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August 17, 2012

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  • City of Lubbock announces new watering schedule

    City of Lubbock announces new watering schedule

    Monday, August 20 2012 11:26 AM EDT2012-08-20 15:26:01 GMT
    Provided by City of Lubbock The City is pleased to announce that with the completion of the Lake Alan Henry Water Supply Project, Stage 2 drought restrictions will be downgraded to Stage 1 drought restrictions
    Stage 2 drought restrictions will be downgraded to Stage 1 drought restrictions beginning August 20. Restrictions associated with Stage 1 include...

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  • Consider This...Marsha Sharp freeway is a winner

    Consider This...Marsha Sharp freeway is a winner

    Friday, August 17 2012 6:26 PM EDT2012-08-17 22:26:52 GMT
    Like any good game plan, winning means you have to prepare relentlessly and execute effectively. That's one reason why national championship coach Marsha Sharp was so successful, and it's also the reason
    Like any good game plan, winning means you have to prepare relentlessly and execute effectively.
  • Rains, cool temperatures increase risk of West Nile virus

    Rains, cool temperatures increase risk of West Nile virus

    Friday, August 17 2012 5:07 PM EDT2012-08-17 21:07:46 GMT
    The rains and cooler temperatures Lubbock saw Friday morning provided some much needed relief for the Lubbock area. However, the conditions may also provide the prime opportunity for the West Nile Virus
    The rains and cooler temperatures Lubbock saw Friday morning provided some much needed relief for the Lubbock area. However, the conditions may also provide the prime opportunity for the West Nile Virus to spread into our area.
  • South Plains Food Bank raises $12,624 in 24 hours

    South Plains Food Bank raises $12,624 in 24 hours

    Friday, August 17 2012 3:32 PM EDT2012-08-17 19:32:06 GMT
    The South Plains Food Bank was able to raise $12,624 and collect 2,011 pounds of food during their 24-hour food drive Thursday. When the money is converted to food, SPFB representatives say the total
    The South Plains Food Bank was able to raise $12,624 and collect 2,011 pounds of food during their 24-hour food drive Thursday.
  • Sam’s Club hosts open house during tax-free event

    Sam’s Club hosts open house during tax-free event

    Friday, August 17 2012 3:14 PM EDT2012-08-17 19:14:43 GMT
    Provided by Sam's Club For families with children headed off to college this fall, sales tax-free holidays offer a window of savings that can help make stocking up for life away from home a little easier.
    Texas's sales tax-free holiday is Aug. 17-19, and local Sam's Club locations are providing additional ways to save by hosting Open House events that weekend.
  • More rain in weekend forecast

    More rain in weekend forecast

    Friday, August 17 2012 11:56 AM EDT2012-08-17 15:56:52 GMT
    A thunderstorm with heavy rain moved across much of Lubbock County early this morning, bringing much needed rainfall to the City. On the north side of Lubbock at the airport, the City's weather station
    A thunderstorm with heavy rain moved across much of Lubbock County early this morning, and there's a good chance of more rain over the next 72 hours.
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