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Scattered showers bring little moisture to area
4/9/2014

It rained Sunday evening in Hockley County, but measurable precipitation was scattered to non-existent.
Commissioners accepts bids for building project
4/9/2014

County commissioners accepted $147,415 in bids Monday for Phase 2 of the second floor expansion of a county-owned building.
Census shows increase in county's population
4/9/2014

Hockley County's population  has grown since the U.S. Census  was released in 2010.
Building permits top $9.93 million in two months
4/9/2014

While reports were not available until Friday, the city has issued a huge dollar amount of building permits in the last two months.
Annual Spring Clean-up planned Saturday
4/9/2014

Levelland's Annual Spring Clean-Up will be held from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday from the intersection at College Avenue to the intersection at Alamo.
Drought poses tough choices for produce
4/7/2014

West Texas continues to experience a tough  drought and unless rain materializes soon, area producers will have to make some difficult planting decisions.
County fares well in wage comparison
4/7/2014

Average weekly wages in Hockley County fared well in comparison with many other counties in Texas, according to information released last week.
SPC, companies ink internship program
4/7/2014

SPC, companies ink internship program
An educational/industry agreement that will give South Plains College students additional training and career opportunities was signed Friday.
Unemployment rate slides; employee numbers rise
4/3/2014

Hockley County's unemployment rate improved yet again, dropping from 4.0 in January to 3.9 percent in  February, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.
Report shows voter participation rates lag
4/3/2014

The low voter turnout in  recent elections shows that local residents can do a better job of going to the polls.
Housing shortage remains issue for city
4/3/2014

While the local unemployment rate continues to decline, available housing in Levelland remains in short supply.
LEDC earns clean audit for 2012-2013 fiscal year
3/31/2014

A clean audit was accepted by the Levelland Economic Development Corporation board Wednesday.
Prairie chicken listing by feds draws criticism
3/31/2014

The announcement Thursday that the Lesser Prairie Chicken will be listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act was greeted with disappointment.
Ropes Fire Department & city reach settlement
3/31/2014

A disagreement between the Ropes Volunteer Fire Department and the City of Ropesville has apparently been settled.
Showers bring measurable rainfall to city and area
3/31/2014

Showers brought the first significant rainfall in months to the area early Wednesday morning.
Trial ends with guilty plea, sentence
3/31/2014

A man who pleaded guilty at the start of his trial was sentenced to 12 months in a state jail facility Wednesday.
Authorities say ID theft problem getting worse
3/24/2014

The problem of identity theft is growing and hurting more people than ever, authorities say.
Dr. Charles Hughes to close practice in May
3/24/2014

Dr. Charles Hughes to close practice in May
Dr. Charles Hughes, M.D., announced this week that he is closing his practice with the Levelland and Sundown Family Medicine clinics effective Friday, May 16th.
Firefighter Bobby Bell retiring after 39 years
3/24/2014

Firefighter Bobby Bell retiring after 39 years
Bobby J. Bell got to go on his first fire run when he was eight years old.
Flouride, arsenic rules impacting local cities
3/24/2014

The problem of identity theft is growing and hurting more people than ever, authorities say.
 

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