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By ROBIN SCOTT

    School is out for the summer, kids are playing in the parks and temperatures are on the rise.  With summer come thunderstorms and tornado warnings, both of which have already become a part of the weather reports nearly daily.  Summer also brings temps nearing the 90’s and 100’s, so staying cool is important to avoid heat related illnesses.  

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If you get sued and the person knows that they really have no
cause of action against you, can their lawsuit get thrown out?

    Question:  I have been sued by someone claiming that I caused serious bodily injury to them in a car wreck last year.  I was never even in a car wreck with this person, and I am sure that they know they have sued the wrong person because of the way the paperwork is worded.  Is there some law that says if you get sued and the person knows that they really have no cause of action against you, that their lawsuit can get thrown out?

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By JONATHAN SCHERER
I am not a soldier, but I know quite a few. I respect them greatly and am glad for what they have done or do.  In honor of Memorial Day I write this poem, from the perspective of a modern day soldier.  Perhaps it will provide new perspective to those who are distant from the reality of the war(s), so rarely spoken about in daily media, or simply be relatable to the men and women who have or currently are serving in the best military in the world. God bless America and the soldiers who protect her.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

As in years past a Memorial Day service will be held at the Dalhart Memorial Cemetery on Monday, May 31 at 10:00 a.m.  Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend the service and show their support for fallen servicemen and women and for families who have lost a service member.  

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    The Dalhart city pool will be open for business on Saturday, May 29 just in time for some summer fun.  From now until the end of the summer season, the pool offers a refuge from the summer heat and a great place to hang out and cool off.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    Three Dalhart High School graduating seniors recently learned that they are the recipients of scholarships from Capital Farm Credit.  All three students are headed to college in the fall.

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Who’s up for round two?

By AARON GRAVES

    On the heels of a mini-tornado outbreak near Dalhart, Stratford and Dumas, another round of tornadoes hit, this time in the Texline and Clayton area.

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Here Comes Trouble

Ever had one of those days when you aren’t sure if you want to answer the phone again and risk meeting up with more trouble?  Everyone wants a piece of you and you have given out and given out until you feel like a piece of elastic that has lost its ability to stretch.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    With graduation scheduled for Friday night on May 28 at 8:00 p.m. at the Golden Wolves Stadium, Dalhart High School Principal David Steele met with the seniors to discuss graduation and hear about their futures.  Steele has seen eight earlier classes walk across the stage to receive their diplomas, and the graduating class of 2010 is his ninth.

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“Do I need to probate my mom’s estate in order to receive the monies left in that account?”

    Question:  My mother recently passed away.  She didn’t really have any property.  She didn’t live in a house that she owned and she didn’t have a car.  All she had was a checking account where her Social Security check went each month.  I think I remember that she told me that I was a beneficiary to that checking account.  Do I need to probate my mom’s estate in order to receive the monies left in that account?  She was able to live on less than her monthly income so I believe that the account has a significant amount of money in it.

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By RODNEY WHITE

    The following football players received all-district awards: Adian Ruiz, 1st Team Running Back, 3A Area Super Team Linebacker; Ashton Read, 1st Team Offensive Line-Guard, 3A Area Super Team Offensive Guard, 3A Academic All State Honorable Mention.   To receive an academic all-state award players must maintain a 92 GPA or higher.

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    William Thomas Allen is the son of Kim and Will Allen. While in school he participated in UIL Science, UIL Social Studies, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, UIL Small Schools, Student Council, football, basketball, baseball and track.
   Holly Ann Vogel is the daughter of Laurie Vogel and the late Tim Vogel.  She was in National Honor Society, Student Council, UIL Accounting and Spanish Club. She has helped with Big Brother/Big Sister, Family Fun Friday, Dallam County 4-H, Sub Debs, and First Baptist Church Youth Group. Her favorite teacher was Mrs. Richmond and Mrs. Pfannstiel.

 

 

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By ROBIN SCOTT

The graduating class of 2022 made its way across the stage at the Dalhart High School Auditorium on Thursday evening, May 20.  The evening ceremony was held under the direction of Dalhart Elementary School’s new music teacher, Whitney Marrow.

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    The Dalhart Rotary Club held a Bike Safety Rodeo in on May 16, 2010 at the Dalhart Jr. High.  The main objective was to help educate children about bike safety and to create situations they would experience on the road to help them be aware of how to be safe when riding their bikes.

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By RODNEY WHITE

    The Dalhart Athletic department concluded a successful season with an awards banquet at the Rita Blanca Coliseum.  The banquet was a culmination of hard work by all the great student athletes and coaches at Dalhart High School.  All the athletes that received awards were recognized Tuesday night, and it is a tribute to Athletic Director Stephen Young and the great staff that he has put together that allowed everything to go so smoothly and everyone was home before 9:00 p.m.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

     Traveling across the great state of Texas brings back special memories for everyone.  Many of those memories include stopping off at one of the roadside parks and picnic areas, pulling out the picnic basket and cozying up to a picnic table for a sandwich and a break from travel.  The roadside parks offered a chance to take a look at a roadmap, throw out the trash and walk the dog.  Sadly, those memories are less likely to become the memories of today’s children as many of the roadside parks and picnic areas will close in Texas.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    The XIT Rangers Annual St. Jude’s Hospital Benefit Ride was held on May 15.  The wagon trail got underway at 10:00 a.m.  The Chuck Wagon supper began at 6:00 p.m. at the Rangers’ clubhouse and was provided by C Bar C, Ken Cunningham and Crew.
    Proceeds from the event benefit the doctors and researchers at St. Jude in the efforts to find cures for illnesses such as cancer.  St. Jude’s daily operating cost exceeds $1.5 million and most of that gets paid by the generous donations and public contributions.

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By AARON GRAVES

    A total of 12 tornadoes touched down in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles Tuesday evening, according to a preliminary report from the National Weather Service office in Amarillo. All 12 where rated EF0, most being short-lived and causing little if any damage.  Four tornadoes where spawned by a storm that came close to Dalhart and moved on towards Stratford.