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2 New Habitat Home Dedications

2 New Habitat Home Dedications

Lubbock Habitat for Humanity has 2 new Home Dedications. The first dedication is Saturday, April 16, 2016 – 5:30 pm for the Thomas Family at 7406 Ivory. The second dedication is Sunday, April 17, 2016 – 3:00 pm for Arturo Valadez at 1711 Teak LubbockHabitat.org

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by April 7, 2016 Community News
Covenant Hosts Renowned Physician and Astronaut Bernard Harris

Covenant Hosts Renowned Physician and Astronaut Bernard Harris

Tickets on sale for 13th annual DeBakey Distinguished Lectureship Series From Covenant Health Covenant Health and the Lubbock Methodist Hospital System Board present The Michael E. DeBakey, M.D. Distinguished Lectureship Series. This year’s program features Dr. Bernard Harris Jr., astronaut and president of the Harris Foundation, speaking on “Space Adaptation[Read More…]

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by April 7, 2016 Community News
Avoid FM 1585 and Indiana due to Construction

Avoid FM 1585 and Indiana due to Construction

SEWER MAIN CONSTRUCTION BEGINS AT FM 1585 AND INDIANA from City of Lubbock Construction work on a sanitary sewer main connection is expected to begin today at the intersection of Farm to Market Road 1585 and Indiana Avenue. Southbound traffic on Indiana Avenue will be impacted by this construction. Motorists[Read More…]

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by April 7, 2016 City of Lubbock, Community News
PERFECT! LCU Women Capture NCAA Division II Crown 78-73

PERFECT! LCU Women Capture NCAA Division II Crown 78-73

Lady Chaps defeat Alaska-Anchorage for DII National Championship, Lubbock – The Lubbock Christian University Lady Chaparrals finish out the 2015-2016 season undefeated and come back from Indianapolis with a National Championship. LCU defeated Alaska – Anchorage 79-73. LCU had three players in double figures. KELSEY HOPPEL led the way with[Read More…]

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by April 4, 2016 Community News
Lubbock Moonlight Arts Academy

Lubbock Moonlight Arts Academy

ARTS ACADEMY From Lubbock Moonlight Musicals The Lubbock Moonlight Arts Academy will offer four-day camps throughout the summer for children ages 5-17. Each camp will offer music, theatre, and visual art segments, with course selection for the 12-17 year olds. The children will be grouped with those of a similar[Read More…]

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by April 4, 2016 Community News
Lubbock Uncorked – April 15, 2016

Lubbock Uncorked – April 15, 2016

The First Annual “Lubbock Uncorked” event from the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce. West Texas wine and grapes are one of Lubbock’s best kept secrets. The Lubbock and West Texas areas grow over 80 percent of the grapes in all Texas wines, making the Lubbock area the uncontested capital of Texas[Read More…]

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by April 4, 2016 Community News
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
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