2020 LITTLEFIELD HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES – This year the Littlefield Homecoming Queen candidates are (L-R): seniors, Liberty Solis, Marissa Ojeda and Geyah Garza. The Homecoming Parade will take place Thursday at 7:30 p.m. followed by the bonfire. The 2020 Littlefield Homecoming Queen will be…
The Anton Bulldogs’ varsity football team improved to 3-0 on Friday with a, 58-8, road victory over the Wellman-Union Wildcats. They will look to carry that momentum into their match-up with Lorenzo this week. Head Coach Matthew Hoover talked about the victory, saying, “We need to carry the…
That was an abrupt end to summer. We are fortunate that we only dipped to 38 degrees, as compared to at or nearer freezing not too far north of us. Freeze damage to crops now would be devastating. So, the cold temperatures we did experience should only result in a few days of maturity lost. As…
The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity football team suffered a tough loss at the hands of the Post Antelopes. They will look to bounce back this week as they host the Idalou Wildcats for Homecoming on Friday. The Wildcats totaled 147 yards of offense; 146 rushing yards and one passing yard. “We knew…
Week three of the Lamb County Leader-News Football Contest was a tight one among the top finishers, as Minnie Trevino took home first place with a perfect entry. JR Herrell and Floyd Trevino tied for second and third, each finishing 19-1 this week. The tiebreaker was the combined score of…
The HPWD Board of Directors met September 8 to conduct the following business: • Approved the Consent Agenda (Minutes, Financial Report, and Bill Payment List). • Approved applications for water well permits received during August 2020. • Approved a Dockum Aquifer Partnership Program Funding…
The Olton Mustangs’ varsity cross country team competed at the LCU Chaparral Invitational this past weekend, as they placed fourth in their division. The Mustangs were led by junior, Alejandro Santillan Favela, who finished 18 th with a time of 22:19.20 and junior, Chris Urbina, who finished 20 th…
During their Sept. 8 meeting, the High Plains Underground Water Conservation District (HPWD) Board of Directors approved a resolution setting the 2020 ad valorem tax rate at $.0055 per $100 valuation for operation and maintenance of the district. The adopted 2020 tax rate is less than the no-new-…
In yet another occurrence that can be described as “very 2020,” the first cold snap of the fall arrived swiftly earlier this week, sending temperatures plummeting to record levels and plentiful rainfall off the Caprock. Early forecasts showed potential for a freeze and even snow in the northern…
The Sudan Hornets’ varsity football team is coming off of a, 32-7, loss to Farwell in their homeopener on Friday, as they look to turn their attention to their neutral site game against Stamford at Floydada. “We feel like we are seeing improvement every week, that improvement just hasn’t…
From the Texas Water Development Board’s Water Weekly Approximately 55 percent of Texas is impacted by drought as of September 1, 2020. This compares to 57 percent a week ago, 14 percent three months ago, and 43 percent a year ago. Extreme or worse drought covers 13 percent of the state. This is…
AIM BANK CONSTRUCTION—As of Tuesday, Sept. 15 construction was at this stage on the new AimBank…
ANTON HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES—These three Anton High School students are vying for the esteemed…
Two days ago, on Monday morning, Sept. 14, 2020, Lamb County Commissioners adopted the tax rate of…
2020 LITTLEFIELD HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES – This year the Littlefield Homecoming Queen candidates are (L-R): seniors, Liberty Solis, Marissa Ojeda and Geyah Garza. The Homecoming Parade will take place Thursday at 7:30 p.m. followed by the bonfire. The 2020 Littlefield Homecoming Queen will be announced during halftime of the Wildcats contest with Idalou on Friday at Wildcat Stadium in Littlefield. (Staff Photo by Derek Lopez)
From the Texas Water Development Board’s Water Weekly Approximately 55 percent of Texas is impacted by drought as of September 1, 2020. This compares to 57…
LUBBOCK – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added additional Saturday appointment availability at select driver license (DL) offices for…
The 2020 Early Risers Lions Club is holding a BBQ Raffle, with three chances to win. Chances are $5 each or five tickets for $20. See any Lions Club Member…
The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity football team suffered a tough loss at the hands of the Post Antelopes. They will look to bounce back this week as they host…
The Springlake-Earth Lady Wolverines varsity cross country team took first place at the LCU Chaparral Invitational last Friday with a combined time of 1:08:15.…
The Sudan Hornets’ varsity football team is coming off of a, 32-7, loss to Farwell in their homeopener on Friday, as they look to turn their attention to their…
Larry Lavonne Sanderson was born in Littlefield, TX, on June 7, 1934, to S.W. and Jesse Sanderson, the oldest of six children. He attended schools in…
Robert “Dee” Ayala, of Littlefield passed away Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020 in Lubbock. He was born May 23, 1953 in San Antonio, TX to Rudy Ayala Sr. and Olivia (…
Joe Lopez “Big Joe”, 65 of Littlefield, TX, went to be with the Lord Saturday, Aug. 22, 2020 in Littlefield. A memorial service to honor Joe’s life will be…