The 2018 Meadow High School Homecoming Court includes (from left): Maria Retana, Noah Perez, Alicia Sanchez, Jacob Flores, Kaylee Contreras, Isaiah Contreras, Macie Turner, and Izaiah Gonzales.
The Brownfield Cubs had no problem reaching the red zone Friday night, but for three full quarters they couldn’t complete the drive to find the end zone.
On Tuesday, the Brownfield tennis team hosted the Levelland Lobos in a district match.
Brownfield was looking to avenge their earlier loss to the Lobos, which took place in Levelland three weeks earlier.
A great crowd enjoyed the Second Annual Boots on the Bricks event sponsored by West Texas Young Farmers Association. The event, held on The Square, offered live music, dinner, dancing and lots of fun for everyone who attended.
The Brownfield Lady Cubs Volleyball teams took the court on Tuesday and swept the Littlefield Lady Cats.
The Varsity girls won by scores of 25-14, 25-23 and 25-12.
With two confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in Lubbock, local residents have cause for concern when they see mosquitoes in their vicinity.
A Brownfield man remains behind bars on numerous charges and $170,000 in bond for a March incident in which he allegedly crashed his car into a local residence.
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