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04
Jul

Celebrate Littlefield bringing popular performers

This year, Celebrate Littlefield will take place Friday, July 20th and Saturday, July 21st.

The giant event will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 20, and continue all day Saturday, July 21.

Pre-sale tickets are now available locally at Littlefield City Hall, 301 XIT Drive; and at Jo Jo’s Attic, 200 Marshall Howard Blvd.

 

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Sat
30
Jun

Springlake extends invitation to its annual July 4th Celebration

By JOELLA LOVVORN

The 2018 July 4 Springlake Fire Department’s Celebration in Springlake, will get underway at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening, when the annual July 4 parade starts moving northward down Highway 385.

The parade will begin lining up at 5 p.m. on the south side of Springlake near and along Highway 385, and anyone wanting to participate is invited to “go get in line.”

 

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Sat
30
Jun

SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Monte Holder, a magician from Lubbock, closed out the 4- week Lamb County Library Summer Reading Program with a magic show at the Our Place Community Center this past Wednesday. Holder (center) invited Jaylond Yarbrough (left) and Easton Yesel (right) up on stage to take part in the disappearing golf ball trick. Holder had just “magically” pulled the golf ball from the bag, and by the looks on both the boy’s faces, they were amazed! The children in the crowd also began clapping and cheering after Holder completed the magic trick. The library also served the children lunch and have away prizes. There was also a water slide at the event. The library is planning to start up a story hour for younger children, ages 3-4-5, later in July. Older children, ages 6-12 years of age, will also have activities for them to take part in also. For more information, you can contact the Lamb County Library at 806-385-5223.

 

Sat
30
Jun

Littlefield City Council holds regular meeting

By JOE GONZALES

This past Tuesday night, the Littlefield City Council met in regular session.

The council handled many items on their agenda.

No one was present for the citizen comments portion of the meeting. City Manager Mitch Grant then introduced new city employee, Alberto Velasquez, who would be working in both the Public Works Department and Landfill Department.

 

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Sat
30
Jun

Kevin Fowler headlining Celebrate Littlefield

This year, Celebrate Littlefield will take place Friday, July 20th and Saturday, July 21st.

The giant event will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 20, and continue all day Saturday, July 21.

 

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Wed
27
Jun

EMERGECNY VEHICLE TRAINING COURSE

EMERGECNY VEHICLE TRAINING COURSE – Saturday, the Littlefield Volunteer Fire Department took part in an Emergency Vehicle Driver Training course on the parking lot of the Wildcat Football Stadium. Lee Oles, who works for the Texas A&M Extension Service said, the course is offered through VFIS, a federally mandated traffic safety program. Oles, along with Jonathan Forkner, set up cones around the parking lot that Littlefield Fire Fighters had to maneuver around in their fire truck. The fire fighters weaved and drove around the cones in different obstacles. The object was to get through the cones without knocking them down. Each fire fighter at the course took part and completed the obstacles in different fire trucks. Oles said there was also a classroom portion of the training that took part Friday night and Saturday morning. He said between class room instruction and driving on the obstacle course, a total of 16 hours goes into the training course.

Wed
27
Jun

Third Annual Summer Tailgate Party

GRILLING GERMAN SAUSAGE, FAJITAS AND RIBS—This grill, being manned by employees of Texas Producers Coop at their third annual Summer Tailgate Party in the seed barn of the Sudan Plant Friday evening. All of the men shown are employees of the coop, and some were having a good time with the youngsters.

 

Shown, left to right, are Clyde Conley who has been employed at the gin 21 years, who was visiting with 6-month-old Noah Martin, Tia Conley and Hannah Conley. With the grill are other ginning employees, Murio Torres, 3 years of service; Jose Mendez, 5 years; and Stacey Conley, 13 years. Stacey said he worked several hours with machinery to clean the floor of the seed barn.

 

 

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Wed
27
Jun

MARK OF EXCELLENCE AWARD

MARK OF EXCELLENCE AWARD – Last week, John Roley’s AutoCenter of Littlefield received another Mark of Excellence Award to hang on their wall. John Roley said the dealership has been winning this award for decades. The Mark of Excellence Award recognizes

Chevrolet’s finest dealers who have committed themselves to unsurpassed performance and customer satisfaction. Shown are: GMC Representatives Belle Muniz, Clayton Turner and Matt Robinson, John Roley, Margo Rios, Anthony Jackson, David Lookingbill, Pat Sullivan, Sherry Sullivan, Jeff Shelley, Kevin Campbell, Brandon Bowman, Randy Fuqua, Israel Morales, Chris Gonzales, Efren Gutierrez, Edwin Herrera, Jim Peltier, EJ Aguilar, Ernest Cantu and Brock Shelley

 

 

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Sat
23
Jun

THURSDAY AFTERNOON ACCIDENT

Littlefield EMS, Volunteer Fire Fighters and the Texas Department of Safety, responded to single-vehicle rollover Thursday afternoon west of Littlefield on Highway 54 just past Bull Lake. When Fire Firefighters arrived, the Jaws of Life were used to extract a female driver from her Ford Explorer. Shown are Littlefield EMS and Volunteer Firefighters carrying the victim to the Littlefield Ambulance. At press time, the victim’s name, condition, age or what caused the accident was unavailable

 

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Sat
23
Jun

Springlake Fire Department to host July 4 Celebration

The 2018 Springlake Fire Department’s July 4 Celebration in Springlake, will be held Wednesday, July 4.

The festivities get started with the parade at 6 p.m., which will be lining up at 5 p.m. on the south side of Springlake near and along Highway 385.

 

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