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Tulia police chief announces resignation, cites retaliation

Nov 18, 2014 • LubbockOnline.com
I served as a member of the Texas Police Chiefs Association, the High Plains Police Chief Association and was nominated as 2nd Vice President. I served as a member of the Swisher County Salvation Army Board of Directors, the Amarillo College Panhandle ... More

State delegation files series of bills to help West Texas

Nov 11, 2014 • LubbockOnline.com
Those are some of the bills the three members of the Texas Panhandle/South Plains delegation filed Monday, the first day of a two-month bill-filing period known as “pre-filing,” because the start of the 84th Legislature is still two months away. “As a ... More

Teens of the Month

Nov 2, 2014 • LubbockOnline.com
She is involved in the National Junior Honor Society, volleyball and volunteers at the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Megan Kopytkiewiez, a ... Her favorite subject is Texas history and is involved in theater. Emily Shafer, an eighth ... More

Pugh resigns as Pleasant Plains football coach to take job back in Texas

Apr 1, 2014 • The State Journal-Register
PLEASANT PLAINS — Brad Pugh believes the building blocks for football success are in place at Pleasant Plains High School. But someone else will have to follow Pugh as the architect. Pugh, who served as the Cardinals' head coach the past two seasons, ... More

Peffley: Yoakum County Watermelon Round-up an opportunity for all

Aug 26, 2014 • LubbockOnline.com
So this weekend, get out of the city, make a fun day trip west to Plains and take part in the watermelon festival while supporting area agriculture and Texas growers. Maybe increase your annual watermelon consumption with free, ice-cold slices of ... More

Spiders bite: Brown recluse, black widow among South Plains' most dangerous ...

Jul 19, 2014 • LubbockOnline.com
They try to avoid encounters with humans, but that doesn't always work, said Pat Porter, an entomologist with the Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center in Lubbock. “Sometimes the spider gets trapped in their clothes and bites them that way,” ... More

Ruling in Texas school funding lawsuit may come down Thursday

Aug 27, 2014 • LubbockOnline.com
AUSTIN — The public education funding lawsuit more than half of the 1,029 school districts in Texas filed against the state three years ago is about to close another chapter. State District Judge John Dietz — who is refereeing the legal battle among ... More

Heavy downpour on South Plains creates 'fairly unique' flooding

Sep 24, 2014 • LubbockOnline.com
Portions of the Marsha Sharp Freeway and other South Plains roads were under water as Lubbock and Hockley counties were under flood warnings Wednesday evening, according to the National Weather Service in Lubbock. “The areas that have been ... More

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