Thursday Dec 12
Report: Demand for wind energy steady
The study found that the downstate grid run by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas could accommodate all levels of renewable energy likely to develop through 2026 with no reliability problems, according to a news release from the Texas Clean Energy Coalition, which commissioned the report.
Thursday Dec 12
Outgoing WT VP finds excitement in higher education
Through the years, the West Texas A&M University campus might have changed, but one thing has held constant since Gary Barnes, the university's vice president for business and finance, joined the WT staff in 1978.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Enterprise Center awards its clients
Outgoing advisory board member David Prescott was honored Wednesdayduring the West Texas A&M University Enterprise Center Lunch & Learn Awards Ceremony.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
West Texas A&M men's basketball coach Rick Cooper to retire immediately
West Texas A&M University has scheduled a noon news conference to announce that head men's basketball coach Rick Cooper will retire immediately, said Kent Johnson, associate athletic director for facilities and event operations.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Wind turbine testing facility opens outside Canyon
The Underwriters Laboratory-West Texas A&M University Advanced Wind Turbine Test Facility could soon begin generating wind power, officials said Wednesday.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Channel Surfer: WT grad to be on TV tonight
Two of these six singers will go home on tonight's episode of "The Voice." Carson Daly, center, is unfortunately safe from elimination.
Lubbock-Cooper FFA team heads to state
The Junior Skills Demonstration Team of Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District won the Area I FFA competition at West Texas A&M University and will advance to the state competition in Huntsville Dec. 5-7.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Reluctant WT student Boelens grows into leadership position
With a demanding school schedule, scholarships provide the means for Rikki Boelens to excel as a student.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Wind farms continue to spring up in Texas Panhandle
Lincoln Renewable Energy announced the start of construction of a 300-megawatt project in Castro County, and the Public Utility Commission of Texas approved the registration of Miami Wind I, a 288-megawatt project planned for the northeast Texas Panhandle.
Santa to Welcome Holiday Season at WTAMU Carol of Lights
Santa Claus will help welcome the holiday season at West Texas A&M University when thousands of lights illuminate the campus during the annual Carol of Lights at tonight 5:30 p.m. Students, faculty, staff and community members will gather on the south side of Old Main to celebrate the holiday season with the ceremonial lighting of the campus.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
WT seeks items for homeless
With colder temperatures on the way, the Senior I Community Health students at West Texas A&M University are working to make the weather a little less challenging with Health Fair for the Homeless from 7:30 a.m. to noon Tuesday at Guyon Sanders Resource Center.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
University police seek information in rape investigation
University police at West Texas A&M University are investigating reports that a female student was sexually assaulted at McCaslin Apartment on November 16, 2013.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Colleges put safety in community's hands
Police officers at the University of South Florida sprung into action one afternoon last February when a text message flashed on a computer screen at the campus 911 operations center, alerting the dispatcher that a student had a .25-caliber pistol in his dorm room.