Click for the latest Dalhart weather forecast.

Archives

Page 1 of 154  > >>

Posted by: tdt -

The Dalhart Area Chamber and City of Dalhart invite everyone to “come join the fun” at the 14th Annual “Keep the Shine on Denrock” Downtown Block Party.

Posted by: tdt -

By For the Texan

Who says there is no such thing as a free lunch? Local Pizza Hut franchisee announces recognition lunch for First Responders.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG

In any given year some area or areas of the country will be impacted by a natural disaster of some sort or another.

Posted by: tdt -

By JOE WARREN

The La Rita Performing Arts Theatre in Dalhart is hosting world-renowned flutist and Dalhart native, Helen Blackburn and Friends. The event is one night only, slated to take Center Stage on Saturday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m. at the La Rita Theatre.

Posted by: tdt -

By JOE WARREN

Texas Dist. 31 Senator Kel Seliger hosted a Town Hall meeting in Dalhart Tuesday to update people on issues facing Texas.

Posted by: tdt -

Rick Simms, a jailer at Dallam/Hartley Counties Jail at the time, was arrested Monday Sept. 1 by Dalhart Police Department after a warrant was issued for alleged burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit theft. The incident happened at a home on Hillcrest.

Posted by: tdt -

For the Texan

On Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 10 a.m., Cecil Ingram, former owner of Ingram’s Flight Service in Dalhart, landed his 1946 Ercoupe at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport for the last time.

Posted by: tdt -

By JOE WARREN

Area artists definitely have talent and love what they do — this is evident by the work currently being displayed at the XIT Museum all month long. Artistic ability is abundant when you step into the XIT Museum this month for the Dalhart Area Fine Art Association annual showing.

Posted by: tdt -

For the Texan

“40 Days for Life – the nation’s most innovative,peaceful prayer outreach – is coming to Dalhart,” said Julie Grant, who is coordinating the local campaign.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG

The Dallam – Hartley Hospital District Board met Wednesday, August 27, at noon for a regular board meeting to set a proposed tax rate prior to the regular meeting. Following a discussion concerning keeping rate the same rate or raising it two-cents, the Board verbally agreed to leave the rate the same.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG

The Dalhart ISD Board met Thursday night, August 28, for a hearing on the 2014/2015 budgets and proposed tax rate.

Posted by: tdt -

By JOE WARREN

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, a promotion that has taken over social media in the past month, has hit Dalhart ISD. XIT School Principal Derek Hollingsworth accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from the entire student body Friday and in front of all of the students sat while Ty Thaxton and Kaileigh Martin dumped a huge bucket of ice water over him.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG

State Senate District 31 Senator Kel Seliger, of Amarillo, will be conducting town hall meetings in preparation for the 84th Texas Legislature that convenes in January.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG

Dalhart ISD announced the school calendar for the new school year complete with comp, bad weather days and holidays. DISD teachers have already had Staff Development Days which were August 18-22, with another staff development day slated for May 30, 2015.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG with some reporting by JOE WARREN

City Council met Tuesday night, August 26 and held a public hearing to consider proposed tax rate of $.3239 per $100 of taxable property value for the next budget year. There were no comments from the public.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will hold two public meetings on Thursday, September 25. Both meetings will be at the Rita Blanca Coliseum from 6 to 8 p.m.

Posted by: tdt -

For the Texan

As the academic year begins, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding all drivers to watch out for children walking to and from school or waiting for school buses. Drivers must also follow all traffic laws related to school buses and school zones.

Posted by: tdt -

High cattle markets and lingering drought conditions have beef producers continually planning to maximize their assets – water, grass and cattle.

Posted by: tdt -

By ZELDA BETH LANG

The Good Citizen’s Program for students in seven area towns has started with the new school year. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) local and area chapter Molino de Viento sponsors this series.

Posted by: tdt -

By JOE WARREN

Jena May Thompson knew something was not right Friday morning as she lay in bed with her dog Mirage, who is not only her pet, but a service dog. Mirage helps Jena whenever a seizure is coming on or when she’s having one.