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Seminole Realtor Bestowed Recent Honor

February 25, 2017

Dixie Lentz, owner/broker of The Real Estate Place, Inc., 201 South Main Street, has been awarded the Accredited Buyer’s Representation (ABR)® designation by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council (REBAC) of the National Association of Realtors ® (NAR).

Dixie joins more than 30,000 real estate professionals in North America who have earned the ABR designation.…

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Gaines Co. Public Records: For the Week of Feb. 22, 2017

February 25, 2017

Marriage License
Peter Friesen Harder, 33 and Rosa Linda Friesen Dueck, 28.
Bernardo Guillen Saucedo, 28 and Ashley Leeann Marquez, 24.
Johnny Hiebert Martens, 23 and Judy Klassen, 18.
James Walter Idell, Jr., 23 and Devan Rae Wall, 23.
Luis H. Garcia, 25 and Rebecca Nicole Reimer, 23.
John Edward Villarreal, 44 and Susan Michelle Cardenas, 42.…

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Matters of Record: Feb. 16 – Feb. 22, 2017

February 25, 2017

Seminole Police Dept.
Feb. 16 — Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of South Main in reference to a theft. The complainant reported that the suspect took change from the employee after passing a fake $100 bill. A report was filed and the investigation is ongoing.

Feb. 16 — Officers with the Seminole Police Dept.…

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Seminole EDC to Host Program Hearings Monday

February 24, 2017

Four public hearings will be conducted by members of the Seminole Economic Development Corporation’s Board of Directors, as they will host their regular monthly meeting for the month of February this coming Monday afternoon at Seminole City Hall.

Monday’s meeting is slated for a 5 p.m. start inside the Seminole City Council’s Chambers.…

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Gaines Commissioners to Receive Quarterly Investment Report

February 24, 2017

A light business agenda awaits members of the Gaines County Commissioners Court in their second regular, semi-monthly meeting for the month of February, according to an agenda obtained by the Seminole Sentinel on Friday.

The Court’s Monday, 10 a.m. scheduled meeting, is open to the general public and will be held inside the Commissioners’ Courtroom, located at the Gaines County Courthouse, 101 S.…

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Gaines’ 2016 Bale Count Tops Out at 448,156

February 24, 2017

Gaines County’s lone operating gin following last Friday’s (Feb. 17) bale count polling conducted by the Seminole Sentinel announced they had ceased operations on Wednesday of this past week, in polling conducted Friday morning by the publication.

With the 2016 cotton harvest season officially closed for Gaines County’s eight operational gins, the Sentinel’s unofficial bale count topped out at 448,156 processed bales of cotton.…

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Seminole Council to Consider Canceling May Election

February 24, 2017

Five business items will await members of the Seminole City Council, as they will host their second semi-monthly regular meeting this coming Monday evening at Seminole City Hall.

Monday’s meeting, slated for a 7 p.m. start inside the Council’s Chambers, is open to the general public, for those who are interested in attending.…

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Bryant Murder Case: Villarreal Walks Following ‘Motion to Dismiss’ Approval Thursday

February 24, 2017

106th DA’s Office Says Evidence ‘Legally Insufficient to Pursue Criminal Prosecution’

A motion was approved Thursday in the 106th District Court which exonerated a first degree murder charge against a now 47-year-old Hobbs, N.M. man for his alleged involvement in the death of a Seagraves man in March 2008.

In Thursday’s “Motion to Dismiss,” officials with the 106th District Attorney’s Office found evidence in the case against Jose Luis Villarreal, 47, of Hobbs, N.M., to be “legally insufficient to pursue criminal prosecution” in the March 25, 2008 death of  54-year-old Seagraves resident Robert “Rocky” Glenn Bryant.…

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Lapusan Wins 2017 Seminole Elementary Spelling Bee

February 23, 2017

Seminole ISD fifth grade student Daniel Lapusan edged fellow fourth grade student Sultan Kantar to take top honors as the 2017 Seminole Elementary Spelling Bee Champion, in competition held earlier this month at the Elementary Multi-Purpose Room.
Lapusan, who also captured the fifth grade class crown, bested four other individuals from the fifth grade level to advance to the school championship round.…

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Seminole Council to Consider Canceling May Election

February 23, 2017

Five business items will await members of the Seminole City Council, as they will host their second semi-monthly regular meeting this coming Monday evening at Seminole City Hall.

Monday’s meeting, slated for a 7 p.m. start inside the Council’s Chambers, is open to the general public, for those who are interested in attending.…

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