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Because of Dalhart’s unique location at the intersection of three major highways and two major railroads, the city has some unique needs. Who should care for people who are hitchhiking or “riding the rails” and need a warm place to sleep? Who should provide for that family that had some unexpected expenses on their trip and only need a tank full of gasoline to get back home?

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Come enjoy Ron Hill’s play about six ladies set in Harmony Fellowship Hall in any town USA

By JOE WARREN

The La Rita Performing Arts Theatre’s 2014 season is opening this month with ‘Ladies of Harmony,’ a play  written by Ron Hill, and tickets are on sale now at the Dalhart Chamber of Commerce.

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The annual High Plains Irrigation Conference will be held Jan. 16 in the Regency Room of the Amarillo Civic  Center, 401 S. Buchanan St., Amarillo. The program, hosted by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas Agricultural Irrigation Association, will address a wide variety of topics of interest to the general public, as  well as to agricultural producers, landowners, crop consultants and irrigation professionals, said Dr. Dana Porter, program coordinator and AgriLife Extension agricultural engineering specialist- irrigation and water management, Lubbock.

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The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Dalhart Unit conducted graduation ceremonies for its Winter  2013 Correctional Officer Cadet Pre-Service class on Dec. 17 at the Wells Fargo Community Center.

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By JOE WARREN

Goodbodies Fitness Center manager Amy Gonzales wants to push you to be a big loser this year. In a good way. Gonzales is challenging everyone with her Biggest Loser Weight Loss Challenge.

 

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By JOE WARREN

One of the premier events of the year is right around the corner. The Bi-County Jr. Livestock Show starts  Thursday Jan., 16, with the annual sale Saturday, Jan., 18 in the Rita Blanca Coliseum.

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By JOE WARREN

The loud blasts or reported explosions you may have been hearing this week are not really explosions but someone using a propane cannon to chase off black birds according to Dalhart Fire Chief Curtis Brown.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

A ground breaking ceremony in the near future, will be held at Coon Memorial Hospital for the beginning of a big improvement in a new Emergency Center.

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By JOE WARREN

Dalhart City Administrator James Stroud is a busy man running the day to day operations of the City of Dalhart and 2014 will be no different as projects are in the works for many improvements around town.

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Isabel Fraire is the first baby born at Coon Memorial Hospital in 2014. Her parents are Blanca Goytia and Rodolfo Fraire, both of Dalhart. Isabel came into the world a healthy, 8 lbs, 1 oz, and is 20 inches long. She joins sisters, Aratchell and Joritsa. Isabel received her first baby of the New Year gift basket from the Coon Memorial Gift Shop for her timely arrival. Congratulations to Blance and Rodolfo and of course our first baby of the New Year, Isabel.

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By JOE WARREN

There has been much talk and confusion about the ever changing mandates to the Affordable Health Care Act more commonly called Obamacare, but the truth is, one simple call can take care of most apprehensions.

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Did you know one of the most unique roofs in the panhandle is right here in Dalhart? That roof is atop the Dalhart Federal Savings and Loan and has stood firm since it was installed in 1963.

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The 2013 Little Mr.
and Miss XIT Pageant
crowned the Annual XIT
Rodeo and Reunion “little”
royalty on Saturday, July
20, at the First Christian
Church in Dalhart, TX.
Chris Bell, President of
XIT Rodeo and Reunion
Director, opened the pageant
with a big Texas welcome.
Bay Jo Wing, son
of Rose and Mike Wing,
was crowned Little Mr.
XIT, and Kadelynn Graham,
daughter of Rebecca
and Chase Graham, was
crowned Little Miss XIT.
The 2013 Little Mr. and Miss XIT Pageant crowned the Annual XIT Rodeo and Reunion “little” royalty on Saturday, July 20, at the First Christian Church in Dalhart, TX. Chris Bell, President of XIT Rodeo and Reunion Director, opened the pageant with a big Texas welcome. Bay Jo Wing, son of Rose and Mike Wing, was crowned Little Mr. XIT, and Kadelynn Graham, daughter of Rebecca and Chase Graham, was crowned Little Miss XIT.

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Nials crowned as the 77th
XIT Rodeo and Reunion Queen
Nials crowned as the 77th XIT Rodeo and Reunion Queen
It was the longest two days of their lives and as each of the three young ladies competing for this year’s title waited to enter the arena for the coronation ceremony, Thursday’s events replayed in their minds. This year’s competition was tight. The contestants bidding for the title were well-deserved.

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Dalhart Mayor, Kevin Caddell announced Thursday, February 14 he will not seek another term as Dalhart’s Mayor. “It’s like Jeff Lloyd said, I’m a terms limit kind of guy.” Caddell has been Mayor for eight years and prior to his stint as Mayor Caddell served on the Dalhart City Council.

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In larger, more populated areas where often, there are several hospitals, the nurses stations in Labor and Delivery buzz with excitement on December 31 as each one draws closer and closer to the New Year’s baby for the city, town or county.

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The 2012 elections results kept local judges busy upon returning from the New Year holiday. Dallam and Hartley Counties had swearing-in ceremonies for their elected officials on Wednesday, January 2.

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A look at the first six months of 2013 in retrospect

As we say goodbye to 2013, and raise our glasses to a new year, it’s a good time to reflect on where we’ve been.

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On December 16, The Hartley County Sheriff’s Office responded to an active shooter in the village limits of Hartley.

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Each winter from December through early March, Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Inland Fisheries Division, in cooperation with participating cities and agencies, stocks more than 250,000 catchable-size rainbow trout in more than 100 locations across Texas.