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September 23, 2012

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  • President's Prescription: A whispering killer

    President's Prescription: A whispering killer

    Monday, September 24 2012 5:58 PM EDT2012-09-24 21:58:05 GMT
    How well do you listen to your body? Subtle symptoms may occur that tip you off to a potential problem. Since the vast majority of women found to have ovarian cancer at an early stage can be treated very
    How well do you listen to your body? Subtle symptoms may occur that tip you off to a potential problem. Since the vast majority of women found to have ovarian cancer at an early stage can be treated very effectively, learn to listen to your body.
  • Volunteers search park for clues to Ysasaga disappearance

    Volunteers search park for clues to Ysasaga disappearance

    Monday, September 24 2012 5:58 AM EDT2012-09-24 09:58:14 GMT
    Authorities conducted a grid by grid search of Mackenzie Park on Sunday, searching for clues to the disappearance of a teen who went missing more than three months ago. Lubbock police were called out to
    The Laura Recovery Center joined CSFI for Missing Children, along with the Ysasaga family and volunteers to conduct a grid by grid search on Sunday morning, to find for clues to the disappearance of a teen who went missing more than three months ago.
  • Sunday afternoon fire destroys mobile home

    Sunday afternoon fire destroys mobile home

    Sunday, September 23 2012 10:14 PM EDT2012-09-24 02:14:30 GMT
    Roosevelt, Idalou, and Buffalo Springs fire departments all responded to a fire at a mobile home park Sunday afternoon. The call came in just before 4 p.m. from the West Vue Mobile Home Park at 1714 County
    Roosevelt, Idalou, and Buffalo Springs fire departments all responded to a fire at a mobile home park Sunday afternoon.
  • Region 17 schools to host anti-bullying conference on Tuesday

    Region 17 schools to host anti-bullying conference on Tuesday

    Sunday, September 23 2012 8:36 PM EDT2012-09-24 00:36:21 GMT
    Region 17 schools will be hosting their Bulling: It Ends with Me conference at the Civic Center Exhibition Hall on Tuesday. This conference is designed for students in Grades 3-12 and presentations will
    This conference is designed for students in Grades 3-12 and presentations will be delivered at campus specific levels. The main objective of this conference is to help students understand the adverse effects bullying can have on others and how they can help prevent bullying at their school.
  • Marathon Couple runs on the power of beef

    Marathon Couple runs on the power of beef

    Sunday, September 23 2012 6:56 PM EDT2012-09-23 22:56:35 GMT
    Marathon Obsessed Texans Compete in Panhandle Marathon The first ever Panhandle Marathon was held in Lubbock this morning, and among the runners were a husband and wife team from New Braunfels who are
    The first ever Panhandle Marathon was held in Lubbock Sunday morning. The runners included a husband and wife team from New Braunfels who say they are addicted to running.
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