Category: Wolfforth News

Wolfforth-Frenship Masonic Lodge Presents 2020 Scholarships

Wolfforth-Frenship Lodge was chartered in 1983, however, Freemasonry is the oldest fraternity in the world with its origins in the 1700s. The local branch has raised scholarship funds for over 15 years by investing, conducting money raising events, and collecting donations from…

New Council Members/Mayor take the reins in Wolfforth

The Wolfforth City Council met on Monday, May 18 for a regularly scheduled meeting including the swearing in of two new Council members and Mayor. Debbie Perkey and Corey Layman were sworn in to take the vacated seats of Julie Merrill and…

Wolfforth EDC Welcomes Hometown Tire

In January of 2020, Wolfforth welcomed another new business to its community when Hometown Tire opened its second location at 801 Hwy 62/82 in Wolfforth. Hometown Tire originally opened in 2014 with its first location in Sundown, Texas. Owner Jake Gregory grew…

A Letter from the Police Chief

Southwest Lubbock County, including areas of the City of Wolfforth, are target areas for criminals committing vehicle burglaries. These burglaries are often committed by juveniles and young adults looking for an “easy” score. All too frequently these vehicle burglaries result in the…

Water Restrictions begin for the City of Wolfforth

Water restrictions for the City of Wolfforth begin on May 1, with enforcement beginning on May 11. Restrictions apply to all customers of the City of Wolfforth. If conservation measures are not practiced, the city will be forced to move to Stage…

Hub City Small Business Triage

Texas Tech University’s Northwest Texas Small Business Development Center is partnering with Texas Tech University Innovation Hub, Rawls College of Business, and the City of Lubbock to support the area’s small businesses. As a continued flow of information, small businesses need help…

Update on May General Election

The general election to be held for the positions of Mayor and two Councilmen seats for Wolfforth in May has been cancelled. The deadline for applications to be turned in to City Hall in person was February 14. The application for mail-in…

Wolfforth Chamber of Commerce Honors Area Teachers

Amidst the growing concerns and protocols for social distancing due to Covid-19 currently in place, the Wolfforth Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture cancelled its Annual Awards Banquet that was scheduled for Monday, March 30. Although the Chamber could not gather with the…