.

 

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Fri
21
Apr

Rangers, Rettes headed to regional track meet

On the Perryton High School track teams, 10 Rangers and six Rangerettes qualified for the Regional Track Meet that will be held next weekend in Lubbock at Lowery Field. Team members who scored first through fourth place in the events at the Area Meet held at Randall High school on Thursday, April 20 qualified for the Regional Meet.

Dalton Rigdon took first place in the 200 meter dash with a time of 22.65.

Clay Feger took second place in the 400 meter run with a time of 51.40.

 

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Wed
19
Apr

Chamber of Commerce hosts candidate forum

The legislative affairs committee of the Perryton Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce hosted a candidate forum at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus on Monday evening April 17, featuring the candidates for the Perryton Independent School District board. The candidates for the two seats on the PISD are incumbent Mike Heck and newcomers Loyd Cator and Mike Castanon.

Moderator for the forum was Dr. Randy Skaggs. 

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Wed
19
Apr

School board okays wind project extension, technology

The Perryton School Board covered a wide range of areas from the wind farm project to new junior high technology and new turf for Ranger Field at a five hour meeting Tuesday evening.

Jade Scheele and Dave Savage from Apex Clean Energy were at the meeting to explain the need for the company to again extend the project.

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Wed
19
Apr

Benefit ranch rodeo slated this weekend

A two-night rodeo event this weekend will benefit wildfire relief in the area.

The Plains States Ranch Rodeo and Open Bronc Riding is this Friday and Saturday, April 21-22 at the Ochiltree County Arena. Each performance begins at 6 p.m.

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Wed
19
Apr

NEW APARTMENT COMPLEX

A new apartment complex to be called “The Reserves” is going up at 24th Avenue and Jefferson Street. The complex, owned by the Overland Property Group out of Kansas, is being built by McPherson Construction of Mack, CO. The new complex will add 48 apartments to the city.

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Fri
14
Apr

City sales tax payment takes small dip in April

For the second month in a row, the City of Perryton’s sales tax revenues were down marginally.

The city’s April check for $179,167 was down a little over 2% from last April. In March, the city’s payment was down less than 1%.

For the year, revenues are still down substantially from 2016. The city has received $910,940 so far, a little over 26% less than last year.

 

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Fri
14
Apr

First Pathways class to graduate from PHS this May

The Ranger Academic Enrichment Foundation’s Pathways Program recently announced its first class of graduates taking part in the scholarship program.

Pathways funds tuition, books, and fees at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus for all qualifying students.

The program was established in 2011, and the graduating class of 2017 was the first to participate.

 

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Fri
14
Apr

“BAD COMPANY” IS GOOD ENTERTAINMENT

The Satellite Center’s annual “Spring Fling” dance and lunch was held last Tuesday at the Expo Center. Attendees enjoyed lunch provided by the Lions Club of Perryton and musical entertainment by “Bad Company.”

Pictured on stage are volunteers Brad Herring, Bill Bob Thrash and Sheriff Terry Bouchard. Other volunteers who helped with entertainment at the annual event were Peaches Goldsberry, Shelby Pond, Linda Cervantes, Parker Swinney, and Reagan, Harmony, and Maya Thrash. The Texas Panhandle Centers Satellite Centers serve people with intellectual disabilities in the Perryton, Borger, Dumas, and Pampa areas. They get together yearly for the Spring Fling.

 

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