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Commissioners accept bid for hauling caliche

County commissioners Monday agreed to extend a depository contract with AimBank for two years.
Local unemployment rates drop in April

Unemployment rates for Hockley and Cochran counties dipped in April while the rate remained unchanged for the state as a whole.
Ropes High teacher retiring after 43 years

Bell bottoms were in style and American combat  troops were still in South Vietnam when Jeanie McCormick began teaching.
Sacrifices recalled at memorial service

The sacrifices that members of the military made on behalf of their fellow Americans were remembered with songs, words and  prayer Monday during the annual Memorial Day Observance in Levelland.
Top 20 LHS students honored at breakfast

Levellandís top 20 graduates were the guests of honor at a special breakfast hosted by South Plains College Tuesday morning.
Fatal Accident

Fatal Accident
A woman was killed and two small children were injured in this one-vehicle rollover late Tuesday afternoon.
Anton pursuit ends with arrests in Lubbock

A pursuit that started in Anton when a deputy attempted to stop a vehicle ended Wednesday night in Lubbock after the driver abandoned his vehicle.
Authorities seek man in Morton robbery

Authorities are looking for a man who robbed the Morton Allsupís store early Friday morning.
Cool, wet weather

Growers are keeping a close eye on the weather - and the clock - as the deadline for planting cotton looms.
Jim Cole recalls Army service during Cold War

Jim Cole got to see a part of the world that few people see - courtesy of the U.S. Army.
Wallace Theatre project detailed at Rotary lunch

Once frequented by expectant kids and adults alike, the Wallace Theater has the potential to become a focal point for the community again.
Agreement to bring company to city

A city  board voted Thursday to enter an agreement with a  company that will bring a cottonseed  transloading facility to Levelland.
Grand jury indicts 32 people

Thirty-two people were indicted here Wednesday on charges that included drug possession, burglary and driving while intoxicated.
LISD accepts $5.2 million in bids

Construction bids totaling $5.287 million were accepted Thursday by the Levelland school board.
SPC regents review budget parameters

Preliminary budget figures for 20-15-16 were reviewed Thursday by the Board of Regents at South Plains College.
Storms bring rain and hail to county

Heavy thunderstorms brought rain, hail and high winds to the county Thursday night.
Levelland elects new mayor, OKs alcohol

Levelland voters elected the cityís first woman mayor and approved the sale of alcoholic beverages Saturday.
Levelland man uses music for memories in new book

Scott Rombokasí memories of growing up as a teenager in the United States are familiar ones for many of us.
Sales tax payments raise for city, other towns

Reversing a recent trend, a  sales tax rebate for Levelland this month was up significantly compared to a year ago.
Alcohol sales to start soon in Levelland

Local residents could begin buying alcohol in Levelland as early as next week.

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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