Business

Lifelong passion for cars becomes full-time business

After three months of intensive planning, Lee Rutherford opened A+ Tire and Lube at 512 N. Broadway. “A+ Tire and Lube is a family owned and operated automotive business,” Rutherford said. “I decided to open my own shop because I was tired of working for someone else. I wanted to have the ability to build…

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Commissioners’ Court–Owners of 705 Chantilly Lane receive keys

The Garza County commissioners approved new Nov. 3 general election polling locations for Precincts 2 and 6 and the combination of two other polling locations during the court’s June 22 meeting. District and County Clerk Jim Plummer explained that the current Precinct 4 polling place will not be available for election purposes. Therefore, the polling…

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Coffee Wizards introduces new location to public

“It’s been an exciting and bittersweet week.” What started as a booth at Trade Days in June 2017 is now a full-service coffee shop in a permanent store-front in Post. Coffee Wizards’ Owners Jeff and Dawna Hood opened their new location at 508 N. Broadway to the public on June 8. “It’s been an exciting…

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Old Mill Trade Days bustling after two months of closure

Old Mill Trade Days was bustling this weekend after remaining closed for two months due to Covid-19. Co-owners Curt and Donna Cowdrey said they are happy to be back, deeming their first weekend back a success. With more than 120 vendors, shoppers enjoyed old favorites including Crafty Jackrabbit, The Jersey Lilly and Rockin’ K Outfitters…

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Ragtown reopens with Sweet Sixteen

Brothers Glenn and Chip Polk are excited to reopen Ragtown Gospel Theater following months of being closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The duo reopened the theater Saturday, June 6. “I’m excited to share this news,” co-founder Chip Polk said. “We’re thrilled to be able to reopen, finally.” Continuing the performance of their comedy Sweet…

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Severe thunderstorm ravages Garza County

Nearly two inches of rain fell across Garza County Thursday, June 4, as a severe thunderstorm rolled through the area. According to the National Weather Service of Lubbock, 1.93 inches of rain fell along with pea-sized hail and wind gusts of 94 miles per hour. The storm caused damage to trees, powerlines, fences, windows and…

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OMTD set for June 13 & 14

Old Mill Trade Days is ready to reopen after two months of being closed. After cancelling the May 9-10 and April 11 events, owners Donna and Curt Cowdrey said they are excited to open the gates to the public. With customer favorites, including Smokin’ Dicks BBQ, Dusty Daze, Coffee Wizards and Happy Gift Shoppe, Donna…

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Retail Therapy with Friends

The public is invited to “Retail Therapy with Friends” 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 13 in downtown Post. Shoppers will be able to enjoy sidewalk shopping, wine tasting, giveaways and drawings. Hosted by Buffalo Creek Threads, East Main Street is set to be bustling with shoppers. “Grab your bestie and come join us,”…

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Chapa’s dining room to remain closed

Chapa’s Restaurant has recently announced that their dining rooms will remain closed until further notice. Sincerely apologizing for any inconveniences, they remind customers that curbside and call-in orders are still welcome. To place an order, call Chapa’s Restaurant at 806-495-3848.

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