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Lea played the flute and piccolo showing that “smaller” instruments are “higher”.  Caleb showed how to play on the recorder.  We also brought a Native American ocarina, a carved olive wood recorder from Israel, and Caleb displayed how to make a train whistle sound with the alto and soprano recorder played at the same time.

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    On July 7th, the USDA Rural Development announced that the City of Texline was selected to receive an $85,000 Emergency Community Water Assistance Grant.  The grant stems from a freak accident that put the city’s main source of water out of commission.

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    Ken Burn’s production crew is traveling to Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas this summer to search a new public television series:  The Dust Bowl.  Like their earlier films on World War II, Jazz, Baseball and The Civil War, Florentine Films believes The Dust Bowl is an important event in American history.

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    The City of Dalhart now offers residents special dumpsters for recycling magazines and phone books.  The white dumpsters are located at the Apache Shopping Center in front of the United Supermarket.  The city asks that anyone utilizing the new recycling dumpsters watch for the labels to deposit magazines and phone books in the proper compartment.

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   The Dalhart City Council had some tough decisions to make in regard to real property at Tuesday’s meeting. After conducting a public hearing, council members voted four against and two for Ordinance 2009-17, which would have changed the zoning on a lot located at 1122 Channing from R-3 to Special Use for the purpose of placing a manufactured home.

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Greg Batenhorst

Greg grew up in Hartley, Texas and graduated from Hartley High School.  After High School, he attended Texas Tech University where he received his Bachelors degree in Agronomy.

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    On Tuesday, July 14th, KXIT Radio personality, Jesse Torres, broadcast live from XIT Ford on Highway 54 East.  The 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. program featured interviews with the 2009 XIT Rodeo & Reunion Queen candidates.  The show also featured an interview with Rhonda McMillen of XIT Ford about a dealership event that benefits the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

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    On Monday, the World Heath Organization (WHO) has officially classified 94,512 cases as influenza A (H1N1) infection, swine flu in 112 countries.  To date, 429 people have died worldwide.  The United States has reported 33,902 laboratory confirmed human cases or 35.87 percent of the total cases worldwide.  Deaths in the United States have reached 170 or 39.62 percent of the total deaths worldwide.  The Phase 6 Alert continues.

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    Back by popular demand is Kingbaby, with lead vocalist and guitarist Lance Bulen.  Kingbaby will perform at Rita Blana Coliseum on Friday, July 17th at 9:00 p.m.  The group will arrive in Dalhart in time for a live interview on KXIT Radio on Thursday from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.

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Chad Strafuss

Chad was born and raised in Hereford.  He graduated from Hereford High School and attended West Texas State University.  Chad farmed in the Vega/Hereford area for 15 years.

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    Two men riding motorcycles early Monday were involved in an accident that sent both to Coon Memorial Hospital.  EMS, Dallam County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Department of Public Safety were dispatched to the scene just after 10:00 a.m.  The accident occurred just north of Dalhart on Highway 87 near the intersection of N. Sedan Road.

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The 2nd annual Texas Panhandle Honor Flight is scheduled for October 7-9, 2009.  World War II and Korea War Veterans are invited to travel to Washington, D.C. on an all expenses paid visit to the nation’s Capitol.  The three day/two night trip includes visiting the War Memorials honoring service members. 

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    Recently, students from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine visited the Dalhart area as they participated in an elective course called The Food Animal Production Tour (VTPP 948).  A total of nine students along with their instructors Drs. John Davidson, Virginia Fajt and Dan Posey made several Dalhart stops including Premium Standard Farms, Dalhart Jersey Ranch, Full Circle Jerseys, Circle H Headquarters and Hilmar Cheese.  The veterinarians at Circle H Headquarters were hosts of the event.

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    The Community Center in Texline is celebrating its one-year anniversary.  Celebrations are scheduled for Saturday, July 18th and will last most of the day.  

    In order to get the entire community involved and to entice visitors from Dalhart, Hartley, Channing and Clayton, a day full of events and exciting activities are planned.

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Dallam–Hartley Counties Library Summer Reading Program presented KACV and You Summer Reading Tour with Curious George.

Activities included reading, picture taking, kite making, and of course lots of prizes.  Each child also got to pick out a brand new book.  

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   Jody Evans has been a lifetime Panhandle resident.  She moved to Dalhart from Sunray and has been involved in ranching all of her life.  For two and a half years she has operated De Ja Vu, a shop in downtown Dalhart, specializing in flowers, gifts and “gently worn” clothing.  She receives help with the business from her three sisters - Lori, Bunky and Marni.

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Chelsea Owens, the 24-year-old daughter of Robert (Butch) & Christine Owens, graduated from Texas Tech University with a Master’s of Science in Human Development & Family Studies on May 8th.  Her thesis was titled “Having a Sibling with Cancer During Childhood”.

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    Mosquitoes, fleas and ticks are annoying pests that not only bother people, but their pets as well.  During the summer months the pesky pests flourish, and keeping animals safe from infestation is an important part of summer animal care.

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    Caleb Hiner, three-year-old grandson of Rocky and Cindy Hiner of Dalhart, has been receiving BOTOX® injection treatment shots in both of his legs, his right arm and his right hand every three months for almost two years. Caleb has Cerebral Palsy, Cortical Visual Impairment, Mental Disorder, Autism, paralysis on his right side and very little upper body strength.  Within a few hours to a couple of days after the botulinum toxin is injected into the affected muscle(s), the spasms or contractions are reduced or eliminated altogether.

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At 10:00 a.m. on August 8th , Parade Marshal Huie Stanley riding his horse, Lucky, will lead the 73rd XIT Rodeo and Reunion Parade with pride and dignity in the town where Huie says, “The people are the best,” Dalhart, TX.