Posts Tagged ‘history’

Looking Back

In 2014, Perryton will celebrate its 95th birthday. As we usher in the new year, we look back at how Perryton was 100, 95, and 50 years ago. If you have pictures or memories of Perryton and Ochiltree County’s past, feel free to share them on Facebook or in the comments section below! 100 years

December Trivia Quiz

How much do you know about Perryton? Test your knowledge with this month’s five-question trivia quiz!

Archaeological Finds

Have you ever wondered what Native Americans from the pre-settlement era used to hunt buffalo near Perryton? Or what the local prehistoric people ate? You can see artifacts from that and much more on Saturday, April 13, at America’s largest noncommercial artifact show. The Stone Age Fair, held by Courson Archaeological Research at the Museum

All Aboard!

As you’re planning your summer activities, be sure to include a few visits to the Museum of the Plains (1200 N. Main). In addition to its previous exhibits, it now includes a red Santa Fe Railroad caboose. Last August, the museum fulfilled a 30-year mission when it brought in the 62,000-pound caboose. Perryton was formed

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