Monthly Archives: February 2015

Littlefield Schedules Chamber of Commerce Banquet

The Littlefield Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has set their Annual Chamber Banquet for Thursday, March 26 at 6pm. The annual event will be held in the Ag & Community Center in Littlefield at 17th and Hall Avenue. Doors open … Continue reading

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Hockley County Appoints JP Precinct 4

#KLVTNews #CommissionersCourt Hockley County Commissioners Court met today in a regular meeting. After receiving 3 applications for the position of Justice of the Peace Precinct 4, commissioners conducted interviewed each candidate. Following a brief executive session, Commissioners appointed Rodney Carr … Continue reading

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Sundown ISD Trustee Supports Public Schools on Trip to Nation Capitol

A trustee with the Sundown ISD, Karen Davidson was in Washington DC at the Nation’s Capitol recently to advocate for strong public schools for all students. She was joined by 700 school board and state school board association leaders. They … Continue reading

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Whiteface Trustees Agree to Sell $5.7 Million in Bonds

The Whiteface School Board met recently and approved selling $5.7 Million in Bonds from the $15 Million Bond issue approved by voters in 2013. So far, $9.3 Million have been sold. The additional bonds will be used to pay for … Continue reading

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Levelland Intermediate Student to Participate in Regional Spelling Bee

Levelland Intermediate School Student Hannah Quick won the Levelland ISD District Spelling Bee at the Middle School. She won the competition after correctly spelling the words yield and hawthorn. Capitol Elementary School student Fernanda Fernandez was the runner up. Quick … Continue reading

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Guar Growers Have A New Concern

The new management company for the Brownfield Guar Facility says falling oil prices is reason for concern as the crop’s main use is in hydraulic fracturing. The Guar Facility in Brownfield which saw big trouble last year is back in … Continue reading

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Memorial Service Scheduled for Dr. Marvin Baker, Retired President Emeritus of SPC

Dr. Marvin L. Baker, retired president emeritus of South Plains College, has died at the age of 88. Baker, who served 33 years as the second president of South Plains College from 1961 to 1994, died Feb. 5, 2015 in … Continue reading

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