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Wed
10
Sep

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AWARD

Lester B. Griffin of Plainview, left, Director of Missions with the Caprock Plains Baptist Association, presented a plaque, in recognition of Littlefield’s First Baptist Church’s ministry to the Littlefield. 
 

 

Wed
10
Sep

New city treasurer begins duties Aug. 25

Andrew Eisenwine has taken the reigns as the new Treasurer for the City of Littlefield. He takes the spot that was recently
vacated by Chuck Smith who retired. Eisenwine is from Amherst, and graduated in 2005 as the salutatorian of his class.
 

 

Wed
10
Sep

CROWN BEARER AND FLOWER GIRL

Logan Jones, the son of Marty and Amy Jones was the Littlefield Homecoming crown bearer, while Bryndle Ray, the daughter of Neil and Jennifer Ray was the flower girl for Friday night’s homecoming halftime queen coronation activities. 
 

 

Sun
07
Sep

HELPING HANDS ALLOCATIONS

Directors of the Littlefield Helping Hands distributed Bi-Quarterly funding allocations to representatives of some of the organizations that receive the special funding. On the left, Dustin Dempsey presents the $500 check to the Lamb County Senior Citizens’ Center representatives, Jeanine Thompson and Betty Neeley.
 
Sun
07
Sep

Babe Banner begins his 60th year in City Barber Shop

Voyne Elliott, retired Littlefield area farmer, has been sitting in Babe Banner’s barber chair at the City Barber Shop for 50 years.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Babe Banner has just completed 59 years of cutting hair in Littlefield’s City Barber Shop, and doesn’t know how many are yet to come. This month, on Wednesday, Sept. 24, he will celebrate his 85th birthday, and continues to enjoy life at its fullest. When Babe was discharged from the Air Force on Aug. 8, 1954, he went to work at Paymaster Gin for a short while.
 
Sun
07
Sep

LITTLEFIELD CROSS COUNTRY

These members of the Littlefield Cross Country Team are gearing up for the new season. The 2014 cross country team consist of: (in no particular order) Trinity Ayala, Maricella Hinojosa, Ashley Martinez, Kimberly Garcia, Rudy Mirales, Alyssa Southard, Adriana Cueto, Tori Streater, Yulissa Rangel, Madison Ingle, Tiffany Almanza, Kaleigh Southard, Abrahm Lucero and Christian Estrada.
 
Sun
07
Sep

First Baptist 100 years old this weekend

Littlefield’s First Baptist Church is celebrating its 100th anniversary this weekend. All activities are being held at the church and in the Ministries and Activities Center, located at 400 East 6th Street in Littlefield. The celebration began early Saturday morning, when a color stroll began from the MAC parking lot.
 
Wed
03
Sep

First Baptist Church celebrating 100th anniversary

This weekend, Dr. Brian Hill, pastor of Littlefield’s First Baptist Church, will join present and past members of the church in a celebration of the church’s service to the community for the past 100 years.

Littlefield’s First Baptist Church is celebrating its 100th anniversary this weekend. All activities will be at the church and in the Ministries and Activities Center, located at 400 East 6th Street in Littlefield. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, when a color stroll starts in the MAC parking lot, and open house of the building a premises is scheduled all day Saturday.

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Wed
03
Sep

CHAMBER LUNCHEON

Dr. Brian Hill, pastor of Littlefield’s First Baptist Church, addressed those who attended the Chamber of Commerce’s noon luncheon at Classic Pizza Tuesday at noon. He talked about the Reading Buddies program the church is sponsoring for second-grade students at the Primary School, and how it is making a difference in the students.

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Wed
03
Sep

POSITIVE CITIZENSHIP

These three Littlefield High School students were recognized Monday, Sept. 1, for showinhg positive character. Those nominated by their teachers are, left to right, Selena Stinson, Shawn Cristan and Tommy Garcia

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