Saturday, February 17, 2018
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Capital Farm Credit recently contributed $25,000 to help with renovations at the historical 110 Main Street building in Sudan, that will house Shelby’s Bridge, Gift and Thrift Shop. Shelby’s Bridge is a non-profit organization that aims to provide a place where adults with disabilities... + continue reading
Saturday, February 17, 2018
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The National Grocer’s Association has announced Littlefield, Texas-based Lowe’s Market, as the 2018 Creative Choice Outstanding Marketer at this week’s NGA Annual Conventioan held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The title is the highest award of the annual program, which recognizes the best... + continue reading
Saturday, February 17, 2018
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Brenda Goheen, Lamb County Voter Registrar, watched one of the two M100 Voter Counting Machines being tested Friday morning in the County Clerk’s office. The machines, which will count the results from the ballots of voters in all 12 voting precincts, were working right Friday, during testing... + continue reading
Saturday, February 17, 2018
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By  DEREKLOPEZ   The Sudan Nettes varsity basketball team saw their season come to a close in the 2A Area round of the playoffs on Thursday against the Panhandle Pantherettes, 68-24.   The Nettes finished the season with an overall record of 23-6, 8-2 in district... + continue reading
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By SUSIE GREEN   A life-long journey began whenJake Moreland and Lucy Martinsaid fiI dofl on their wedding daFeb. 20, 1948 in Hart.They didn™t know what life hadin store for them, but ithas been an amazing 70years of loving, caring,and sharing!After they were mar-ried, they... + continue reading

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02/17/2018
By JOELLA LOVVORN   Early voting begins Tuesday, Feb. 20 and concludes Friday, March 2, for the Tuesday, March 6 Republican and Democratic Party Primary elections. Early voters in all 12 Lamb County Voting Precincts will be casting their ballots in... + continue reading
02/17/2018
By Joe Gonzales   The past month or so, I’ve been having some fun picking on my beautiful wife, Jessica. You see, next Wednesday, Feb., 21st, is her birthday. But unlike past birthdays, she’s not too excited about this one. Why? She... + continue reading

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By DEREK LOPEZ The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity basketball team overcame a slow start on Friday to hold off the Mules in Muleshoe, 50- 41. With the victory, the Wildcats improve to, 17-13 overall, 11-2 in district play. Andrew Valdez nailed a deep two from the left elbow to open the... + continue reading
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This past Friday, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., Littlefield ISD’s Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) held a free health fair at the Littlefield Old Gym. The event was sponsored by SHAC and benefited both students and parents. Shown is Littlefield Senior Ethan Herrera donating blood for... + continue reading
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By JOE GONZALES Monday night, the Rotary Club of Littlefield sponsored a Political Forum inside the Littlefield High School Auditorium. The forum consisted of candidates for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 – Cody West, Tim Walker and Rick Zinn. County Commissioner for Precinct 4... + continue reading
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02/17/2018 - 0 comment(s)
By  DEREKLOPEZ   The Sudan Nettes varsity basketball team saw their season come to a close in the 2A Area round of the playoffs on Thursday against the Panhandle Pantherettes, 68... + continue reading

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By Joe Gonzales   The past month or so, I’ve been having some fun picking on my beautiful wife, Jessica. You see, next Wednesday, Feb., 21st, is her birthday. But unlike past... + continue reading

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02/17/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Capital Farm Credit recently contributed $25,000 to help with renovations at the historical 110 Main Street building in Sudan, that will house Shelby’s Bridge, Gift and Thrift Shop. Shelby... + continue reading