Littlefield Life

Sat
13
Sep

Engagement announced

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Boleyn announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Brandea Nickole Boleyn, to Beau Geordan Enloe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Enloe, all of Littlefield.
 
Sun
07
Sep

Anton’s Homecoming activities begin Tuesday night

One of these candidates for the Anton High School Homecoming Queen will be crowned at 7 p.m. Friday evening, Sept. 12, prior to the football game between the Anton Bulldogs and the Klondike Cougars.

Anton’s Homecoming activities will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, when a Powder Puff Football Game is staged in Bulldog Stadium. At 8 p.m. Thursday night, Sept. 11, the lighting of the “A” will be done on the High School Parking Lot, along with a pep rally. Activities are scheduled all day Friday, Sept. 12, starting with registration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Anton Senior Citizens’ Center.
 
Sun
07
Sep

Littlefield Homecoming Parade

Members of the Littlefield Wildcat Marching Band marched through downtown Littlefield Thursday night at the annual homecoming parade. Littlefield took on Bushland Friday night.
 
Wed
03
Sep

RETIRING AFTER 40 YEARS

Larry Ray of Littlefield, and employee of Lamb County Electric Coop, Inc., since July 15, 1974, was honored Friday afternoon with a retirement reception in the Robert Dysart Auditorium of Lamb County Electric Coop, Inc. Honoring him were all of the employees of the cooperative, and many other friends and relatives. He plans to “enjoy life and my six grandchildren, and do a lot of fishing.”

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Sun
31
Aug

100th Anniversary set for First Baptist Church

Rotary District 5730 Governor, Dianne Anderson of Midland, right, presented Rotary President Anthony Aragon a certificate, showing that he attended the PETS (President-Elect Training Seminar) this past spring.

Plans are being finalized for the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of First Baptist Church, Littlefield, which will be held the weekend of Sept. 6-7. All activities will be at the church and in the Ministries and Activities Center, located at 400 East 6th street in Littlefield.
 
Sun
31
Aug

Prospects good for dove season in Texas

Littlefield Rotary Club Treasurer Calvin Price presented a $100 check Thursday, to Rotary District 5730 Governor Dianne Anderson of Midland, as a token of appreciation to her for her visit.

Most folks don’t usually look forward to Mondays, but Texas dove hunters will be making an exception this year. The traditional September 1 dove season opening day in the North and Central Zones falls on Labor Day Monday. Dove hunting this season should be good, according to wildlife biologists with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, as both mourning and white-winged dove populations are seeing an increase over last year.
 
Wed
27
Aug

Local residents support ice bucket challenge for ALS

Members of the City of Littlefield’s EMS, Police and Fire Departments volunteered to accept the ice bucket challenge Monday evening, near the fire department. They were standing in ice water, and in a container that caught the water, so it wouldn’t be wasted. Shown as volunteers are, in no particular order, Joe Don Sierra, Jimmy Garcia, Johnathan Salazar, Neal Ray, Sal Acevedo, Josh Padgett, Jamie Grey, Heath Lowe, Michael Williamson, Janine Butler, Alissa Jordan, Michael Jordan, Naomi Molina, Cheryl Galan, Rene Galan, Derek Hill, Albert Rangel, Ann Robison, Efrain Rios, Buddy Holmes, Rick Villanueva, Cami Jones, Byron Cervantes, Val Coronado and Sue Scott.

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Sun
24
Aug

Former LHS cheerleader visits on her 90th birthday

Irene Koke Rader, center, a 1942 graduate of Littlefield High School, celebrated her 90th birthday Wednesday, and was treated to a visit at the Littlefield Lands / Duggan House Museum, by her two sons.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
A former Littlefield High School Cheerleader, Irene Koke, who graduated from Littlefield High School in 1942, celebrated part of her 90th birthday in Littlefield Wednesday. The fourth child of eight in the family of William and Effie Jane Koke, Margaret Helen Irene Koke was born Aug. 20, 1924 in Bartlett, Tex., about 50 miles north of Austin.

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Wed
20
Aug

4-H members, leaders honored at banquet Saturday

Recipients of the 2014 4-H Gold Star Awards, the highest award given throughout the state of Texas to outstanding 4-H members of each county, were presented Saturday night to Brogan Stewart and Terra DeSautell, both of Littlefield 4-H; and Kyle Peggram of the Olton 4-H Club.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Numerous awards were presented to Lamb County 4-H members and their adult leaders Saturday night, during the annual Achievement Banquet. This year’s theme was: “Tall in the Saddle with Lamb County 4-H.” 4-H is also celebrating 100 years of Texas 4-H Tradition in 2014.
 
Wed
13
Aug

4-H members visit Commissioners’ Court Monday

Monday morning, these 11 members of the Lamb County 4-H attended the regular meeting of the Lamb County Commissioners’ Court.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Monday morning, Lamb County Commissioners hosted a visit from several Lamb County 4-H members, and Lamb County Extension Agent Mandi Seaton. Mandi reported there are 138 members in the county’s 4-H program, and that six of them received scholarships amounting to $65,000.

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