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Sat
19
May

Sudan Memorial Day Ceremony set Monday

By JOELLA LOVVORN

The Sudan Community will observe its 28th annual Memorial Day Ceremony Monday, May 21, at the Sudan Cemetery, west of the City of Sudan.

If bad weather is on the schedule for the day, the service will be presented in the Sudan High School Auditorium. 

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Sat
19
May

LHS Students honored for academic achievements

SALUTATORIAN AND VALEDICTORIAL—Sergio Savala and Sarah Stofel received the Salutatorian and Valedictorian honor awards respectively Monday night during the 2018 annual LHS Awards Reception. 

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Sat
19
May

LHS makes wish come true

By DEREK LOPEZ

Last year, the Littlefield High School student council was able to do a reveal for Make A Wish foundation after raising money for three years. This year after the annual LHS Cake Auction, along with other fundraisers, they were able to deal another reveal Thursday morning.

“I never dreamed that our student body would do it in one year. Our goal was to do a Make A Wish reveal again, but after our cake auction we realized, ‘whoa we are there,’” Kim Moss, Student Council Sponsor said. “I called Jordan [Young] thinking that we were just going to do a check presentation, but she said ‘no, you can do another reveal.’ The student body has been ecstatic, it has been a team effort.”

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Sat
19
May

State Champion

Myeshia Thomas claims gold in Austin

By DEREK LOPEZ

Last Saturday at the State Track and Field Meet at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Amherst’s Myeshia Thomas completed a mission that she had been chasing for the past three years when she captured a gold medal in the women’s shot put.

“It felt good! I guess people expected me to overreact, but I didn’t, I was chill about it,” Thomas said. “You win some, you lose some.”

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Wed
16
May

Run-off election voting by early ballot, underway

By JOELLA LOVVORN

Early voting for the Primary Run-Off Elections for Republican and Democratic candidates is now under way, and will be ending this Friday, May 18.

Early voting is being held in the Lamb County Clerk’s office, from 8:30 through lunch hour, to 5 p.m. each day through Friday.

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Wed
16
May

‘Celebrate Littlefield’ tickets now available

Plans for the 2018, 6th annual “Celebrate Littlefield” are being fine-tuned, with most of the events now set.

The giant event will begin at 4 p.m. Friday, July 20th, and continue all day Saturday, July 21st.

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Wed
16
May

FINISHED PAINTING

FINISHED PAINTING – Trinity Church Pastor Billy Montes, stands beside the painting he made during the Support Our Seniors Benefit Saturday aftternoon.

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Wed
16
May

DEVELOPING GLIDER FLYING SKILLS

DEVELOPING GLIDER FLYING SKILLS—These 11 Cadets and four Officers from the USAFA (Air Force Academy) at Colorado Springs, Colo., are visting the Littlefield Municipal Airport this week. 

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Wed
16
May

Jackson becomes first member of family to earn college degree

By DEREK LOPEZ

Anthony Jackson, became the first member of his family to receive a college degree when he crossed the stage this past weekend in the Texan Dome at South Plains College.

Jackson, a current employee at John Roley’s AutoCenter in Littlefield, and former graduate of Littlefield High School, earned an Associates Degree in diesel service technology.

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Sat
12
May

Lamb County Commissioners discuss LHC

By JOE GONZALES

Tuesday, during their monthly meeting, Lamb County Commissioners discussed a long list of items on their agenda.

But the item that garnered the most discussion and attention was the on-going talks between the Lamb Healthcare Center and the Texas Civil Commitment Center regarding care for the center’s patients.

Cindy Klein, CEO of LHC, told commissioners her office has been sending emails back-and-forth to Bill Price, an employee with Correct Care Solutions, the company that oversees the operation of the TCC Bill Clayton Detention Center.

 

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