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Wed
26
Jul

Wildcat Marching Band begins practice

BAND PRACTICE – Tuesday morning, Littlefield High School Marching Band’s incoming freshmen and members of the band council were at Wildcat Stadium practicing for the upcoming school year. Members of the marching band met at 8 a.m. and practiced until 10 a.m. Wednesday (today), the marching band was joined by junior varsity football players and volleyball players.

Littlefield Marching Band Director Bonnie Anderson said the practices would take place now until the week before school begins.

 

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Wed
26
Jul

School Board meets; hears updates on renovations

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Independent School District Board of Trustees met in regular session on Monday. The meeting was called to order at 7 p.m. and the board approved the previous minutes as they were. School board members present at the meeting were Will Williams, Gary Birkelbach, Johnny Castillo, Pat Demel and Adrian Solis. Superintendent Robert Dillard and Bert Moffitt gave an update on the renovations that have been going on this summer at the Littlefield Primary School and high school field house.

“The Primary is accelerating; I think they are going to have it done on time, not with much to spare, but on time,” Supt. Dillard said. “I don’t think I can say that for what we’ve got going on over here [in regards to the high school field house].

 

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Sat
22
Jul

City continues with pool project

By JOE GONZALES

The City of Littlefield continues to move forward with plans to build the QUAD, Littlefield Aquatic Center.

The center will be located at West 15th Street and Phelps Ave., in between the First United Methodist Church and Prosperity Bank. The project will be centered on a five-acre parcel of land.

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Sat
22
Jul

Sudan cheer squad has good showing at ASU cheer camp

The Sudan Cheerleading Squad and Mascot recently traveled to Angelo State University for cheer camp.

Sudan came home with Four trophies and many ribbons- first place Sideline Cheer, second place Xtreme Dance Routine, second place Game Day Rally, second place Overall Small group, ribbons for evaluations on chants/cheers/Xtreme dance/mascot.

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Sat
22
Jul

Hospital Board of Managers receive reports from staff

By JOELLA LOVVORN

The Board of Managers of the Lamb County Hospital met for a regular business meeting at noon Tuesday, and handled a brief agenda.

Tony Barton, president of the Board of Managers, presided for the eight items on the agenda.

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Wed
19
Jul

Celebrate Littlefield a success!

By JOE GONZALES

Tuesday, officials with Celebrate Littlefield estimated around 3,500 people attended this past weekend’s annual event.

It’s still too early to get an exact count on ticket sales for the event.

Pat Demel, Chairman of the Celebrate Littlefield Committee said “everything went well”.

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Wed
19
Jul

‘Summer Blow-Out’ this Saturday

The “Inspire Youth” organization of Littlefield will be presenting its “Summer Blow-Out and Extravaganza” this Saturday afternoon, July 22, from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Laguna Park Pavilion.

This will be a large outdoor outreach event, where free food and games will be available for everyone.

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Wed
19
Jul

FELLOWSHIP DURING PANCAKE BREAKFAST

FELLOWSHIP DURING PANCAKE BREAKFAST—After enjoying the Early Risers’ Lions Club’s sausage and pancake breakfast Saturday morning, many sat and enjoyed getting acquainted, or getting to know each other better in a fellowship setting in First Baptist Church’s MAC.

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Wed
19
Jul

SERVING AT 10TH MUSEUM WINE TASTING

SERVING AT 10TH MUSEUM WINE TASTING—Among those who volunteered to serve during the Littlefield Lands / Duggan House Museum’s 10th Summer Wine Tasting Friday afternoon at the museum, were, left to right, Gaile Curtis, museum board member; Sally Davidson, host from The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey in Canon City, Colo.; and Wanda Erickson, Museum Director.

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Sat
15
Jul

Littlefield ISD offers update on construction

by DEREK LOPEZ 

Assistant Superintendent, Rick Richards, gave an update on the summer projects that Littlefield ISD has going.

As it stands right now, the Littlefield High School field house has had some setbacks due to both material availability and different commercial contractor scheduling as a result of the booming economy in Lubbock and the surrounding areas.

The recent storms damaged the siding on the walls of the gable roofed area as it was getting weathered. However, we anticipate it being completed by Friday evening.

 

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