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Texas Tech Chess Team in 3rd Place at The President’s Cup in NYC

Texas Tech Chess Team in 3rd Place at The President’s Cup in NYC

The Knight Raiders are making their sixth all-time appearance at the Final 4 of College Chess competition. From Texas Tech The Texas Tech University Knight Raiders chess team completed day one of play at The President’s Cup, known as the Final 4 of College Chess, in third place Saturday at[Read More…]

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by April 3, 2016 Texas Tech
NO. 22 TEXAS TECH DROPS K-STATE, 10-3, IN OPENER

NO. 22 TEXAS TECH DROPS K-STATE, 10-3, IN OPENER

Stephen Smith matched his career high with five RBI in Texas Tech’s 10-3 victory Saturday From Texas Tech Athletics LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech exploded for seven runs in the second inning Saturday afternoon, propelling the 22nd-ranked Red Raiders to a 10-3 victory over K-State in the first game of[Read More…]

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by April 3, 2016 Sports, Texas Tech
Mayor, LISD and District 1 Forum Apr. 8, 2016

Mayor, LISD and District 1 Forum Apr. 8, 2016

Forum for Mayor, LISD School Board and City Council Place 1   El Editor and L.U.N.A is hosting a public forum for candidates in the Lubbock District 1 City Council, LISD, and Lubbock Mayoral election Friday, April 8, 2016, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Cavazos Middle School 210 North University[Read More…]

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by April 2, 2016 Political
HIGH PLAINS WATER DISTRICT ACCEPTING RFPs FOR RESEARCH

HIGH PLAINS WATER DISTRICT ACCEPTING RFPs FOR RESEARCH

From HPWD LUBBOCK, TX – The High Plains Underground Water Conservation District (HPWD) is accepting requests for proposals for funding of water conservation research, demonstration, and educational efforts in fiscal year 2017. “The HPWD Board of Directors encourages persons working in these respective areas to submit proposals for funding no[Read More…]

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by April 1, 2016 Community News
RED RAIDERS RECORD 2 WINS THURS AT TX RELAYS

RED RAIDERS RECORD 2 WINS THURS AT TX RELAYS

Natalie Baker & Evans Tuitoek score event wins on day two in Austin. From Texas Tech AUSTIN, Texas – Texas Tech track & field posted a strong day two at the 89th Texas Relays on Thursday, including two event wins, seven personal-bests and a top 10 all-time school record mark.[Read More…]

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by April 1, 2016 Sports, Texas Tech
WATER LINE PROJECT TO DIVERT TRAFFIC ON PORTION OF 66TH STREET

WATER LINE PROJECT TO DIVERT TRAFFIC ON PORTION OF 66TH STREET

LUBBOCK – Beginning Thursday, March 31, the City of Lubbock with Utility Contractors of America will begin excavation for joint welding on a large diameter potable water line on 66th Street near Southeast Loop 289. This project will divert traffic to Martin Luther King Drive and Southeast Loop 289. Drivers[Read More…]

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by March 31, 2016 Traffic
Texas Tech Softball Defeats Abilene Christian 6-1

Texas Tech Softball Defeats Abilene Christian 6-1

Red Raiders snap four-game slide with 6-1 victory at Abilene Christian Wednesday night.   ABILENE, Texas. – Texas Tech softball, powered by a four-run third inning, picked up its ninth win in the month of March with a 6-1 victory at Abilene Christian Wednesday night. “I thought Cheyene Powell threw[Read More…]

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by March 31, 2016 Sports, Texas Tech
SPC to Host Traditional NRA Basic Pistol Course April 16-17

SPC to Host Traditional NRA Basic Pistol Course April 16-17

LEVELLAND – South Plains College will offer a traditional NRA Basic Pistol class on April 16 (Saturday) and April 17 (Sunday) in room 115 of the Law Enforcement Technology building on the Levelland campus.  The course runs eight to 12 hours, depending on the number of students, and includes classroom[Read More…]

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by March 31, 2016 Community News
UMC Named Top Employer in Texas

UMC Named Top Employer in Texas

UMC Health System was named the best place to work in Texas for the second straight year by the Best Companies Group and the Texas Association of Business, which released their annual rankings Tuesday night. UMC took the top spot in the large company category for organizations with more than[Read More…]

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by March 31, 2016 Community News