Archive for 2013

Focus on faith and love makes Harvest Children’s Academy a great place to learn

At Harvest Children’s Academy, you can trust that your little ones are learning and growing under the guidance of loving teachers, all of whom have a heart for shepherding children in biblical truth. “For our teachers, this is not just a job – it’s a calling they have submitted their lives and hearts to,” says […]

See your child catch up, keep up, and get ahead in math with help from Mathnasium

Children don’t hate math. They hate being confused and intimidated by math when it doesn’t make sense. Mathnasium learning centers specialize in making math make sense. Mathnasium’s goal is to significantly increase your child’s math skills, understanding of math concepts, and overall school performance, while building confidence and forging a positive attitude toward the subject. […]

Stress less with policies, personal service from locally-owned DahlMar Insurance Solutions, Inc.

Wouldn’t it be nice if someone with a magic wand could take all the anxiety out life’s most stressful areas? What if someone could alleviate the “what if’s” from your home, auto, business, life and health concerns? Dahlia Hood, Owner/Agent, DahlMar Insurance Solutions, Inc., just may be that person! With 10 years of insurance experience […]

Teachers: Winter break refreshing

Staff at Frenship Middle School said students and teachers both come back from Christmas break rejuvenated for the spring semester. As students enjoyed a final day of freedom on their winter holiday, teachers trudged back to school Monday morning to prepare for classes. Principal Jerry Jerabek said when students return for the spring semester, it’s […]

City to research costs of auditing services

Wolfforth will not pursue the services of a new auditor until officials have spoken to other similar-size cities to find out how much they pay for auditing services. The council approved its contract with Ehler and Hettler in July, but council members asked if the city has ever looked into using other auditors. Although some […]

School funding tops districts’ wish list for Legislature

By Laurel L. Scott Increased funding for public schools tops the wish list of area superintendents for the 83rd Texas Legislature, which opened Tuesday. “I would like to see them restore the funding they cut in the last biennium,” said Pat Henderson, superintendent of the Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District. “We’re still dealing with that.” […]

Treatment pilot study ‘better than projected’

Wolfforth’s pilot study of an electrodialysis reversal water treatment center is going “better than projected,” the city’s engineer said. Michael Adams, of OJD Engineering, is working on the city’s pilot study. The pilot study is in phase one, he said, which involves getting voltages and flow rates correct. The test electrodialysis reversal unit, or EDR, […]

Girls even in district, boys open Friday

BY PRESTON WICKERSHAM WOLFFORTH—The Frenship boys will open play in District 4-4A on Friday, but for the Frenship girls, the battle for the playoffs has already begun. The Tiger girls (1-1 in District 4-4A) started district play with a defensive struggle against Plainview on Friday night that ended in a two-point loss for Frenship, 24-26. […]

Wolfforth Council to meet Monday night

The Wolfforth City Council will meet tonight at 6 p.m. at City Hall, located at 302 Main St. An update on the electrodialysis reversal water treatment pilot test is on the agenda, but there probably won’t be a vote tonight since it is just a report. There will also be a report on a new […]