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Wed
29
Jan

FREE WOOD CHIPS

This pile of wood chips that were taken from the floor of the Ag and Community Center during a cleanup after the two livestock shows were held early this month, are available to anyone who wants them for mulch, or any other use.

 

Wed
29
Jan

Today, first day to file for May 10 elections

Today, Wednesday, is the first day candidates may file for a place on the local My 10 election ballots. Littlefield City Council, and Littlefield School Board of Trustees will be among those in Lamb County that will have seats on their respective boards expiring, and will need to be returned or replaced. In the event the candidates who file are uncontested, the entities may cancel their elections. The filing period runs weekdays during normal business hours, through Friday, Feb. 28.

 

Wed
29
Jan

LEDC awards contract for new business

In a meeting Thursday evening, the Littlefield Economic Development Corporation, Type A approved a contract with Abel Cantu II to buy and do repairs to the former Jeep dealer building previously owned by Earl Dow. In their Sept. 26 meeting the board approved $37,350 in funding to purchase the land and building, and repair of the roof on the building. The contract was to be approved by City Attorney Slater Elza, before being finalized.

 

Sun
26
Jan

RAILROAD REPAIR EQUIPMENT

Railroad tie crew workers from several states have come to this area with their equipment to remove and replace old railroad ties. This is part of the equipment that was sitting on these flat cars east of the downtown depot in Littlefield Thursday morning. Friday morning, the equipment was gone, but the flat cars were still parked where they are in this photo, on the second railroad line inside Littlefield.
 
Sun
26
Jan

LEARNING ABOUT COTTON

Jeremy Hawkins, left, Bayer CropScience representative, discussed weed control options, new insect control products, and different cotton varieties Wednesday morning during a break at the Lamb County Ag Conference, sponsored by the Lamb County Extension Office and its Ag Committee. He provided information and answered questions for Jerry Sowder, Larry Hobratschk, and Rick Humphreys from the Bayer CropScience booth at the conference.
 
Sun
26
Jan

EMS hosting program for mothers, daughters

The Littlefield EMS and Police Department, along with Pam Alexander of Lubbock Victim Association Services, will be sponsoring an educational program Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Lamb County Ag and Community Center. The program will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for mothers, daughters and all young girls. The event is free, along with lunch provided at the Ag Center. Those presenting the program are in hopes mothers won’t miss this opportunity to share this learning experience with their daughters.

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Sun
26
Jan

To avoid penalties, taxes should be paid by Friday

The deadline to pay Lamb County property taxes without penalties is Friday, Jan. 31. Those who pay after the deadline will be charged a 7% penalty during February. If not paid in February, penalties will continue to increase each month after January. Those who wait until March will be charged a 9% penalty, if waiting until April, a 11% penalty, if by May, a 13% penalty and by June, a 15% penalty. If anyone did not receive a tax statement, or lost it, may call or go by the Lamb County Appraisal District office at 1500 E. Delano Avenue in Littlefield to obtain the amount owed.

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Wed
22
Jan

Area Stock Show champs auctioned at sale

This past weekend, a total of 188 animals were exhibited by 4- H and FFA members from the Littlefield, Amherst and Sudan
communities at the 2014 Littlefield Area Junior Livestock Show and Sale 
 
Wed
22
Jan

READY TO SERVE LUNCH

4-H and FFA students from Littlefield, Amherst and Sudan were ready to serve the complimentary lunch for bidders and others who were working Saturday, before and during the sale portion of the 2014 Littlefield Area Junior Livestock Show and Sale
 
Wed
22
Jan

GRAND CHAMPION LAMB WITH BUYERS

Kaegan Edwards is shown with her grand champion lamb at the 2014 Littlefield Area Junior Livestock Show and Sale. Buyers represent Farmers Coop Gin, Sudan, Ricky and Gena Yantis, Bayer Crop Science - Jeremy Hawkins, Lowe’s Ace hardware and Pay-n-ave, CPS Fieldton, Opplinger Feedyard, Farmers Coop Elevator, Lance Insurance, Farmers’Coop Gin, Amherst, Ronnie Schroeder, Brown Flying Service, Merrifield Enterprises, Wilbur-Ellis, Doug Mote and BE Implement
 

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