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March 1, 2013

                       

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  • Missing person alert issued for Smyer woman, family speaks out

    Missing person alert issued for Smyer woman, family speaks out

    Saturday, March 2 2013 12:12 AM EST2013-03-02 05:12:17 GMT
    From Hockley County Sheriff's Office:Alert: Missing Person: Maegan Hembree, 30 yrs old, White Female, 4'11", 120lbs, last seen 2/26/13 at 6:30pm. On 2/27/2013, Maegan Hembree was reported as a missing
    Friday morning the Hockley County Sheriff's Office issued a Missing Persons Alert for 30-year-old Maegan Hembree of Smyer.
  • Smyer Lady Cats ready for State

    Smyer Lady Cats ready for State

    Friday, March 1 2013 11:59 PM EST2013-03-02 04:59:28 GMT
    The Smyer Lady Cats are one game away from claiming their third State Championship in four years. The Lady Cats will meet the Martin's Mill Lady Mustangs on Saturday for the Class 1A Division 1 State Championship. The
    The Smyer Lady Cats are one game away from claiming their third State Championship in four years. The Lady Cats will meet the Martin's Mill Lady Mustangs on Saturday for the Class 1A Division 1 State Championship.
  • Whitharral Lady Panthers headed to State Championship

    Whitharral Lady Panthers headed to State Championship

    Friday, March 1 2013 11:52 PM EST2013-03-02 04:52:23 GMT
    The Whitharral Lady Panthers are heading back to the Class 1A Division 2 State Championship after defeating Leakey 58-45 on Friday evening in the State Semifinal. Taylor Moore played lights out knocking
    The Whitharral Lady Panthers are heading back to the Class 1A Division 2 State Championship after defeating Leakey 58-45 on Friday evening in the State Semifinal.
  • Wayland Baptist hires first swimming and diving coach

    Wayland Baptist hires first swimming and diving coach

    Friday, March 1 2013 5:23 PM EST2013-03-01 22:23:16 GMT
    From Wayland Baptist University:Wayland Baptist Athletic Director Dr. Greg Feris announced on Friday the hiring of Alyson Hannan as the university's first-ever swimming and diving coach. The university
    Wayland Baptist announced on Friday the hiring of Alyson Hannan as the university's first-ever swimming and diving coach.
  • Former nurse faces high demand for pistol-packing purses

    Former nurse faces high demand for pistol-packing purses

    Friday, March 1 2013 5:14 PM EST2013-03-01 22:14:20 GMT
    As the national gun debate continues, guns and ammunition are flying off the shelves, and one Lubbock woman is receiving national attention for her pistol-packing purses. Janna Henry has a knack for creativity
    As the national gun debate continues, guns and ammunition are flying off the shelves, and one Lubbock woman is receiving national attention for her pistol-packing purses.
  • Nellis named sole finalist for Texas Tech University President

    Nellis named sole finalist for Texas Tech University President

    Friday, March 1 2013 5:01 PM EST2013-03-01 22:01:46 GMT
    Chancellor Kent Hance has revealed University of Idaho President M. Duane Nellis is the final candidate in Texas Tech University's hunt for a new president. Nellis has been president at the University
    Chancellor Kent Hance has revealed University of Idaho President M. Duane Nellis is the final candidate in Texas Tech University's hunt for a new president.
  • Weekend traffic accident in north Lubbock turns fatal

    Weekend traffic accident in north Lubbock turns fatal

    Friday, March 1 2013 3:59 PM EST2013-03-01 20:59:38 GMT
    Angel Flores, 19, has died from injuries sustained in a north Lubbock car crash last Saturday around 4:30 a.m.Police say Oscar Longoria,18, was driving west in the 5700 block of Erskine with Flores and
    Angel Flores, 19, has died from injuries sustained in a north Lubbock car crash last Saturday around 4:30 a.m.
  • Consider This...Moegle more than a Hall of Famer

    Consider This...Moegle more than a Hall of Famer

    Friday, March 1 2013 7:53 AM EST2013-03-01 12:53:05 GMT
    Lubbock and West Texas are famous for rearing star athletes. Equally impressive are the number of very successful coaches that have called Lubbock home.   But every now and then, a coach comes along that
    Coach Moegle received a long overdue honor this month when he was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. His 40-year career brought 4 state championships to Monterey High School baseball.
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