Category: Wolfforth News

Frenship Alumna Competing on “The Voice”

Kelsie Watts recently performed for the blind auditions round of the singing competition show, The Voice. Her performance turned the chairs of Kelly Clarkson and Gwyn Stefani, but it was Team Kelly that Watts selected. Kelsie grew up in Lubbock and began…

Voters Approve $299.7 Million Frenship ISD Bond

Registered voters in the Frenship Independent School District approved a $299.7 million bond on November 3, 2020. The District drew a 59% majority vote from the community with the uncanvassed count at 14,213 votes cast FOR the bond. Designated as one of…

Frenship High School Band Prepares for Homecoming, Competition Season

Homecoming and University Interscholastic League (UIL)  band competitions look a little different for the FHS marching band this year, but with new leadership and new uniforms, The Big and Bold, Blue and Gold – Pride of Frenship High School band is ready…

Meet your 2020 Harvest Queen Candidates

This year 7 Frenship High School Seniors are competing for the Annual Harvest Queen Scholarship! These ladies have put in so much work to have their chance to be a part of this long-standing tradition. Besides completing their application and submitting a…

Wolfforth Firefighter Working to Make Roadways Safer for First Responders

As roadways become more congested and drivers are more distracted, the safety of our first responders and roadway workers must become a priority to our communities. As of October 17, 2020, 39 roadway responders including Law Enforcement officers, Firefighters, EMS personnel, construction…

Wolfforth Cemetery Receives Historic Texas Cemetery Designation

The Texas Historical Commission (THC) recognized the Wolfforth Cemetery as a Historic Texas Cemetery (HTC) on March 16, 2020.  On October 19, 2020 the City of Wolfforth will issue a proclamation honoring the Wolfforth Cemetery at the City Council meeting at 6:00…

Wolfforth Special Election on the November Ballot

The Wolfforth City Council has called for a special election on the November ballot to consider a proposed Municipal Development District, which would impose a 0.50% sales and use tax inside the city’s limits and within the Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction. A Municipal Development…