Fire destroys Floydada home

Floydada firefighters spent a snowy Sunday afternoon trying to control a house fire in the 600 block of South Main. Police Chief Reuben Ramon said the fire started around 12:00 p.m. and that the home was vacant,

7 FCISD Teachers awarded degree grants

The seven are the 2021 recipients of the TCLAS Dual Credit Faculty Expansion Grant. These candidates will be working on earning a master’s degree with a minimum of 18 hours in their concentration area so that they can be approved to teach dual credit to FCISD students.

Floydada churches gathering for Thanksgiving worship service

As the nation prepares to celebrate Thanksgiving on November 25, members of Floydada’s faith community are coming together to say thanks to the Lord in a collective worship service. Sponsored by Floydada’s Ministerial Alliance, the service will

Whirlwinds Bi-District matchup set

The Floydada Whirlwinds will face off against the Panhandle Panthers in their 2A Division 1 Bi-District playoff match Friday night at 7:00 p.m. in Tulia. The game will take place at Younger Field, located at at 300

Visiting the ghosts of buildings past for Halloween

As a new resident of Floyd County I’ve spent time learning about its history and lore, including its ghost stories. The website GhostsOfAmerica.com has some great tales about a woman and her daughter hearing the horn of