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3 hrs ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
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.
10 hrs ago | Gilmer Mirror
Upshur County Commissioners Court will consider approving contracts involving governmental grants Friday.
16 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
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.
Round two in the three-year fight over public education funding is over and - to hardly anyone's surprise - the more than 600 school districts suing the state won again.
Texas Tech will cut the ribbon on "Texas Rising," a new sculpture collection near the West Village Residence Hall, Friday.
Jaston Williams has stories like West Texas has sand - a vast, seemingly inexhaustible supply that swirls up around you whenever you're near.
CanElson Drilling has specialty rigs lined for delivery in 2H14 and 1Q15, which will boost the company's FY15 growth.
The late summer slide in global crude oil prices will push the cost of U.S. gasoline to its lowest Labor Day level since 2010.
The streets of Amarillo may get a little crowded in the near future. With West Texas A&M University expanding their downtown campus, parking may become a commodity.
Among Ted Cruz' goals while in office are to stop the Affordable Care Act and secure the country's borders, a spokeswoman for the US senator said Wednesday morning.
The state's historic bison herd just got more room to roam in a West Texas park.
FBI agents in West Texas and New Mexico have raided the offices of a former college and the house of its owners as part of an investigation that includes the U.S. Department of Education.
Maybe the image that comes to mind when you picture Texas roads is zipping down a West Texas highway in a pickup truck with a dusty breeze whipping through your hair.
For the next two months, state Sen. Kel Seliger will host his annual town hall meetings throughout Senate District 31 and his first stops in the Texas Panhandle will be in Oldham, Hartley and Dallam counties next week.
The face of hunger in Lubbock County could be any skin color. It could speak one of a dozen languages at home.
The 14th annual West Texas Book Festival is slated to continue through to Saturday, Sept.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 05:15 pm
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