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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

Tammy Schniederjan has resigned from the Dalhart Independent School District Board of Education. Her daughter is seeking a position within the district.

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

The Dalhart Independent School District board of education accepted a settlement agreement regarding legal action taken against the school. 

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

The domestic violence and abuse services agency for the northwest panhandle announced late last month that it will limit the services offered as the agency works with the Texas Rangers as part of an ongoing investigation into claims of misuse of grant funds.


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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

One person has died and four were injured in a collision last week near Texline.

Robert Crout, age 69, of Mustang, Okla., was pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday morning following the three-vehicle incident approximately six miles south of Texline.

 

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Nixie Sanderson
The Dalhart Texan

Kye Green and Anna Pollard, both age four, were named the 2019 Little Mr. and Miss XIT on Saturday Morning at the annual pageant. This year’s event was held at the La Rita Theatre in downtown Dalhart.

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR
Photo Courtesy Dalhart Volunteer Fire Department

Two people were injured following an explosion July 6 in Dallam County. While the address has not been released, first responders were called to an explosion at a property approximately 12 miles out on FM 1727 at 10:54 p.m. July 6.

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

A Dalhart man drowned at an Oklahoma Lake Sunday afternoon.

 

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BY Nixie Sanderson
MANAGING EDITOR

A date has been set for the grand jury to consider evidence in an officer-involved shooting that occurred earlier this year. The case will be presented to the Dallam County Grand Jury on August 22.

 

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BY John Verser
REPORTER

It’s not a three hour cruise, but this year’s melodrama will have plenty of laughs along the high seas. 

Tickets are on sale for the performance of “Peril on the High Seas,” and are available for $12 each at the Dalhart Area Chamber of Commerce and online at www.larita.org.

 

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BY John Verser
REPORTER

Sales tax numbers in Dalhart showed a decrease in the last reported month, but numbers are still up
slightly over the past year.

A report issued last week by the state comptroller’s office showed the city took in $187,414.91 in sales tax from May 2019, down from $211,819.53 a year ago the same month.

 

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Green takes top honor in local bagging competition

BY John Verser
REPORTER

There’s an art to sacking groceries properly. Kennedy Green happens to have that art down just right. 

 

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BY John Verser
REPORTER

Big changes are in the works for the Dalhart Chamber of Commerce. 

The chamber will soon see a transition in its president and a new director of member services.

 

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BY John Verser
REPORTER

Officials from the Texas Department of Transportation gave a brief presentation on the proposed U.S. Hwy. 54 rehabilitation project at an open house Tuesday night at the Rita Blanca Coliseum. 

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BY Bill Kelly
SPORTS EDITOR

Not many Dalhart High athletes go on to compete in college, and even fewer make it to a Division I university. One of those few is Sydney King, who won the Class 4A State Championship in the pole vault during her senior year in 2015 and has gone on to compete for the University of Oklahoma.

 

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The Dalhart Texan

The emergency drill set for July 11 at Dallam Hartley Counties Hospital District has been postponed. 

 

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The Dalhart Texan

Tim Schafer is the state's EMS Responder of the Year. Schafer, of the Hartley EMS, was given the award at the annual convention of the Texas State Firefighters and Fire Marshals' Association (SFFMA) held in Longview. The organization represents more than 20,000 member in over 1,200 fire departments and EMS organizations statewide. 

 

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THE DALHART TEXAN

The T-N-T Thrift Stores in Dalhart and Dumas will remain open. 

The announcement was made June 28 on the store’s Facebook page.

 

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THE DALHART TEXAN

The Texas Department of Transportation, in conjunction with the City of Dalhart and Hartley and Dallam counties, will conduct an open house regarding the rehabilitation of U.S. 54 through the City of Dalhart on Tuesday, July 9. 

 

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BY John Verser
REPORTER

Ever wonder if you plant winter wheat in untouched ground what will happen?