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Sat
26
Aug

Honoring his legacy

By JOE GONZALES

It’s no secret what Jerry Blakely meant, and to this day, still means to Littlefield ISD. But, even though the former Littlefield Superintendent is no longer here, his spirit still lingers around the entire school district.

To ensure his memory remains as well, his name was recently added to the Littlefield ISD Administration Building, making it the Jerry Blakely Administration Building. A plaque was also hung at the entrance of the building in his honor.

 

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Wed
23
Aug

CONGRESSMAN’S VISIT

CONGRESSMAN’S VISIT—Tuesday morning, Texas’ 19th District Congressman, Jodey C. Arrington, toured Lowe’s Market, and spoke with company leaders and employees about their positive impact in the community, and legislation he can work on to help grow the economy and locally-based businesses. Lowe’s Market is a Littlefield, Texas-based company that has been serving families since 1964.

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Wed
23
Aug

Felton pleased with LHC’s progress

By JOE GONZALES

Chris Felton, the Chief Financial Officer for Lamb Healthcare Center has been on the job for a little over a year now.

And he’s excited with everything that’s been accomplished since he took over.

Felton started as CFO for LHC on Aug., 8th of last year.

Before that, Felton worked for UMC.

There, Felton was the Associate Director of a Workforce Development Program that centered around developing healthcare workforce in rural and underserved communities. Felton said they served all of West Texas.

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Wed
23
Aug

Dunbar set for reunion

By JOELLA LOVVORN

A special “Homecoming” Reunion for Dunbar High School and Littlefield High School graduates, is scheduled for Friday through Sunday, Sept. 1, 2 and 3 (the Labor Day Weekend).

The three-day event will begin Friday evening, Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. when registration begins in the Robert Dysart Auditorium of Lamb County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 2415 South Phelps Avenue.

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Wed
23
Aug

Commissioners hold special meeting Monday

Lamb County Commissioners met for a brief special business session Monday morning, Aug. 21.

After Judge James M. DeLoach called the meeting to order, the Commissioners approved the bills presented by the County Auditor.

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Sat
19
Aug

Lamb County schools receive TEA ratings

By JOE GONZALES

The Texas Education Agency released school accountability ratings earlier this week, and all Lamb County School Districts met standard.

Districts, campuses, and charters receive one of three ratings under the accountability system: Met Standard, Met Alternative Standard, or Improvement Required.

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Sat
19
Aug

Diaz hopes to bring Narcotic Anonymous group to Lamb County

By JOE GONZALES

Benjamin Diaz, Director of Lamb County’s Community Supervision and Corrections Department, has a vision.

And this vision is something he fought for, and is close to happening.

Diaz’s office recently received a $40,000 state grant to help with a substance abuse program he says Lamb County desperately needs.

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Sat
19
Aug

MEET THE WILDCATS 2017

MEET THE WILDCATS 2017 – The 15th annual Meet the Wildcats Street Party took place Friday morning. Pictured is the 2017 varsity Lady Cats’ volleyball team team. The Lady Cats are coached by Head Coach Claire Cozart and her assistant coaches are Gracelyn Henson and Alfonso Franklin.

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Sat
19
Aug

City Council discusses taxes for new budget

Littlefield’s City Council conducted a special business meeting Tuesday evening, Aug. 15, and took care of 11 agenda items.

Following the opening routine, the minutes from the July 25 meeting was approved as presented unanimously.

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Wed
16
Aug

Commissioners handle 11 business agenda items

By JOELLA LOVVORN

Lamb County Commissioners took care of 11 agenda items Monday morning when they met for a regular business session.

Following consideration of most of the agenda, they recessed at 10:30, to return at 1 p.m. to work on the 2017-2018 fiscal year budget.

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