(October 1, 2014) WEDNESDAY – High yesterday afternoon was 82 at 4:00
with southwest wind to 27 mph; this morning’s low was 49 at 7:30. KPANcast:
Sunny and warm. Autumn cold front tonight.
Deaf Smith Hospital District board members meet in special session at
noon Thursday to discuss the resignation of Hereford Regional Medical Center
administrator Nathan Flood, who has signaled his intent to accept a healthcare
industry position in Amarillo in 2015. Flood has been CEO at Hereford Regional
for 9 years. HRMC chief financial officer Greg Reinart is a candidate to take
the job March 1……..Canyon swept Hereford in a hard-fought 3-5A volleyball
match Tuesday, 25-22, 25-21, 25-20. Caroline Mills led Canyon with 16 kills,
including 7 in the final game that helped Canyon overcome a 7-0 deficit.
Meagan Ellis led the Lady Herd with 14 kills, 3 blocks, 7 digs and 2 aces.
Canyon is 19-12 for the season, while HHS drops to 12-17…….Funeral
services for Gene Brownlow, age 92, are at 10:00 today at Wesley United
Methodist Church with burial at West Park Cemetery………Funeral mass for
Amalia Contreras, age 80, is at 10:00 today at San Jose Catholic Church with
burial at St. Anthony’s Cemetery……. Funeral services for Dave Scott, age
63, will be at 10:00 Thursday at Trinity Fellowship Church. He was a Hereford
resident since 1973 who was a self-employed truck driver……..Hereford
Farmers Market opens at 4:00 today on the east edge of Dameron Park with fresh
produce from local growers, including sweet corn, tomatoes, squash, peppers,
cucumbers, potatoes, pumpkins and gourds……..KPAN salutes Caleb Carrillo as
the Good Neighbor of the Day……….Dignified, professional and affordable
care at Hereford Heritage Funeral Home.
PUN: It is not easy to find happiness in ourselves, and it is not possible to
find it elsewhere.
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