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By JANELLE GOODELL

It is time once again to throw our bodies out of kilter when we advance our clocks on Sunday morning at 2:00 a.m.  The purpose of daylight saving time is to create more sunlight hours in the evening when people are off of work and able to enjoy outdoor activities.

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“…and having done all, stand!”

By JUDI WIEGMAN

Chalmer walked into the clinic for his DOT physical to renew his CDL driver’s license unaware of any problem.  As he approached the pickup where I was waiting, I noted the stressed look on his face.  “I flunked,” he began.  “My blood pressure was elevated and they only renewed it for three months.” A trip to our family doctor resulted in him being placed on a mild medication. He continued to walk the dog, tweaked a few eating habits and recorded good readings on the monitor.

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By JANELLE GOODELL

The Dalhart Police stopped a vehicle headed south out of town on Hwy 87 on Tuesday, March 8.  Officers Thrash and Gonzales searched the vehicle with the aid of their drug sniffing dog, Maggie, and located two boxes full of marijuana.

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By JANELLE GOODELL
The staff at La Espanola II held a fundraiser on Sunday, March 6 to raise money for Curran Gomez.  The restaurant staff volunteered their time and helped to bring in $3200 through tips and sales of dinners.  Diners were able to call in orders to go or dine in.  The dining room stayed packed with patient customers and almost 70 orders were called in.

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The Dalhart Texan is proud to announce that Janelle Goodell has returned to the newspaper.  Goodell worked for the paper for a short time in 2007 and 2008.  Goodell is currently living in Texline with her husband, Richard, and three children.  Courtney, Mathew and Dakota are all attending school in Texline.  They recently moved to Texline from Whitewater, KS.

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By JANELLE GOODELL

The Dallam County Commissioners held a special meeting on Monday, March 07 at the Dallam County Courthouse.  The Commissioners approved the sale of the building at 407 Denrock to Hillside Christian Church.  Robert Ledbetter and Chris Anderson were present during the opening of the bids for the land.  The legal description of the property is the south 15 foot of Lot 22 Blk 51 DTCTS.  The next meeting for the Commissioners’ Court is Monday, March 14 at 10:30 a.m. with the Bi-County meeting to follow.

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The XIT Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc. has scheduled its 60th Annual Membership meeting of its rural landline telephone members for Wednesday, March 9. The meeting will be held at the Rita Blanca Lake Coliseum. Rural landline members’ and invited guests’ registration will begin at ll:00 a.m. and will be followed with a luncheon catered by Bar H Steak House of Dalhart.  Again this year, members and invited guests will be treated to a sit-down dinner served by XIT’s management and employees. Serving will begin at noon.

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By JILL BEMPONG

Dalhart’s newest apartment complex is now accepting applications as it works to finish construction and have residents begin moving in this spring. Stone Leaf Apartments, located at 2321 East First Street, offers one, two and three bedroom apartments for low and moderate income individuals and families.

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By ASHLEY ELERICK

At a recent meeting of the Dalhart Independent School District’s Board of Directors, head football coach and DISD athletic director Steven Young provided the board with a recap of the Wolves football, volleyball and basketball seasons.

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By MICHAELA MALONE

Imagine leaving home as usual one day and never being able to return?
This is what happened to thousands of people on the other side of the world in Christchurch, New Zealand, when a highly destructive earthquake hit the city in late February.

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By JILL BEMPONG

If you live in Dalhart, Dumas, Stratford and the surrounding areas, then the chance that you’ve used or at least seen a convenience store is pretty significant. While the stores serve their purpose and offer clean facilities, fuel and snacks, let’s be honest – traditional convenience and travel centers are not exactly bastions of fashion, tastefulness and food that beckon consumers to return. Additionally, not everyone on the go has the time or desires a sit-down restaurant when they are hungry. Frontier Fuel Co., the parent company of Express Lane Stores, began to believe that the time had come for more: A one stop operation that meets the needs of the public and leaves them loving it so much they want to return.

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By JANELLE GOODELL

The Texline Tornados boys basketball team competed in their regional semifinal game on Wednesday, March 2 against Kress.  The boys started out the game a little on the nervous side, but were able to settle down by the fourth quarter.  The final score was 71 to 67.

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By AMY SCHNIEDERJAN

St. James Episcopal Church will be hosting its annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper in their very own Parish Hall on Tuesday, March 8, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Whether you call them flapjacks or hotcakes, the people of St. James will be ready to satisfy your appetite with a healthy supply of pancakes, sausage, and bacon, along with plenty of coffee, juice and milk. Everyone in the community is welcome to come and feast on one of America’s oldest and most favorite types of comfort food.

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For the second week in a row the Lady Wolves Softball team has followed, successful tournament play with a convincing home field win. This time it was the Caprock Lady Longhorns that came to town.

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By JANELLE GOODELL

The Dalhart Independent School Board will be holding their upcoming election for three seats on the school board on May 14 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Application packages can still be turned in through March 14.  As of March 3, six people have returned their packets to the Dalhart Independent School District office.  In the upcoming issues of the Dalhart Texan, the candidates will be featured to help inform the voters of their views on important issues before Election Day. The election will be held at the same time as the City Council elections.

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Yankee Doodle
Not so Dandy

By JUDI WIEGMAN

Over the past month, a strange, reoccurring sound invaded our home. Very faintly and at random times we would hear the following tune, no words, just the tune; “Yankee doodle went to town riding on…,” and then silence.

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By AMY SCHNIEDERJAN

Nearly seventy-mile-an-hour winds coupled with the dry landscape wreaked havoc over area farmland Sunday just north of Dalhart. Dalhart, Hartley, Texline, Clayton, and Sudan firefighters responded Sunday afternoon to a blaze originating from an electrical short in a sprinkler pivot, which then proceeded to burn 1,034 acres of farmland.

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By RODNEY WHITE

The Lady Tigers were in a battle royal with the Whitharral Lady Panthers Saturday afternoon with the lead changing 16 times as both teams fought for the right to advance to the State Tournament.  Hartley had the lead in the final minute of play, but missed free throws by Hartley kept the Lady Panthers in the game.  Mia Ochoa received an inbound pass at midcourt and raced down to lay the ball in with two seconds left in the game, sealing the victory for Whitharral 48-47 over Hartley

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By JUDI WIEGMAN

On Sunday, March 6, the entire community/comunidad will have a chance to reach out to the Eric Gomez family at a fundraiser meal at La Espanola II.

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Coon Memorial Hospital, which serves the residents of Dallam and Hartley counties, has recently added a much needed OB/GYN to its staff.  Dr. Megan Kasper, who is finishing her final year of residency at the University of Albuquerque will begin practicing at the Dalhart Family Medical Clinic sometime in mid August 2011.