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Landtroop, Frenship boys down the Demons(0)

December 20, 2014

By Bryan Navarette A-J Media Frenship’s Kenneth Landtroop looks for a fellow Tiger before he jumps up to make a block. The senior post doesn’t worry about whether he can get the block, but rather what to do after disrupting the shot. “Whenever I jump up to a block I like to look and see […]

Landtroop, Frenship boys down the Demons

FISD to hire first full-time athletic director

By Bryan Navarette Frenship today Frenship initiated a search for its first full-time athletic director Tuesday, according to a news release from the Frenship Independent School District. Andy Penney, director of public relations and information for the district, confirmed that the created position is to ensure the continued success of the athletic programs as the […]

Wolfforth Council expands tax zone for local developers

A tax increment reinvestment zone set up by the city of Wolfforth six years ago was expanded during a Monday night meeting of the Wolfforth City Council. The tax increment reinvestment zone, or TIRZ, was set up in 2008. It is meant to reimburse developers for the costs of creating roads and other infrastructure in […]

Agritourism the chief product at At’l Do Farms

Fourteen years ago, the Simpson family was trying to find ways to diversify their farming business. But within five years, they had to choose between farming and the side business they had discovered on their own farm. Patti Simpson said At’l Do Farms stopped planting cotton and focused solely on their agritourism business as The […]

Seven seniors vie for title at annual Wolfforth event

Seven senior girls from Frenship High School are vying for the title of Wolfforth Harvest Queen. The seven turned in applications for the honor last week. The Harvest Queen and the runner-up will be given scholarships from the host of the Harvest Festival, the Wolfforth Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture. The queen will be […]

Council: Bigger garage OK, carport not

Two Wolfforth residents sought a way to build a carport on their property at the Wolfforth Council meeting Monday night. But extended discussion of several legal issues brought a possible solution to the family’s problem without having to change any ordinances or grant a variance. Linda Albert said city officials have been helpful as her […]

Frenship Foundation for Leadership hands out grants

Seventeen grants were given to Frenship teachers for special events they have planned for their classrooms, and a prize patrol went out to several Frenship campuses last week to award giant checks to teachers in front of their students. Grant money of $19,861.44 was distributed among eight Frenship elementary school projects, three middle school projects […]

Area school districts applaud ruling, say fight not over

Three area school districts praised a state judge’s ruling that school funding from the state is inadequate, but they also all believe the battle is not over. Frenship Independent School District, Lubbock ISD and Lubbock-Cooper ISD all expressed support for the ruling. In a statement from LISD, Nancy Sharp, executive director of communications and community […]


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