Littlefield Life

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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Wed
31
Jan

NEW EXHIBITORS

NEW EXHIBITORS—First-time exhibitors at the Earth- Springlake Junior Livestock Show this year were these three youngsters who were recognized during the show. They are, left to right, Alix Campos, beef; Piper Gann, goats; and Bryan Longoria, barrows.

 

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Sat
27
Jan

Pinkert-Heinrich united in marriage at Christ the King Cathedral

Alexis “Lexi” D’Ann Pinkert and Grant Joseph Heinrich united in marriage Saturday, January 13, 2018 at two o’clock in the afternoon at Christ the King Cathedral in Lubbock with Rev. John Ohlig officiating. The bride is the daughter of Paul and Cisti Pinkert. She is the granddaughter of EJ and Bobbie Pinkert and Gayle and the late Royce Bussey.

 

The groom is the son of Eric and Margaret Heinrich. He is the grandson of Roy Lee and the late Therese Heinrich and Alice and the late Robert J. Kuehler. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an elegant, opulent A-line Oleg Cassini gown with lace design that was inspired by ornate motifs found in royal palaces.

 

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Wed
24
Jan

Littlefield Primary students on third six weeks honor roll

Littlefield Primary School has released its Honor Rolls for the third six weeks of the school year.

“A” HONOR ROLL

First Grade: Carlos Almance, Faith Balderas, Kyser Billingsley, Michael Brown, Nalia Cleveland, Alana Coronado, Paul Coronado, Kollin Devaughn, Jordan Finch, Donavin Franklin-Garcia, Jacob Fuentes, Anissa Gonzalez, Jeremiah Guerrero, Trenton Harris, Alyson Hernandez Dominguez, Zaidyn Leal, Brenna Lowe, Hilden Mckinnerey, Annastasia Martinez, Maliya Mora, Jasmine Ortiz, Angel Pacheco, Caleb Rios, Morgan Rivas, Adyleigh Rodriguez, Jaidyn Saenz, Chanel Salinas, Sean Scott, Zephaniah Silvas, London Taylor, Kiara Yarbrough.

 

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Sat
20
Jan

Engagement announcement schedules April 28 wedding

 

Leslie and Sue Kerby of Muleshoe announce the engagement of their son, Gunner Kerby, to Sydney Pope, the daughter of Tracy and Paige Pope, of Colorado Springs, Colo., and formerly of Littlefield and Levelland. Gunner is a 2009 graduate of Muleshoe High School, and a graduate of Texas Tech University.

 

Sydney graduated with the 2009 Levelland High School class, and attends Texas Tech University while working on her Master’s degree in Biology. She plans to be a teacher. Gunner owns his own revegetation company, KERTEC, LLC, which was established in 2014. The couple is planning an April 28, 2018 wedding at the Land of the Hearts, Tierra Del Corazon Ranch, located 10 minutes towards New Deal, from Lubbock.

 

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Sat
20
Jan

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM

Steven Farley, right, new Littlefield police officer, presented the program Tuesday morning for the Early Risers Lions Club. Expresssing his appreciation for the program is Mitch Grant, Lion Boss. Farley came to Littlefield after retiring from 22 years with the Lubbock Police Department. He is a bomb expert, and can diffuse one if needed.

 

He teaches firearms classes, to qualify people to carry a small gun. He is a member of the South Plains Regional Firearms Control, which covers 23 counties. He advised the Lions to take care when handling suspicious letters or packages. Don’t shake or bump it, isolate it and look for indicators, don’t open, smell or taste it, and treat it as suspect and call 9-1-1 immediately.

 

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Wed
17
Jan

Band students compete for All-State Band

This past Saturday, fourteen Littlefield High School Band Students compete for a seat in the 2018 ATSSB Texas All State Band. Students participating advanced from their regional tryout in December. Four regions, 16 (Lubbock), 22 (El Paso), 6 (Odessa), and 1 (Amarillo), met in Levelland at the high school for this competition. The students competing were from Class 1A-Class 4A.

 

Five Wildcat Band Members earned a place in the 2018 ATSSB Texas All State Band

 

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