Opiela announces $1 million cash on hand
Eric Opiela has now raised over $1 million in his campaign for Texas Agriculture Commissioner, the campaign announced...
Students recognized with ‘D’ Force program
Dalhart High School Assistant Principal Jeff Hutton is usually the person at the school to get involved when a student steps-out-of-line.
Johnson receives FFA National Award
Courtney Johnson, Junior Student at WTAMU in Canyon and her parents, Mike and Martha (Ford) Johnson of Eads, CO. were...
50-year old landmark gets new top
Texan Photo by Thomas Lott
Did you know one of the most unique roofs in the panhandle is right here in Dalhart? That roof is atop the Dalhart Federal...
Rain pattern moves through Dalhart
Dallam and Hartley Counties received some much needed rain overnight on Thursday and, according to Andrew Moulton a Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Amarillo...
Buying a car? Don’t forget your ID
Dallam and Hartley County residents purchasing a vehicle in Texas must now show a proper form of identification to obtain a...
New laws for farmers and ranchers
New law requires farmers and ranchers to show proof of eligibility for plates, excess weight permits...
Principal creating college culture for students
There is a new and exciting culture being expanded at Dalhart High School. It’s one of higher learning and encouragement to students to further their education past...
Punkin’ Chunkin’ helps students study physics
Texan Photo by Joe Warren
Students in Melissa Ritchy’s physics class at Dalhart High School designed and built apparatuses to hurl projectiles across the school grounds ...
Gas prices fall avg. 6 cents in Texas
Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 6.3 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.03/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey...
All Hallows Eve shaping up to be spooky spread Downtown
Halloween is almost here so you better be putting the final touches on your costumes and decorating that pumpkin. There is no time for procrastination...
Amarillo business woman stumps in Dalhart for political campaign
Amarillo Financial Planner, Elaine Hays is running for U.S. Congress against U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry.
Fake money passed in Dalhart
Texan Photos by Joe Warren
Counterfeit money is being passed in Dalhart according to Chief of Police Gary Sinclair, so be on the lookout. He said there is an instance where a counterfeit $50 was passed at a local business.
Dalhart Law Enforcement Students Take to the Streets
This school year the Advanced Law Enforcement students at Dalhart High School have been given the opportunity to see what it is really like to be a Police Officer in Dalhart, TX. For the first time this year Dalhart High School offered a Law Enforcement Practicum class for the Advanced Law Enforcement Students.
No black or white cat adoptions
Dalhart Animal Wellness Group and Sanctuary (DAWGS) that has many animal shelters and rescue groups have placed a freeze on all adoptions for black and white cats until after Halloween. Many shelters have reported hearing horror stories of these cats and kittens being tortured and killed in connection with the candy filled holiday.
Council met Tuesday
City Council met Tuesday evening in a very short meeting. There were four agenda items all approved.
Keeping our public water system safe
In an effort to comply with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and to keep Dalhart’s public water system safe from potential contamination, the city is implementing a plan that will affect businesses and some homeowners.
Special STEM program engages students with Robotics
With the help of a $10,000 grant from the Dalhart Education Foundation, the Dalhart Junior High School sixth grade math and science students will learn hands-on, highly technological programing through a robotics program offered by something they are familiar with. Legos.
Gov. shutdown affects school food programs
The government shutdown will have an impact on Dalhart ISD as much of its funding comes from the federal government but how much of an impact is still unclear according to Superintendent John Massey.
Cattle Raisers Urge Texans to Approve Prop. 6 in Constitutional Election
The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) urges ranchers and landowners to vote in favor of Proposition 6 during the Nov. 5 Constitutional Election. Texans can participate in early voting, which begins Oct. 21 and runs through Nov. 1.