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Square dancers seek new dance partners(0)

July 16, 2014

Swirling skirts and circling dancers aside, Lubbock square dancers believe their hobby is just friendship set to music. Square dancing, the state folk dance, may have been more popular in years past, but the Lubbock Area Square and Round Dance Federation of several dance clubs continues to offer lessons and plan events in hopes of […]

Square dancers seek new dance partners

Frenship HS brothers to travel as foreign exchange students

Two brothers from Frenship High School are both embarking on journeys to other countries this month as foreign exchange students. Senior Landon Carter will be leaving in a week to live with a family in Costa Rica. “I’ll miss about the first two weeks of school,” Landon said. Landon said he was allowed to choose […]

Frenship HS class of 1954 celebrates 60 years at reunion

Sixty years after graduating from Frenship High School, members of the class of 1954 opened up their reunion to members of other classes who wished to come. Nine of the original 27 graduates showed up Saturday night for tea and dinner at The Red Zone, where the classmates had a back room reserved for the […]

Frenship grad accepted into West Point

A Frenship High School graduate will continue his education at the United States Military Academy at West Point next month. Joseph Monje graduated from FHS in 2013, but he said he didn’t decide to try aiming for West Point until his senior year. Most applicants start the process in their junior year, he said. So […]

Chivalry leads to May Kindness Award for FHS sophomore

An act of chivalry led to Frenship High School sophomore Matthew McCumber being awarded the Parent Teacher Student Association Acts of Kindness Award for the month of May. Teacher Connie Pfanmiller had never met McCumber before he recently helped her out when she dropped her lunch, a drink and other items. “Only a set of […]

Physics figures lead to Frenship HS act of kindness

Physics calculations may not be considered an act of kindness, but for some Frenship High School students, Rachel Sarkis’ efforts to help out with them probably seem like it. According to teacher Kelsey Slaughter, Rachel regularly helps classmates who struggle with equations in her physics class. Slaughter said Rachel doesn’t just help with the problem […]

Frenship valedictorian: Lessons learned more important than grades

The valedictorian of Frenship High School’s Class of 2014 said the lessons he learned in school were more important than the grades he made. Ryan Opton said sleep was scarce in the weeks leading up to when he was named as the top student academically. “I actually didn’t think I had a shot at it […]

Physics calculations lead to act of kindness for Frenship HS junior

Physics calculations may not be considered an act of kindness, but for some Frenship High School students, Rachel Sarkis’s efforts to help out with them probably seem like it. According to teacher Kelsey Slaughter, Rachel regularly helps classmates who struggle with equations in her physics class. Slaughter said Rachel doesn’t just help with the problem […]


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