Sponsored by the Friona Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture
Milk House Market
4:12 Coffee Shop
Kendrick Farm Store
The Looks of Impressions
H & R Block
Home Run Nutrition and Energy
Hunan Thai and Chinese Cuisine
The Farmwife Kitchen
Lowe's Grocery Store
Vet Industries Feed and Supply
Ivy Cottage Flowers and Gifts
Malouf's Fabrics Cruz Alambar
Los Arcos Restaurant
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
Each Winner received $25 in Friona Bucks to be spent at the business where they won. Grand prize winner received $100 in Friona Bucks to be spent anywhere Friona Bucks are accepted.
Congratulations to our November/December Students of the Month. The Friona Junior High Student of the Month embodies our mission and exhibits good character, leadership, and personal academic success.
Back Row Left to Right - (8th Grade) Odalis Faudoa and Erik Estrada Front Row Left to Right - (6th Grade) Stevie Herring and Dorian West, (7th Grade) Ella McFarland and Aaron Rosales
Winners of the Friona Noon Lions Club fundraiser were announced on Monday. Nathan Haile of Keller, Texas won the Beretta 20 gauge shotgun. Trent Cook of Lubbock, Texas won the Ruger .45 cal pistol. Randy Geries of Friona won the Yeti cooler and 2 Yeti bottles. Special thanks to Tyler Gun Works for procuring the firearms and to Clint Hurst & LoneStar Ag for donating the Yeti products.
Congratulations to Rachel Burkart. A Christmas Tree photo that she submitted is featured in the December/January 2021 edition of Country Magazine.
On Monday, December 22 the Friona Post Office broke its record for the most packages processed in a day. The new record is 1,111 packages.
The next Friona Community Blood Drive is scheduled for Thursday, January 21st.
Reminder: The Parmer County Soil and Water Conservation District is accepting entries for this years' youth essay contest until Friday, January 8th. Cash prizes are offered up to 100$. Call Donnelle Jones at 1-806-481-3311 x3 for the theme and more information.
Ringing in a new year means new beginnings and endings. But the world didn't always see January that way. Even when January replaced March as the first month of the year after Roman king Numa Pompilius revised the calendar around 700 B.C., many religions held to celebrating the new year either on March 25th or December 25th according to their church calendars. Even the Julian calendar didn't motivate a clear beginning and end to the year. It wasn't until the Gregorian calendar, developed by Pope Gregory who introduced it in 1582, that most of the world began to see January 1 as the beginning of the New Year.
Candy Cane Day
Card Playing Day
New Year's Eve
New Year's Day
January 2: Personal Trainer Awareness Day
Fruitcake Toss Day
Whipped Cream Day
We have new Friona Christmas photos in our photo section.
Prairie Acres employee Diana Cruz was the first person in Friona to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The shot was given by Kristine Isaacson of K&K Pharmacy of Muleshoe just before noon on Christmas Eve. Fifteen other employees also received the vaccine. A second shot will be necessary in 28 days. Vaccines for long-term care residents should be available in 2 weeks and for the general public in about 3 weeks.
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)