Monthly Archives: March 2013

Hockley County Native-Maegan Hembree still missing 1 month later

Hockley County Sheriff’s office continues to work leads in the missing person case of 30 year old Maegan Hembree of Smyer. Tuesday marked one month since Maegan went missing. Hockley County Sheriff’s deputies say they are continuing to follow tips … Continue reading

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Levelland ISD announces an Early Dismissal Friday

Levelland ISD Superintendent Kelly Baggett notified KLVT today that he has authorized an early dismissal on Friday, March 29 which was originally scheduled as a snow day, however classes will be in session since LISD missed classes on February 25 … Continue reading

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Levelland Nursing and Rehabilitation receives 5-star Quality Award

KLVT would like to congratulate Levelland Nursing and Rehabilitation. The facility located on West Avenue in Levelland recently was recognized with a 5-star quality rating by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid, a part of the US Department of Health … Continue reading

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Wildfire now under control and Highway 114 is open to traffic

KLVT news has learned that Texas Highway 114 is now open to traffic after it was closed earlier this evening due to wildfire. Reports indicate that a wildfire broke out approximately 1 mile east of the Hockley County line on … Continue reading

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Wildfire near Smyer forces closure of Highway 114

A large wildfire is burning near Smyer.  The fire is reportedly 1 mile east of the Hockley County line.  Wolfforth, Carlisle and Shallowater fire department have all responded.  The fire reportedly is jumping fire breaks and has forced the closure … Continue reading

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Levelland ISD Board of Trustees meets for regular monthly meeting

The Levelland ISD Board of Trustees met tonight in a regular monthly meeting. The key item on the agenda was a recommendation from the Concealed Handgun Committee. The recommendation from that committee was for the district to hire atleast 2 … Continue reading

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South Plains College Board of Regents hear reports in preparation for the accreditation visit…

South Plains College Board of Regents met today and heard several reports. The bulk of the reports were in regards to the Accreditation visit coming up in October. The full report of that meeting is below….. Vice President for Academic … Continue reading

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