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The Clarendon Enterprise May 10, 2007 weather re ort Student Council names winners A PROUD PAST WITH A SOLII) FUTURE of talent show The 6th Annual CHS Student Council Talent Show benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital" took place on Monday, April 30, and raised $323 for the hospital. The talent presented and the community support for the show was outstanding. The winners were: Elementary - Primary: 1st Colt Wood, 2rid Tyler paul, 3rd TayloR Knorpp and Blayne Layton. Elementary - Intermediate: 1st Austin Lowry, 2nd Jacy Hill, 3rd Minnie, Albert and Tessa Buckhaults, Savannah Topper and Jacy Hill Ashlee and Roger Estlack of The Clarendon Enterprise stand with Junior High: 1st Elizabeth Laurie Brown and Mary Smithee of The Canadian Record. The papers O'Rear, 2rid Savannah Harkness and tied for the top honors at the Panhandle Press Assocition convention Brooklyn Bailey, and 3rd Kristen Watson and Amber Keelin Saturday. Enterprise Photo/AnndriaKidd High School: 1st Audrey Jones, 2rid Katie Askew, and 3rd Brad Hagood. lare on, I Support your hometown businesses. JOEY & BRENDA LEE PO Box 189 Clarendon, TX 79226-0189 806/874-2130 FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Stanley Chevrolet Kimbery Edwards Cell: (806)-382-7801 Office: (806)-874-3527 Day Date ~ Low Pert Mon 30 80 53 Tues 1 75 56 Wed 2 77 55 Thur 3 72 55 1.61" Fri 4 77 54 Sat 5 89 63 Sun 6 84 58 T Total precipitation this month: 2.21" Total precipitation to date: 9~.2" Total precipitation in May last year: 2257" Total YTD last year: .5.41" Friday May 11 Partly Cloudy 840/53 Saturday May 12 iMostly S ?ny '85/55 4 Sunday May 13 Mostly Sunny 86 /53 Information provided by: Tommie C Saye 50 yr. Coop~ Ot~, Nollonol Weorner Sendce or THE CLARENDON ENTERPRISE received six first place plaques in the Panhandle Press Association's 2006 Better Newspaper Contest during the PPA's 97th annual convention Saturday in Amarillo and tied with THE CANADIAN RECORD for General Excellence honors Roger Estlack and Karl Lindsey; Front Page Layout; Spot News Photos by Roger Estlack and Karl Lindsey; Best Advertising Initiative by Roger Estlack, Julie Funderberg, and Ashlee Estlack; Best Sports Writing by Sandy Anderberg; and Best Humorous Columns by Carrie The local paper also received Helms TippenandRogerEstlack. the Ken Towery Community Service "Last year was a trying year for Award in the Division I category for the ENTERPRISE when we lost my Dad weekly newspapers for coverage of and our senior staff member Cheryl last year's wildfires and a campaign Johnson left for a new career," E~t- that raised money for the three local lack said. "Our new staff - Ashlee, fire departments. The ENTERPRISE Julie, and Anndria (Kidd)- have has previously received the Towery really stepped up, and I'm very proud Award in 2006, 2004, 2002, 2001, of them." and 1999 The paper also received second The tie for General Excellence place awards for Headline Writing, was an unusual occurrence. Feature Writing, News Writing, and "We battle back and forth with Editorials. Third place plaques were Canadian every year for the top also received in the categories of Spot honors," said publisher Roger Est- News Photos and Society/Lifestyles. lack "Laurie Ezzell Brown and her Helms also received an Honorable staff in Canadian consistently pro- Mention for Serious Columns. duceoneof, the veaTbesta ~.~p~p~,Attending this year's convert- in the state To be tied.with~them lion and acc[pting the awards on means we must be doing something the EN'rE?,~ S--" betaa~:: WTer~:~pub~ right." lisher R0ger Estia~k/Office Di~ctor The ENTERPRISE received first Ashlee Estlack, Classified Ad Man- place honors for Feature Photos by ager Anndria Kidd, and Ben Estlack. II anal Continued from page one phase of his trial, according to Sheriff Butch Blackburn. The dispatcher at the sheriff's office logged a call at 7:57 a.m. that a man in Lelia Lake was threatening suicide. Deputies Randy Bond, Mike Spier, and Kelly Hill responded to the call and found Callis wielding a knife and threatening to harm himself, Blackburn said. "Chief Deputy Randy Bond was able to talk him out of doing any- thing," the sheriff said. At the courthouse, District Judge David McCoy ordered Blackburn to arrest Callis and place him in the Donley County Jail on a charge of Failure to Appear. Messer said the jurors were kept unaware of Callis' suicide threat and his arrest so as not to prejudice their decision in the case before them. While the defendant was in custody, the jury determined that Callis receive a sentence of five years confinement probated to eight years probation and a fine of $10,000 pro- bated to $5,000. "If he violates his probation, a judge could sentence himup to five years in prison," Messer said. The district attorney also said Callis will also have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. "I appreciate the hard work of the sheriff's office and the jurors in this case," Messer said. Callis was arraigned Thursday by County Judge Jack Hall for the Failure to Appear Charge and was released Friday on $20,000 bond. "Failure to Appear is a third degree felony, and that charge will now have to go through the court process" Blackburn said. Messer's office said a third degree felony could carry a sentence of two to ten ~ears. HOOPS,& 0 My! Swim Masks Toddler Flo I' I lOW "up ch oils I Graduation Is Near I )vim Rings 0 Latex Swim a [:). I We have Picture Frames, Albums, I Graduation Bears, and more Only $ 2.49 I graduation merchandise I I, 1 Don t Forget Mother s Day! . $ Anr Mats 2.88 I, I P. q, . " /Jranlgan s Jewelry Sandals &FI,p Flops. .Sl .99 & Up:i : Necklaces Rings Pins I and Much Much More Texas Caps $6.95 I I I l Western Hats $4.99 & Up Open Mon-Sat, 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. With Med. 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