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  • City prepares to move Health Department

    City prepares to move Health Department

    Monday, July 9 2012 9:40 PM EDT2012-07-10 01:40:51 GMT
    The City of Lubbock is getting ready for a new Health Department location. This week the City Council will consider a bid from Minnix Commercial Partners, LTD to renovate a building at 806 18th St for
    The City of Lubbock is getting ready for a new Health Department location. This week the City Council will consider a bid from Minnix Commercial Partners, LTD to renovate a building at 806 18th St.
  • City to settle lawsuit after elderly man shot

    City to settle lawsuit after elderly man shot

    Monday, July 9 2012 7:28 PM EDT2012-07-09 23:28:54 GMT
    If all goes to plan on Thursday, the City of Lubbock will settle a lawsuit out-of-court with an elderly man who was shot by Lubbock Police. In September 2011, Lubbock police were investigating the report
    If all goes according to plan on Thursday, the City of Lubbock will settle a lawsuit out-of-court with an elderly man who was shot by Lubbock Police in 2011.
  • Governor Perry rejects Obamacare for Texans

    Governor Perry rejects Obamacare for Texans

    Monday, July 9 2012 6:58 PM EDT2012-07-09 22:58:31 GMT
    Governor Perry rejects Medicaid Governor Rick Perry released a statement this morning saying that Texas will not expand Medicaid as a part of the Affordable Care Act. Perry said in the statement, "If anyone
    Governor Rick Perry released a statement this morning saying that Texas will not expand Medicaid as a part of the Affordable Care Act.
  • Drag boat races return to Buffalo Springs Lake

    Drag boat races return to Buffalo Springs Lake

    Monday, July 9 2012 6:02 PM EDT2012-07-09 22:02:57 GMT
    It's been two years since they were here last, but this weekend drag boats will be racing again in Buffalo Springs Lake. It's all part of the 2012 "Thunder in the Canyon" race. Jennifer Moritz, Events
    It's been two years since they were here last, but this weekend drag boats will be racing again in Buffalo Springs Lake. It's all part of the 2012 "Thunder in the Canyon" race. Jennifer Moritz, Events
  • Health Department to offer low-cost immunizations Tuesday

    Health Department to offer low-cost immunizations Tuesday

    Monday, July 9 2012 5:49 PM EDT2012-07-09 21:49:05 GMT
    The Lubbock Health Department will offer state-supplied childhood immunizations for children aged 2 months – 18 years at the Maggie Trejo Community Center, 3200 Amherst St., on Tuesday from 2-6 p.m.  The
    The Lubbock Health Department will offer state-supplied childhood immunizations for children aged 2 months – 18 years at the Maggie Trejo Community Center on Tuesday.
  • Border Patrol office in Lubbock to be closed

    Border Patrol office in Lubbock to be closed

    Monday, July 9 2012 5:42 PM EDT2012-07-09 21:42:07 GMT
    Border Patrol agents in Lubbock are set to relocate as 9 offices nationwide will be deactivated in the upcoming months. Six of the offices to be closed are located in Texas. The move comes after the federal
    Border Patrol agents in Lubbock are set to relocate as 9 offices nationwide will be deactivated in the upcoming months. Six of the offices to be closed are located in Texas.
  • World record smashed in flight over Lubbock

    World record smashed in flight over Lubbock

    Monday, July 9 2012 2:20 PM EDT2012-07-09 18:20:07 GMT
    Two men broke a world record in a pair of flights that ended near Lubbock. The US Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association announced on Sunday that Dustin Martin, US Hang Gliding Champion, and Jonny Durand,
    Two men broke a world record in a pair of flights that ended near Lubbock.
  • Doege named to Maxwell Award preseason watch list

    Doege named to Maxwell Award preseason watch list

    From Texas Tech Athletics: LUBBOCK, Texas –Senior quarterback Seth Doege is one of 65 student-athletes across the nation to be named to the Maxwell Award Preseason Watch List.  The Maxwell Award, now
    Senior quarterback Seth Doege is one of 65 student-athletes across the nation to be named to the Maxwell Award Preseason Watch List.
  • Boil Water Notice issued for Tahoka

    Boil Water Notice issued for Tahoka

    Monday, July 9 2012 12:14 PM EDT2012-07-09 16:14:49 GMT
    According to City Secretary Retha S. Pittman, the City of Tahoka has a faulty valve that regulates a pump on their water system and it is necessary to repair the valve while all water is shut off.  At
    At midnight on Monday, Tahoka city workers will turn off the water for two hours city-wide to repair a faulty valve. A boil water notice will be in effect until water samples are tested.
  • 98th Street reconstruction begins Monday

    98th Street reconstruction begins Monday

    Monday, July 9 2012 11:49 AM EDT2012-07-09 15:49:16 GMT
    From City of Lubbock: Beginning Monday, Lone Star Dirt and Paving Inc., under contract with the City of Lubbock, will begin the reconstruction of 98th Street from Ave P to Highway 87.   98th Street will
    Beginning Monday, reconstruction of 98th Street from Ave P to Highway 87 will begin. 98th Street will be closed to through traffic, and will have local business access only. 
  • Cooler, with locally heavy rain possible

    Cooler, with locally heavy rain possible

    Monday, July 9 2012 11:36 AM EDT2012-07-09 15:36:47 GMT
    Rain and thunderstorm chances are on the increase today with the best chance of rain on the South Plains tonight through Tuesday morning. Right now the outlook for severe weather is encouraging – the
    Rain and thunderstorm chances are on the increase today with the best chance of rain on the South Plains tonight through Tuesday morning.
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