Post-Garza County EMS blood drive is a success

On Saturday, Feb. 8, the Post-Garza County EMS held a blood drive in which they beat their donation goal yet again. From 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., individuals could either set up an appointment or walk in to donate. At 1:45 p.m., Post-Garza County took to Facebook to announce that the community had officially beat…

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SNOW SCHOOL

On Feb. 5, Post residents woke up to a heavy blanket of snow covering the ground. According to a preliminary storm report released by the National Weather Service, the Garza County Sheriff’s office reported at least two inches of snow at 12:45 a.m. By 7:09 a.m., the total depth had reached 4.5 inches, according to…

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Post Antelopes fall to Floydada

FLOYDADA – The Post Lady Lopes played Floydada Tuesday, Feb. 4. The Lady Lopes lost with a score of 36-30. “The girls lost a close one,” Head Coach Keith Bloskas said. Briley Miller led the team will 10 points followed by Jaylen Pittman with eight. Marti Cruse grabbed an impressive nine rebounds while both Pittman…

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Donuts for Dudes

Provided by Dawn Jones— Tuesday, Feb. 11, Post Elementary celebrated Donuts with Dudes at 7 a.m. The students enjoyed donuts and juice with the important men in their lives as they helped us get the school day off to a great start. Some of the students’ male role models couldn’t make it, so they were fortunate to…

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Between the Lines

Where the buffalo roamed The Panhandle and Panhandle Plains regions were once home to large herds of American Bison, which most of us know as “buffalo.” Of course, there was a buffalo population in excess of 60 million in the late 18th century roaming the grasslands from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico, so this…

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School News, (Winter 2020)

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From My Desk By Elizabeth Tanner

Walking in a Winter Wonderland Our snowman and snow dog that was featured in The Post Dispatch. The caption reads: With a winter storm blowing through Garza County almost every week, residents are getting more creative with “snow yard art.” This very tall snowman with his snow dog was spotted on W. 12th Street after…

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Fishing Report

Alan Henry GOOD. Water clear 52-54 degrees; 2.49′ low. Black bass are good fishing worms, crankbait, and spinners in all types of habitats. Crappie are fair on minnows, and jigs fishing the pier. Catfish are fair on live bait and stinkbait. Hubbard Creek FAIR. Water stained; 56-58 degrees; 2.70’ low. Largemouth bass are fair fishing…

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Yesteryears by Elizabeth Tanner

70 Years Ago:  H.C. and Sam Garrard of Tahoka cosigned one of the highest priced bulls at the sixth annual auction held in Big Springs by the Howard County Hereford Association. On average, one bull was typically sold for $471 and one cow was sold for $325. However, H.C. and Sam Garrard received over $1,000…

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Post Notes Events

*GED preparation classes are FREE and are offered at Post High School. Classes are Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Classes meet in the high school library. Please enter through the south doors. There is a sign reading “GED” in the entry. If you have questions, please call (806) 495-2770. *The…

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