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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%.
 
Wed
19
Nov

A FREEZING WINTER STORM

Snow had begun falling at about noon Sunday, and soon had accumulated nearly a solid ground covering by 1:22 p.m., when this photo of Highway 385 (Hall Avenue in Littlefield) was taken.

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Wed
19
Nov

COTTON MODULES WAITING TO BE GINNED

These were only a few of the 836 modules of cotton that were standing on the Spade Coop Gin yard Tuesday morning, waiting to be ginned.

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Wed
19
Nov

CHAMBER’S NOON LUNCHEON

These were the members of the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce, who gathered Tuesday for a noon luncheon at the Lone Star Grill, 101 Twitchell Ave., and West Delano.

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Wed
19
Nov

David Neinast wins season’s football contest

The Lamb County Leader-News football contest wrapped up this week after 12 weeks of tough competition. David Neinast took the overall top spot by finishing with 177 total points. He will be awarded the $100 grand prize. It was a close battle for second place, but Jaren Shipp held on to take the $50 prize with 175 points.

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Sat
15
Nov

Firefighters extinguish Reed Street structure

By KEVIN SKINNER
 
At 4:06 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12th, the Littlefield Fire Departmentt was dispatched to a structure fire in the 1000 block of Reed Street. Upon arrival, fire fighters found a tin garage-like structure fully involved and flames burning through all sides.
 
Sat
15
Nov

PICKUP-TRAILER ACCIDENT

Westbound traffic on Highway 84 was routed around this jack-knifed pickup and trailer on the westbound passing lane of the highway Thursday morning.
 

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