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Perrin 100th Homecoming School Reunion nears
The town of Perrin is gearing up for the city-wide celebration of Perrin Independent School District's 100th anniversary.
Of passings and the importance of VFDs
We received a total of 3 inches of much-needed rain last week.
Welcome soaking rains fall out Perrin way, fundraiser set
As of Wednesday morning, we have received about 3 inches of rain.
Fireworks, VBS and rain on the 10th?
It sounds like we’re in for some hot days in the next few weeks, but that’s not surprising, since we’re almost into July and it’s expected.
Summer nutrition and ‘100 Years of Perrin’
Wasn’t that rain nice? I think officially we got a little over 2 and one-half inches and we have a chance for more on Wednesday.
Computer woes, free eats & VBS
If anyone is contemplating purchasing a new computer, they need to contact me. I’ve had nothing but trouble with my new purchase.
Perrin ISD students win first place in ‘Battle of the Books’ contest
Congratulations to Perrin-Whitt for winning first place in the “Battle of the Books,” sponsored by Travis Elementary School Mineral Wells.
Perrin first-graders given free dental kits by local Masons
PERRIN—All first-graders at Perrin Elementary recently received free prevent tooth decay kits through the Fantastic Teeth Fan Club. Nelson Parker, a member of Perrin Masonic Lodge, organized the effort.
Graham: many proud family members
Graham Dennis Stowell was born April 9 at 7:54 a.m. at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lonetree, Colo. Graham weighed 5 lbs. 11 oz. and was 18.5” long. His parents are Dennis and Sherri-Jo (Keener) Stowell of Aurora, Colo. Sherri-Jo is originally from Perrin.
Out and about in Perrin
For the third year in a row, Jake Hall has advanced to the State UIL meet.
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