Archive for May, 2010

Voting Opens for Poster Contest

The Love Where You Live poster contest was a huge success. Overall, we had 113 entries from Perryton students. We loved seeing everyone’s take on Perryton, and we were impressed with the creativity and talent that went into the posters. Although we planned on having five finalists in each category, there were only four entries

Poster Contest Update

Looking for the place to vote on your favorite Love Where You Live poster contest entries? Check back Wednesday for a new section of the site where you can see all the finalists and vote for your top picks in each category.

Panhandle Pioneer Project: Linking Past & Present Generations

June 21 through 24 from 8 a.m. to noon, Courson Archaeological Research (CAR) is hosting “Panhandle Pioneer Project: Linking Past and Present Generations” for kids ages eight and up. The four-day event, which is cosponsored by the Museum of the Plains, will reveal the area’s history, giving students a glimpse of our past. Although events

Fun in the Sun

It might be mild outside today, but soon we’ll be back to our warmer weather that’s typical this time of the year. When you’re looking summer activities and ways to beat the heat, don’t forget about Lake Fryer and Wolf Creek Park. If your kids like fishing, you won’t want to miss this year’s children’s

Perryton Native Signs with the NFL

After Caleb Campbell, a Perryton native, graduated from Perryton High School in 2003, he went to the United States Military Academy at West Point to play football. A talented player, he was captain of the Army football team, two-time defensive MVP, and was the only freshman to be a USA Conference all-conference player. He was

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