Archive for June 6th, 2017

City of Lubbock Starts Broadway Ave Project
Community News

City of Lubbock Starts Broadway Ave Project

(from City of Lubbock) BROADWAY STRIPING PROJECT The City has developed a project to reconfigure Broadway with a continuous left turn lane and bicycle lanes from University Avenue to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Starting Monday, June 19th, Barricades Unlimited will measure and pre-mark new lane lines during the day […]

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West Texas Native Chosen to Lead Texas Tech School of Law
Featured / Texas Tech

West Texas Native Chosen to Lead Texas Tech School of Law

(from Texas Tech University) West Texas Native Chosen to Lead Texas Tech School of Law Jack Wade Nowlin takes over after serving as the senior associate dean of the University of Mississippi School of Law. Jack Wade Nowlin, a professor of law and senior associate dean at the University of […]

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Cornyn, Few Options Under Obamacare (video)
Featured / Political

Cornyn, Few Options Under Obamacare (video)

(from Sen. Cornyn’s Press Office) ‘Obamacare continues to fail the American people by not delivering on its promises.’   WASHINGTON – Today on the Senate floor, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) discussed Obamacare’s harmful impact as carriers in the state of Texas are pulling out of the exchanges, leaving some […]

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