Thursday Dec 5
From the AJ's Pages
Banking on crops which have been determined to require more water and use more nitrogen, city of Lubbock officials have asked the Texas Water Commission to allow them to spray more treated effluent on less land at the Frank Gray farm.
Slaton art promotion aims to highlight local artists
Bennett Whatcott, 14, browsed photos for sale at the Multiplicity art gallery with his family Friday, Nov. 29, in Slaton.
Former downtown federal building, post office among properties Lubbock County sells
County commissioners accepted two purchase offers from company representatives for county-owned properties, including Lubbock's historic former downtown federal court house and post office which sold for $500,000.
As the problems with online enrollment become common knowledge, local insurance brokers and health underwriters have been helping the community apply for the government subsidies for which they're eligible.
Some South Plains schools releasing students early due to ice
Lubbock ISD, Frenship ISD and Lubbock-Cooper ISD all began on time this morning, but all LISD field trips have been canceled.
Making dropouts a priority
Annamarie Palacio hugs her 4-year-old son Jadien Cabrera outside her aunt's house Wednesday, Nov. 13. Palacio dropped out of high school during her senior year because she couldn't afford to pay Cabrera's daycare costs, but she returned to school last week after LISD visited her at her home.
Slaton man, 61, killed in Wednesday morning collision 11 miles east of Lubbock
A 61-year-old Slaton died Wednesday morning, Nov. 13, after he pulled in front of a semitrailer in his pickup truck about 11 miles east of Lubbock.
One dead after early morning collision
The accident occurred just after 2 a.m. Wednesday morning at the intersection of FM 40 and FM 400 near Roosevelt.