COMPETITION Two young guys stretch for the ball while playing a game of two-on-two basketball on the outdoor court at Hollis-Carver park Saturday afternoon. LPR photos by Russel Skiles
SNYDER – Most days, anyone driving by one of Snyder’s golf courses can see folks trying to putt the ball into the cup.
ANDREWS – Andrews County had a sudden spike in COVID-19 cases this week, with many of the positive tests linked to younger people who traveled out of town, according to a health department spokesman.
BROWNFIELD – The COVID-19 virus pandemic seemed to slow down until these past two weeks.
ANDREWS – What was the world like 100 years ago?
SPECIAL EXPERIENCE Youngsters participating in the summer program at the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club were treated last week by Pam Kearney to a visit with her miniature horses and donkeys. “It was an amazing experience for the kids!” said Tammy Clark, executive director of the Boys and Girls Club. “They got to pet, brush and lead them around. We also enjoyed a picnic lunch out there. The activity was part of the club’s animal theme week, one of the many things the Boys and GIrls Club is doing this summer. Submitted photo
Madisyn Ruiz, a recent graduate of Lamesa High School, has received the first-ever Alfredo Morales Sr. Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000.
There’s an old saying that says records are made to be broken.
Tom Anderson and Tommy Staggs won the front nine while the team of Mario Dimas and Jonathan Dimas took the back nine at the annual Cotton Picker Golf Tournament last Saturday afternoon at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
As wild as it was even making it to the Class 4A baseball playoffs, the 1995 Golden Tornadoes made the most of the opportunity once they got there.