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FBC Lockney to hold Winter Bible Study

Special for The Hesperian-Beacon— On Sunday, Feb. 7 the First Baptist Church of Lockney will have their annual Winter Bible Study. Dr. Randy Rogers, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Wayland Baptist University, will be teaching on the topic of “Heaven” from the book of Revelation. There are wonderful images of heaven recorded in the…

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THE FLOYD COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM MEMORIES 1979 — MURRAY MARVIN JULIAN

MURRAY MARVIN JULIAN Murray Julian’s great grandfather was Jubal Anderson Early, a famous general in the war of 1863, who won fame at Antietam, Fredricksburg, Chancellorsville, and was Major General, commanding a division at Gettysburg, and in Vicksburg. Murray’s paternal grandparents, John Hennegar and Elizabeth Gammill Julian came to Capps, Texas from Tennessee, and the…

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THE FLOYD COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM MEMORIES 1979 — ANDERSON AND BEALL

ANDERSON AND BEALL By Mrs. Jonny Adams— The Thomas Franklin Anderson, Sr., family came from Mashuliville, Mississippi to Austin, Texas, where they lived several years before moving to Floyd Co. by covered wagons in 1891.  They established a farm homestead in the Irick Community. John Killis Anderson, the second son of seven children born to…

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Farm fresh goodness

      By Teresa Bigham/The Hesperian-Beacon— Eggs are one of the nature’s most perfect protein sources. That’s why the average American eats more than 260 eggs each year, according to Flock Management. Not all eggs are created equally. Egg quality, taste and nutrition are connected to the production system behind the egg. It all…

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W. J. Mangold Memorial Hospital December Employee of the Month

By Teresa Bigham/The Hesperian-Beacon— LOCKNEY – Elean Mae Abatol was named the Cogdell Clinic Employee of the Month for December. Abatol is employed as a medical technologist. She conducts laboratory testing which helps in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Abatol has been employed with Cogdell Clinic in Lockney since January 2019. “What I like…

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