Wednesday, September 26, 2018
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2018 LITTLEFIELD HOMECOMING QUEEN – Littlefield senior, Daisy Garcia, was crowned the 2018 Littlefield Homecoming queen on Friday during halftime of the Wildcats game against Tahoka. The Wildcats defeated the Bulldogs, 41-33. Shown (Back): Daisy Garcia and her escort Michael Rangel, Ex-... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
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2018 SUDAN HOMECOMING QUEEN – On Friday night, the Sudan Hornets took down Boys Ranch, 51-8. During halftime, Meilynn Gonzales was crowned the 2018 Sudan Homecoming queen. Shown on the field is Meilynn Gonzales with her father Raul Gonzales. To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
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 By JOE GONZALES   This past Saturday, Shelby’s Bridge in Sudan had their grand opening after the parade, held during the annual Hornet Harvest Festival. Shelby’s Bridge, Gift and Thrift Shop serves as a place where adults with disabilities have opportunities to develop... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
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JERSEY RETIREMENT – Late former Sudan football player, Taylor Whitley, had his #51 Sudan jersey retired at halftime of the Hornets’ football game against Boys Ranch on Friday. The Hornets defeated Boys Ranch, 51-8, for the Homecoming victory. Shown is Lauren Luig, Cash and Caden Luig,... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
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GREETING AT GRAND OPENING. Donna Smith, (center) administrator of Shelby’s Bridge Gift and Thrift Shop, greets Kenneth Richards and his wife, Mamie Richards, when they entered the new business Saturday morning. Richards is not new to the business, since he has volunteered his “labor of... + continue reading

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By Ed Sterling   Future of TRS health care hinges on lawmakers’ support AUSTIN — Retired teachers facing the unwelcome prospect of paying higher monthly health insurance premiums received better- than-expected news last week. The... + continue reading
09/19/2018
By JOE GONZALES Tuesday night, the Littlefield School Board of trustees met in regular session. After the public forum, which no one was present for and the minutes from the previous meeting were approved, the board heard administrative reports.... + continue reading

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This past Monday, Littlefield Primary held their 12th Constitution Day celebration inside the Junior High Auditorium. Lauren Camacho, a first-grade teacher at Littlefield Primary welcomed everyone to the program and thanked everyone who had a part in ensuring it happened. “Our community... + continue reading
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Windstream (Nasdaq: WIN), a leading provider of advanced network communications and technology solutions, announces an investment of more than $20,000 in network infrastructure to power faster Kinetic Internet services for Littlefield. With Kinetic Internet, Windstream is bringing faster speeds... + continue reading
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By JOELLA LOVVOR ctric Cooperative, Inc. hosted its 80th Annual Membership Meeting, and at the same time, was also celebrating its 80th Anniversary of service to the Lamb County area’s membership. It was estimated that approximately 700 people attended the meeting in the Lamb County Ag... + continue reading
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09/26/2018 - 0 comment(s)
JERSEY RETIREMENT – Late former Sudan football player, Taylor Whitley, had his #51 Sudan jersey retired at halftime of the Hornets’ football game against Boys Ranch on Friday. The Hornets... + continue reading

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By Ed Sterling   Future of TRS health care hinges on lawmakers’ support AUSTIN — Retired teachers facing the unwelcome prospect of paying higher monthly health insurance... + continue reading

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09/26/2018 - 0 comment(s)
GREETING AT GRAND OPENING. Donna Smith, (center) administrator of Shelby’s Bridge Gift and Thrift Shop, greets Kenneth Richards and his wife, Mamie Richards, when they entered the new business... + continue reading