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Frank Phillips College is proud to welcome Ilene Walton as Director of the Dalhart Center beginning January 27. Ilene grew up in Southern California, has been married to her husband for 25 years and has four children. She and her family...

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Dalhart City Council met Tuesday evening, January 28. Several items were discussed that the council has pending and Council Members were asked to consider these items.

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Call it a treasure hunt, or an electronic version of hide and seek, geocaching is gaining popularity and has made its way into Dalhart...

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By JOE WARREN

Dyllon and Kendra Orthman, two Intermediate school students in Dalhart, are raising money to build a playground for their school.

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Also looking for nominations for Person, Volunteer and Ag Family of the Year

It is time once again for Dalhart to select a Citizen of the year for 2013. Since 1950, the Chamber of Commerce has honored a local citizen by selecting them as the Citizen of the Year. The general public, as always, is invited to submit nominations for this award. A nominee may be from an organization or someone from the community at large. Nominations must be in written form, stating the reason(s), accomplishments, and merits of the nominee. The 2012 Honoree was Don Gilbert.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Wednesday 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 on the ballot. This is for first time candidates and incumbents.

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Man walking the world stops in Dalhart

By JOE WARREN

Dalhart resident Joachim Treptow noticed Karl Bushby alongside the road somewhere between Springer and  Clayton, New Mexico when the Treptow’s were on their way for a weekend in Red River.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Pray Dalhart” is an endeavor conceived by the Dalhart Ministerial Alliance and now is being worked on by seven Dalhart Churches.

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Elections set to begin on Wednesday

By ZELDA BETH LANG

Sign up to put you name on the ballot for the City and School election is on Wednesday, January 29.

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State races highly contested on both sides of the political spectrum

By JOE WARREN

The Texas Secretary of State’s office and Dallam and Hartley County Clerks have all state and local primary election races set.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

It was announced Tuesday morning by Coon Memorial Hospital officials of a one way street on 16th, just South of the present Emergency Room.

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By PAULA NUSZ

Coon Memorial Home hosted a Soup Spectacular on Tuesday, January 14, 2014.

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Young Eagles learn from the past things about the future

By THOMAS LOTT

Students at Channing High School got a very unique opportunity this last week. It’s an opportunity not very  many students or anyone else for that matter gets in their lifetime.

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Wreck east of Dalhart kills two, injures five

By JOE WARREN

Two Omega Delta PhI Fraternity brothers were killed and five people were injured Friday when the 2006  Chevrolet Impala Victor Manuel Maldonado (18) was driving collided with a Freightliner semi-truck tractor towing a 2012 Vanguard semi-trailer at 8:30 a.m. six miles east of Dalhart on US 54.

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Justice of the peace, senior trooper address distracted driving with students

By JOE WARREN

Hartley County Justice of the Peace, Edwyna Womble along with Chris Ray, a senior trooper with the Texas  Department of Public Safety (DPS) were at Dalhart High School last week speaking to Bitsy Jeffers’ driving  education classes about starting their driving careers off successfully.

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By JOE WARREN

It’s a long drive on a road well-traveled getting here, but for a lot of Texans, Dalhart is a great destination. In fact, it’s in their top 40 places to visit in the entire state.

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By JOE WARREN

If you ask city sanitation employees how well Dalhart citizens use the recycling program, you will get mixed answers. Some do very well, some do not says long time sanitation employee David Gonzales.

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Committee looks to do the due diligence

By JOE WARREN

The City of Dalhart has been approached by a company called Tascosa Land to lease city land and mineral rights next to Rita Blanca Lake and Park.

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By JOE WARREN

Dalhart City Administrator James Stroud is busy with three different utility rate cases in which he and officials at the City of Amarillo are fighting two utility companies in hopes to keep user rates under control.

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$386 million in enhancement projects boost reliability, capacity and economic prospects

Xcel Energy is seeking a base rate increase for Texas retail customers to support investments that improve electric reliability and capacity while providing area communities an economic boost from dozens of regional construction projects.