LATEST FRENSHIP NEWS

Frenship continues to grow in housing, students

The Frenship area continues to grow in housing, business and the number of students in the Frenship Independent School District. A year ago, 8,248 students showed up for the first day of school in Frenship, but on Monday, 8,618 students showed up, said Michelle McCord, assistant superintendent of administration in the Frenship Independent School District. […]

McCully, Tigers looking forward to good season

BY BRYAN NAVARETTE A-J MEDIA With talent all over the court, Jennifer McCully said she is looking forward to a good season. “I’m excited. The girls are working hard and they’re biting into my philosophy and style that I coach,” the Frenship volleyball coach said, “and I feel like that is going to get us […]

Last year’s most improved wins top award at Wolfforth Library

After being named the most improved reader last year, Kaycee Cartner came back to win the top reading prize in the Wolfforth Library “Fizz Boom Read” summer reading contest. Kaycee, who will be a third-grader at North Ridge Elementary School this school year, giggled shyly and said it was “awesome” to win. She read 19,903 […]

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Wolfforth EDC signs on with retail recruiter (0)

Wolfforth leaders believe the town is ready for more retail, and they are investing money in a national retail recruitment and development consulting firm to make it happen. Mike Wright, president of the Wolfforth Economic Development Corp., said the EDC looked into hiring consultants years ago, but didn’t feel the time was right. “We had […]

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Frenship enrollment numbers continue to grow (0)

There were 8,618 students who showed up for the first day of school at Frenship Independent School District, but a school official said that number will continue to grow this year. “That number will continue to grow over the next few weeks,” Michelle McCord, assistant superintendent of Frenship ISD, said on Tuesday morning. The enrollment […]

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Local educators describe mixed emotions of retiring (0)

As Lubbock students and teachers headed back to school Monday for a new year, Altah Swindle didn’t join them. After 30 years as a teacher, Swindle said she has had mixed emotions about retiring. Swindle won the Newton Excellence in Education Award from the Beaumont Foundation just two months before retiring from teaching sophomore English […]

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Tigers win opener against Abilene Wylie (0)

BY BRYAN NAVARETTE A-J MEDIA Frenship coach Jennifer McCully was relieved the season opener was over, and excited about the outcome. “I’m excited to start 1-0 of a long season,” she said. “That’s always a good start for the rest of the year.” Frenship started off its season with back-to-back wins Tuesday. In their first […]