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County inks agreements on turbines, solar panels

A amended and restated tax abatement agreements between the county and Red Raider Wind LLC was OKíd Monday by county commissioners.
Fire destroys plane at Levelland airport

Fire destroys plane at Levelland airport
A man escaped injury but lost his airplane when it caught fire Monday afternoon at Levelland Municipal Airport.
Testimony ends in felon with gun trial

Charles Alton Lorenz threatened to kill his brother and he allegedly fired a handgun after the two men got into a fight in a field in 2013.
Authorities keeping eye on state gun legislation

Local law enforcement and education officials are taking a wait-and-see attitude on the flurry of gun legislation making its way through Austin.
Construction activity slows in Levelland

After a record high year,construction activity slowed in Levelland during the first two months of this year.
Rail, hail scattered across county

Isolated thunderstorms dropped hail and light rain on parts of the county Thursday evening.
Ropes residents seek answers during meeting

Concerns, accusations and frustrations surfaced Tuesday during a tension-packed Ropesville City Council meeting.
Work ongoing on sewer improvements

Work ongoing on sewer improvements
L. Howard Construction continues to make improvements to the cityís sewer infrastructure on the intersection of College Avenue and 10th and Hickory streets.
Council tables action on drainage project

Concerns about the effectiveness of a drainage project prompted the city council to table action on a bid Monday.
Sales tax figures up for some cities, down for Levelland

Sales tax payments rose again this month for many taxing entities across the state when compared to last March.
Tri-State Junior High Rodeo making debut in city

The Tri-State Junior High Rodeo Association will roar into action this weekend at the Mallet Event Center & Arena in Levelland.
County OKs second zone for turbines, solar panels

A reinvestment zone for an expanded wind turbine project that will also include solar power was OKíd Monday by county commissioners.
LISD teams going to state Destination Imagination meet

Six Levelland ISD Destination Imagination teams are headed to the state competition.
SPCAA receives first payment for 0-3 Early Head Start grant

South Plains Community Action Association has received part of a $2.1 million Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant.
State jobless rate dips; local rates increase

The stateís job market started 2015 with a lower unemployment rate in January than in December.
Chase ends with arrest inside restaurant

A pursuit had an unexpected ending Tuesday night when a man fleeing from police ran into a restaurant.
Dedication wins man recognition for work on Sundown EMS

Robert Garza Jr. traveled a difficult road before he was named the South Plains EMS Emergency Care Attendant for 2015.
Drought's end possible in next few months

Is Hockley County out of the drought?
Otis Stark making bid for District D council seat

Otis Stark would like to work on improving the City of Levelland.
Winter storm causes delays, minor accident

Another round of winter weather sliced through the area Wednesday, causing school delays and some accidents.

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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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