August 2, 2002 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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August 2, 2002

                 

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  • 8/2/02

    Post's Most Profitable Possession

    On the first weekend of every month, thousands of people flock to Post for Old Mill Trade Days. More than 250 vendors fill 20 acres of land hoping to convince you that their merchandise is worth your money.
  • 8/2/02

    What Fuels Post's Economy?

    Cereal tycoon C.W. Post gave this town a great start. After his death, Post continues to prosper.
  • 8/2/02

    Trails of Fun

    Not only is it unique to Post, it's the only one of its kind on the South Plains.
  • 8/2/02

    Increasing Water Rates for Garza County

    If you are a resident of Garza County you can expect your water bill to be going up.
  • 8/2/02

    Healthwise at 5 From 8.2

    -Greenlight Foods
    -Sunglass Suggestions
    -Diets for Kids
  • 8/2/02

    Traffic Accidents Cause West Loop 289 to Close

    Afternoon traffic turned into a mess on West Loop 289 as one wreck kept adding up one after another until there were about ten different accidents.
  • 8/2/02

    A Piece of History

    The papers of a woman pleading for her husband's release from a Vietnam Prisoner of War Camp will now be open to the public at the Texas Tech Vietnam Archive.
  • 8/2/02

    Shoes for Orphan Souls

    Since it is tax free weekend, you might consider buying an extra pair of shoes for an orphan.
  • 8/2/02

    Large Crowds Buying Items Tax Free

    Shopping malls and retailers across Lubbock are feeling the benefits of one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
  • 8/2/02

    School Ratings Improve

    Lubbock schools turn in both top and low performing scores in the TAAS Test. Take a look at the results.
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