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Dwayne Thaxton, formerly of Dalhart was honored with a retirement ceremony from the Navy on May 29, 2009. He was born and raised in Dalhart, and graduated from Dalhart High School in 1985. He joined the Navy in 1988 and had his basic training in San Diego, CA and then went to Millington, TN for AME-A school. From there he went to Norfolk, VA from 1988-1992 and was a Squadron HM-14, a helicopter mechanic. While in Norfolk he was sent to serve in Desert Storm for four months

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Elmer Long recently moved from Hereford to become the Service Manager at Warren-CAT in Dalhart. He is a quiet man with a willing heart, open to lend a hand and eager to help others.

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The C Bar C Chuckwagon was featured at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum’s 19th Annual Chuckwagon Gathering and Children’s Cowboy Festival, May 23 and 24, 2009 in Oklahoma City, OK. Recipes were prepared hourly at the Demonstration Wagon by the C Bar C award winning cooks. Demonstration recipes were free to the audience and "Chuckwagon Recipes and Others" Cookbooks were available for purchase at the Museum Wagon.

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The Coon Memorial Home held its annual balloon launch in front of the nursing home on Texas Avenue on Tuesday, June 9th at 3:30 p.m. Residents and staff at the home had several balloons each. Friends and family of the residents were also in attendance as the balloons flew skyward.

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Garnet Coleman, LSG Chair, reported on Tuesday, June 2nd what he termed the "Hits and Misses in the 81st Legislature." Coleman focused on both the accomplishments of the 81st Legislature and the failures.

A few of the accomplishments noted by Coleman as well as what he considered were the short falls or missed opportunities.

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The Department of Family and Protective Services funds a program aptly dubbed STAR, Service To At Risk youths and their families. The program is contracted through the department, and in Dalhart, the contract is held with the Texas Panhandle Mental Health and Mental Retardation, MHMR.

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Britnee Kay Brotherton has been recognized for her outstanding academic accomplishments at Texas A & M University by being named to the President’s List for the 2009 Spring Semester.  The President’s List includes only those students who complete at least 12 credit hours for the semester and earn a perfect 4.0 grade point average.  Britnee was also selected and named to the Department of Communication Honors List.  
    Britnee is a 2007 graduate of Floydada High School majoring in Media and Telecommunications.  She is the daughter of David and Kay Brotherton, and the granddaughter of Wendell and Bobbie Howell of Dalhart, and Mike and Merle Mooney of Lockney. 

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The Dallam-Hartley Counties Historical Association held a board of trustees meeting on Tuesday afternoon, June 9th.  Robin Scott, newly elected 2nd Vice President presided over the meeting.  Also present were board members Louise Rahll and Sylvia Renick, the museum’s curator, Nick Olson and Lisa Hanbury.

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On May 31st the local Cub Scouts, Pack 46, met at the Dalhart City Pool and Park for their annual Awards Presentation.  Den leaders, Amy Brown and Lori Quiroz of the Webelos, Kristen Hembree and Dr. Jose Espinel of the Bears, Beth and Dr. Randy Herring (absent) of the Wolves and Ben Fox and Jeni Wood of the Tigers, presented awards to all of the Scouts in their den.

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Several area residents were jailed Thursday, June 4th, after having been served with a warrant for arrest that stated, “You’ve been charged with aiding and abetting MDA with the intent of helping area residents with muscular dystrophy.”  Bond for the individuals was set at $1,000.00 each, but it was all in fun and for a good cause.

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Meetings for the Dalhart City Council will start an hour and a half earlier from now on. Council members voted at their Tuesday, June 9 meeting to change the time from 7:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The council also voted to raise the pay rate for council members from $6.00 per meeting to $10.00 per meeting, and to raise the mayor’s pay rate from $75 per meeting to $100 per meeting. The increases are allowed under the town charter. The pay rates for the mayor and council members have not been raised for over 20 years. It was also noted that several council members donate their earnings from the city to the cemetery fund or the scholarship funds.

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With near record speed, an offer was made to Dalhart High School class of 2009 graduate Alexa Welch to play basketball for Clarendon College.  The five-foot six-inch 18-year-old student signed with the college on May 27th, just two days before graduation.  She’ll join the Lady Bulldogs ‘Dawgs’ team for the 2009/2010 school year.

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    Community Connect summer activities are many and varied, ranging from the arts to math to nature and more, for children, families and adults. Registration is required for all activities whether free or for a fee and can be done online at www.dalhart communityeducation.org or in person at 701 E. 10th Street, Dalhart.

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Question:  During this past school year my daughter attended the intermediate school.  She had to have a spinal curvature screening, but she didn’t want to do it.  She was embarrassed because she’s a little bigger than the other girls, and she didn’t want anyone to see her have the screening.

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Dalhart Consumers announces the lease of Benchmark Grain Company grain facilities.  The lease consist of a 1,250,000 bushels capacity grain elevator, scales, and office, shop in Dalhart, and a 1,000,000 bushel capacity grain elevator, scales and office located five miles South West of Dalhart on CR 694.

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   Judy Yarbrough is no stranger to hospital rooms. She knows what drab and downright scary places they can be.

    In August 2008, Judy’s husband, Eugene went into cardiac arrest while on vacation in the Colorado Mountains.

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TORNADO WARNING SIREN

Thursday, June 11, 2009at 2:00 p.m.

A test of the tornado warning system will be conducted on Thursday afternoon, weather permitting.

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On Monday, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that 73 countries have officially classified 25,288 cases as influenza A (H1N1) infection, swine flu.  Mexico has reported 5,717 laboratory confirmed human cases of infection, including 107 deaths. The United States has reported 13,217 laboratory confirmed human cases, including 27 deaths.  The stage 5 alert issued by WHO continues to be in effect.

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7th Street Park was “moooving” with activity as various organizations helped young and old understand the importance of dairy products in their daily diet. Three-a-day; that’s the rule!

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The summer season is a time when scammers and con-artists have heightened activity.  An official with the Dalhart Police Department stated Friday that due to increased efforts during the summer months by scammers, summer is a good time to remind residents to be wary of scams and people trying to hustle for a living.