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Sentinel Photo/John Carson

The Seminole Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new addition April 17 with its third official ribbon cutting of the month. Dakota Lujan snips the ribbon to announce the chamber membership of his business, Sow & Grow. While working on “anything in the yard,” Lujan added the business specializes in tree trimming. Lujan has also set a goal of increasing the number and enhancing the appearance of trees in Gaines County, so “youngsters can see one for real instead of looking them up on the Internet.”

04/24/2019 - 5:00am
With a recent proposal by the Seminole Economic Development Corp. to extend a $300,000 low interest loan to Korbin and Amy Williams for the expansion of Korbin’s Archery, the Seminole City Council voted unanimously to ratify the deal as it met in...

News Briefs

03/30/2019 - 5:00am
Memorial Basketball Tournament The annual Bradley Gressett Memorial Basketball Tournament will be taking place May 4 at the Old Junior High Gym. Time for the tournament will be announced at a later date. There will be a $200 per team entry fees...


Sentinel Photo/John Carson

Junior third-baseman Thunder Rosalez belted a team-high 12 home runs this season and set a Maiden record with 60 RBI.

04/24/2019 - 5:00am
It will be a one game, winner-take-all diamond party in the Bi-District Playoffs for the Seminole Maidens. The Maidens open the softball postseason Thursday when they meet Fabens in the Bi-District round at Pecos High School. While most postseason...



04/24/2019 - 5:00am
During his recent visit to Seminole, my older brother announced that our dad had given him several lessons on being prepared when Jay was in his teens. Much to his dismay, I must have missed those lectures. I had always viewed Jay as being free-...


04/10/2019 - 5:00am
Until recently I had never given much thought to the word echo. I knew what it meant --basically an echo is a sound heard again (a repetition if you would) of an original sound. In a large room or a canyon, you can shout and hear the echo of your...


04/20/2019 - 5:00am
Barbara Fern Bingham, 81, of Kingsbury, passed away Thursday, April 18, 2019 in her home surrounded by loved ones. Fern was born to John Fisher and Merle Clark Fisher, November 19, 1937, in Lovington, New Mexico. She married John W. “Preacher”...