Monday, October 23rd, 2017

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George Edward Bulman, Jr., 81, died May 23, 2010, in Canyon. Services were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 26 at the First United Methodist Church in Canyon with Rev. John McClean, pastor, and Rev. Marty Hamrick, associate pastor at Polk Street United Methodist Church, officiating. Services were under the arrangement of Brooks Funeral Directors. […]

Christopher Andrew Chamberlain, 31, died Sunday, May 23, 2010, in Clarendon. Services were held at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 26, 2010, in the First United Methodist Church in Clarendon, with Commissioned Lay Pastor, Nancy Ruff, officiating. Burial followed at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon. Services were under the arrangement of Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon. […]

Eight local organizations are deciding what to do with some big checks after receiving a share of almost $82,000 distributed by the Donley County Commissioners’ Court last month. The 100th Judicial District Adult Probation Department presented the money to the county on February 8. It was one-fifth of the donations collected from participants in lieu […]

Hedley High School officials have announced the honor graduates for the Class of 2010. This year’s valedictorian is Dylan Pettit with a GPA of 95.4, and Kailee Burton is the salutatorian with a GPA of 94.2. They will both be honored during commencement exercises this Thursday evening at 8:00. Pettit is the son of Tanja […]

One in four adults over the age of 25 in the Texas Panhandle has no high school diploma. Addressing that alarming statistic from the US Census Bureau has become a priority at Clarendon College, which has launched the Cooperative Access Network (CAN) to coordinate resources and help people to help themselves. “Our goal is for […]

Clarendon High School’s recent jailbird lockup project to raise funds for the PEAK Scholarship Program took in approximately $10,000 before several jailbirds were released from a temporary cell last Tuesday evening, May 18. The cage for the jailbirds was set up along the highway in front of Country Bloomers Flowers & Gifts. Jailbirds reaching or […]

A great baseball season was just a few errors away from being an even better season as the Area Champions fell to Stamford in the last two games of the two-out-of-three series last weekend in the Regional Quarterfinals. The Broncos, who finished the season with an outstanding 19-6 record, took the first game 1-0 last […]

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