Saturday, December 20th, 2014

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A divided Clarendon Board of Aldermen threw the brakes on a proposed tax increase for city property owners and eliminated an expansion of health benefits for city employees last week following two contentious public hearings held earlier. City officials were meeting again as the Enterprise went to press Tuesday night where they were expected to […]

Two Donley County criminal cases were resolved when the 100th District Court met in Panhandle September 20, and additional local cases were heard in Childress on September 17. In Panhandle, District Attorney Luke Inman, assisted by Scott Sherwood, prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Larry Mario […]

A new bar has been set after the 18th annual Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff attracted a huge crowd of participants and attendees last Saturday, and last year’s winning cookoff team left again with the bean pot. Officials with the Saints’ Roost Museum, which sponsors the event, said Monday they fed more than 700 people, […]

The Donley County Sheriff’s Department is investigating three break-ins that occurred at local businesses early Tuesday morning, September 25. Sheriff Butch Blackburn says West Texas Gas was broken into about midnight and WootWick’s PitStop and Country Bloomers Flower Shop were also hit. At West Texas Gas and the flower shop, the crooks broke out a […]

Folks came from far and wide, some to cook, some to eat, some to see. Those who came to cook, came in style, too. Seventeen original or restored chuckwagons, accompanied by top shelf cooking teams, gathered around the grounds the Saints’ Roost Museum this past Saturday. Charlie Goodnight, if he were still with us, would […]

By Sandy Anderberg Sophomore Charles Mason was a workhorse for the Broncos in their 33-19 Homecoming stomping over Gruver last Friday night. Mason ran the ball 21 times for 190 yards and four rushing touchdowns from 1, 36, 13, and 86 yards out. Ryan Isbell added to extra point kicks on the night.  “There was […]

By Fred Gray What a difference a year, and a couple of good coaches, makes. Last year, when Hedley played Hart, they were beaten by more than 45 points by the Longhorns. This year, after spotting Hart a six point lead that resulted from a failed onside kick to start the game, the Owls’ defense […]