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AgriLife Annual Lighted Christmas Parade Scheduled for Thursday

December 11, 2017

Santa to Meet, Greet Local Youth on Courthouse Grounds

You better not pout. You better not cry. Santa Claus will be making his way to the Seminole community on Thursday evening to serve as the grand finale of the 27th annual Gaines County 4-H lighted Christmas parade.

The parade will begin around 6:30 p.m.…

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2017 Holiday Gift Guide

December 9, 2017

2017 Holiday Gift Guide

Christmas Guide

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Seminole ISD Trustees to Face December Regular Meeting Monday PM

December 8, 2017

A light business agenda awaits members of the Seminole ISD Board of Trustees, as they will host their regular monthly meeting this coming Monday evening.

Monday’s agenda is slated for a 7 p.m. start inside the SISD Administration Building’s Boardroom, 207 S.W. 6th St. The meeting is open to those in the general public, who wish to attend.…

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Gaines Commissioners to Meet in Wednesday Regular Meeting

December 8, 2017

Eight new business items await members of the Gaines County Commissioners Court, as they will host their regular, semi-monthly meeting this coming Wednesday morning.

According to an agenda obtained by the Seminole Sentinel, Wednesday’s meeting is slated for a 10 a.m. start inside the Commissioners Courtroom at the Gaines County Courthouse, 101 S.…

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First Presbyterian to Host Live Nativity Dec. 17

December 8, 2017

On Thursday evening, December 17, First Presbyterian Church in Seminole with present their annual Live Nativity.  According to Dennis Haralson, head of mission outreach for the church, dinner with be served at 6 PM and is open to the public. The nativity will follow  from  6:30 PM -9 PM.

Haralson said that in addition to having live animals and actors, the church invites anyone who is interested in being a part of the nativity to join in.…

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NWS: Wintry Mix Possible Late Tuesday, Early Wednesday AM

December 5, 2017

MIDLAND — A chance of a wintry mix remains in the local forecast for early Wednesday morning, according to the latest forecast models from the National Weather Service’s regional office.

Beginning this evening (Tuesday), a chance of rain, snow, freezing rain, and sleet are possible in the Seminole area, according to Midland NWS officials.…

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SPD Seeks Information into Recent Rash of Criminal Mischief Incidents

December 5, 2017

The Seminole Police Dept. is seeking information from local residents in an attempt to crack into several criminal mischief incidents which occurred over the weekend.

According to SPD officials on Tuesday morning, the department is investigating six separate incidents, in which suspects used spray paint and sprayed several cars.

“We’re requesting the community’s help in identifying the suspects,” said Bernie Kraft, Chief of Police for the Seminole Police Dept.…

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Museum to Host Annual Christmas Open House Thursday PM

December 1, 2017

Three Seminole artists will display their respective mediums this Thursday evening, as the Friends of the Gaines County Museum will host their annual Christmas Open House.

The free event is slated to be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Gaines County Museum’s Seminole branch, located at 700 Hobbs Hwy.…

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8th Annual ‘Operation Read’ Drive Underway with Gaines Co. Library System

November 30, 2017

The Gaines County Library system is currently hosting their eighth annual “Operation Read” book drive for the Christmas holidays, according to a press release issued by the group earlier this week.

New, unwrapped books should be delivered to the Seagraves library branch no later than Wednesday, Dec. 7, while the last day to drop off new books at the main library branch in Seminole is Thursday, Dec.…

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Seminole HS Skills USA Seeking Used Bikes for Local At-Need Children

November 30, 2017

The Seminole High School Auto Technology group, a Skills USA vocational program, and the Seminole Optimist Club are once again teaming up to help at-need Seminole area youth with a bicycle donation project.

The project, which sees used bicycles donated to the SHS program for repairs, and in turn, donated to local needy children, coincides with the Optimist Club’s annual “Give a Child a Smile” Christmas program.…

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