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City Manager resigns!

Stacey Norris

Dalhart City Council members unanimously accepted City Manager Stacey Norris’ resignation following a closed session that lasted over an hour Friday morning. The special council meeting, which was called to consider only Norris state of employment, began with citizen comments from two city employees, both of whom spoke in support of their leader. Finance clerk Valerie Trujillo said that she was a Dalhart native who has “watched this small city grow” under Norris’ helm, with improvement in parks, new vehicles for the police department, and the Economic Development Corporation. “I don’t work for Stacey – I work with her,” she concluded.

 




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Cunningham to lead Brick Street Center

The Board of Directors of the Brick Street Community Center in Dalhart is excited to announce the new Executive Director, Glenda Cunningham. She will begin March 1 and take over from current director Joyce Bezner in early summer. In 2022, the board developed a new strategic plan for sustainability of the Center and service to the Dalhart community. In 2023, the name was changed from Dalhart Senior Citizens Association to the Brick Street Community Center. The board’s vision is to serve all generations and to create a community center that everyone can come to and enjoy.

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Hartley County officials join effort for greater safety

Hartley County Commissioners worked to make the area safer Monday morning at their regular meeting in Channing, authorizing three law enforcement expenditures at the recommendation of Sheriff Chanze Fowler.

 

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