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Photos by Julie A. Ferraro

Seniors at Dalhart High School had a chance to “buy” their parking spot this year, and personalize them with paint. Some of the designs were quite original, expressing true artistic talent, and a lot of paint was used.

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By: Julie A. Ferraro
THE DALHART TEXAN 

A lengthy agenda awaits the Dalhart Independent School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday, with the approval of purchases exceeding $25,000 one of the items. 

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By: Julie A. Ferraro
THE DALHART TEXAN

It’s the last thing the students do on home game Fridays. But, it’s probably the most fun fifteen
minutes of the day.

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By: Julie A. Ferraro
THE DALHART TEXAN

The softball teams took the competition seriously. They still had fun, too, during the day-long Strike Out Cancer tournament at McLeod Park on Saturday.

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

 

A well known Christian singer, billed as “Gospel Music’s Ambassador to the World,” Larry Ford provided a unique concert at the XIT Rangers Clubhouse Tuesday evening.

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

 

While it may seem routine – as well as redundant and time-consuming - business for the Dallam County Commissioners to review invoices before they are paid during their monthly meeting, the practice does make sense.

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

 

After the Dalhart City Council heard a presentation on the fiscal year 2016-2017 audit during Tuesday’s meeting, City Manager James Stroud expressed pride in the various department heads. 

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
 THE DALHART TEXAN

 

With the required public hearings on the proposed tax rate completed – and no comments either for or against – the Dalhart City Council will vote to approve both the fiscal year 2019 budget and tax collections during their meeting Tuesday evening.

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

 

Smoke and delicious smells combined to turn Veterans Memorial Park into a tasty site on Saturday. 

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

 

Every year, Bishop Patrick Zurek of Amarillo visits St. Anthony Catholic Church to celebrate Mass with the students.

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JULIE A. FERRARO
Dalhart Texan

After holding two public hearings on tax rates and budgets at which no members of community spoke, the Dallam County Commissioners Court will meet Monday to vote whether to approve those matters.

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JULIE A. FERRARO
Dalhart Texan

November 6 may seem far away, but not for those planning to vote in the upcoming elections.

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JULIE A. FERRARO
Dalhart Texan

During a special meeting of the Dalhart City Council on Wednesday evening, a public hearing on the proposed tax rate increase drew no comments from citizens. 

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JULIE A. FERRARO
Dalhart Texas

It might seem unusual for the Dalhart High School cafeteria to be crowded after school hours, but Tuesday proved an exception.

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

Members of the Xi Delta Gamma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi are looking forward to the coming year.

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

A steady stream of well-wishers gathered at Legacy Assisted Living Thursday evening, taking the opportunity to chat with retiring Dallam Hartley Counties Hospital District chief executive officer Leroy Schaffner.

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BY JULIE A. FERRARO
THE DALHART TEXAN

Maintaining a green lawn can involve quite a bit of work – and a lot of water. 

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Julie A. Ferraro
THE DALHART TEXAN

Tuesday’s Dalhart City Council meeting marked the first public hearing for the proposed new tax rate.

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Julie A. Ferraro
THE DALHART TEXAN

 

A crowd of approximately 100 people gathered at Rita Blanca Coliseum on Tuesday for the Farm Bureau annual convention. 

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Julie A. Ferraro
THE DALHART TEXAN

During a special meeting Monday evening, a quorum of Dalhart Independent School District board members voted to keep the same tax rate for 2019.