Littlefield Life

Wed
30
Jul

Amherst hosts big party Saturday

The Amherst Volunteer EMS and Fire Department personnel dedicated the Amherst EMS Building to Bubba Dunn Saturday, during the annual Amherst Celebration. Presenting the plaque to Dunn is Gayla Gonzalez, EMT volunteer, and Chamber of Commerce president.

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Sun
27
Jul

STAR LONE STAR

Justin Been, left, member of the Springlake-Earth FFA Chapter, was named the Star Lone Star in Agribusiness at the 86th annual Texas FFA State Convention July 14-18 in Fort Worth. He also received a $1,000 Dina Wallrath-Robertson Memorial Star Scholarship, from the Texas FFA Foundation.
 
Sun
27
Jul

Littlefield, spotlight for television news

Lubbock news station KCBD made a stop in Littlefield Wednesday evening as part of their Live Community Coverage Tour. Their evening news casts were broadcast live from downtown Littlefield. Those who attended got a chance to see KCBD personalities Karen McCay, Abner Euresti, John Robison, Pete Christy and Abby Reed.
 
Sun
20
Jul

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM

Lamb County Extension Agent Mandi Seaton, and Hallie Decker, Texas Tech intern in the Extension Office, presented a program on “Eating Well As You Get Older” Tuesday morning for members of the Early Risers Lions Club.

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Wed
16
Jul

GRAND CHAMPION PROSPECT STEER DRIVE

Late Friday evening, the grand champion and reserve grand champion prospect steers were selected. Here, youngsters with the breed champions were exhibiting their steers for the grand championship title.

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Sun
13
Jul

Group enjoys trip to the Black Hills & Badlands

VISIT TO MOUNT RUSHMORE -- Security State Bank’s Funchasers are shown at the famous Mount Rushmore.

Security State Bank’s Funchasers Travel Club enjoyed a 7 day tour of the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota recently. The group of 16 headquartered at the K Bar S Lodge in Keystone and visited multiple attractions in the area. One day was spent in the town of Deadwood where they were treated to a tour of the town and a visit to the cemetery where Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane are buried.
 
Wed
09
Jul

CROWD AT SPRINGLAKE

People from all around Springlake enjoyed the July 4 celebration Friday evening in the Springlake City Park, following the large parade. The event was sponsored by the Springlake Fire Department, and funds raised at the various events, went to benefit the department.

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Wed
09
Jul

July 4th party draws thousands to Springlake

Springlake’s July 4 celebration ended Friday night with a huge display of colorful fireworks, that were fired by members of the Springlake Fire Department.

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Sun
06
Jul

Sudan teen named Miss Rodeo Princess

Aubrie Fields, the daughter of Gary and Sue Fields of Sudan, was crowned as the newest statewide Miss Rodeo Texas Princess on June 26, 2014, in San Antonio.

Aubrie Fields was crowned as the newest statewide Miss Rodeo Texas Princess on June 26, 2014, in San Antonio. Miss Fields said, “I felt like I could finally let a breath out that I had been holding the whole contest. The first thought that came to my mind was ‘Thank you God for this opportunity and honor’. I then thought about the honor and privilege that I had just been given. I know this experience will change my life.”
 
Sun
06
Jul

Plenty of fireworks available in Littlefield

Ruby Walters is shown buying fireworks in the “Mr. W Fireworks” stand just outside of the city limit sign south of Littlefield on Highway 385. Operating the stand are Debbie Blair and Kim Ramirez, who are in their second year of fireworks sales. Sales start at 9 a.m. and continue until midnight.
 

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