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Wed
20
Aug

‘WILLIE WIREHAND’ SIGN

Cliff and Carolyn Rogers have been working about a month, building this 11-1/2-foot sign for Bailey County Electric Coop, Assn. While taking it through its various processes after it was drawn, they have used five sheets of steel, with some of it overlaid, and all of it with bracing behind it to keep it from warping.
 
Wed
20
Aug

COWBOY MEETING

Friday night, these cowboys who are employees of seven ranches or businesses, participarted in the branding, stray gathering, sorting and cow milking contests. Before the action got under way, they gathered together to receive instructions for the evening’s events.
 
Wed
20
Aug

ACG Denim Plant reducing production

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Following a meeting Sunday, employees of American Cotton Growers’ Denim Textile Plant learned that some changes are having to be made in its production schedule. “Effective Saturday, Aug. 30, the plant will displace 69 of its employees, leaving a work force of about 320 employees,” explained Bryan Gregory, vice president of ACG’s textile operations.
 
Wed
13
Aug

FRAMING ON COURTHOUSE

Monday, John Ramirez was securing some plywood to some metal framing that has closed some spacing above the south entrance to the Lamb County Courthouse. Ramirez said they were closing the space, to keep the pigeons out. In the foreground, Greg Breashears was cutting the plywood to fit the measurements made by Ramirez while he was up on the lift.

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Wed
13
Aug

Schools receive accountability ratings

By JOE GONZALES.
 
Every campus in Littlefield ISD earned an accountability rating of “Met Standard,” according to results released last week by the Texas Education Agency. Littlefield High School, junior high, elementary and primary all received “Met Standard,” ratings.

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Wed
13
Aug

Earth’s Ranch Rodeo coming this weekend

The Earth Roping Club will be staging its Ranch Rodeo this Friday and Saturday nights, Aug. 15 and 16, starting at 7 p.m. both nights. According to Roping Club President, Rex Fennell, there will not be a parade this year. Livestock is being provided by Rank Li’l Buckers.

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Sun
10
Aug

SEAL-COATING PARKING LOTS

Workers with Homer’s Asphalt and Seal Coat of Lubbock have been working the past few days seal coating all of the parking lots owned by the Littlefield Independent School District.

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Sun
10
Aug

Area schools schedule registration

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Students in Littlefield and Lamb County schools will be registering this week for the 2014-2015 school year, and registration dates and times are being published. Classes are scheduled to begin Monday morning, Aug. 25. All Littlefield teachers will be treated to a breakfast by the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 18, in the Primary School Cafeteria.

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Wed
06
Aug

Eisenwine joins AimBank as vice president, lender

Michael Eisenwine, Amherst native, seated at his desk at Littlefield’s AimBank, is the bank’s newest vice president and lender. He is a fifth-generation banker, who comes to Littlefield from the recently-merged First National Bank in Amherst, where he was vice president.

Michael Eisenwine has joined AimBank as its newest vice president and lender. Michael is a fifth-generation Lamb County banker, who previously worked for the recentlymerged First National Bank in Amherst; where he served as vice president.

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Wed
06
Aug

Students to register for new school year

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Littlefield Schools are gearing up for the 2014-2015 school year, and registration dates and times, as well as other events, have been scheduled. Classes are scheduled to begin Monday morning, Aug. 25. All teachers will be treated to a breakfast by the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 18, in the Primary School Cafeteria.

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