Community

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The Canadian Arts Alliance is inviting theatre lovers to join them for dinner, drinks, and death-in-the-dark on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12-13. A cast of thousands from the Community Theatre
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Artist Doug Ricketts selected for exhibit Artist Doug Ricketts of Lipscomb is one of 29 artists whose work will be featured in “Postcards from the High Plains,” an upcoming exhibition
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The Tape Art Crew is back on WTAMU’s campus. And they’re taking over Mary Moody Northen Hall for the second time to kick off the “Best of the Best” season—a
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The Canadian River Beach Club is celebrating its 11th Annual Calf Fry, Barbeque, Cookoff, and Beach Party on Saturday, Sept. 28. The event is IBCA-sanctioned and will be set up

School

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The Perryton Rangers swept Canadian’s seventh, eighth and JV teams in the turf war last week. The seventh grade Wildcats lost by a score of 32-0 to start the season
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The Cats are 3-0 heading into the season’s fourth week, and on the surface, things look great. Canadian is picked to win district and ranked second in most state polls.
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SCREEN TIME AT SCHOOL is quickly becoming a new battlefield. Parents object to their children spending hours at school learning on computers. The tug of war between parents and school
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The Canadian boys and girls cross-country teams will travel to Perryton this weekend to compete in the Wolf Creek Invitational at Lake Fryer. “All of these meets are just live

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