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Ryan Moorhouse

Ryan Moorhouse grew up in a ranching family in North Central Texas.  He attended Seymour High School where he graduated in 1993.  Following high school, Ryan attended Texas A&M University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Business.  After graduation, Ryan moved to the Texas panhandle with his wife, Colette, and begin a career in the cattle feeding industry at Cimarron Feeders.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

PBS and Florentine Films have joined in the production of a new documentary film about the dust bowl.  In a recent press release, Florentine Films encouraged, “Dust off the photo albums and clean out the attics, Ken Burns is looking for pictures and home videos of the ‘dirty thirties.’”

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By JUDI WIEGMAN

YeHaw! Here comes the parade!
At 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 7th, Parade Marshal Don Gilbert will be leading the XIT Rodeo and Reunion Parade down Denrock Ave.

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By WARREN SLAUGHTER
Special to the Texan
 
    Expansion plans for Coon Memorial Hospital got a little closer to reality as the Dalhart City Council approved Ordinance 2010-10, which grants city right of way along 16th Street to the Dallam-Hartley Counties Hospital District. Leroy Schaffner, CEO of the hospital district, said the plans are to expand the Emergency Room (ER) to nine rooms, with three trauma rooms. A Magnetic Resonance Imaging unit (MRI) would then be installed where the current emergency room is located. According to City Attorney Greg Oelke, the ordinance declares that the city will abandon the right of way. A quitclaim deed will then be issued from the city to the hospital district for this land. The action was taken at the July 13 meeting of the Dalhart City Council.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    Sunday afternoon an Oklahoma couple staying in Dalhart landed in jail after a call was received by dispatch that they were fighting inside the cab of their pickup truck while driving.  Officers with the Dalhart Police Department were the first out looking for the couple in what was described as a dark green pickup truck.

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Comin’ Home

Friday I woke up at 4:45 a.m. and made my way to the kitchen. I ground some of the special coffee beans Janda gave me from Oregon. The aroma filled the room and encouraged me to get the cinnamon rolls started.

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Hot and dry!

 By AARON GRAVES

    Ah, summertime. Lemonade, watermelon, and lying on your back in the lush green grass, looking up and watching the clouds. That’s pretty much all the clouds have been good for this past week. 

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By ROBIN SCOTT

In the early morning hours of Saturday, July 10, a man driving a motorcycle on FM 297 led a DPS Trooper on a brief high-speed chase through Dalhart.  The incident occurred at approximately 3:00 a.m. and ended with the driver traveling to the Dallam/Hartley County Jail in a squad car.

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    Danae Lee Parman is the 16-year-old daughter of Walter and Dinkie Parman. She is the granddaughter of Charles and Rena Lou Parman of Nara Visa, NM and Lloyd McCargish and the late Patsy McCargish of Portales, NM. 
 
The 16-year-old daughter of Jeromie and Robin Jones, Harley Davis Jones, will be a junior this fall at Dalhart High School.   Harley has been involved with showing livestock since she was just a third grade student.  She has shown lambs, pigs, and cattle.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Dalhart experienced a true traffic jam late Friday afternoon when a semi truck carrying a combine became lodged underneath the underpass on Highway 87 just north of Highway 54.
Four men from New Zealand driving in a convoy heading north on Highway 87 found themselves the cause of the major traffic jam.  The men were driving four semis carrying four combines.  The lead driver radioed the other three that his vehicle would not make it under the underpass.  The other three drivers parked their vehicles and walked to the underpass.  Within minutes Dalhart motorists and travelers were at a standstill that lasted more than 30 minutes.

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“We have both always been involved with our children and we are both fit parents.  Shouldn’t we share joint custody of our children?”

    Question:  My spouse and I are separated.  My spouse keeps telling me that “she” is going to get full custody of our children and that I have no say in the matter.  I can’t understand why that would be true.  We have both always been involved with our children and we are both fit parents.  Shouldn’t we share joint custody of our children?

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    At a combined luncheon of the Dalhart Lions and Rotary Clubs, guests had an opportunity to hear about the Presbyterian Children’s Home located in Amarillo.  Dr. Scott Sticksel, Psy.D. President of the home, spoke to members of both groups about the need for mentors from the community.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Anyone who has ever met Jamie Fraizer will surely remember her.  She’s got a big bright smile that lights up a room.  This coming fall Jamie will begin her final year at Dalhart High School as a senior.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    KACV Channel 2 from Amarillo is traveling to panhandle cities this summer for their Summer Math Tour.  The tour made its way to Dalhart on Wednesday, July 7 and was welcomed by a throng of children, ages newborn to 7th grade.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    Late Wednesday afternoon a semi truck making a right turn from Denver Avenue onto 7th Street met with a traffic light pole in a one-vehicle accident before leading law enforcement on a high speed chase.  The accident occurred at approximately 4:40 p.m., but the driver failed to stop at the scene.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    It’s wheat harvest in Dallam and Hartley counties and area farmers are keeping Dalhart Consumers Fuel Association, Inc. busy delivering their yields.  Trucks may be seen at the elevators every day now, especially in the afternoons, and the flow is steady.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

A mechanical malfunction on a tour bus kept 48 boy scouts and scout leaders from returning home on Friday, July 2.  The scouts had just finished two weeks of fun, camping and hiking at the scouts’ renowned facility in Philmont, NM.  The boys and their leaders found themselves standing off of the roadway on Highway 87 just south of Texline when the bus they were riding in began billowing smoke.  

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Today is Mine, Tomorrow?

Last week started out interestingly weird!  Chalmer went for a “consultation” with a cardiologist because feeling faint a couple of times. He ended up with an emergency heart cath!  That was scary, but his heart checked out fine. (A few more tests will be done!)

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By ROBIN SCOTT

After a closure of approximately four years, the Moore County Courtroom was reopened on Friday, June 25.  Rather than make general repairs to the existing courtroom that was built in 1930, 69th Judicial District Judge Ron Enns found a way to get the courtroom restored to nearly its original condition.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

     The 74h Annual XIT Rodeo & Reunion is just a month away, but the excitement leading up to the three day event is already underway.  Many different activities will occur within the next few weeks that will have the Dalhart area ready for the rodeo on August 5, 6 and 7.