Archive for 2013

Frenship Vet Clinic celebrates National Pet Dental Health Month in February

Did you know that the health of your pet’s mouth directly affects overall health, quality of life, behavior and even longevity? Every dog and cat needs professional and home care for their dental needs! “Dental disease is a big concern and one every pet owner should be aware of,” says Dr. Steve of Frenship Vet […]

Diamonds don’t need a vacation – wear travel jewelry from Diamontrigue!

Your big trip is planned and now you’re trying to decide what to pack. Should you take your diamond jewelry or not? If you’re like most people, you worry about the possibility of losing or having your diamond and other gemstone jewelry stolen while traveling. Nothing ruins a vacation or honeymoon more than losing a […]

Local pastor publishes fourth book, ‘Operation Screwtape’

Local pastor Andrew Farley’s latest book deals with problems faced by Christian followers, but it is his first fictional effort. In a nod to C.S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters,” Farley has written about an instructional file found on a device. The book is meant to be read like a training manual for “novice tempters,” Farley […]

Three council seats up for election

Seats for three Wolfforth Council members will be up for election on May 11 after the entire council voted last Wednesday to approve five different election orders. The council approved a resolution authorizing a joint general election, an election services contract, an ordinance calling the election, an election notice and an election order during a […]

Work begins on new school

Construction on a new Frenship elementary school has begun, the final project of a $128 million bond Frenship residents passed in 2007. “We are done with the bond when this north elementary is built. It’s the very last item,” said Tim Williams, executive director of business operations at Frenship Independent School District. The district purchased […]

Frenship senior to be presented at Lubbock Symphony Guild Winter Ball

The Lubbock Symphony Guild Winter Ball will present a Frenship senior this year. The Lubbock Symphony Guild Debutante Program is a volunteer opportunity for high school girls in the area. The girls serve as hosts for the Lubbock Symphony at least three times per year for three years, culminating in their presentation during the Winter […]

Trio of Frenship football leaders earn awards

BY PRESTON WICKERSHAM WOLFFORTH—The season might be over for Frenship football, but the awards continue to pile up for the district champions. D’Maujeric Tucker, Stephen Smith and Brad Davis all earned Lubbock Avalanche-Journal awards this week. Tucker earned Avalanche-Journal All-City and All-South Plains Offensive Player of the Year after his monster season. The Tigers relied […]

Frenship boys end first half of district play

BY PRESTON WICKERSHAM WOLFFORTH—Not too long ago, a Frenship trip to Plainview looked like a looming clash of unbeatens. When the Frenship boys played the Bulldogs on Friday night, though, Plainview stood at 3-1 after a loss to Hereford. After the Tigers’ most hotly contested district game this year, the Bulldogs upset the undefeated Tigers […]

Girls lose at Plainview, focus on next district games

BY PRESTON WICKERSHAM WOLFFORTH—The Frenship girls lost to Plainview on the road, 35-43. For the first half, Frenship played a controlled and mostly error-free style of basketball. The Tigers executed consistently well on offense, limited turnovers, and led at the half 20-16. Colette Kitten led the Tiger attack with 12 points in the first half, […]