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  • Matters of Record -- Feb 26 - March 1
    The following police report information has been provided by officials from the Seminole Police Dept. and recall incidents documented between Feb. 26 and March 1.

  • Seliger Files Bills To Enhance Teacher Development
    Dist. 31 State Senator Kel Seliger (R-Amarillo) filed Senate Bills 892 and 893 - two bills Tuesday in hopes that the legislation will enhance the preparation, readiness and effectiveness of teachers. 
  • City of Hobbs Launches Radio Station to Share Alerts and General Info
    It has often times been said that communication is the key to success, and keeping with the City of Hobbs’ goal to do its best to communicate effectively and efficiently to the public, another opportunity for disseminating emergency alerts, general service information and event updates has been created for the people of Hobbs. 
  • SHD Directors, Admins Talk Strategic Plan Monday
    While the fruits of one lengthy planning process is currently under construction, as part of a $48.5 million expansion and renovation bond project, members of the Seminole Hospital District's Board of Directors spent roughly one hour Monday evening discussing the district's future. 
  • Seminole ISD, City to See May 9 Elections
    A second Seminole entity will see a contested election in the upcoming May 9 municipal general elections process, while two additional candidates joined the Seminole ISD Board of Trustee's At-Large race, according to the latest filing poll conducted by the Seminole Sentinel. 
  • Three SHS Students Qualify for National Speech and Debate Tournament

    The National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) connects, support, and inspires individuals and schools devoted to giving middle school, high school and collegiate students access to speech and debate.  It is the largest interscholastic speech and debate organization serving middle school, high school, and collegiate students in the United States.


  • Gaines Co. Public Records
    The following are Gaines County public records, obtained and published weekly by the Seminole Sentinel. 
  • Matters of Record -- Feb 23-25
    The following police report information has been provided by officials from the Seminole Police Dept. and recall incidents documented between Feb. 17-18. 
  • Seminole ISD Board to Consider '15-'16 Calendar Monday
    A proposed calendar for the 2015-2016 Seminole ISD school year will be considered by SISD Board Trustees on Monday evening, according to a business agenda submitted by the entity on Thursday. 

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    On Saturday, January 17th the Seminole “Pride of the Tribe” Band had three students perform with the ATSSB Region 16 All Region Jazz Bands, at McMurry University in Abilene. The three qualifiers from Seminole were (in no particular order):  Jazz Band 1 -  Katelin Reed on trumpet; Jazz Band 2 – Kaitlyn Daniels on Trombone, and Jessica Callaway on Tenor Saxophone.   This past September 23, Seminole ISD hosted the Region 16 ATSSB All Region Jazz Band Auditions.  Students from over 15 schools throughout the region traveled to Seminole and auditioned for a spot in one of the bands.  All the students were required to learn three new jazz tunes, and a song to imrov to for the audition.  Each Jazz Band takes five trumpets, five trombones, five saxophones (two altos, two tenors, and one bari), two drum set players, one bass player, one guitar player, and one piano player.   

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