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Sat
29
Nov

COOKING SAUSAGE

Dale Demel, member of St. Philip Neri Catholic Church in Pep, was warming up the giant cooking pot at 9:30 a.m. Thursday morning, to warm up this batch of German Sausage, he had already cooked.

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Sat
29
Nov

LOCAL ART DISPLAYED

Littlefield High School students and the librarian, Tammy Green, participated in an art contest at school, and these students are having their art displayed at Barnes and Noble at the South Plains Mall in Lubbock this week.

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Sat
29
Nov

Salvation Army offering gift opportunities for needy

Salvation Army offering gift opportunities for needy

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Sat
29
Nov

Lighted Christmas Parade entries being accepted

By JOELLA LOVVORN
 
Littlefield’s second-annual Lighted Christmas Parade will begin lining up at 6 p.m. Tuesday night, Dec. 9, on the parking lot near the north end of Phelps Avenue. Sponsoring the event again is KZZN Radio, which is asking for entry forms to be filled out, so they may be pre-arranged in a good order. The Fire Department’s new Honor Guard will be leading the parade; and Santa Claus will be coming in on a fire truck at the end of the parade.

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Wed
26
Nov

Pep celebrating 69th annual Thanksgiving Festival

Many of the Pep Community’s former residents who grew up in that community, have already come “home” to help with St. Philip Neri Catholic Church’s 69th annual Thanksgiving Festival on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday. The Festival will be celebrated in St. Philip Neri Parish Hall. To go to Pep from Littlefield, travel west on Highway 54 to the Highway 303 sign directing traffic southward to Pep (along beside the large electric utility poles).

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Wed
26
Nov

‘I’m thankful for. . .

By JOE GONZALES
 
Thursday, families will get a chance to sit around the table and give thanks for all their blessings on Thanksgiving. Rene Nevarez, Branch Manager at the AimBank located at Lowe’s Supermarket wanted to tell all his family, friends and his lovely Donna, to “HAVE A BLESSED HAPPY THANKSGIVING!” “I’m thankful for my family – family, friends, co-workers, my job and everything that our God

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Sat
22
Nov

GATHERED FOR MEAL

This was part of the crowd that attended the New Mt. Olive Baptist Church’s second annual Thanksgiving meal for the community.
 
Sat
22
Nov

Father gives daughter Gift of Life

By JOE GONZALES
 
Roy Arce and his daughter, Mandi, will both have something special to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Arce recently donated a kidney to his daughter on October 24th. “As a parent you want your child to be healthy,” said Arce. “It’s a good feeling to be able to help and change someone’s life, but when it’s your own child, it’s just that much more meaningful.”
 
Sat
22
Nov

AUXILIARY’S BAZAAR

These were among the members of the Lamb Healthcare Center’s Auxiliary, who were working Thursday during their annual Bake Sale and Bazaar
 
Sat
22
Nov

Cities receive $137,429.45 in sales tax returns

By JOELLA LOVVORN
 
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs reported that the five Lamb County cities received a total of $137,429.45 in net monthly sales tax payments for the month of October. That is compared with last  year’s payments for the same period, totaling $120,846.47, an increase of 13.72%.
 

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