Dixie Chicks Make Tahoka Alley Famous - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/28/06

Dixie Chicks Make Tahoka Alley Famous

They sing about wide open spaces but in Tahoka, the Dixie Chicks were looking for tight spaces.

There is a picture of the chicks, that was taken in Tahoka, in an alley behind the Lynn County Newspaper back in 2001. Ever since then, it's become a tradition.

"It never occurred to us to take a picture in the alley so after they did it, we did too," Juanell Jones, owner of the Lynn County News said.

The news staff now takes their picture in the alley every time they get a new employee. In this case, they call themselves "Newsie Chicks."

NewsChannel 11 Interviews Lynn County News
It's a family affair over at the Lynn County News. In fact, many think they're seeing double.

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