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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.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Voters will flock to the polls today to decide runoff elections. The only local runoff race on the ballot is the Hartley County Justice of the Peace race, where Beth Bezner Moore will challenge incumbent, Edwyna Womble.

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By JOE WARREN

Earlier in the school year, Dalhart ISD Superintendent John Massey put together a diverse group of about 25 local business leaders, parents and civic leaders to come up with a strategic plan for the district.

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By JOE WARREN

Lincoln Street Baptist Church pastor Rusty Hancock is gearing up for another busy season for feeding Dalhart’s youth during the church’s Summer Feeding Program in July.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

The DISD Board met at 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 20. The results from the May 10 election were certified. There were 475 votes cast.

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By JOE WARREN

Holidays in the newspaper business, even twice-weekly papers, usually mean we have to adjust our schedule, like a lot of businesses, to accommodate for the day off, or just go ahead and work the holiday.

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By JOE WARREN

Its that time of year when area seniors get to walk across the stage and accept their diplomas.

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By JOE WARREN

Dalhart’s Eta Epsilon Sorority has had a very busy year. And due to the civic and social club’s efforts, many area families are much better off.

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By JOE WARREN

Flower thieves have hit the beautiful gardens in Veteran’s Memorial Park on 7th Street again, this time around they made off with flowers and other greenery from the main flower garden in the center of the park, in broad daylight.

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By JOE WARREN

Students in three Exploring Careers classes Coach Bryanna Albert teaches at the Jr. High School learned a valuable lesson recently when they were challenged to make a buck. They were challenged to be entrepreneurs.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

The DISD Board will meet today, Tuesday, May 20 at 4 p.m. They have a long agenda to take action on and they will canvass and certify the results of the May 10 school trustee election.

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By Sylvia Renick

If sunny beaches, bathing beauties and ocean adventure herald summer for you and your family, look no further than Dalhart this Memorial Weekend

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

City Council met Tuesday night May, 13. There were four Council members sworn in after the canvass committee composed of Danny Smallwood, chairman, Lola Barrow and Joe Garcia who reported the Ward 2 vote was correct, Ronnie Hanbury 119 and Clinton Hale, 187.

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Janette Goodwin received the distinguished Beta Sigma Phi Sorority’s Woman of the Year award during the club’s Founders Day Banquet.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

In Texas, when you do not garner a majority of the vote a runoff election takes place to determine the winner based on the candidate who wins my a majority.

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By SARAH LOBLEY

About twenty-five miles northwest of Dalhart and eleven miles southeast of Texline on Highway 87, a dilapidated red brick building with yawning doorways and dark, empty windows stands on the north side of the highway just past two signs declaring “Severe Crosswinds” and “Perico.”

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While nine out of 10 Texans buckle up, too many drivers and passengers continue to risk injury or death by not using seat belts.