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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Ronnie Hanbury has signed up to run for City Council Ward 2. He signed up last week according to City Secretary Francis Childress.

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Massey says ‘district will tighten their belts’ until the fund is back at a state mandated operating level

By JOE WARREN

Dalhart ISD officials are having to set aside money to pay back a reserve fund item to the tune of $2 million. According to the administration, the financial glitch appears to be due to past state reimbursement issues, and  where the funds were booked into the system.

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By JOE WARREN

The Dalhart Police Department has always been diligent about performing security checks for the business community at night, but now they are stepping up the service a bit says the chief.

 

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Two varsity football players use team concept to capture berth at the big debate dance

By JOE WARREN

Antonio Galdean a senior and his debate partner Waylon Bucher a juniorwill represent Dalhart High School in team debate at the State Meet after qualifying at the district meet.

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The incumbent state senator campaigning for reelection to Texas Senate District 31

By JOE WARREN

Texas Senator (Dist 31) incumbent Kel Seliger (R) made a trip through Dalhart last week to talk about current issues locals have with the Texas government. The whistle-stop was fittingly held at the Loose Caboose on  Denrock in the morning then the senator hosted a lunch meeting for those who only had time over the lunch-hour.

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By JOE WARREN

Republican incumbent,  U.S. Representative from Texas Mac Thornberry made a campaign stop in Dalhart  Monday morning to talk about issues that face the constituents of the U.S. 13th congressional district.

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Mayor to set committee to advise on bed tax fund usage

By JOE WARREN

Dalhart Mayor Kurtis Thomas said in the city council meeting last week that he intends to put together a committee to help decide where to put an emphasis on spending Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) funds.

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This young man landed a Rainbow Trout at the fishing pond at Rita Blanca Park on Sunday. The warm weather made for some good fishing on the pond.

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The continuation of the Trans-Pecos Pronghorn Restoration Project progressed with another successful relocation of almost 100 pronghorn recently.

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The Harrington String Quartet is coming back to the La Rita Theatre for one wonderful performance on Saturday, Feb. 22. Tickets are on sale at the Dalhart Chamber of Commerce for $10. Get your tickets early because this show will sell out quickly.

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City Administrator wants council to take deep look into well plan

By JOE WARREN

Dalhart City Administrator James Stroud is concerned about the city’s ability to supply its citizens with enough water as Dalhart grows.

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Locals experiencing traffic jam at driver’s license office, Major delays when applying for driving credentials

By JOE WARREN

If you want to get or renew your driver’s license in Dalhart…wait in line. The local Department of Public Safety Driver’s License Division is staffed here in Dalhart one time a month for less than eight hours so the wait to renew or get a license locally is a long one.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Early voting for the March 4 Primary County and State Elections will be conducted in the office of the Dallam County Clerk, Dallam County Courthouse. Hours to early vote are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning on Tuesday, February 18 and ending on Friday, February 28.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

January 29, is the first day to sign up for a place on the City Council or the School Board. A person wishing to serve either on the Council or DISD Board has until February 28 to decide if they want to sign up to be reelected or a first time candidate.

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Texline rallies to help cancer patients

By JOE WARREN

It was a total ‘Pink Out’ Friday evening in Texline at the home basketball game against Happy showing support for Debbie Brame a former resident of Texline who lost her battle to cancer last week prior to the event.

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Jesse Torres celebrates milestone as KXIT’s Program Director

By JOE WARREN

Jesse Torres is a home town boy. He grew up here in Dalhart graduating high school in 1986 -- he loves his home town, and his job. So it’s only fitting Jesse is the voice of Dalhart and the mainstay at the local radio station, KXIT.

 

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By JOE WARREN

Julie Sherbert joined the staff of medical providers at the Dalhart Family Medicine Clinic, a division of the Dallam Hartley Counties Hospital District and Coon Memorial Hospital. Sherbert comes from Lubbock and recently earned her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Texas Tech.

 

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

The Dallam-Hartley District Hospital Board met Thursday night, January 30.

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Fires and bursting water pipes keeps fire department busy

By JOE WARREN

It’s been cold outside, very cold. With temperatures in the single digits, the Dalhart Fire Department has been very busy on a number of calls this week. From a fire started by a space heater that burned a Dalhart home to the ground to broken water pipes, below freezing temperatures that have hit the Panhandle  wreaking havoc on the area and keeping the local fire department jumping.

 

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To help producers understand and manage their way through volatile markets using a variety of marketing tools such as futures and options, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Risk Management Agency will offer a one-day “Intro to Futures and Options” workshop at six locations across three months.