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The Kid’s Inc. Little League field has a new scoreboard thanks to donations from 5W Sales Company, Andy Montana Insurance, Bi-Wize, Bunker Trucking, Campbell Electric, Cargill, Chieftain Gym, Chuck’s Barber Shop, Creative Chaos, Farm Bureau, Friona Star, Friona Wheat Growers, Friona United Way, H & R Block, Hi Pro, Kendrick Oil, Malouf’s Fabrics, Milk House Market, Parmer Medical Center and Wilbur Ellis.

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Three Friona High School juniors completed the TCFA Feedyard Technician Program on April 26-27 at West Texas A&M University. Pictured are , l-r, FHS Agricultural Science Teacher Tracy Blount, Luis Trejo, Carlos, Prieto, and Edwin Garcia.

Town Talk II

Sunday May 8 is Mother’s Day. Bless all mothers on this special day.


The Muleshoe Spring Bling, with over 40 vendors, is Saturday May 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Bailey County Coliseum. Free admission. There is also a 5K walk/run at 9:00 a.m. (more...)

Baseball playoff games

The Chieftains lost a district seeding game last Friday vs. Littlefield. The game was played at Muleshoe and the Chiefs lost 12-4. The loss put the Chieftains in third place in district with Shallowater first and Littlefield second. (more...)

Area students complete TCFA Feedyard Technician Program

Texas Cattle Feeders Association, in collaboration with West Texas A&M University and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, presented 30 area high school students a certificate and vest for completing the Cattle Care & Handling portion of the Feedyard Technician Certification Program April 26-27 at West Texas A&M University’s Stanley Schaeffer Agriculture Education Learning Lab.

Students from Friona who graduated from the program were Edwin Garcia, Carlos Prieto, and Luis Trejo. (more...)