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Firemen beat blaze

Firemen beat blaze
Quick work by the Levelland Fire Department prevented a backyard grass fire from spreading to the home at 202 Austin Street Monday afternoon.

Community joins in prayer for oilfield

Michael and Dianna Stueart and their children, Hannah and Jordan, hosted a morning prayer  for the oilfield event Saturday at their business, Stueartís Pit Stop.
SPC Foundation Gala raise nearly $180,000

The 18th Annual South Plains College Foundation Scholarship Gala was a success, generating nearly $180,000 for future scholarships.
Two people arrested in meth bust

Police arrested two people and seized a large amount of methamphetamine Tuesday night at a Levelland motel.
Sheriff loses race in primary elections

An upset occurred Tuesday when Sheriff R.C. Cheek lost his re-election bid to former employee Ray Scifres.
Candidates tackle issues at SPC forum

Questions on immigration, terrorism, education and the role of the federal government were fielded here Tuesday during a forum of congressional candidates.
Polls open Tuesday for primary elections

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday, March 1, to cast ballots in contested local, state and national races.
Richard Ellis makes bid for college regent

Richard Ellis would like to give back to the college that he first attended after high school.
Xcel Energy warns of phone scam

Xcel Energy is warning customers in the Littlefield area of attempted phone scams involving a caller making threats of arrest if the customer doesn’t pay a past-due balance over the phone. 
Investigation continues into Children's Hope

An investigation into allegations of abuse in the Childrenís Hope program has been broadened to include the district attorney's office.
LEDC to sell strip of land to company

A city board voted Thursday to sell a half acre of land in the Levelland Industrial Rail Park to Norton Drilling.
District 19 candidates to speak at SPC forum

South Plains College will host a Candidates Forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Tom T. Hall Production Studio. 
Indictments returned; most remain sealed

A grand jury handed down 72 indictments Thursday for such offenses as drug possession, drunk driving and  aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Sales tax numbers disappoint this month

Sales tax payments  were down - on average - for most local governments this month in the Lone Star state.
Most crime categories increase in city in 2015

Crime went up again last year in Levelland compared to 2014.
Candidates square off at forum

Candidates square off at forum
Questions on taxes, road repairs and jail overcrowding were among those fielded Monday during a political forum here.

Eric Silhan makes bid for Pct. 3 commissoner

Eric Silhan would like to continue serving his neighbors in Morton and Cochran County.
Ronny Alexander running for term as SPC regent

Ronny Alexander is running for another term on the South Plains College Board of Regents.
Spring enrollments dip for South Plains College

Spring semester enrollments for South Plains College dipped from a year ago, although they were up for the Levelland campus, regents learned Thursday.
Trustees accept abatement, other bid

A bid for asbestos abatement at the high school was accepted Thursday by the Levelland school board.

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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