Category: Wolfforth News

Annual Harvest Festival and Parade Coming Soon

As Fall quickly approaches, the Wolfforth Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is gearing up for it’s Annual Harvest Festival and Parade. This year’s Harvest Festival will take place on Saturday, October 19. The Parade will begin from People’s Bank Stadium at 9am and travel down FM 179 to Main Street and finish at Frenship…
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City of Wolfforth Looking to Hire City Secretary

The City of Wolfforth is now accepting resumes for City Secretary.  The position is full-time, with benefits, and hire date is immediate.  Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree or Municipal Clerk certification, a valid Texas driver’s license, and working knowledge of Microsoft Office…

Johnny Vuelvas, M.D. Relocates to UMC Wolfforth Clinic

Johnny Vuelvas, M.D., a UMC Physicians Pediatrician, is relocating from UMC Freedom Clinic to UMC Wolfforth Clinic. Dr. Vuelvas has practiced with UMC Physicians for almost nine years, and he has a passion for providing pediatric care. “I am drawn to the…

Wolfforth Chamber of Commerce to Host Annual Banquet

The Wolfforth Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will host its Annual Banquet on Monday, March 25 at the Casey Professional Building located at 501 7th Street in Wolfforth. The Banquet will begin at 6:30pm with dinner provided by Jeana Kauffman. Tickets…

Be Prepared for Winter Weather

Every year, West Texas is affected by winter weather, with at least one winter storm impacting the area in a typical year. Across the United States, dozens of fatalities can be attributed each year to winter weather, and dozens more are caused…

Red Cross Reminds Everyone to ‘Turn and Test’ 

Red Cross Reminds Everyone to ‘Turn and Test’ as Daylight Saving Time Ends Turn clocks back, test smoke alarms on Sunday   LUBBOCK, TX   Thursday, November 1 — Daylight saving time ends Sunday, November 4 and the American Red Cross South Plains Chapter urges everyone to test…

City of Wolfforth Library Receives Grant

The City of Wolfforth Library is excited to announce that they have been awarded a $24,500 grant from the Ladd and Katherine Hancher Library Foundation.  The Ladd and Katherine Hancher Library Foundation considers grant requests from public libraries serving populations of 50,000…

New Signal Light by Bennett Scheduled to Go Live October 22

The City of Wolfforth recently announced that the new traffic light installed on Donald Preston Drive in front of Bennett Elementary is scheduled to be operational beginning Monday, October 22. City employees along with the Texas Department of Transportation will be testing…

Meet This Year’s Harvest Queen Candidates!

This year 14 Frenship High School Seniors are competing for our Annual Harvest Festival 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…
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