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Closer Look Wrap Up: 03/06/14
West Texas students and families are preparing to hit the road, take to the skies, and even hit the surf.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Ex-West Texas constable sentenced for drug scheme
A former West Texas constable and police officer has received a two-year prison term after pleading guilty to a drug conspiracy charge.
KSAT-TV San Antonio
Texas Sen. Wendy Davis loses border primaries to municipal court judge
WE ARE LIVE, MARIZA MENDOZA, KSAT 12 NEWS. WENDY DAVIS MAY BE THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR, BUT SHE LOST HER PARTY PRIMARIES IN SOUTH TEXAS, A NATURAL STRONG STRONG -- STRONGHOLD.
KKSA-AM San Angelo
Peggy Venable to Speak
The San Angelo Tea Party will hold its first of our twice-a-month meetings at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, March 11, 2014, at the West Texas Training Center located at 3501 North Highway 67 .
Severe Weather Preparedness Week promoting storm education
The deadly tornadoes that devastated portions of Oklahoma last May are a dark reminder.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Lubbock French teachers, students play large role in building Cambodian school
When Cindy McBrayer and RenA e Holman decided on the slogan "Change for Cambodia," they were referring to more than just pocket change they hoped people would donate to their cause.
Dunbar gospel choir gearing up for gala, live recording concert later this month
Students at Dunbar College Preparatory Academy prepare for a concert with national recording artist and gospel singer Deborah Barnes-Moss on Wednesday in Lubbock.
KKSA-AM San Angelo
WTRC Stribling Art Event
One hundred sixty nine artists and artisans will display approximately 300 works in various mediums at the 15th annual Stribling Art Extravaganza March 21st through the 23rd at historic Ft.
Sunny And Warmer Today 3/4/14
Mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures are expected today. A thicker cloud deck will move overhead tonight, keeping lows above freezing.
Market Street Treats Guests With Signature Specialty Cakes
To accommodate guests with a sweet tooth, Market Street has announced a line of signature specialty cakes topped with fresh fruit and a line of 5-inch cakes.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
El Paso Times
Hotel operator opens Einstein Bros. Bagels franchise in West El Paso
Jignesh "Jay" Domadia has come a long way since moving from India to El Paso 14 years ago to manage a hotel owned by friends.
National Review Online
Johnson: Texas Dem Under Fire for Anti-Abbott Rant
"Greg Abbott came into our house uninvited, wanting to somehow give the illusion that the Lubbock County Hispanic community is supportive," Lubbock city councilman Victor Hernandez said after Abbott visited the West Texas town and held a campaign rally at a Mexican restaurant.
Seliger leads Canon 58-42 in Panhandle/West Texas' Senate District 31
The first early returns in the Republican primary in Texas Senate District 31 look encouraging for 10-year incumbent Kel Seliger of Amarillo.
New Web Application for Ammonia Nitrate Storage Facilities
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Lucid Energy Group Finalizes $200 Million Credit Facility to Support Growth in the Permian Basin
Lucid increased its capital sources to support the rapid expansion of its pipeline gathering system and natural gas processing facilities in West Texas, which serve production from the Midland Basin's Wolfcamp and formations.
4 ETFs That Benefit From Global Uncertainty
The looming prospect of global uncertainty and social unrest abroad has renewed the perception that precious gains in stocks can turn on a dime.
Midland Hosting Storm Preparedness Meeting 03/03/14
CBS 7 News Robert Guaderrama email@example.com March 3, 2014 MIDLAND, TX - The City of Midland is hosting a meeting to prepare Midlanders for severe weather.
The Passing Of Bedford Forrest
THE PASSING OF BEDFORD FORREST Mar. 4, 2014 National Association of Farm Broadcasting reports: Longtime television and radio personality and community leader, Bedford Forrest, died Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, after a battle with cancer.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
New Fort Worth vodka gives peas a chance
Worn down by drought and dwindling water supplies, Trey Nickels was disheartened about his future as a farmer growing black-eyed peas in Muleshoe.