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District to drop Children's Hope

Levelland school board trustees bitterly agreed to a recommendation Thursday that the school district drop educating Childrenís Hope students.
Rain sparse across area

Overnight storms brought additional rainfall to the county Friday.
Sales tax rebates tumble for Levelland, area towns

Sales tax payments were up again this month for many taxing entities across the state.
Candidates to face off Monday

Candidates in contested city and Levelland school board elections will speak at a forum Monday evening at the Mallet Event Center.
Commissioners approve new electronic filing fee

County commissioners Mondday approved the conveyance and warranty deed of a property to the  city for a new fire station.
Downtown Sounds makes debut Saturday

A new event - Downtown Sounds - will debut Saturday morning in downtown Levelland.
Heavy rains cause flooding, accidents

A heavy downpour triggered widespread street flooding and a few accidents Monday in Levelland.
Morton man get 15 years for arson in church fire

A Morton man was sentenced to 15 years in prison Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to arson in connection with a fire that destroyed a church.
New Sports Complex opens with fanfare, fun

Three, two, one - play ball.
Bill Durham named new Levelland fire chief

Interim fire chief Bill Durham has been named the new fire chief of Levelland.
College raises out-of-district tuition

South Plains Collegeís board of regents agreed Thursday to raise tuition rates for out-of-district students by $8 a semester hour.
Local grand jury indicts 27 people

Twenty-seven people were indicted here Wednesday for such offenses as drug possession, burglary and assault.
Volunteers honored during Jerry Barton Service fete

Jack E. Wardlow III was named the recipient of the 2015 Jerry Barton Service Achievement Award Wednesday during a special luncheon program hosted by south Plains College.
Anton approves high water rates; funds to pay for needed project

Despite misgivings - including some of their own - the Anton City Council approved a huge increase in water rates Monday night.
City Council OK's new natural gas rates

Atmos gas bills are going up as a result of ratification of a negotiated rates approved by the Levelland City Council Monday evening.
Community to celebrate Sports Complex opening

The community will celebrate its own Field of Dreams Saturday when the new Levelland-Oxy Sports Complex is dedicated.
Help needed for upcoming high school career day

An appeal has been made for help in making an upcoming career day at Levelland High School a success.
Grand jury review still pending in man's death

It could be weeks  - if not longer - before a grand jury reviews a police shooting that left a Levelland man dead.
LISD continues search for new superintendent

The Levelland school board continued its search for a new superintendent Tuesday night.
Ropes ISD benefitting from $5 million bond issue

A school shooting that horrifield the nation put the Ropes ISD on the road to a $5 million bond issue.

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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