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William B. Carroll
The Dalhart Texan

Students in First Baptist Church’s Vacation Bible School practice making animal sounds as part of the weeklong activities at the church Monday. The theme of this year’s VBS is “In the Wild, Amazing Encounters with Jesus.”

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BY William B. Carroll
REPORTER

When a severe head injury cut short professional bull rider and Dalhart native Stormy Wing’s successful career, his longtime friend stepped in and came up with the idea to have a golf tournament in Wing’s honor.

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William B. Carroll
The Dalhart Texan

Dalhart Christian Academy students Kaylee Ball, Brooke Alber and Anna Vyn work on Father’s Day crafts during the opening of The Purpose Market Saturday in downtown Dalhart.

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BY William B. Carroll
REPORTER

For Ashley Skalsky her new restaurant isn’t the first business she has ever run, but for  he recent Texas Tech graduate, it is the first business she has run with her newly minted college degree.

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BY William B. Carroll
REPORTER

After a slight drop-off in May’s sales tax figures, Dalhart saw a 14.55 percent increase in sales tax revenues for June. 

 

 

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William B. Carroll
The Dalhart Texan

Lil’ Happy Campers teacher Nikki Smith (standing) works with several 3-5 year old students as play with Play-Doh during a break in their class.

 

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BY William B. Carroll
REPORTER

If you are looking for fresh grown produce or a variety of other items, the Purpose Market will be starting for the third year this Saturday and promises to be a family friendly event.

 

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BY Zelda Lang
REPORTER

The Dallam County Commissioners approved a contract with Election Systems & Software out of Omaha, Neb. for new voting machines for the county during their regularly scheduled board meeting Monday morning. 

 

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BY William B. Carroll
REPORTER

A job fair was hosted Thursday at Frank Phillips College for the new Wendy’s restaurant expected to open this summer in Dalhart. 

 

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The Dalhart Texan

The USDA’s Farm Service Agency will begin accepting nominations for county committee members on Friday, June 14.

 

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William B. Carroll
The Dalhart Texan

Chase Graham and David Schmidt pick out the best pieces of beef for cooking in the Dallam- Hartley Counties Hospital Foundation Steak Cook off.

 

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BY William B. Carroll
REPORTER

Residents may notice city construction equipment downtown as the city is working on a large-scale plan to repair and revitalize the city’s historic brick streets.

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

Sunday morning brought an emotional goodbye at Central United Methodist Church as the congregation held a farewell lunch for long-time pastor Rev. Steve Patterson following the morning worship service. 

 

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BY William B. Carroll
REPORTER

The Dalhart Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved up to $208,000 for the purchase of up to two school buses during a special called meeting Tuesday night. 

 

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Nixie Sanderson
The Dalhart Texan

The queen candidates for the 83rd annual XIT Rodeo and Reunion sold official rodeo merchandise at Uniterd Supermarket on Saturday afternoon.

 

 

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BY Zelda Lang
REPORTER

The Dalhart City Council met Tuesday, May 28 to conduct a public hearing on the proposed annexation of a 9.363 acre tract of land described in the warranty deed recorded in Volume 82, page 784 of the deeds records of Hartley County, situated in Section 56, Block 48, H&TC RR Co Survey in Hartley County. 

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

Severe weather continues to move across the panhandles, and a tornado warning was issued for Hartley County on Saturday evening. 

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

Severe storms rolled through the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles over the weekend, prompting several tornado warnings, including one in Hartley County on Sunday evening. 

 

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BY Bill Kelly
SPORTS EDITOR

The Dalhart High Class of 2019 completed 13 years of education on Thursday May 23 as they received their diplomas during the DHS graduation ceremony. Family, friends and teachers came out on an unusually cold May evening to celebrate with the graduates as they entered the next phase of their lives.

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

“When you think about Memorial Day and this fight for freedom, it goes all the way back to the Revolutionary War and continues all the way to the War on Terror,” Rev. Steve Patterson said as he addressed those gathered Monday morning for Memorial Day services in Dalhart.