Lifestyles

Peggy’s Corner

New titles arrive just in time for Winter Reading Challenge By Post Public Library Staff We have finally received our first shipment of new adult books for 2021! If you are taking part in the Winter Reading Challenge, we have a new book to help complete your challenge under author’s name beginning with the letter…

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Devotional

Dwelling with God by Pastor Genell Knisley, Grassland Church of the Nazarene God’s ways, His thoughts and all about Him are higher than ours. “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways,” declares the LORD. “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so My ways are higher than…

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Henn, Plummer wed at First United Methodist Church

Wedding announcement Marlee Plummer and Eli Henn were married on October 24, 2020 at the First United Methodist Church in Post, Texas. Parents of the bride are Jim and Janice Plummer of Post. Parents of the groom are Steve and Trixie Henn of Crosbyton, Texas.
The ceremony was attended by their grandmothers, Janet Plummer of El Paso,…

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Local students named to Dean’s and President’s Lists

Basquez named to South Plains College Fall 2020 President’s List LEVELLAND, TEXAS – Thaddeus Basquez, of Post, Texas, was recently named to the South Plains College Fall 2020 President’s List. Basquez was among more than 300 students named to the Fall 2020 President’s List. To qualify, students must earn a GPA of 4.0 and complete…

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Romeros welcome New Year’s baby

Arabella Rain Romero, daughter of Katelyn and Joseph Romero of Post, Texas, was born at 12:46 p.m., New Year’s Day at Cogdell Memorial Hospital in Snyder, Texas. Weighing in at seven pounds, 10 ounces, Arabella is the granddaughter of Lannie Baird of New Boston, Texas and Stormie and Daniel Gardner of Lubbock, Texas. Arabella is…

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New year, new resolutions

By Ryan Bowman— Happy New Year! The ball has dropped; 365 days, 365 new chances. All the cliches associated with ringing in a new year have made their appearance as we leave 2020 behind and take the first steps into a new year. Wait, all but one lingering expectation, the infamous New Year’s Resolution. Though…

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In memoriam— Remembering those we lost in 2020

Pedro “Pete” Aguilar Sr. Dorothy Ainsworth Peggy Lou Altman James Allen “Jimmy” Bird III Patricia Bishop Ronnie Mearl Blacklock Brenda Cherryl Pennell Blair Linda Lott Bouchier Ronald Bratcher Kenith Bullard Bill Case Shannon Brian Childers Neal Clary Carol Sue Harrison Covert Vernon Dale Crafton Robert L. Craig Betty Sue Crawford Orlan Duane Criswell Loyal Cross…

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Pet of the Week

Suzie is a very loyal, loving pup. She has been residing in a foster home for the past several months and is house broken. While she doesn’t do well with other dogs, she creates a very strong bond with people. To meet Suzie, or any of Post Animal Refuge Center’s other great, adoptable dogs, email…

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Letters to Santa

Pre-K Ms. Guthrie’s Class   Dear Santa Claus, My name is Chloe. I am 4 years old. I live in Post. This year, I have been really good. I would really like if you could bring me toys. Thank you and Merry Christmas.   Dear Santa Claus, My name is Ariella. I am 5 years…

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Letters of Christmas Past

1950   Dear Santa, Please bring me a wagon, choo choo train, boots and anything else you want. Don’t forget my little friend, Donnie Windham, my cousin, Janie Lea Josey, and all the other little boys and girls. Love, Ronnie Lee Pierce   Dear Santa Claus, Please bring me a firetruck, a dump truck and…

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