On Thursday, December 2, Covenant Health will partner with Indeed.com to host a job fair at the Knipling Education & Conference Center. If you want to attend, please respond in the RSVP Link provided by Covenant Health, here.
It ends as it began. And it begins the same. That is, November ends as it began - dry with seasonably mild temperatures. And December begins the same - dry with seasonably mild temperatures. There is, however, a cold front arriving today and another in time to affect the weekend.
Covenant Children’s is asking our community for donations of new or gently-used, aluminum, crutches or walkers. There is a special need for medium-sized crutches which are provided to patients between 5′2″ and 5′10″.
On Monday, United Supermarkets and the Community Foundation of West Texas kicked off Giving Tuesday alongside partner non-profit organizations. In honor of the day, United Supermarkets made an initial contribution of $5,000.
Lubbock Christian University (LCU) will host its ninth annual Big Blue Christmas celebration on Tuesday, November 30. The family-friendly event will take place in the outdoor mall area in the middle of the LCU campus from 5-7:30 p.m.
We finally saw some rain Saturday across much of the area after a dry stretch of November. Lubbock airport picked up 0.38″ of rain. Unfortunately, we look to return to that dry pattern again, at least for the next week.
Thanksgiving in West Texas begins with a cold north wind and ends chilly. Tonight will be our coldest in a while, perhaps the coldest of the season so far. Rain chances remain elusive, but there is one day with a slim chance.
In a petition filed on Wednesday, the widow of Chad Read is seeking custody of her late husband’s children from their mother. In the news release from her attorney, they attached a video of the shooting along with the petition.
Thanksgiving is one of the most celebrated holidays of the year. It’s supposed to be a day spent with those you love and cherish. While this year, gatherings may be smaller, these risks still exist. Obviously, nobody wants this holiday to end in disaster. However, accidents can occur for different reasons and can lead to various outcomes. Knowing how to act in emergency situations is crucial.
When the first truck attempted to turn left onto County Road 195, the second truck attempted to pass, colliding with the first truck. The second truck then began to roll. The driver, 40 year-old Matthew Cy Jackson, was pronounced deceased on scene as a result of his injuries.
The annual event sponsored by the Residence Halls Association, University Student Housing, and Hospitality Services from Texas Tech University is attended by more than 20,000 Tech students and local residents. In fact, it’s one of Texas Tech’s largest and oldest traditions, dating back to 1959.
A moderately strong cold front it headed our way. On the warm side of the front, today, temperatures again will be 10 to 15 degrees above average. On the cold side of the front, tomorrow, temperatures will tumble as much as 20 degrees.