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Coronado students to perform at St. Patrick's Day parade in Dublin
The sounds of Lubbock's very own Coronado High School band will fill the streets of Dublin, Ireland, on St. Patrick's Day as 94 lucky students march the three-mile parade route.
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
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Bay area rip current reminder for Spring Break beach goers
It's a common sign along the Cultural Coast. But when thousands flock to the gulf for Spring Break, and rip currents are running through the water, do beach goers know how to stay safe without help? "Just remember you're supposed to be swimming parallel with the riptide, otherwise you're gonna be sucked out," said Iowa spring breaker Michael ... (more)
Centennial Bank promotes lending manager
Executive Vice President C. Brett McDowell has been promoted from Centennial Bank's Hill Country lending manager to a bankwide business development position at the corporate offices in Lubbock.
Interim HealthCare announces staff changes
Carol Turner has been named assistant administrator for the offices in Lubbock and Plainview.
Full speed ahead: McDougals make move toward downtown railway
As master developers, the McDougals have made progress in revitalizing downtown, but they are now moving at full speed to the next stop in their plans.
Four Lubbock residents honored by United Family
The United Family honored several Lubbock team members at the company's ninth annual Leadership Awards dinner, including Coey Woodard , Shelby Crews , Kevin Haney and Sue Bradberry , as well as the "UCrew of the Year" team.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Freedom of information remains a push-pull relationship
"Why do you want that information?" - a question that, by law, you should not be asked when asking for public records.
West Texas Outlaws push back on bullying
Lubbock's semi-pro football team strapped on their pads to battle for more than just a win on Saturday.
Douglas: A sleepy change for local library location
Moving the Godeke Library from its $25,000-a-month location on Slide Road was a relief for many members of the Lubbock Library Board, but left many residents wondering what business would scoop up the building sitting on prime commercial real estate.
Frenship High senior Mire competes as Dallas Opera Guild semifinalist 'for the love of singing'
Sarah Clementine Mire, an 18-year-old called "Clemmie" by those close to her, has devoted more than a decade to dancing, acting and, especially, singing.
Martha Co-Op completes new wheat elevator
From left: Rusty Reese Martha Co-Op Branch manager, Phillip Muller - Farmer, Denise McCuistion - Bookkeeper, and Matt Muller - farmer and Eldorado-Mar... Pitcock Supply, Inc. of Lubbock, Texas, installed the 170 foot elevator leg, erected on Thursday at Martha's Co-op.
Hats Off: Fifth-grader who practices hard is earning success as a violinist
Daniel Bae is only 11, but he's learned some things about hard work. He knows diligence leads to success, and he knows having fun with what you are doing makes the work much more enjoyable.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Elderly comedians, singers bring their best for Lubbock senior competition
Thursa Smith shows off her artwork during the American Senior Idol contest at the Lubbock Senior Center Friday.
Lubbock elementary students go 'The Cat in the Hat' style for world record
Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson sits among students, teachers and parents during a Dr. Seuss event Friday at Williams Elementary in Lubbock.
Performing arts project gets boost from Sybil B. Harrington endowment
The Lubbock Entertainment and Performing Arts Association, LEPPA, is still millions of dollars away from the final product, but board members say this donation will go a long way.
Monterey student struck by car Friday morning
A 15-year-old Monterey student was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a car early Friday morning.
City council to formally accept resignation of Sam Medina
During Thursday night's Lubbock City Council meeting, council members will start the process of replacing former city attorney Sam Medina.
Lubbock mayor: Title change for LP&L chief possibly in works
Lubbock Power & Light CEO Gary Zheng's position at the municipal utility company remains in question, Mayor Glen Robertson said Thursday, March 13. With nothing set in stone, Mayor Glen Robertson said he was approached Thursday, March 13, by an unnamed member of the Electric Utility Board's personnel committee about a potential change.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Citizens challenge council over NELCDC funding
On Thursday night, Lubbock citizens made their case directly to members of the North and East Lubbock Community Development Corporation.