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Downtown Dalhart will come a live Saturday, September 14 at 6 p.m. with the Annual Keep the Shine on Denrock Block Party. Lusk Onion Company will add a new twist to this year’s festival in the street. A huge pumpkin grown locally by the Lusk’s will be located at the Dalhart Area Chamber of Commerce booth.

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This week’s winner of the public picks was Brandon Judd. He got eight out of 10 picks correct to claim the $50 from First National Bank.

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My move to Pennsylvania has opened new opportunities to travel to near-by adventure spots!  This past week I made the five hour drive to Michigan, my home state, to visit with my only sister and her family.  She gave a lot of thought to the sights she wanted me to see close to her home near Detroit.

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Golden Wolves drop Dumas 34-28 behind Diaz’ 100-yard game

By THOMAS LOTT

The Dalhart Golden Wolves got their season off to a 2-0 start with a 34-28 win over the Dumas Demons on Friday night behind a solid running game and opportunistic play on the defensive side of the ball.

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By JOE WARREN

Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of purple and gold this week as the community celebrates Homecoming week at the school and around town. The Golden Wolves take on the Bushland Falcons Friday for the Homecoming matchup with kickoff slated for 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Stadium.

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Dalhart Federal Savings & Loan SSB is happy to announce the addition of Rodney White as Executive Vice President.   White has served as a director for Dalhart Federal since 2005.Rodney a Dalhart High School graduate in 1969 also graduated from Texas Tech University in 1973 with a degree in marketing.

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By JOE WARREN
Publisher

Area artists definitely have talent. Artistic ability is evident when you step into the XIT Museum this month for the Dalhart Area Fine Art Association annual showing.

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By JOE WARREN
Publisher

If you are ready to have a fun filled family night, mark down Saturday, Sept. 14, on  your calendar as officials at the Chamber of Commerce and the City of Dalhart are planning the annual Block Party with plenty of new, and some of the old popular events, all in the works.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Dalhart was incorporated in 1901 as the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway came west and intersected the Fort Worth and Denver Railroad.

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Rusty Gilmore receives the prize money as the winning contestant of the first week’s football contest, and he has decided to donate his winnings to the fund for the Decade of Dominance weekend that takes place next week. It was a highly competitive week with six people picking all 10 games correctly.

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By REV. JUDI WIEGMAN

When my kiddos were growing up there were times when the schedule was varied and harried!  There were little kids, middle size kids and grown up kids.  One of their favorite evening meals was called “scraps.”  We would gather in the kitchen, assemble chunks of ham and cheese, Bologna, pineapple, grapes, olives and pickles, apple wedges, raisins and miniature Marshmallows.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG
The Dalhart Independent School Board (DISD) adopted their budget and tax rate in a meeting Tuesday night. Shelley Tubbs who is a financial administrator is part time with DISD. She works five days a month and will for the next 12 months. She is on loan from another school district.

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The 2nd Annual Shot and Scramble Red Neck Bar-B-Q at the Dalhart Country Club was held on Labor Day Weekend.

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FOR THE DALHART TEXAN

The United Family, their partners and suppliers raised a record $250,000 – including $4,118.96 for Dallam-Hartley Counties United Way – at the 22nd annual Jacky Pierce Charity Classic Aug. 25-26 at The Rawls Course in Lubbock.

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By ZELDA BETH LANG

Floyd McNeill was born in 1874 in Tupelo, Miss. At age 13, and just finishing the 6th grade, his father was hit by lightening and killed. He quit school and for the next 10 years he was breadwinner for his mother and three younger siblings.

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Bishop blesses  Saint Anthony’s Activity Center

By JOE WARREN
Publisher

Bishop Patrick Zurek, of the Roman Catholic Dioceses  of Amarillo, was in Dalhart visiting Saint Anthony’s Church building dedication to bless the parishioners and the newly acquired facility.
“It’s nice to see all the children here,” Bishop ‘Zurek said. “One of the most significant uses of this building is for you and your continued education in your faith.”

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By THOMAS LOTT

It’s that time of year again. Football season is approaching and that means one thing: Rodney White has a bulls-eye on his back.
The Anspacher employee is the three-time defending champion of the Fearless Foursome and he is back looking for a four-peat.

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By JOE WARREN
Publisher

It may go down as one of the worst allergy seasons in a couple of decades, and area health providers have good evidence to back up that claim.

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Rates are down but evaluations are up

STAFF

City Council met on Tuesday night and made a presentation by Mayor Kurtis Thomas to Dyllon Orthman of a plaque with a large gold key to the City on the top. The plaque also included his name and information about his lawn mowing and fundraising to benefit the people of Moore, Okla.

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By REV. JUDI WIEGMAN

Ever get tired of waiting for an answer to come?  I do.  I don’t like to hurry up and wait.  Playing the waiting game is like looking at a wrapped package, but not being able to open it immediately.