Littlefield Life

Wed
21
Feb

SENIOR SPRINGLAKE-EARTH FFA MEMBERS

Observing FFA Week are these members of the Springlake-Earth FFA Chapter. Shown on the front fow are: Clayton Stevenson, Emilio Rojas, Jalen Solis, Hailee Toscano, Micaela Fuentes, Katy Jones, Jacksiry Figueroa, and Davey Crandall. On the second row are: Nick Gonzales, Adrian Trevizo, Devin Jones, Spencer Yaste, Trace Goodman, Mark Jaramillo, Bryttn Nutt, Robert Mendoza, Lyndsi Mendoza, Amerie Medina, Sayler Beerwinkle, and Kelsey Henson. On the third row are: Trail Townsend, Darion Toscano, James Sandoval, Hannah Crandall, Nick Sandoval, Jose Alvarez, Sam Alderson, and Riley Cape. On the back row are: Nathan Sanchez, Derrick Gover, Ivan Gardea, Angel Darden, Isaias Medrano, Hayden Cape, Diego Sanchez, Lucas Heath, and Karlee Jones.

 

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Sat
17
Feb

Morelands celebrating 70-year Anniversary

By SUSIE GREEN

 

A life-long journey began whenJake Moreland and Lucy Martinsaid fiI dofl on their wedding daFeb. 20, 1948 in Hart.They didn™t know what life hadin store for them, but ithas been an amazing 70years of loving, caring,and sharing!After they were mar-ried, they continued tolive in Amherst for sev-eral years.

During their time inAmherst, they becamemembers of the FirstUnited MethodistChurch. Jake was em-ployed at the UnitedStates Post Office,Payne™s Funeral Homeand was a County Fed-eral Crop InsuranceAgent. Lucy was em-ployed at the City ofAmherst as the City Sec-retary

 

 

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Sat
17
Feb

Capital Farm Credit donates $25,000 to Shelby’s Bridge

Capital Farm Credit recently contributed $25,000 to help with renovations at the historical 110 Main Street building in Sudan, that will house Shelby’s Bridge, Gift and Thrift Shop. Shelby’s Bridge is a non-profit organization that aims to provide a place where adults with disabilities in Sudan, and the surrounding areas have the opportunity to develop, improve and utilize valuable job skills.

 

“A big part of Capital Farm Credit’s mission is to help rural areas grow and thrive by providing farmers and ranchers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful,” said Greg Lance, Senior Vice President. “We’re also proud to invest in the vibrancy of rural communities throughout Texas through projects like Shelby’s Bridge.”

 

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Wed
14
Feb

“KINDNESS” AWARD

Oriana Munoz, student at Littlefield High School, received the Character Counts Award Monday, Feb. 12, in recognition of her being kind while on the campus.

 

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Wed
14
Feb

Girl Scouts selling cookies thru February

Melany Marquez is a Girl Scout of Troop 6008 here in Littlefield. Her troop was out in front of United Supermarkets and Food King in Littlefield this past weekend selling girl scout cookies.

This is Marquez’s first year to be a Girl Scout. Her favorite kind of Girl Scout cookies are Lemonade and Caramel Delights.

Their troop has been selling Girl Scout cookies since Jan. 12, and they will continue selling them until the end of February.

 

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Sat
10
Feb

CHARACTER COUNTS AWARDS

CHARACTER COUNTS AWARDS – These Littlefield High School students were presented Chracter Counts awards Friday, Feb. 9, in recognition of good conduct on the campus.

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Sat
10
Feb

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM – Michael Jordan, a licensed Littlefield EMS Paramedic, presented the program Tuesday morning for the Early Risers Lions Club. Shown with him is Mitch Grant, Lion Boss of the club. Michael has many duties with the EMS.

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Wed
07
Feb

Pratt speaks on Telepharmacies during Chamber luncheon

By DEREK LOPEZ

Micah Pratt spoke about Telepharmacies during the Chamber Luncheon on Tuesday at Nopalitos Restaurant in Littlefield. “Telepharmacies started in other states such as South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa and this past summer we introduced it into the senate and house committees and actually got it passed for the state of Texas and it went into effect Jan. 1st of last year,

 

” he said. “My wholesaler, who I purchase all of my medications from, approached me and asked me if I wanted to do some testimonies in front of all of the committees. I flew out in May; that was a challenge going in front of the senate committee, Health and Human Services and the House side. We had to get it passed through the committees and they have to vote on it and they all said yes, pretty much unanimously.” He added, “The House voted on it 135-17 and the Senate pretty much passed it unanimously. We were very excited”!

 

Wed
07
Feb

CELEBRATING 90TH BIRTHDAY

CELEBRATING 90TH BIRTHDAY–A large group of family and friends gathered Sunday, Jan. 23, 2018, to celebrate with Jewel Durham on her 90th birthday. Jewel is shown, seccond from right, with her children, left to right, Larry Durham, Shirley Tucker and Jimmy Durham, who hosted the party, along with their spouses. Many of Jewel’s various types of artistry were on display to be enjoyed. The party was held in the parlor of the First Baptist Church MAC.

 

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Sat
03
Feb

Rotary awards students

ROTARY READERS—These third-grade students at Littlefield Elementary School were honored at noon Thursday, during the regular meeting of the Littlefield Rotary Club. Presented medals for being the most-impoved readers in their respective classes were, left to right, Noah Duran, Kaelynn Gallegos, Calissa Jouett and Jonah Ramirez. Not shown is Ava Guerro, who was absent from school Thursday, and was to have received a medal.

 

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