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Hybrid corn was the topic of discussion at the Hotel Pattee for the weekly luncheon meeting of the Perry Kiwanis Club. David Thompson, national sales and marketing director for Stine Seed Co., presented a program on high-density corn. Thompson has...
Although Valentine's Day passed a couple of weeks ago, honey was still the topic of discussion at the weekly meeting of the Perry Kiwanis. Curt Bronnenberg of Spring Valley Honey Farms visited the club's lunchtime gathering to discuss raising...
A chilly Thursday evening made the perfect background for the Redfield United Methodist Men's Breakfast Supper held Thursday evening in the American Legion Hall in Redfield. The menu included several varieties of eggs and omelets, stacks of pancakes and other...
The Perry United Methodist Women presented their special mission recognition award to three individuals at the morning worship service Sunday, Jan. 22. Perry First United Methodist Women (UMW) President Cathy Clark and Secretary and UMW member Marilyn Schirman presented the...
The Dallas County Hospital has been an expanding and developing as a community center and public resource for many years. Recently, Dallas County Hospital Chief Executive Officer Angela Mortoza, Support Services Manger Julie Smith and Chief Clinical Officer Tonya Summerson...
This is part two of my memories of Pegasus covering PHS varsity football for 20 seasons. I remember only missing three Perry Varsity football games since 1999. In 2000 I went to Romania. Dan Haymond recorded that game for Pegasus. In...
The 2016 Perry High School varsity football season ended Oct. 21. This marked the 20th season that I have worked on this sport for PEGASUS, the non-profit public access TV station found on channels 12 and 121-1 on the...
Farming is a vital part of the world's food supply. The Perry Kiwanis Club learned Tuesday about farming's role in feeding the world from local farmer and 25-year Perry Kiwanian Tom Vincent, who addressed the weekly luncheon group about...
About 60 first graders from the Perry Elementary School ventured forth with their teachers on last week's cold Friday morning in order to entertain the residents of the Perry Health Care Center. The facility's residents gathered an hour before the...
Perry Community School District Superintendent Lynn Ubben stopped by the Hotel Pattee Tuesday to visit with the Perry Kiwanis during their weekly lunch meeting. Ubben discussed the Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL) up for a vote that day. PPEL...