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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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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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New museum exhibition has Parker’s headdress

CANYON— The Panhandle- Plains Historical Museum is excited to announce the new Native Lifeways of the Plains. This exhibition will be located in the Bivins Gallery, and opened on May 26, 2018 and will be on exhibition until May 2019.

Among the exhibit’s greatest treasures are the headdress and war lance of Quanah Parker, a Kiowa calendar recording events from 1874-1892, and art by the Kiowa Five. An interactive teepee will help visitors imagine the lived reality of nomadic Plains tribes as they migrated alongside the massive buffalo herds that once covered the American West from horizon to horizon. However, the relationship between these tribes and the animals of their environment was not limited to their interactions with buffalo. Visitors will see devices designed to harness the power of dogs as pack animals and, later on, how native peoples adopted the horse and transformed their lifeways fundamentally.

 

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Horseshoe tournament July 21st

The annual Celebrate Littlefield Horseshoe Tournament is back this year, but will be done a little differently. The tournament will be a one-day event, starting Saturday, July 21st at 9:30 am. The gates will open at 8:30 am for the teams to enter.

The fee to enter the tournament is $50 per team or $25 per person. Included in the entry fee will be two passes to the allday events and the entertainment.

 

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Littlefield Lady Cat Cheer Camp

Cheer Group, ages 9-11

 

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CAMP HOBLITZELLE PARTICIPANTS

These five local youth attended Salvation Army’s Summer Camp at Camp Hoblitzelle in Midlothian, from June 18-23. Hoblitzelle Camp and Conference Center is part of The Salvation Army’s worldwide Christian evangelical ministry. Its goal is to share God’s love with others by encouraging them to explore, discover and appreciate nature; provide quality service and clean facilities in a peaceful setting; and provide opportunities for fun, adventure and fellowship through social and recreational activities. Shown, left to right, are: Mercedes Mojica, Christian Solis, X’Zander McDowell, Daphne Gage, and Noah Martin.

 

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Can You Spare a Bible?…

By Dr. Don Newbury

She’s persuasive without being pushy, soliciting Bibles with resolve like the late Clara Peller. You’ll recall how Clara continually questioned, “Where’s the beef?” in Wendy’s long-ago hamburger commercials.

The comparison to Peller ends with “resolve,” however. Dallas’ Jo Witte—staring 90 in the face—isn’t seeking fame or fortune.

 

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CHERYL (STEWART) STASIAK

Cheryl Kay (Stewart) Stasiak, 56, of McAlester, died Thursday, June 14, 2018, in Tulsa, OK after a sudden illness. Cheryl was born to George and Beverly (McLeod) Stewart on Feb. 7, 1962 in Littlefield, TX.  She graduated from Littlefield High School.  Cheryl married Peter Pete Stasiak on Oct. 29, 1988 in Florence, CO. She was a full-time mother and a business owner. For the past seven years she worked as an administrative as- sistant with the Bair Foundation assisting in placement of children in foster care.  She enjoyed her animals and gardening. She attended Life Church in McAlester, OK. She is survived by her mother Beverly Stewart of Olton; husband, Peter “Pete” Stasiak of the home; sister Dianna L.

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GARY WAYNE DUFFEY

Gary Wayne Duffey, 65, of Lake Stamford, passed away April 21, 2018 in Lake Stamford. Memorial services were to be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 30, 2018 at Grace Chapel of Hillcrest Funeral Home, with Pastor Gary Sanders officiating. Inurnment followed at Littlefield Memorial Park, with arrangements under the personal care of Hillcrest Funeral Home in Littlefield. He was born June 15, 1952 in Littlefield to Douglas Wayne Duffey and Etta Mae Dalton Duffey. Gary lived at Lake Stamford, and loved being outdoors, and going fishing. He also liked to watch Western movies.

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In Loving Memory Of Madge Cannon

Feb. 21, 1936 - June 26, 2018

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