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January 14, 2016

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Local THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, January 14, 2016. A3 First Semester Honor Rolls Released For Perkins-Tryon Middle School Superintendent' s and Principal's Honor Rolls for Perkins-Tryon Middle School have been released for the first semester 20 1 5-20 1 6. Superintendent's Honor Roll 6th Grade Emily Bates Miranda Beal Charley Blubaugh Keyonna Bolden Jenna Brown Kaden Brunker Devon Burgess Russell Calder Macy Collum Gabriel Cooper Joshua Cowan Cashtin Craycmft Blake Davis Cooper Deckard Alena Deer Kira Gaunt Eli Greenlee Brindle Hibbs Wiley Hill Carson Jantz Karmen Jones Marlee Lowe Avery Maloney Gannon McCutchen Kade Moorman Hayden Owens Carolina Portugal Arrianna Rush-Coyner Moriah Shropshire Allison Smith Graysen Stanley Codee Tarlton Cooper Tuley Zachary Whitehead 7th Grade Gage Allen Avery Anglin Landry Bledsoe Kelby Cnndiff Gracey Dumal Ashlyn Guerrieri Kaden Herring Austin Mages Kameron Payton Ella Rains Cooper Tanner Reagan Todd Blake Tippeconnie Hannah Jackson Breanna Arzola Hannah Webb Grade Blake Vincent Bailey Jones Gauge Bair Jessica Werner Brandon Banwart Makinley Wheatley Hailey Kastl Mindy Britt Elizabeth Bechtold Zachary Wills Bailey Kems Laura Burke 8th Grade Rylie Bradford Jadyn Zanazanian Makenna Kingfisher Jayquin Carpenter Cole Aldridge William Bridenstine Halle Longan Gabriella Crowley Taylor Allen CampbeU Byrd 7th Grade Vianey Machuca Raegan Dougan Tate Armstrong Brookly ClinesmithMckenzie Ammerman Corwin Mantooth Julian Fowler Riley Collum Grayce Downey Colton Arthur-Todd Barrett Matheson Chloe Griswold Kohl Elliott JessicaGnagy Trey Bates Jordan Mckinney Shane Horn Brayden Farrow Gus Harper Caitlyn Beitz Shae Miller Kristen Hughes Sydney Flyrm Tristan Kenas Jaden Bell Tori Moore Hailey Koehn Shyla Hall Cla on Kindred Kendrick Bell Andrew Morgan Ayron Lawson Corbin Hane Wyatt Kinman Emily Blackwell Tiana Noyes Abigail Majors Wyatt Harper Sebastian Lamer Jaron Box Trey Reece Jadyn Martin Makinze Hill Christopher LavigneYessenia Deloera Jaden Renollet nera McCubbins Tyler Hill KinzieMangold-Wright Dylan Devers Hannah Shaffer Cade McCutchen Harley Houston Caleb McDaniel Zoe Dixon Teegan Shepard Colby Moorman Layne Johnson Gavin Miles Avery Dugger Olivia StClair Dylan Moss Kaylee McDaniel Kara Miner Chase Fowler Grace Stinnett Sadi Oswalt Emma Moorman Aubree Nicholson Jenna Graham Dylann Taylor Emily Robinson Luke Myers Piper Owens Willie Huerta Savannah Tmesdale Lily Sadler Bailey Ray Mackenzie Payne Stephanie Hughes Slayde Walkup Colton Sand Term Ruemmler Courtney Roark Amber Hull Conner Wdliams B r ookly nn S hidel- Alice Stevenson Karstyn Savory Hayden Hurst er-Wasserman Raphael Wall Abigail Shannon Isis Hutchinson 8th Grade Kevin Stropes Caden Wamsley Ryllie Shipp Jayla Hutson Cheyenne Adams Samuel Taylor Kelly Stancell Kayla Hutson Alton Allen Chaymi Walk'up Principal's Honor Roll Pyper Taylor Avery Inman Garrett Anderson Nathan White COUNTY Continued from Page A1 resolve itself" Red'rag said. The budget board also dis- cussed how the county was receiving cable television but hasn't been billed for the services. "We got to looking and we don't pay a cable bill in this building," Craig said. Hauf said a local cable company previously pro- vided cable to the county as a community service. "At one point the local cable provider provided free cable to the county but that has been 10 to 15 years ago," Hauf said. "I don't know who your provider is." Reding said he would look into the matter, seems to be slowing down the county jail tmtil the end "We will investigate that I would like to propose a of the fiscal year. and get it sorted out," Reding goal for all of our officers Craig said Payne County said. have a target to come up currently has a 30 percent In another matter, Reding with county-wide five per- contingency fund. said in light of budget cuts at cent cut," Reding said. ,'I "So far we have a healthy the state level he suggested wanted to put it out that there contingency," Craig said. it might be prudent for the that everybody else is cutting "We have a contingency of county to consider looking at back and that Payne Cotmty 30 percent and by law we an across the board five-per- might actively pursue the only have to have 10 (per- cent budget decrease, same cuts." cent). We already have 20 "Looking around at theHaul said he has already percent more than what we general economy everything instituted a hiring freeze at .are required to have." / e "!\ WITH SNB'S FREE MOBILE BANKING APP YOU CAN: View Aterts Pay Your Bil.ts Transfer Funds Log in with your Ontine Banking ID & Password View Account Information s~ B Tyler Candles now at Perkins Drug Experience The Difference 246S; Main, Perkins