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Local grand jury indicts 55 people

A local grand jury handed down indictments against 55 people on Tuesday.
Federal indictments impact Hockley County

Ten people have been indicted by a federal grand jury for a cocaine and crack cocaine distribution conspiracy that affects Hockley County and other counties.
Citizens honored at Chamber fete

Citizens honored at Chamber fete
Two doctors and a business owner were among those honored  Friday during the Levelland Chamber of Commerce & Main Street Programís annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon.

Siblings enjoy sharing God's word through ballet

Siblings enjoy sharing God's word through ballet
Paul Sharpe and his sister Karin are showing God's love - one dance step at a time.
Texas Rangers probing death of inmate

Authorities are  investigating  the death of an inmate who was found hanging by a bedsheet Thursday night in the Hockley County Jail.
Rains late for crops, but still welcome

The off-and-on rains this past week are a little late for most crops but producers still welcome the moisture.
Construction still strong; new home starts lagging

The building trades had another strong month in August when $5.53 million worth of building permits were issued in Levelland.
Eric Silvan brings in first cotton in Cochran County

It was dad's turn this time.
Sylia Joos a winner in Week No. 4 contest

Week No. 4 of the News-Press' football contest ended with Sylvia Joos of Levelland turning in a best score of 20-0.
State's jobless rate dips to lowest point since 2001

Texas' seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 4.1 percent in August, the lowest rate for the state since January 2001.
Prayer vigil supports officers and families

Prayer vigil supports officers and families
Prayers were offered and the sacrifices of fallen law enforcement officers were remembered during a prayer vigil Sunday evening at South Plains College.
Trustees table action on Annex property bid

Levelland school board trustees tabled action on a property bid during a routine meeting Thursday evening.
Sales tax payments dive for Levelland, Sundown

Sales tax payments were up again this month for Texas as a whole, but they plummeted for Levelland and several other area towns.
New EDC director upbeat on Levelland and future

John W. Clary likes Levelland’s can-do-it spirit.
Lubbock fugitive arrested at Quail Road home

A Lubbock man who allegedly assaulted an elderly man before fleeing was arrested Thursday afternoon at a Hockley County residence.
Council adopts budget, raises property tax

With little discussion, the city council adopted the 2015-16 budget and approved a higher property tax rate than the current one.
Ropesville area residents worry over roads, weeds

Howard Timmons is tired of county maintainer operators pushing dirt up on the fence of his Ropesville area farm.
Investigation ongoing in death of city man

The Texas Rangers are investigating the case of a Levelland man who died after being arrested by police Tuesday.
4-H students win at state, head to Washington, D.C.

They have the right stuff.
Levelland toddler dies when run over by vehicle

A toddler died late Monday afternoon when she was run over by a vehicle at a Kauffman Addition home.

Visitor Comments

Submitted By: Don and Roseva FordSubmitted: 3/14/2015
We really appreciated Dr. Baker's leadership, support,and friendship when we were young students at the fledgling SPC during our time there in 1962-64. May he forever rest in peace. Don and Roseva (Lewis) Ford Whitney Tx

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