Littlefield Life

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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Sat
13
Jan

Area Stock Show started Thursday

By JOE GONZALES and JOELLA LOVVORN

The first night of the Lamb County Area Stock Show wrapped up Thursday night at the Littlefield Ag and Community Center, where the beef heifers, steers and dairy heifers were judged.

Friday, the Lamb, Goat and Swine shows were held, along with Ag Mechanics show.

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Wed
10
Jan

RICK ZINN

RICK ZINN was inducted into membership of the Littlefled Rotary Club during the Club’s regular meeting Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018. Issuing the challenge and presenting the memberschip package and Rotary lapel pin, was Club President, Dezi Vargas, right. Rick has been attending meetings for a few weeks, and his application for membership was completed by acceptance and induction on Jan. 4, 2018.

 

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Wed
10
Jan

GOAT PLACING

Judge Scott Mangold checks out these goats to see how they will be placed in this class, as their exhibitors wait and keep watch on the judge.

 

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Sat
06
Jan

KINDERGARTEN PERFECT ATTENDANCE

Mrs. Davis K-1: Dylan Adkins, Isahi Avalos, Alaina Barrera, Ricky Castillo, Amber Dang, Christian Fernandea, Axel Flores, Emma Marquez, and Grand Muller. Mrs. Trugillo K-2: Jayda Dewbre, Jasiah Frausto, Jacob Gonzales, Denise Hinostroza, Nadia Martinez, Willia McLendon-Mollet, Donavin Medina, Santos Prieto, Diego Silveria, Aubrie Torres and Annalicia Vargas. Mrs. Hartley K-4: Daniel Chairez, Griffin Duncan, Julian Garcia, Zachary Jimenez, Alianna Medina, Alizandra Morfin, Mia Tijerina, Christian Trevino, and Colin Yabrough. Miss Ferguson K-5: Bella Enloe, Fabian Gonzales, Maribel Hernandez, Emmaris Ojeda, Kenya Reyes, Kendal Vargas and Amaris Martin. Ms. Weldon K-6: Jacob Garcia, Analyna Hinojosa, Dereckk Lincoln, Abigail Love, Noah Martinez, Elijah Mesa and Sophia Sanchez.

 

Sat
06
Jan

LITTLEFIELD ANIMAL PROJECT DONATION

The Lamb County 4-H’s K9 Club presented a check for $675 to LAP (Littlefield Animal Project) on Tuesday, Jan. 2, to assist the organization with their animal rescue projects and expenses. The check was from funds raised at the K-9 Club’s Walk-A-Thon held in November. Members of the Lamb County 4-H K9 Club who presented the check were, top row, left to right, Emma Romero, Steven Lowe, Bonnie Reese, and Ty Carr; and Livia Fulenwider, seated right. Accepting the check for LAP were, left to right, seated, Dana Fenley, and Tara Wegner, who is holding “Tucker”, one of the rescued animals.(Submitted Photo)

 

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Wed
03
Jan

REIGN GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

The Reign Wildcats recently donated gifts to families in need around Littlefield for Christmas. They teamed up with Trinity Church in finding those in need and who to help.

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