Monthly Archives: November 2013

SPC Honors Donor, Recipients at Scholarship Banquet

South Plains College and the South Plains College Foundation recently honored the donors/representatives of named endowed scholarships during the Scholarship Recognition Banquet held Thursday (Nov. 7) at the Mallet Event Center. Julie Gerstenberger, Director of Development at SPC, served as … Continue reading

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SPC Theatre Presents “Medea” by Euriphides

SPC Theatre presents ‘Medea’ by Euriphides Nov. 14-17 LEVELLAND – The South Plains College Theatre Department will present “Medea” by Euriphides at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday through Saturday (Nov. 14-16) and 2 p.m. on Sunday (Nov. 17) in the Helen … Continue reading

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Cochran and Hockley County Retired Teachers Hold November Meeting

The meeting of CHART met at 11:30 a.m. at the Levelland Country Club on Tuesday, November 5, 2013. President Mel Gierhart called the meeting to order. Lunch was served by the Levelland County Club. James Logan led the pledges to … Continue reading

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Levelland City Council holds Worksession on Rules and Procedures–No Action

Levelland City Council met last night for a worksession on rules and procedures for City Council meetings. Mayor Waymon Jackson stated there was only item on the agenda was rules and procedures for council meetings. He stated he was perfectly … Continue reading

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Polling Locations for Hockley County for Constitutional Amendment Election

Today is election day for the Constitutional Amendment Election. The polling locations for Hockley County are determined by your precinct which will be listed on your Voter Registration Card. Polling Locations for Hockley County— Precinct 14–Ropesville City Hall Precinct 15–South … Continue reading

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Levelland City Council Holds Special Meeting

A special meeting of the Levelland City Council was called last night. There was only one item on the agenda—to discuss and take possible action on the rules and procedures of city council meetings. Councilman Larry Davidson immediately spoke and … Continue reading

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