FHS Marching Band at contest in Amarillo last week.
The Prairie Acres "Resident of the Month" for November is Roger Gee. The "Employee of the Month" is Jackie Guevara. She works in the nursing department and has been with Prairie Acres since January. Interim Administrator Casey Tiffany announced that the Essential Caregiver Visitation is going very well. She said, "Our residents are currently enjoying seeing their loved ones again - it shows in their smiles that are there long after you leave." Currently only one visitor is allowed at a time and visits can only last for two hours.
Parmer County Sheriff Randy Geries would like to thank everyone involved with this year's Trunk or Treat Halloween event. The weather cooperated and there was a good turnout of trick or treaters. You can find the contest winners on the front page. Thanks to the Parmer County Sheriff's Office for planning the event and Parmer Medical Center for allowing the use of their parking lot. See you next year
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The Mighty Chieftain Marching Band received a 2 at the Regional Marching Contest last Saturday at Dick Bivins Stadium in Amarillo.
The Friona Star will have election coverage of the local and state contests in next week's edition.
The Star will also have special coverage of Friona Youth Sports which just completed its five week season for 2020 football and volleyball.
Health Protocols for Voters and Elections (English)
County Disaster Declaration (English)
Friona Community Helpline (English)
2-1-1 Texas Social Services Hotline (English)
County Clerk PSA (English)
Chamber of Commerce Letter to Businesses (English)
FISD Emergency Resolution (English)
Covid Risk Chart (English)