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Bands fare well at contest
10/22/2014

Bands fare well at contest
The Levelland Marching Band now advances to the area competition after a stellar performance Saturday in Lubbock.
County gets update with Ebola prepardness
10/22/2014

Covenant Hospital Levelland is prepared to transport a patient with the Ebola virus but it cannot treat them, county commissioners learned Monday.
Rhoads brothers bring in batch of cotton
10/22/2014

Four brothers from the Ropesville area brought in the first cotton of the year in Hockley County last week.
Vicki Vaughn winner in week No. 8 contest
10/22/2014

Vicki Vaughn of Morton was the winner in this week's football contest.
Mistrial declared with hung jury
10/22/2014

Nathan Daniel Tijerina escaped a possible prison sentence Tuesday when a hung jury resulted in a mistrial.
Congressman Neugebauer addresses issues at forum
10/20/2014

Congressman Neugebauer addresses issues at forum
The Ebola virus, radical Islamic fighters and border security are among the pressing issues for this country, U.S. Rep. Randy Neugebauer, R-Lubbock, said Wednesday.
Hockley gins produce first bales
10/20/2014

The first bales of cotton have  been ginned in Hockley County - but the cotton was grown outside the county.
Jacob Silhan harvests first cotton in Cochran County
10/20/2014

Jacob Silhan harvests first cotton in Cochran County
A fourth generation grower,  Jacob Silhan, has harvested the first  batch of cotton this fall in  Cochran County.
LISD bond oversight committee reviews projects
10/20/2014

Progress of the school district's bond project, the amount paid so far for the work and rumors about the project were addressed Wednesday.
Trustees buy equipment, mull together curriculum
10/20/2014

Technology purchases were approved and tougher math curriculum was discussed Thursday by the Levelland ISD's board of trustees.
Pink Out The Stadium
10/20/2014

Pink Out The Stadium
Friday night was Pink Out The Stadium in Levelland's Lobo Stadium. Fans were asked to wear the pink shirts in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Ropesville area woman dies following stabbing
10/15/2014

dies following stabbing A Ropesville area woman died Saturday in Amarillo - 12 hours after she was allegedly stabbed by her husband.
Ready for harvesting
10/13/2014

Ready for harvesting
Local farmer Clifton Turner poses with a few of the pie pumpkins which were being harvested Thursday morning on his farm southwest of Levelland.
New farm program offers challenges
10/13/2014

New farm program offers challenges
Over 160 producers, land owners and lenders turned out to learn more about the new farm bill.

SPC employees share dedication to students
10/13/2014

South Plains College Regents learned that employees are generally satisfied with their jobs and supportive of the college’s organizational values and beliefs but would like higher pay when they met Thursday afternoon.
Meet the Texans set for Nov. 3
10/13/2014

The South Plains College Athletic Department has scheduled their annual ‘Meet the Texans’ for Monday, Nov. 3 at the Texan Dome.

Petticoats on the Prairie
10/13/2014

Petticoats on the Prairie Vintage Market  is bringing their Fall Vintage Market to Levelland late this week.

Going up in flames
10/13/2014

Going up in flames
Emergency personnel responded to a one-car accident that resulted in the vehicle bursting into flames Thursday evening.
City breezes through meeting
10/1/2014

The Levelland City Council zipped through a seven item agenda Monday night, amending the 2013-2014 budget, approving an interlocal agreement with the Texas Municipal League and continued Cobra insurance coverage through the TML employee benefit pool.
LEDC hires new legal firm
10/1/2014

The Levelland Economic Development Corporation voted Tuesday to hire a Lubbock law firm to represent it on legal matters.

 

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