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By ZELDA BETH LANG

The City of Dalhart will again be providing Cleo Jenkins and Bonnie DeJarnett Scholarships to Dalhart and area students, announces Frances Childers, City Secretary.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

First Flight, a fully licensed air ambulance company that was based in Dalhart since July of 2014, will no longer be servicing the Dalhart Area, and has not since the beginning of 2015.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Over the course of the past three weeks, a dozen confirmed salmonella cases in Dallam and Hartley Counties have the Texas Department of State Health Services and residents scratching their heads wondering what the source is.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

The students and staff at four of Dalhart’s campuses have once again stepped up to show their support for a fellow DISD family diagnosed with cancer.

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FOR THE TEXAN

School Choice Week starts today in Texas and across America. Throughout the Week, which runs until January 31, there will be 801 school choice events across the Lone Star State.

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FOR THE TEXAN

Terri Hein has been selected as an area representative by the 2015 Golden Nail Awards Committee. Golden Nail Awards Gala planners are now seeking nominations from a 12 city area of those who have provided extraordinary support for the fine arts in the Texas Panhandle during 2014.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

For the first time in Girl Scout history, gluten-free cookies will be available nationwide from most Girl Scout councils. Two new gluten-free offerings include Toffee-tastic, a buttery cookies with toffee bits, and Trios, made with real peanut butter, chocolate chips, and whole grain oats.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Sean Riley stepped into his new role as St. Anthony School’s newest principal this semester. Replacing former principal Melissa Meneses, he understands the shoes are big to fill, but strongly desires a smooth transition for the students and staff at St. Anthony.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

The DISD School Board met Tuesday, January 20 for a regular meeting. Several parents and residents were present to thank the school board members and give kudos for the work they do.

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By THOMAS LOTT

Dalhart got hit with its weekly winter storm starting on Wednesday and the XIT City and it’s surrounding areas got covered in snow starting Wednesday morning.

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By THOMAS LOTT

Summers are a time for students to kick back relax and take a break from responsibilities, stress and drama that goes on during the school year.

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Dalhart city officials support underpass construction project

 

By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

The Texas Department of Transportation (Tx-DOT) conducted a public hearing Tuesday at Dalhart City Hall to present the final proposal of the US 87 Railroad Underpass Project.

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Four deserving students each received a $2,500 scholarship for their participation in 4-H and FFA.

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FOR THE TEXAN

A day each of in-season and summer crops information and cotton talks will highlight the annual Red River Crops Conference on Jan 27-28 in Childress.

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FOR THE TEXAN

On Tuesday, January 13th, Clift Land Auctions held a successful auction in Dumas, Texas. Up for sale was the Front Range Dairy and 980 + acres of highly productive irrigated farmland.


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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

A head-on collision occurred Friday, January 16 on a privately owned roadway on Larsen Farms.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

Texas drivers will soon see a change in the vehicle inspection process. Beginning March 1, 2015, the ‘Two steps one sticker’ promotion will roll out, taking the sticker off windshields and making them available electronically.

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By THOMAS LOTT

There may not be a busier time of year in Dalhart than during the Annual Bi- County Junior Livestock Show.

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FOR THE TEXAN

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Monday on IH-40, yielding 175 pounds of marijuana valued at over $631,000.

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By IVY HOLLINGSWORTH

As a city girl transplanted in stock show country, I have very limited knowledge of everything that goes on at a stock show, much less anything behind the scenes. I met with Wade Lenz, the Bi-County Junior Livestock Show President and got a fast education on a topic he is more than qualified to teach.