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CareFree Homes and sister company Definitive Homes have announced today that they are providing an option for all home buyers to include automation lifestyle packages in the new homes they are building in El Paso, TX and surrounding communities.
Recent increases in oil production in West Texas have also increased the amount of money available to the UT System, according to Scott Kelley, the System's executive vice chancellor for business affairs.
Everyone knows the U.S. is now pumping oil and gas in new places from North Dakota to Alabama.
Two teenagers are recovering after being injured when they fell out of a carnival ride at a West Texas church bazaar.
A nearly 24 hour music event raised needed funds for the West Texas Boys Ranch this weekend The "Rockin' the Ranch" back to back music fest was held at the House of Fifi DuBois downtown.
A man was killed after an accident involving two motorcycles on the Interstate 27 access road near Bell Street Saturday.
Country music star Larry Gatlin will open the Grand Theatre's 2014-15 performance season at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Tiny house living isn't a new concept, but the development of tiny house communities is one that's just taking off.
Angelo State University, a member of the Texas Tech University System, was awarded a five-year, $2.87 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support implementation of ASU's proposed new civil engineering program.
Among the nation's popular authors - without a doubt when it comes to sales, reader comments and followers - is one who quietly has called Lubbock home since moving here from "the Twin Cities" 12 years ago.
Upshur County Commissioners Court will consider approving contracts involving governmental grants Friday.
But the current crises in Ukraine and Iraq did not stop the Hughes family from making the two-hour drive to San Antonio to visit the Alamo, have a chicken fried steak lunch and buy fish for their tank before driving home to Corpus Christi.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 08:31 pm
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