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New library director enthusiastic for books, Wolfforth(0)

February 27, 2013

Kim Brown had no intention of leaving her position as an attendance secretary at Crestview Elementary School. But then Wolfforth City Secretary Debbie Perkey called and made an offer she couldn’t refuse — although she did spend several weeks thinking and praying about it. Brown is the new director of the Wolfforth Library, a position […]

New library director enthusiastic for books, Wolfforth

Frenship grad travels to Nicaragua to document health care

A Frenship High School graduate will return to Nicaragua this spring with a group of students from the TTUHSC School of Nursing and School of Allied Health. Zach Tijerina will shoot video to document medical work by the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center students. During a trip to Nicaragua last year, he documented the efforts […]

Frenship grad to try out for dance show

A 2012 Frenship High School graduate will cross an item off her bucket list when she auditions for “So You Think You Can Dance?” this weekend. Just being there is a huge honor, Callie Teegardin said of her upcoming audition in Austin. “I’m expecting to walk in that room and hope and hope that they […]

Frenship grad continues to study music

A 2002 Frenship High School graduate’s involvement in music has continued to open doors for her over the last decade since graduation. Joy Harris, who performed at the Frenship Independent School District convocation in August, said she started her musical training at age 8 with piano lessons from Candy Sisson, who still teaches choir in […]

Frenship HS graduate pursues singing career, record deal

A 21-year-old Frenship High School graduate is trying to get a record deal. Kelsie Watts, who recently returned to FHS to perform in the convocation in early August, graduated from Frenship in 2009. She dreamed of performing on Broadway at the time, after starring as Nellie in the FHS choir department’s musical “South Pacific.” “In […]

New Westwind principal has education in his blood

Westwind Elementary School’s new principal has school leadership in his blood — three generations of it. Todd Newberry, who was announced as the new Westwind principal at a Frenship Independent School District board meeting in the spring, said both his grandfather and father were school principals. “It gets in your blood, and you know what […]

Frenship Heritage MS named regional Teacher of the Year

Teachers are really important to students. Jeremy Wagner, an eighth-grade science teacher at Heritage Middle School, believes that at the middle school level, a teacher is the single biggest factor in the success of a student. It’s his job, he said, to learn about his students, get them engaged, get them involved and tailor each […]

Frenship HS grad went from magazines to mental health

When she was a student at Frenship High School, Ashley Womble thought she would be a newspaper journalist. Womble, who graduated in 1999 from FHS, went on to the University of North Texas. An instructor there suggested that she should try feature writing and directed her to get an internship at a magazine. After interning […]


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