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Cordell Mitchell delivers a pitch to the plate during the second inning the Bulldogs’ game against Lipan on Friday at Teter Field. Ranger will travel to Tolar on April 2 for a showdown with Tolar.

Indians hand Ranger a tough loss

The Lipan Indians, despite a solid outing from pitcher Cord Mitchell, kept the Ranger Bulldogs quest for their first win of the season an active pursuit on Friday by grinding out a lopsided 20-7 victory at Teter Field.

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Senior of the Month: Trinity Vasquez

Trinity Vasquez is the Ranger High School Senior of the Month for March. Trinity is the daughter of John and Elisha Vasquez. She has attended Ranger for 14 years. Trinity is an honor roll student and has been actively involved in NHS and cheerleading. She is a hard worker that is active within school and the community. Notable awards or accomplishments include becoming a black belt at the age of 16. She plans to attend Texas Tech University to major in accounting after graduation.

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County Sheriff Chad Roberts, former Ranger City Manager and past Ranger Lions Club president, pictured above with present president Gayln Mendoza, spoke at the club’s first meeting since being postponed in 2020 due to Covid-19. Photo by Margaret Hetrick

Sheriff Roberts speaks at Ranger Lions Club meeting

Ranger Lions Club members enjoyed meeting again last Thursday after postponing meetings for several months due to the spread of Covid-19.

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From the desk of David A. Burton, Lobo Class of ‘89 and partner with the I-20 Cisco Church of Christ

Right Time, Right Place!!

I was just reflecting on where I grew up and all the beauty it beholds in my memory. I recall going to the lake in the spring and going to events at the country club. I recall in the spring the beautiful mesquite trees and live oaks in full bloom along with the bermuda grass that begins with green shoots to thrive in the Texas heat. Just some things that we don’t have here in Lubbock (namely trees). Have you ever thought beyond the beauty of what God creates? The place where you live where all want to leave as soon as they can? Know that God places you in this city for a purpose beyond consuming things and the mundane things in life. God has placed you here for purpose and knew you would be here long before you did (Acts 17:26).


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