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Winds wreak havoc across area

April 11, 2011

When winds come, they are certain to wreak havoc. This was certainly the case in Hutchinson County Sunday afternoon.
Hutchinson County Fire Marshal Danny Richards said some of the wind gusts that blew across the county yesterday were around 65 miles per hour, and there were reports of some gusts being even higher than that. He said the winds appeared to be the southern portion of a major tornado outbreak.

Hutchinson County Sheriff’s Report April 3-9, 2011

April 11, 2011

The Hutchinson County Sheriff’s Office has the following to report for April 03-09, 2011:

1) A Deputy transported a fugitive from Altus, OK to the Hutchinson County Jail on local charges.

2) Deputies assisted the Carson County Sheriff’s Office with a disturbance on the South end of Deahl Road, Arroyo Verde Addition.

3) Deputies were called to the area of Fritch Drive and Meredith Way, Lake Meredith Harbor Addition, on a report of suspicious activity.

4) Deputies responded to FM 2277 approximately 2 miles South of Highway 207 on a report of suspicious activity.

And the tradition continues!

April 11, 2011

It looks like the tradition is continuing as strong as ever for St. John’s Catholic Church! The church held its 56th annual spaghetti dinner Sunday afternoon despite the high winds outside. In addition to a large crowd enjoying the dinner in the church’s gym, numerous citizens also took advantage of the take-outs that were available. Serving took place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

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