Archive for 2012

Look good all summer and into fall with color, cuts, waxing, manis, and pedis by Salon Meli’

We hate to admit it, but summer is almost half-way over! With a cut or color from Salon Meli’, you can polish your look now, before the summer ends, and start the school year with confidence. A new look might be your best accessory this fall! You’re never too young or old for color – […]

Beat the Heat: ‘We are patio shades,’ manual & motorized, made in Lubbock

Beat the Heat Solar Screens has been serving the South Plains since 2001 and offers so much more than just Solar Screens. Here are a few of their great products: • Manual Patio Shades Don’t let another season pass you by without adding a patio shade to your pergola, outdoor kitchen or backyard living space! […]

Destiny Homes says, ‘Thank You!’ for your votes, support at this year’s Parade of Homes©

Destiny Homes would like to thank everyone who supported the 2012 West Texas Homebuilders Association Parade of Homes©. It was a great success! Their Parade home was named People’s Choice “Overall Best of Show” in the Bacon Crest division by Parade-goers who voted from June 9 through 17. Destiny Homes was also honored to receive […]

Developers vie for Wolfforth Council’s support

Two developers tempted Wolfforth City Council members with the prospect of new residents Monday night. But at best, only one can come to Wolfforth. Wolfforth Council members were asked for support from Roundstone Development and from Wilhoit Properties months ago. Each developer wanted to apply for tax credits given to developers who build low-income housing […]

Wolfforth Council OKs audit agreement

Wolfforth City Council members approved an audit agreement with Ehler and Hettler for 2012, but some council members said they may want to see if cheaper options are available in the future. Councilman Bruce MacNair asked the council members if they had looked at any other auditors, and City Secretary Debbie Perkey said the city […]

Frenship children raise funds, awareness for wildlife center

It’s not that Amy James didn’t know what her children were doing with other neighborhood children outside her home in Frenship Mesa. She knew they had an informational booth in front of her house about frogs and animals and the need to help them out. It’s just that she didn’t realize what they were really […]

Golfer’s demeanor sets him apart (video)

Frenship golfer Jack Vanderburg talks about the upcoming USGA Junior Amateur Championship

Golfer’s demeanor sets him apart

Frenship golfer Jack Vanderburg knows he is going to hit a bad shot from time to time. Every player remembers when they’ve done something embarrassing after a bad slice, Vanderburg said. The soon-to-be senior is guilty of throwing his clubs from time to time. But tossing his putter to the green after a missed putt […]

Baseball standout faces stiff competition at Tournament of Stars

Stephen Smith normally faces 85 mph fastballs and eats them up on the South Plains. So there was only one word he could describe when dealing with 95 mph heaters at the Tournament of Stars: crazy. “I saw a guy throwing 96 mph,” said Smith, who was the first Frenship player to participate in the […]

7-on-7 qualifies for state

Frenship 7-on-7 qualified for the state tournament with a semifinal victory in the Odessa tournament last weekend. The Tigers, who failed to get past pool play in each of their last two tournaments, went undefeated in three group games Saturday before defeating San Angelo Central 39-33 in the semifinals. The top two teams at the […]