Monthly Archives: January 2018

Ransom Canyon Home Destroyed by Fire Tuesday

A home in Ransom Canyon was totally destroyed by fire on Tuesday, January 30th.  The fire threatened an additional 20 homes in Ransom Canyon and at least 25 acres across from the home was destroyed. Rand McPherson, chief of the … Continue reading

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Important Dates for March Primary

Registered voters can now apply for a ballot by mail for March primary.  The Primary election is set for Tuesday, March 6th. To be eligible to vote by mail you must meet one of the following qualifications.  You must be … Continue reading

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Littlefield City Council Candidate Threatens Lawsuit Against the City

The Littlefield City Council held a public hearing on sub-standard property located at 204-210 Phelps Avenue in Littlefield.  The meeting turned from ordinary rapidly. City Manager Mitch Grant, gave the council a presentation showing council members the dangers the building … Continue reading

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Filing Continues For the Area School and City Elections

Filing is now underway for the area school and city elections. The City and School elections are set for Saturday, May 5th.  The City will have two council seats, district A and district C along with the Mayor’s race on … Continue reading

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Obituary: Janice Cunningham, 71 of Levelland

Funeral Services are scheduled for Janice S. Cunningham, 71 of Levelland.  Services are scheduled for Tuesday, January 30th at 2:00 pm in the Krestridge Funeral Home Chapel in Levelland.  Burial will follow in the City of Levelland Cemetery.  Visitation is … Continue reading

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Xcel Energy Sends Lineman to Puerto Rico to Assist in Recovery Efforts

Xcel Energy has announced that a group of linemen left from the Lubbock Xcel Energy Service Center on Monday morning, they are bound for Puerto Rico to assist with recovery efforts. A group of linemen, safety men and supervisors will … Continue reading

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Hockley County Deputy Retires After 24 Years of Service

Hockley County Sheriff Ray Scifres and the entire Sheriff’s Office congratulated and thanked Deputy Glendon Burton on Friday as he retires with 24 years of law enforcement service. Deputy Burton has served the citizens of Hockley County for the past … Continue reading

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