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By ZELDA BETH LANG

At the Hospital Board meeting on Thursday, October 30, Leroy Schaffner, Administrator, gave a report to the board on the recent Health Fair hosted at Coon Memorial Hospital.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Yik Yak is all the rage with the majority of Dalhart High School students, but not for good reason. The latest social media app allows users to post anonymously, and derogatory comments and statements have been running rampant.

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Don’t forget to set your clocks back on Saturday night as Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday Nov. 2. The actual time cange is 2 a.m. Sunday. To keep from getting up at 2 a.m. just “fall back one hour” Saturday night prior to going to bed.

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Early voting ends today, Friday, October 31. The General Election is next Tuesday, November 4. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

City Council met Tuesday night, October 28. Daniel Garcia, with the public works department was presented with a five year pin.

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By JOE WARREN

For the last year, Brent Walker, the City of Dalhart’s finance manager, has been in charge of major technology upgrades at City Hall and the Police Department.

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The ladies played their Club Championship Sunday under sunny skies, but windy conditions at the Dalhart Country Club. Seven ladies teed off at 1 p.m. to take on the challenging 18-hole layout to find out who is the best of the best for the 2014 golf season.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Alyssa Murtagh, a Physical Assistant Student from Albany, New York has come across the country to train with the best in Dalhart. Murtagh was previously a medic in the U.S. Air Force from 2006-2011.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Emergency responders from Dalhart, Hartley, Texline and Clayton, NM recently received training on how to safely set up a landing zone and assist with landing a LifeStar helicopter.

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By JOE WARREN

Mike Minter, a democrat running against republican U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry in the upcoming general election, was in Dalhart Saturday for a couple of reasons. He was stumping for the general election and a film crew from New York City was on hand filming part of a documentary about running on the democratic ticket in the most republican district in the country.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Rotary International, founded on February 23, 1905 in Chicago, IL, is the world’s first and one of the largest non-profit service organizations.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Even though the Agriculture Act of 2014 was rolled out earlier this month, there are still modifications that can be made.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

The DISD Board met on Monday, September 20 instead of the normal Tuesday meeting day and heard presentations from the choir, FFA, Cross Country team and the Migrant program with students, teachers and coaches on hand to answer questions.

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By JOE WARREN

Dalhart School District Migrant Coordinator Alicia Williams gave a report to the school board Monday evening showcasing the strength of the local program, along with presenting a very special student currently in the program.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Board members of the Texas Plains Trail Region were in Dalhart on Thursday, October 16. This is the first time the Board has met in Dalhart and this was the first meeting for the new President, Paula Sue Hatfield of Snyder.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Delores Maldonado, an Amarillo native photographer and mixed media artist, began her Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead series with an interest in creating a photographic image in the iconic sugar skull style associated with this holiday.

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By JOE WARREN

At the 33rd Annual Oktoberfest celebration hosted by volunteers within the St. Anthony Catholic community, there may not have been any lederhosen on display or dirndls gracing the Rita Blanca Coliseum, but there was plenty of German style sausage and sauerkraut on hand.

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By JOE WARREN

Dalhart City public works employees competed in a rodeo last Thursday, but it wasn’t the typical event you imagine a rodeo would be. There were no clowns, horses or bucking broncos. It was the second year Dennis Rojas, Public Works Director at the city held a Truck Rodeo.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Early voting for the General Election set for November 4 opens on Monday, October 20.

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By JOE WARREN

The Texas Rangers are investigating a shooting in Dalhart involving a Dalhart Police Officer that took place when local police responded to a 911 call about a potential domestic dispute in progress, according to a release from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).