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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Paul Brown, Code Enforcement Officer for the City, Dennis Rojas and Laura Mize, who are both assisting Brown, presented a two and a half page document to Council members on Tuesday night, May 10.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

City Council met Tuesday night June 10 for a regular meeting and a long discussion was held on the proposed Industrial Park at the Airport property.

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By SARAH LOBLEY

Dalhart and surrounding areas weathered high winds, lashing rain, and a couple of tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings this past weekend.

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By JOE WARREN

Environmental consciousness is a hot topic these days both locally and nationally.

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By FOR THE TEXAN

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Dalhart Unit conducted graduation ceremonies for its Spring 2014 Correctional Officer Cadet Pre-Service class June 6 at the Frank Phillips College Dalhart campus.

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By SARAH LOBLEY

Dalhart Independent School District recently signed two new contracts with GCA Inc., a custodial company, and Southwest Food Service Excellence.

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By SARAH LOBLEY

On Friday, June 6, the Petal Pushers dedicated a new sign in 7th Street Park in honor of Liny Mellema, a longtime member of Petal Pushers who passed away last year.

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By SARAH LOBLEY

The Dalhart Post Office recently recognized a 35 year veteran upon his upcoming retirement.

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Guests of The United Family stores in the Texas Panhandle contributed $62,778 to the reliefefforts for victims  of the recent fire in the Sanford- Fritch area during the twoweek- long fundraising campaign.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

During May 29’s regular Dallam-Hartley Hospital board meeting, Hartley Emergency Medical Services requested help in purchasing a new Frasier built ambulance to replace the current vehicle.

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By SARAH LOBLEY

Texline had eleven graduates walk across the stage last Friday, which is about an average class size for the small 1A school.

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By Clyde Gottschalk TSSWCB Program Spec.

“May 29, 2014 marked the diamond jubilee of the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (TSSWCB) and the beginning of Texas soil and water conservation districts (SWCDS).

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By STAFF

Jonathan Wayne Teel, age 34 of Dalhart, was the victim of a single-vehicle fatal car accident two miles west of Sunray on Saturday, May 31.

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By JOE WARREN

The families of locals Dean and Gay Graham and Mark and Emily Wieck recently purchased the Ute Lake Marina at Ute Lake in Logan, New Mexico, just over the State Line, and some major improvements are coming.

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By JOE WARREN

The Dalhart Class of 2014 motto, “We came, we saw, we conquered…” could not be more truer as this class raked in $493,573 is scholarship funds to be used to further their education.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

City Council met on Wednesday night, May 28, instead of Tuesday night because meeting agendas were not properly posted in time for Tuesday’s regular meeting. Didn’t affect city business though as council cruised through a short but busy agenda.

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By JOE WARREN

Another landscaping theft has taken place in Dalhart. Last week three newly planted pine trees were pulled out of the ground and hauled off by someone at the Best Western Nursanickel Motel according to General Manager Barry Sukha.

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By ZELDA LANG

Hartley County will have a new Justice of the Peace. Incumbent, Edwyna Womble, fell to challenger Beth Bezner Moore in the runoff election held Tuesday May 27. Womble held the position for 12 years.

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By SARAH LOBLEY

Dalhart High School Valedictorian Alexandra De Jong, left. Dalhart Salutatorian Lea Baumert, right.

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By JOE WARREN

The aftermath of the Fritch Fire that broke out the evening of Sunday May 11 has left a wake of destruction in the area. Homes, equipment, out buildings and vehicles were lost. Hundreds of them.