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“How do I register to vote in Texas?”

    Question:  Since November elections are nearing, could you please explain how to become a registered voter?  Who is eligible to vote in Texas?  How do I register to vote in Texas?

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By ROBIN SCOTT

   A new upscale convenience store will open in Dalhart early next year.  A gas station is included in the project that broke ground in early August with construction well underway by early September.
    The new Express Lane and Mexican Grill, Juan Burrito, will tentatively open on February 20, 2011 and is located at the corners of US Highways 87 and 54.  Dyke Rogers, owner, noted, “The project has been in planning for two years, waiting on an improved economy, but we’ve decided that with lower construction costs and low interest rates, the time was right to go ahead with the project.”

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By RODNEY WHITE

The Golden Wolves ruined homecoming for the Brownfield Cubs Friday night with a 46 – 12 rout of the Cubs in front of a packed house in Brownfield.  

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    The Lady Wolves hosted the Dumas Demonettes this past Saturday in a best of five match. The Wolves met a Dumas front line that consistently spiked the ball at will and caught a sluggish Dalhart team off guard. Dalhart had problems early on with serve receives and passing, causing numerous points to go Dumas’ way.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

The 2010 “Fill the Boot” fundraising campaign to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and Jerry’s Kids was held on Sunday and Monday, September 5 and 6.  Members of the Dalhart Fire Department raised their boots high as travelers passed through town and locals stopped by to say, “Hi,” and empty their extra change and dollar bills into the boots.

 

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By JUDI WIEGMAN

This is just one story; the story of a husband, dad and grandpa who died on 9/11. That day, America lost a brilliant military mind; a man dedicated to God, his family, and his country.
Stanley R. Hall, a civilian engineer, called by some “the father of electronic warfare,” worked along with the Department of Defense, often meeting with our military at the Pentagon.  His main job was creating (inventing) anti-radar for our Navy fighter jets.  In other words, he made our fighter pilots invisible to enemy radar.

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By Susan Van Volkenburgh

The events of September 11, 2001 mark a change in my life. On that day my precious father, Stanley R. Hall, was ripped from this world as American Airlines flight 77 plummeted into the Pentagon in Washington DC.  Numb and dazed we walked those first months. FBI agents, memorials, honors given, all a haze of lost senses. As we traveled by car to Virginia that night, the skies were silent, empty and dark. The amazing thing about the night sky without planes, the stars are more notable. It was as though the magnificence of God’s majesty shined the brighter for the lack of man’s influence upon the heavens. Beyond this world, there lies goodness that cannot be touched by evil.

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 By ROBIN SCOTT

 The first Sunday after Labor Day of each year is celebrated as Grandparents’ Day, a holiday attributed to President Jimmy Carter and Marian McQuade.  Since 1978, National Grandparents’ Day is a day that honors the lives and wisdom of grandparents.

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The Best Laid Plans…

    It was still dark when I crept away to my computer this morning to pen my latest Jotting Judi.  I clicked on the small lamp above my desk to get right to work on the idea tumbling around in my brain. Suddenly, I felt a presence in the dimly lit room.  Looking down, I saw Berkley, my two-year-old Schnauzer.  He was sitting at my feet with a longing look in his eyes.  I spoke to him rather gruffly, telling him I was not going to play fetch and turned back to my work.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    Friday’s game was an exclamation point at the end of a memorable evening for two students from Dalhart High School.  Just before the game against the Guymon Tigers got underway, the 2010/11 Homecoming King and Queen were crowned.  

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By RODNEY WHITE

The Golden Wolves moved to 2-0 for the season with a 42-0 rout of the Guymon Tigers Friday night making for a fitting homecoming game for the packed house in beautiful weather at Memorial Stadium.  The Golden Wolves had lots of offensive fire power, but it was the defense that made the difference in the game against a very talented and speedy Guymon team.  

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Syngenta Seeds, Inc. recently announced that two of its products have received the go ahead from the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for use in the United States.  Syngenta is one of the world’s leading companies bringing plant potential to life.

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Angelica Mendoza

    Angelica Mendoza became the second winner of the weekly football contest when she predicted nine correct football scores out of ten games.

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    Question:  What is a durable power of attorney?  Is it important for my wife and I to have a durable power of attorney?

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By ROBIN SCOTT

    Mark Richard Lowe, formerly of Dalhart, pled guilty to one count of a four count June indictment.  Lowe was indicted on four counts of falsifying statements on loan or credit applications or renewals.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

The annual “Fill the Boot” fundraising campaign undertaken by the Nation’s firefighters is set for Labor Day Weekend, September 5 and 6.  Last year’s fundraiser saw receipts of $6,700, and the Dalhart Fire Department firefighters are hoping to surpass that incredible amount this year.  

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By ROBIN SCOTT

Jim Paslay, Assistant Director for the DISD bands, announced that the Junior High Band ranked within the top ten junior high bands for the entire State of Texas.  Of the two recordings entered in the “Outstanding Performance Series (OPS)” contest hosted by the Association of Texas Small School Bands (ATSSB), one recording reached the “state level” on July 25. The Dalhart recording was one of 15 CC Junior High recordings in the event.  

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I believe in Miracles

     As the wheels touched the runway at John Wayne International Airport, my heart skipped a beat.  I knew that in just minutes I would be introduced to my newest grandchild, Gabrielle.  Gazing at her face I experienced, as I had sixteen previous times, the complete joy of being a grandmother.  Even as she slept, she curled those tiny fingers around one of mine and I was smitten.  It was, as always, a moment of sheer joy and unexplainable delight.

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    In observance of Labor Day, the Dalhart Texan will be closed on Monday, September 6 and will not have a newspaper that day.  For everyone participating in the Football Contest, be sure to have entries in by Tuesday, September 7.  Next Week’s winner will be announced in the Wednesday edition of the Dalhart Texan, so be sure to get your entries in on time.

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By ROBIN SCOTT

   Students from each class at Dalhart High School nominated their choices for 2010/11 Homecoming King and Queen.  In all, four girls and four boys were selected and received the greatest number of votes from each class.  Each class nominated one set of seniors as their candidates.