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Wed
30
Jul

ENJOYNG THE RIDE

Nick Marquez (left) and Shane Martinez (right) were out riding their horses through Littlefield Monday evening. The two were making their way down Hall Ave. Marquez said his horse is named April, while Martinez is named Brown. The two said they were just out enjoying the nice cool weather Monday evening.

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Wed
30
Jul

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY

Aaron’s Furniture held their customer appreciation day Friday afternoon. Food and drinks were served to customers who the stop for a quick bite. Shown are B.J Salinas, collection manager and Ricky Vasquez, manager in training.

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Wed
30
Jul

County’s health insurance renewed; polling places combined for election

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Monday morning, Lamb County Commissioners voted not to increase the $1.50 child safety fee for the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles which is collected by the Lamb County Tax Assessor-Collector. All of that fee goes to the state. A road and bridge fee in the amount of $10 can’t be increased. That fee also goes to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.

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Wed
30
Jul

Health Fair seeks vendors for Nov. 8 community event

Lamb Healthcare Center in Littlefield is sponsoring a community-wide Health Fair on Saturday, Nov. 8, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon in the Lamb County Ag and Community Center. The Health Fair’s purpose is to increase health and safety awareness through education and prevention. LHC sponsors this Health Fair, to provide a valuable service to the community, and they want all vendors to participate.

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Sun
27
Jul

DIGGING POTATOES

Many trucks were lined up at the CSS Farms offices and potato cleaning and loading facilities Wednesday morning, between Olton, and Hart Camp in the Sandhills. Just north of there, the mechanical diggers were digging the potatoes, separating them from the stems and vines, and loading them onto trucks that were running beside them.
 
Sun
27
Jul

“CELEBRATE LITTLEFIELD” T-SHIRTS

Sharon Johnson modeled the Celebrate Littlefield t-shirts on stage Saturday, between band concerts, at the annual Celebrate Littlefield event.
 
Sun
27
Jul

LEDC ‘A’ awards business incentive

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Thursday night, the Board of Directors of the Littlefield Economic Development Corporation, Type A, approved one incentive request, and received information for another. With President Bill Rodgers presiding, the board approved an incentive request from Kenny Rucker of DAJLR Machine, in the amount of $50,000.
 
Sun
27
Jul

Anti-Bullying program coming Aug. 8

Everyone is invited to the firstannual free Anti-Bullying Project that will be staged from 12 noon to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 8, on the outdoor “Waylon Jennings” stage. The stage is on the county grounds, near the Lamb County Ag and Community Center, 17th and Hall Avenue (Highway 385).
 
Wed
23
Jul

Women’s self defense class still registering

A “Women’s Self Defense Class” will be presented by the Littlefield EMS and Police Departments on Saturday, Aug. 9, in
the Ag and Community Center. The class will begin at 9 a.m., and a registration fee of $35 will be charged. Kristi Wuensche, former Lubbock police officer and Martial arts enthusiast, will be offering the four-hour women’s self defense
class
 
Wed
23
Jul

A huge party came to town last weekend

Lining the east side of the grassy area in front of the Outdoor Stage near the Ag and Community Center, are several of the outdoor vendors who brought their foods and other goods to Littlefield for the Celebrate Littlefield event. 
 

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