(July 18, 2019) THURSDAY – High yesterday afternoon was 97̊ at
5:00 with south wind to 28 mph; this morning’s low was 72̊ at 7:00. KPANcast:
A heat wave that has been roasting much of the United States this week
is intensifying today, Friday and Saturday with temps into the triple digits.
Dozens of temperature records are expected to be broken from Texas to the East
Coast. Residents should check on family members and neighbors and take
precautions to avoid heat stroke or heat exhaustion……..Heat advisories are
in effect this afternoon for Palo Duro Canyon and parts of eastern New Mexico.
High heat safety includes staying hydrated, wearing lightweight and
light-colored clothing, applying sunscreen, and taking frequent breaks in the
shade……..The Leadership Hereford program is accepting applications for the
upcoming leadership class that will meet monthly through the school year. The
program cultivates leadership qualities in individuals, and plans another
class that will begin August 16. For info or to apply, check the agency’s
website at www.leadershiphereford.com ..........The HHS cheerleaders will
hold summer cheer camp Monday and Tuesday 6:00-8:00 at Hereford Junior High
for kids K-5 through 5th grade. Signup is 5:30 Monday afternoon
with a $10 fee……..Tryouts for a 7-and-under baseball team is 6:30 Friday
and 4:30 Sunday at the batting cages at Whiteface Field. The Texas Tornadoes
will play in the West Texas Youth Baseball League……..KPAN salutes Charlene
Sanders as the Good Neighbor of the Day……..Drive-up hours 8:30-6:00
weekdays at First National Bank at 403 North 25-Mile Avenue.
done is better than well said.
Copyright 2018 by KPAN Broadcasters All rights reserved