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By ASHLEY ELERICK

According to information provided by Dalhart Assistant City Manger James Stroud, there are several courses of action residents experiencing problems with trash in their alleys may take. While the City of Dalhart governs ordinances concerning city alleys, it is a homeowner’s responsibility to see that alleys are kept clean and free of debris as well.

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David has lived in Dalhart for the past 30 years. He graduated from Dalhart High School in 1987. David has been working in the natural gas industry for 17 years and is currently the Compliance Manager for the West Texas Gas, Dalhart District. David is married to Holly and they have one daughter, Hannah, who is seven-years-old. David is serving his first year on the board, and his duties include Parade, Queens Contest and Assistant Dance.

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By AARON GRAVES
The radar showed it moving down from Cimarron County. The band of heaviest rain stretched from Highway 87 near Texline to Highway 385 at the state line. And it was moving due south.
Sunday’s rain wasn’t the drought buster we all hoped for, but it was a strong, robust storm nonetheless. It brought smiles all around and dropped the temperature 25 degrees as it moved through. The remaining clouds made for a good old fashioned Dalhart sunset.
Officially, Dalhart scored 0.11” from Sunday’s rain, as measured at the airport.

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By AMY SCHNIEDERJAN

Talk to anyone about Dalhart’s Main Street in the 30’s, 40’s, or 50’s, and they will almost always mention the De Soto Hotel in some part of their memories. It may seem strange to write an article on a building that is no longer standing; in fact, the building hasn’t been a fixture on Main Street for just about fifty years. But count back fifty years prior to the final razing of the De Soto in 1961, and you’ll find a premiere hotel in a burgeoning western town on the plains – a hotel that was the only sweet luxury between Fort Worth and Denver –and a place where cattle deals were made, fine dining was experienced, and the citizens of Dalhart socialized.

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Chris Bell has lived in Dalhart for the past two years. He graduated from Dalhart High School and is the General Manager at Hart Chevrolet. Chris is married to Hope and they have two children, Justin, who is 11, and Liberty, who is 4. Chris is serving his first year as a director.

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One Nation, Under God

By REV. JUDI WIEGMAN

Psalm 91 has long been my favorite!  I love these words, “The one who lives under the protection of the Almighty dwells in the shadow of the Most High. …He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”

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Bob Beller

Robert Beller, the Voice of KXIT and The Great High Plains for 49 years, has been named the Parade Marshal for the 75th XIT Parade.
Beller was born in 1927 to Alphonse and Mary Beller in St. Paul, KS. He was one of seven children. He graduated from St. Paul High School in 1944 at the age of 16. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy, at the age of 16, in which he served his country in World War II on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Hornet in the Pacific from 1944-1946. During that time, the U.S.S. Hornet was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for extraordinary heroism in action against enemy Japanese forces in the air, ash, and afloat in the Pacific War arena from 1944 to 1945. In 1946, Beller received his honorable discharge.

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

Texas parents, Jeanne and Johnny Mac Brown, know all too well the pain that can stem from texting while driving. Just a few short years ago, the couple lost their then 17-year-old daughter, Alex, when she wrecked her truck on the way to school sending a text message. Only parents who have lived through this horror can truly understand the devastating after effects of one momentary lapse in judgment the way the Brown’s do.

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

Theodore Roosevelt is credited with saying, “A man good enough to shed blood for his country is good enough to receive a fair deal afterwards.” One Texas based organization is working to bring that sentiment to life.
While there are numerous organizations across the country devoted to helping veterans of the United States military injured in the line of duty, one Texas based foundation is dedicated solely to helping injured vets from the Lone Star State.

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

Historians have long disputed the details surrounding the adoption and signing of the Declaration of Independence. Some believe the document was actually signed a month after its approval during a closed session of Congress on July 2. Some say representatives of the original 13 states began signing the document on July 2, with Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Benjamin Franklin being the last to sign on July 4.

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By AMY SCHNIEDERJAN

In 1998, the now retired veteran NBC broadcaster Tom Brokaw wrote a book entitled The Greatest Generation. He coined the term to refer to the generation that grew up during the Great Depression and was old enough to fight in World War II. They follow the Lost Generation of the 1920’s and precede the Silent Generation of the 1930’s who did not turn eighteen until World War II was over. Brokaw said of the Greatest Generation (sometimes referred to as the G.I. Generation) that “it is arguably the greatest generation any society has ever produced.” He contends that this generation, born roughly between 1901 and 1924, turned America into a great superpower after WWII because they fought not for fame and recognition, but rather because it was the right thing to do.

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

Sunray Co-op in Conlen is open and back in business after the Tuesday, June 28 fire that destroyed the location’s offices, barn and shop.
According to Sunray Co-op manager, Craig Lechner, the fire was determined to be caused by the electrical panel located in the facility’s shop.
The cost of the damage is still being figured, Lechner said Thursday. “The insurance adjuster was here yesterday, and we are still figuring how much the damage from the fire will cost, but we are up and running again.”

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“God Bless America”

By REV. JUDI WIEGMAN

Americans celebrate our country’s 235th birthday on Monday, July 4th.  We will gather with family and friends, wave the red white and blue, feast on the best BBQ, hotdogs, and apple pie around, attend parades and some cities will light the sky with majestic firework displays.  (Some need to observe the ban on fireworks!)

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

Fire departments and EMS from both Stratford and Dalhart were called to a fire at the Sunray Co-op offices in Conlen at about 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28. According to Sunray Co-op General Manager Craig Lechner, the fire started in the facility’s shop located behind the office and then spread to the front office and a barn located nearby.

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By JILL BEMPONG

Monday morning at approximately 8:45,  24-year-old Matthew Hillyer rolled his Saturn as he was traveling west on Highway 54, between mile marker 14 and 15, heading home to California. Hillyer was driving alone, having recently served as best man at his friend’s wedding in Minnesota. While the newlyweds honeymooned in Mexico, the best man generously volunteered to drive their car, filled to the brim with wedding gifts, back to California.

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By AMY SCHNIEDERJAN

Thursday, June 30, the XIT Museum will be hosting the opening of a new dairy exhibit sponsored by Dairy Management and Co., and in partnership with Hilmar Cheese Company and the Southwest Dairy Museum. Interactive kiosks, videos and other activities and panels characterize the exhibit, teaching various educational points on the origin of milk, the responsibilities of a dairy farmer, and the general value of dairy in our lives.

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

Advancing technology seems to have our society in a strangle-hold. Although people across the country are slowly realizing the dangers surrounding technological advances, there are still devastating effects from some of them. One of the most problematic advances our society has encountered is the overwhelming surge in the number of people who text while driving.

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

For many people who have lost loved ones, the cemetery is more than just where their loved ones are buried. It is also where they can go spend time with those who have passed on, as well as a place to memorialize them.

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Cassidie Coke

By ASHLEY ELERICK

Cassidie Coke is the 16-year-old daughter of Brandie Parker and Jason Coke, and sister to Emma Parker and Landon Coke.

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Erin Wilkins

By ASHLEY ELERICK

Erin Wilkins is the 16-year-old daughter of Barbara and Clayton Wilkins. She is a junior in high school and enjoys participating in 4-H and FFA. Erin has served in4-H for nine years and FFA for two. She has also served as County Council Secretary and Vet-Science Club Secretary.