KPAN RadioGram 1/21/22

WEATHER: (January 21, 2022) FRIDAY – High yesterday was 24° at 3:00; this morning’s low was 16° at 7:00. KPANcast: Sunny and warmer with a high around 55°.

LOCAL: The Panhandle Plains Historical Museum has opened a new exhibit highlighting the prisoner of war camp that was south of Hereford during World War II. “Paradox in POW” is a collection of items from Ann Cockrell Osburn, who worked at the camp during WWII. The collection includes photographs, hand-written letters by POW’s learning English and many different forms of art. The exhibit is in the Alexander Gallery at the museum in Canyon……The Lady Whitefaces and Whitefaces are on the road to Perryton tonight for district basketball. KPAN AM-FM will have live coverage prior to the 6:00 tipoff……Funeral services for Irene Gonzales, age 44, are this morning at 10:00 at Calvary Family Church……Funeral services for Hope Pesina, age 67, are today at 10:30 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. Hope was a lifelong Hereford resident and 1973 HHS graduate……Funeral services for Lyn Rayburn, age 67, are today at 3:00 at the Hereford Senior Citizens Center. Lyn was a longtime area resident and Executive Director for the HSCA for the past four years……The San Jose Community remains under a boil water notice due to a water main leak. Samples have been sent out for testing by the Deaf Smith County Fresh Water District……The Hereford Food Pantry is open for donations and food pick-up today from 12:00-4:00 at 900 North Lee……KPAN salutes Kaitlyn Wellborn as the Good Neighbor of the Day……Ag Electric can custom-design a Valley center-pivot system for your field.

KPAN PUN: A plateau is a high form of flattery.

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