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October 30, 1997     The Perkins Journal
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I=,NIt3S THURSDAY: October 30,1997 WINNING NEWSPAPER .AHOMA news Volume: 108 Welcome and Former @ elementary Rym. Patrol troopers are still investigating two separate, unrelated accidents within ,ach other at the and Kern's ConstrucUon Company crews started repavlng Perkins streets this week in a $I05,957 two-phase project funded directly from a one-cent dry sales tax approved try local voters several years ago. Most of the two-inch asphalt overlaying of city streets will be on the east side of Main Street, according to Larry Moorman, Perkins Town Clerk. Streets to receive the overlay in Phase I are: *Kenworthy from Main to Seventh. *French from Main to Fifth. *French from Sixth to Seventh. ,Chantry from Main to Seventh. Streets to receive overlay In Phase H are: *Stumbo from Main to Third. cHert from Main to Third. .S.E. First from Thomas to Knipe. .+ .S.E. Second from Thomas to Knipe. Kerns was awarded the low bid paving contract earlier this sum- mer, but have been unable to start the project for several reasons, mainly that the town on the east side has had new wamr and sewer lines replaced. The new water and sewer lines are the result of moneys coming from a CDBG grant, according to Bobble Myers at Perkins City 1 hold October 3 I, 1997 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. For more information, call the _school offices: high school 547, 5774; middle school--547- 5713; or el( $chooi--547-5741. JoUrnal news & ad Mondays, 6:30 p.m. Mash October by Rick Clark +- Those that have been caught and convicted of illegally dump- ing trash on Payne County rural roads probably don't think the above headline is very funny. Don Prickett, Payne County environmental Control officer, is taking it serious too as he has already "busted" one ,dumper" and has at least 15 more cases pending court dates. Bryant R. Warren, 419 S. West Street, Stillwater, was fined $250 that will go to the county trash fund, assessed $100 in court costs, and sentenced to a one-year deferred sentence, plus 20 hours of community service. Those convicted of illegally dumping could also face a "cleanup fee". Warren "cleaned up his mess" and did not have to pay that fee, Prickett told The Perkins Journal. "I've already located and investigated 153 dump sites so far," games and "treats" for all of the youngsters and parents who may not wish to go door. to door in the tradi- tional "Trick or Treat" style. There is no charge for the event thanks to contribu- tions from the Perkins Ma-, sonic Lodge, local rner- chants, and the Perkins Chamber o fCommerce. You are front page news to us! Your subscription is im- portant to us. Thanks go to the following who renewed or started a subscription to