Wellington News

Rollins’ shipping shed makes impact on Wellington

By Kaylee Jo Neeley   WELLINGTON — While enjoying Kent Rollins’ acclaimed Cowboy Coffee on the Wellington square, women are hard at work across the sidewalk shipping thousands of products across the United States.   Since 2013, Kent and Shannon Rollins, Kassie Neeley, Marcy Sessions and Shari Reyna have filled almost 300 orders each day from…

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Kane earns prestigious Texas Panhandle sports awards

By Bev Odom The Red River Sun   WELLINGTON — In a virtual awards ceremony held June 28, Lady Rocket Kyla Kane earned multiple honors in the Texas Panhandle High School Sports Awards.   Named the Texas Panhandle Cross Country Athlete of the Year, Kane was also a top three finalist for the grand finale…

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Couples mark more than 70 years of marriage

By Bev Odom The Red River Sun   WELLINGTON — What are the odds that not just one but two couples in the same small Sunday school class at the First United Methodist Church have been married more than 70 years?   The former Young Adult Class taught by the late Olivia Hill for years…

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WTAMU Wellington Alumni celebrate graduates

By Bev Odom The Red River Sun   WELLINGTON — West Texas A&M University Alumni – Wellington Chapter celebrated the 2021 scholarship recipients with a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 3 at the Wellington Ritz Theatre. Board members Sandie Killian and Tiffany Tarver greeted WTAMU alumni and guests as they arrived.   Tracey Ouellette,…

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District Governor presents Lion pins

By Bev Odom The Red River Sun WELLINGTON – Boss Lion Rex Henard welcomed guests Holly Landess, Diann Williams and District 2-T1 Governor Henry Wyckoff along with the members to the May 17 meeting of the Wellington Lions Club. The crowd gathered at 7 p.m. at the fellowship hall of the Methodist Church. Lions Jeff…

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