After losing at Quanah Tuesday, Feb. 12, the Cubs were in a three-way tie with Quanah and Windthorst. With only two open spots in the playoffs, the teams had to
The National Honor Society at OHS sponsored a blood drive Wednesday, Feb. 6, at the Olney high school gym. Before the event even began 40 students had signed up to
Right: These girls! 7-1 in regular season! We’re on to the playoffs! Played back to back games Saturday, Feb. 16 and won both games! Olney vs. Archer City: 16-0, Olney vs. Windthorst: 30-6 Way to go little Lady Cubs! Top Row L-R: Kendall Bailey, Mikayla Simmons, Oaklan Hopkins, Kaiten Hughes, Natalie Simmons and Gannon Guy. Bottom Row L-R: Rylee Kirby and Jenna Widner
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SPC STUDENTS IN AUSTIN – South Plains College recently participated in Community College Day at the Capitol in Austin. Student members of the Student Government Association as well as SPC administrators spent the day visiting elected officials. Shown on the front row are, from left, Audrey Crowson of Lubbock, SGA commuter affairs representative; Sheana Cherry of Robert Lee, SGA community service coordinator; and Texas House of Representatives from District 88 Ken King. On the next two rows are, from left, Dane Dewbre, associate dean of marketing and recruitment; Bradley Melton of Lubbock, SGA member; Tiara Jones of Lubbock, SGA secretary; Stephen John, vice president for institutional advancement; Rebecca Gililland of Wolfforth, SGA president; and Kodee Scott of Olney, SGA historian. On the back rows, from left, are Dr. Stan DeMerritt, vice president for student affairs; Dr. Robin Satterwhite, SPC president; Dr. Ryan Gibbs, vice president for academic affairs; Justin Meyers of Bridgeport, SGA public relations; Greg Balboa of Levelland, SGA vice president; and Miranda English, director of student life.
Christian Sanders of the Graham Regional Theatre (GRT) was at the Refuge Thursday, Feb. 7, at 4:45 p.m. to start the Olney Theatre Troupe with any children who are interested