Archive for 2012

Wolfforth Council tweets from Monday are compressed into one neat place here

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Wolfforth mayor reminds residents of agenda rules

Residents of Wolfforth: Your mayor would like you to know that if you have a concern, you can ask that it be put on the agenda for public discussion. The deadline for that is by 5 p.m. on each Wednesday prior to a council meeting. Regular council meetings are held each first and third Monday […]

Wolfforth OKs park for emergency exercise

The Lubbock Amateur Radio Club will be holding an emergency exercise in Patterson Park this weekend after the Wolfforth Council approved a variance allowing them to stay in the park past the normal 10 p.m. closing time. Wolfforth Council members voted 4-0 to approve the variance. Councilman Ramiro Villarreal was not present. Two Lubbock Amateur […]

Frenship ISD board OKs $15.9M for new school

A guaranteed maximum price of $15.9 million for a new elementary school was approved by the Frenship school board at its meeting Monday night. Derek Cobb told the Frenship Independent School District Board of Trustees that the maximum price would pay for a 116,000-square-foot building with a gym. “That keeps us within the budget,” Cobb […]

Alderson Auto Group donation to help fund Frenship math tutorials

Alderson Auto Group isn’t actually located in the Frenship area, but David Alderson said a new concept of putting math tutorials from Frenship teachers online convinced him to donate to the school. The Frenship Independent School District Board of Trustees acknowledged Alderson’s donation of about $30,000 to the district at a board meeting Monday night. […]

Frenship hosts 7-on-7 state qualifier, preps for fall season

WOLFFORTH — It’s the second day of Tiger Camp and Trevor Lloyd hasn’t thrown up. Yet. The incoming junior, who is expected to take over the reins of the football team in the fall as quarterback, is no stranger to the summer workout or its intensity. “Every year I’ve been here it’s been hard,” Lloyd […]

Lubbock Golden Bridge offers small, homelike assisted living atmosphere unlike any other

It’s just natural for Dorothy Price to share her time and heart with the residents of Lubbock Golden Bridge Assisted Living. Her own father, Robert Kendrick, was a resident himself, and the very reason that Dorothy and her husband Dan founded Lubbock Golden Bridge Assisted Living. When Dorothy’s father suffered a stroke in 2002, she […]

The Flower Box is Wolfforth’s new source for beautiful flower arrangements and gifts

Seems like there’s another birthday to buy for every time you turn around! Shop for one-of-a-kind gifts at The Flower Box – Wolfforth’s new florist and gift shop! The Flower Box is excited to meet the floral and gift needs of their community. Owned by Stacy Harvey, The Flower Box just opened this April at […]

Can’t adopt? Save a life by becoming an animal foster through South Plains SPCA

The South Plains chapter of SPCA (The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is calling on all animal lovers who have room in their hearts and homes to become a foster! What does fostering an animal entail? Being a foster means giving a homeless cat or dog a second chance to find a […]

Wolfforth is the meeting place tonight

I will be attending both the Wolfforth Council meeting at 6 p.m. and the Frenship ISD Board of Trustees meeting at 7 p.m. tonight. Check out the Wolfforth agenda here. I am fairly certain the fifth item, “Consider request to occupy Patterson Park overnight from Lubbock Amateur Radio Club” has nothing to do with a […]