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In Loving Memory Of Wanda Bishop Phipps

March 12, 1930 - Aug. 6, 2018

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Council approves plan to handle TCEQ fine

Tuesday night, the Littlefield City Council met in a regular meeting and discussed many items on their agenda.

After the monthly departmental reports were approved, Rich Oller, from Oller Engineering, gave the council a presentation in regards to the recent enforcement action from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on the City of Littlefield’s landfills.

 

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Kyle Howard named new county extension agent

By JOELLA LOVVORN

A new Lamb County Ag Extension Agent, Kyle Howard, will be assuming his new duties on Sept. 1, filling a vacant spot in the AgriLife Extension Service office in the Lamb County Courthouse.

Agent Howard told the Lamb County Commissioners Monday morning, July 23, that he grew up in 4-H, and his father was an Ag Agent, so he knows quite a lot about what he’s expecting as Lamb County’s Ag Extension Agent.

 

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Dendy returns home as junior high volleyball coach

By DEREK LOPEZ

Littlefield native, Ashley Dendy, is returning home as the new seventh-grade volleyball coach.

Born and raised in Littlefield, Dendy graduated from LHS in 2014. She attended South Plains College for one year before transferring to Angelo State University for her remaining three years. She earned a degree in Kinesiology and a minor in psychology.

 

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Tyler Goodwin looks to help continue the tradition at LHS

By DEREK LOPEZ

Tyler Goodwin, an Ira High School graduate, is joining the Littlefield coaching staff, where he will be coaching football, basketball and baseball.

He went to Texas Tech University where he earned a Ranch Management degree before doing alternative certifications to get into coaching.

 

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WATER BALLOON FIGHTS

Kids launch water balloons at their counterpart in the Kids Zone on Saturday, trying to stay cool at Celebrate Littlefield.

 

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Lfd. Early Risers Car Show Awards

MODIFIED CLASS - Lewis Allen

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Spencers celebrate 60th Anniversary

Barton and Dorothy Spencer, both natives of Littlefield, celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary on June 18, 2018.

Barton is the son of Alvin and Cora Spencer, and Dorothy is the daughter of Paul and Bell Lewis.

After Barton served his time in the US Navy, he was employed at Pierce Furniture and Appliance. One day, he took a break and walked across the street to the Dairy Queen for a Coke, when Dorothy, an employee of the telephone office, was in the parking lot at the Dairy Queen. They began talking and as they say: “the rest is history.”

 

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Whistle-Blowers Fading Away…

By Dr. Don Newbury

“He ‘takes after’ his dad,” oldtimers used to say about young boys in their formative years. I didn’t hear the expression often, because much of whom the late T. J. Newbury was, I wasn’t.

Limited to an 11-year public school education, he was a common laborer, spending most of his adult life in helping folks “stay connected” to natural gas in their rural Brown County homes. He fixed pipelines, and kept things civil even during rare service disruptions, when customers sometime threatened to forego natural gas.

 

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DOROTHY ANN LEMONS

Dorothy Ann Lemons, 64, passed away on Tuesday, July 24, 2018, at the Lakeridge Nursing and Rehab facility in Lubbock. She was born June 24, 1954 in Lubbock, to Martin Leroy Boling and Cora Lucille Boling. She was married to DeeRoy Lemons for 25 years, and was employed at Market Street for 7 years, before retiring in 2016. Dorothy Ann is survived by her sister, Betty Lemons and husband, Charlie Lemons of Lubbock; three step-children, Debra Jones and husband, Donald Jones of Muleshoe, Diana Reep and husband, Tim Reep of Plains, and Dave Lemons and wife, Melissa Lemons of Anton; and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 26th, 2018 at Hammons Memorial Chapel, of Hammons Funeral Home, in Littlefield. Burial was in the Anton Cemetery, at Anton.

 

 

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