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PHS COUNSELOR’S HONOR ROLL

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Perryton High School has named the students making the counselor’s honor roll for the second nine weeks. To be eligible, students must have an average between 84.5 and 89.4.

SENIOR NEWS

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O.K., our first round of “Taste Tester Monday” begins tomorrow. I will post on Facebook the special menu, and you respond by letting us know what you think. Now, you may only respond, if you actually try it out. So all of you smarty pants who love to give me a hard time, especially the ones who live far away, you must refrain from commenting. Wow, I just egged ‘em on didn’t I?

SENIOR NEWS

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WEBSITE: WWW.PERRYTONSENIORS.ORG We are opening back up!! Tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 11.

Tips for traveling safely with pets

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Pet owners choosing to travel domestically while following the appropriate precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic may be apprehensive about leaving their animal companion at home. With proper planning, owners should be confident they can get their furry friend where they need to go.

PISD students do well at UIL meet

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Following are the results: Perryton ISD students in grades 2-8 did very well in recent UIL academic competition, with several district champs crowned. Following are the results: Second Grade Creative writing: Jackelin Varela, first; and Ava Turner, second.

Where are they now?...Jan Pearce Tilley

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Many people who got their beginnings in Perryton have gone on to make a large impact on lives of thousands of folks. Jan Tilley is one of those people. In fact, she has a hand in positively impacting people in numbers much larger than the population of Perryton each year.

Therapy dog teams visit area hospital

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Panhandle Area Community Therapies (PACT) therapy dogs program recently brought some joy to the staff at Southwest Medical Center Hospital in Liberal, KS. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic it became almost impossible to get teams into hospitals and nursing homes.

Texas DFPS launches new parenting tips campaign

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The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is offering a new website filled with free tips and expert advice to help parents navigate the many challenges of child rearing – from pregnancy through the teen years.