Saturday, November 10, 2018
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Robert Rivas shares memories of service By JOE GONZALES July 16th, 1969 is a date Robert Rivas will never forget. That day, his life changed forever. He went from a young kid living and working in Amherst, to being drafted into the Army and having to serve during the Vietnam War. When... + continue reading
Saturday, November 10, 2018
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By DEREK LOPEZ Jeff Shelley is an Amherst native and served two days short of eight years in the United States Navy. Shelley stated that his highest rank worn was E5 – Petty Officer Second Class, but he had earned the rank of E6 – Petty Officer First Class. “E6 is right... + continue reading
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DONATIONS—These members of Troop 6208 Junior Girl Scouts, brought their donations of blankets to Lamb County Electric Coop, Thursday afternoon for the “Hugs of Warmth” project. The November project for the Girl Scouts was the blanket drive, which is being sponsored... + continue reading
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By DEREK LOPEZ The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity basketball team posted a 26- point fourth quarter on Tuesday, but were plagued by missed free throws, as they fell to the Estacado Lady Matadors, 52-48. With the loss, the Lady Cats fall to 0-1 overall to begin the season. The game... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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By JOELLA LOVVORN   LITTLEFIELD EMS FUNDRAISER – This past Sunday, the Littlefield EMS held their annual Hamburger Fundraiser at the Lamb County Ag and Community Center. The Littlefield EMS cooked 375 burgers for the event and had none left over. Shown are: (from left to right)... + continue reading

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11/10/2018
By JOELLA LOVVORN Sunday, Veterans’ Day, Nov., 11, Lamb County area veterans will be honored at a special 3 p.m. service, at the Lamb County Veterans’ Memorial, just off Hall Avenue, near the Lamb County Ag and Community Center. Tony DeLuzio... + continue reading
11/10/2018
By DEREK LOPEZ The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity football team routed River Road, 50-23, to earn the fourth seed in the play-offs in District 2-3A. With the win, the Wildcats finish the regular season 3-7 overall, 2-3 in district play. “... + continue reading

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By JOELLA LOVVORN   LITTLEFIELD EMS FUNDRAISER – This past Sunday, the Littlefield EMS held their annual Hamburger Fundraiser at the Lamb County Ag and Community Center. The Littlefield EMS cooked 375 burgers for the event and had none left over. Shown are: (from left to right)... + continue reading
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By BERTHA CORONADO   Sheriff’s Dispatch Supervisor Lamb County Sheriff’s Office has begun its annual “Christmas for Kids” toy drive. Several boxes to receive donations of toys for the project, have been set up in stores and businesses throughout the county. All... + continue reading
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The lobby of Lamb Healthcare Center was filling up quickly Halloween Evening, as they were anxious to go down the hallways for their “Trunk or Treat” treasures. The event was moved inside the hospital from off the parking lot on the north, because of the cold weather. A... + continue reading
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11/10/2018 - 0 comment(s)
By DEREK LOPEZ The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity football team routed River Road, 50-23, to earn the fourth seed in the play-offs in District 2-3A. With the win, the Wildcats finish the... + continue reading

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By Ed Sterling AUSTIN — Statistics compiled by the office of the secretary of state show Texans cast ballots in record numbers during the early voting period before the Nov. 6 midterm... + continue reading

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By BERTHA CORONADO   Sheriff’s Dispatch Supervisor Lamb County Sheriff’s Office has begun its annual “Christmas for Kids” toy drive. Several boxes to receive... + continue reading