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August 13, 2012

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  • Stormy Clason Pays It Forward: 08/13/12

    Stormy Clason Pays It Forward: 08/13/12

    We have a very special Pay It Forward segment this week.  We initially set up with our Pay It Forward sign along Slide Road south of 4th Street in Northwest Lubbock.  Three playmakers arrive at once,
    We have a very special Pay It Forward segment this week.  We initially set up with our Pay It Forward sign along Slide Road south of 4th Street in Northwest Lubbock.
  • Texas Tech says campus safety is a top priority

    Texas Tech says campus safety is a top priority

    Tuesday, August 14 2012 12:01 AM EDT2012-08-14 04:01:53 GMT
    With Monday's shooting near Texas A&M campus in College Station, many are wondering what is being done on Texas Tech's campus to ensure the safety of the students and faculty. In just two weeks more
    In just two weeks more than 30,000 students will return to campus as classes start back up. Managing director for Texas Tech communications and marketing Chris Cook says there are a number of safety measures and policies in place to keep Tech safe.
  • Stormy Clason Pays It Forward: 08/13/12

    Stormy Clason Pays It Forward: 08/13/12

    Monday, August 13 2012 9:42 PM EDT2012-08-14 01:42:20 GMT
    We have a very special Pay It Forward segment this week. We initially set up with our Pay It Forward sign along Slide Road south of 4th Street in Northwest Lubbock. Three playmakers arrive at once,
    We have a very special Pay It Forward segment this week.  We initially set up with our Pay It Forward sign along Slide Road south of 4th Street in Northwest Lubbock. 
    Three playmakers arrive at once, but it was Stormy Clason and his mother Tammy Vaughn that arrive ahead of the others. 
  • Back-to-school birth certificates available at City Hall

    Back-to-school birth certificates available at City Hall

    Monday, August 13 2012 5:43 PM EDT2012-08-13 21:43:29 GMT
    It's back-to-school time again. That means many of you will need birth certificates for your children. Birth certificates are available at City Hall, just inside the East entrance, at 1625-13th Street
    It's back-to-school time again. That means many of you will need birth certificates for your children. Birth certificates are available at City Hall, just inside the East entrance, at 1625-13th Street
  • Hockley County Sheriff ask for help locating wanted man

    Hockley County Sheriff ask for help locating wanted man

    Monday, August 13 2012 11:34 AM EDT2012-08-13 15:34:02 GMT
    From Hockley County Sheriff's Office: The Hockley County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance in locating Bobby Joe Cisneros. Cisneros has two active felony warrants for Stalking and Obstruction/Retaliation.
    The Hockley County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance in locating Bobby Joe Cisneros. Cisneros has two active felony warrants for Stalking and Obstruction/Retaliation.
  • Texas Tech System to build Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing

    Texas Tech System to build Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing

    Monday, August 13 2012 1:01 AM EDT2012-08-13 05:01:29 GMT
    Texas Tech Regents have approved a brand new building for the school of nursing in El Paso, 25,000 square feet of space at an estimated cost of $11 million. It will take the El Paso school of nursing from
    Texas Tech Regents have approved a brand new building for the school of nursing in El Paso, 25,000 square feet of space at an estimated cost of $11 million.
  • TCEQ votes soon on Lubbock's water permit in the North Fork

    TCEQ votes soon on Lubbock's water permit in the North Fork

    Monday, August 13 2012 1:00 AM EDT2012-08-13 05:00:43 GMT
    TCEQ Commissioners are scheduled to vote August 22 on a City of Lubbock water permit in the North Fork of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River. The proposal is for Lubbock to dump 32,991 acre
    TCEQ Commissioners are scheduled to vote August 22 on a City of Lubbock water permit in the North Fork of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River.
  • Texas to double cotton production since last year

    Texas to double cotton production since last year

    Monday, August 13 2012 1:00 AM EDT2012-08-13 05:00:42 GMT
    Blame the drought if you'd like, but 2011 was not a stellar year for cotton production in Lubbock, the South Plains, or anywhere in Texas. Cotton is king in Lubbock with a $5 billion yearly impact on
    Blame the drought if you'd like, but 2011 was not a stellar year for cotton production in Lubbock, the South Plains, or anywhere in Texas.
  • Hale County looking at pricey repairs to county jail

    Hale County looking at pricey repairs to county jail

    Monday, August 13 2012 1:00 AM EDT2012-08-13 05:00:42 GMT
    Hale County Commissioners will consider up to $2.1 million in jail renovations on Monday, according to the Plainview Daily Herald. The Herald quotes a company called IDIQ saying plumbing repairs could
    Hale County Commissioners will consider up to $2.1 million in jail renovations on Monday, according to the Plainview Daily Herald.
  • Mayor says 2 Councilmen 'not prepared' for votes

    Mayor says 2 Councilmen 'not prepared' for votes

    Monday, August 13 2012 1:00 AM EDT2012-08-13 05:00:41 GMT
    Mayor Glen Robertson called out two members of the Lubbock City Council Friday, saying in essence that they don't do their homework before coming to Council meetings. Robertson made his comments Friday
    Mayor Glen Robertson called out two members of the Lubbock City Council Friday, saying in essence that they don't do their homework before coming to Council meetings.
  • City now owns what used to be Tubbs Elementary School

    City now owns what used to be Tubbs Elementary School

    Monday, August 13 2012 1:00 AM EDT2012-08-13 05:00:41 GMT
    The City of Lubbock owns what used to be Tubbs Elementary School in the 3300 block of Bates Street. Lubbock ISD closed Tubbs a little more than a year ago and recently the building was demolished except
    The City of Lubbock owns what used to be Tubbs Elementary School in the 3300 block of Bates Street. Lubbock ISD closed Tubbs a little more than a year ago and recently the building was demolished except for the gymnasium.
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