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| The Parmer County Junior Livestock Show Board honored JeDon Gallman Thursday, March 9 at a dinner meeting at Vet Industries. Gallman had devoted 38 years to the Parmer County Junior Livestock Show. He was dedicated to the organization and the kids who were showing animals in the local and county shows. He retired in January from the board. Also pictured are Mack Heald, left, and Greg O’Brian. Heald also retired at the board meeting on Thursday after 43 years in Parmer County.
FISD announced this week there will be no school Monday, April 3. They will be holding a District-wide Staff Development.
Commissioners explain burn ban
The Parmer County Commissioners Court met in regular session on Monday, March 13 at the County Courthouse in Farwell to discuss a short agenda and further explain the current burn ban.
Council receives update on local ambulance service
The Friona City Council met in regular session Monday, March 13 at the Council Chambers, 619 Main Street to discuss an eighteen item agenda.
Hammett addresses misconceptions about APS
Adult Protective Services (APS) Supervisor Susan Hammett met with a group of community members on Tuesday evening at the Friona Junior High Cafeteria to discuss some of the misconceptions surrounding APS.
Hernandez, Trejo advance to state
The FHS Powerlifters traveled to Sundown last weekend to compete in the Regional Meet and came away big winners. The team scored second place overall with Mario Hernandez and Luis Trejo being named Regional Champions in their weight classes and will advance to State competition.