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October 22, 2012

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  • City Bank to award $50,000 to 10 local nonprofits

    From City Bank Texas: For the fifth consecutive year, Lubbock and South Plains residents can help their favorite charity secure up to $10,000 by participating in the Community Rewards program sponsored
    For the fifth year, Lubbock and South Plains residents can help their favorite charity secure up to $10,000 by participating in the Community Rewards program sponsored by City Bank.
  • Beatrice Cabanaz Pays It Forward: 10/22/12

    Beatrice Cabanaz Pays It Forward: 10/22/12

    Monday, October 22 2012 11:39 PM EDT2012-10-23 03:39:49 GMT
    Tonight's Pay It Forward segment brings two former neighbors together again.  We set up with our Pay It Forward sign near 98th and Indiana searching for this week's playmaker.After a short wait, Beatrice
    Tonight's Pay It Forward segment brings two former neighbors together again. We set up with our Pay It Forward sign near 98th and Indiana.
  • Farmers pitch in to harvest cotton for grieving Jones family

    Farmers pitch in to harvest cotton for grieving Jones family

    Monday, October 22 2012 10:01 PM EDT2012-10-23 02:01:25 GMT
    Early Monday morning, farmers across the South Plains gathered at County Commissioner Patti Jones's home to help harvest the cotton fields after her husband Steve passed away this summer. On June 25th, Patti
    Early Monday morning, farmers across the South Plains gathered at County Commissioner Patti Jones's home to help harvest the cotton fields after her husband Steve passed away this summer.
  • Lubbock GOP: Democrats may have vandalized own signs

    Lubbock GOP: Democrats may have vandalized own signs

    Monday, October 22 2012 6:40 PM EDT2012-10-22 22:40:07 GMT
    A local act of vandalism is being called a hate crime by Lubbock Democrats, but the Lubbock Republican Party chair say he suspects foul play of another kind. A Lubbock homeowner says Democratic Party
    A local act of vandalism is being called a hate crime by Lubbock Democrats, but the Lubbock Republican Party chair say he suspects foul play of another kind. 
  • Lubbock ISD: State funding for district in bottom third

    Lubbock ISD: State funding for district in bottom third

    Monday, October 22 2012 5:28 PM EDT2012-10-22 21:28:06 GMT
    From Lubbock ISD: Nancy Sharp, Director of Communications and Community Relations for the Lubbock Independent School District, released the following statement Monday regarding the lawsuit filed by the
    Lubbock ISD is a plaintiff in the lawsuit filed by the Texas Taxpayer and Student Fairness Coalition, which is one of the five lawsuits consolidated for trial and beginning today.
  • Moving the dial: Tech researchers measure debate response

    Moving the dial: Tech researchers measure debate response

    Monday, October 22 2012 4:51 PM EDT2012-10-22 20:51:32 GMT
    As the eyes of American turn towards Boca Raton for the last debate, researchers at Texas Tech are using this opportunity to collect data. Professors and students will be analyzing voters opinions in
    As the eyes of American turn towards Boca Raton for the last debate, researchers at Texas Tech are using this opportunity to collect data.
  • Texas Democratic Party Chairman to visit Lubbock Tuesday

    Texas Democratic Party Chairman to visit Lubbock Tuesday

    Monday, October 22 2012 12:28 PM EDT2012-10-22 16:28:47 GMT
    Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilbert Hinojosa will visit Lubbock Tuesday to discuss issues that are important to Texas Democrats, including the importance of voting during the early voting period Oct.
    Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilbert Hinojosa will visit Lubbock Tuesday to discuss issues that are important to Texas Democrats.
  • Texas Tech hosts WorldCom whistleblower

    Texas Tech hosts WorldCom whistleblower

    Monday, October 22 2012 12:03 PM EDT2012-10-22 16:03:41 GMT
    From Texas Tech University: Texas Tech's Rawls College of Business will host Cynthia Cooper, former vice president of internal audit at WorldCom and whistle-blower extraordinaire. Cooper will speak about
    Thursday, Texas Tech's Rawls College of Business will host Cynthia Cooper, former vice president of internal audit at WorldCom and whistle-blower extraordinaire.
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