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Makin’ Room

The church announced a progressive dinner and asked for host homes to “make it happen.”  I loved the thought of setting pretty tables and enjoying the laughter and fellowship of friends; so I signed up.  As the time approached, I heard there would be over 50 people coming to dinner!  Wow!  That’s a lot of people. I thought, “Where will I seat all of them?”

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Three and four-year olds had a lesson about fire safety on Wednesday, October 6 at the Dallam and Hartley County Library.  Rather than their usual story-time, the youngsters met Dalhart Fire Chief Curtis Brown and volunteer firefighter Ron Hein.  Together, the two firefighters taught the kids about fire safety.

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The Lady Wolves hosted a scrappy Perryton team Saturday, with Dalhart taking the match in three games, 25-18, 25-18, 25-7. The team improved on serving, limiting serving errors to five for the match.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Liberty Baptist Church hosted its second luncheon to honor members of the community who provide invaluable services.  The first luncheon was an Educators Appreciation Luncheon for employees of Dalhart schools held in September, and last Friday, the second luncheon was a Civil Servants Appreciation Luncheon.

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Raul Torres

This week’s Winner of the Week is Raul Torres, who predicted nine games correctly out of a possible ten in the seventh week of the football contest.

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“Are tanning salons required to warn people about the dangers of tanning?”

Question:  I enjoy tanning and I go somewhat frequently.  I noticed a lot of warning signs at the tanning salon and was wondering why they have so many warnings that should make me want to leave rather than tan.  Are tanning salons required to warn people about the dangers of tanning?

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By AARON GRAVES

Dalhart has wrapped up its extended predistrict schedule undefeated. Decisively undefeated. Although the Clayton Yellowjackets played a clean game and made a noble effort, Dalhart finished Friday evening’s game with a 55-0 victory.

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Dallam County voters desiring to vote early in the 2010 General Election may do so by personal appearance each weekday at the office of the Dallam County Clerk, Dallam County Courthouse, beginning on Monday, October 18, 2010 through Friday, October 29, 2010 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

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Hartley County voters desiring to vote early in the 2010 General Election or the Hartley ISD Election may do so by personal appearance each weekday beginning on Monday, October 18, 2010 through Friday, October 29, 2010 as follows:
Hartley County Annex Building at 701 Texas Boulevard, Dalhart, TX from 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Students in the Ag classes at Hartley High School have been busy for the past few weeks working on a “green” project.  The work they’ve been doing will not only benefit the community and the environment, but it has also provided the students with an opportunity to master valuable carpentry skills.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), a month dedicated to educating women about the importance of early detection.   A few minutes to read an article may be a step in the right direction in the battle against breast cancer.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

The corn harvest in the Dallam and Hartley counties area is going strong and ahead of schedule, and grain elevators are already full.  With elevators full, corn is now being put in large building-sized piles on the ground.
Jim Turner, General Manger for Dalhart Consumer Fuels Association, commented about this year’s harvest and stated, “It’s going, going good.”

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By RODNEY WHITE

The Lady Wolves battled hard against the16th ranked Lady Harvesters, and untimely serving errors kept the team away from victory.  It was a great battle with both teams very well matched and both played some of the best volleyball of the season with long volleys and great attacks.

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Oh Susina!

By JUDI WIEGMAN

The long list of items to get done before our trip to Georgia was finally completed.  The suitcases were packed, the house-sitter arrived, and in the early dawn, we left Dalhart to make our way to Georgia and share the joy of Janda and Ryan’s wedding!

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Most everyone in Dalhart is familiar with the C Bar C Chuckwagon Team who often provide amazing authentic chuck wagon food at local events.  The team also travels extensively, both competing in and judging cooking competitions.  Recently, team member Sue Cunningham from Hartley had the chance of a lifetime when she judged an event for the Food Network.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Texas Oncology in Amarillo has recently welcomed Dr. Srini Reddy onto its team of cancer care specialists.  The specialists include oncologists, radiologists and breast imaging radiologists who work together to treat cancer patients in the tri-state area.

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By RODNEY WHITE

Saturday afternoon in Borger, the Lady Wolves staged a great victory coming from behind in the final game to defeat the Lady Bulldogs and maintain sole possession of second place in the district standings.  The Lady Wolves won the first game 25-19, but lost the second game 19-25.  Dalhart rallied with a strong performance in the third game winning 25-16.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Time to cast votes in the Second Annual Community Choice Awards is nearly over.

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Robbie Randall

Congratulations to Robbie Randall, winner of the week for the sixth week in the Dalhart Texan football contest.

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“What is the law about really young kids working?”

Question:  I went to the circus last weekend and it made me wonder, is it legal for kids to work like those in the circus?  There were several kids that performed.  What is the law about really young kids working?