Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wayland Baptist University Names Lone Finalist for President

The presidential search committee at Wayland Baptist University has named Bobby Hall, Ed.D., the lone finalist to succeed current president Dr. Paul Armes, who is retiring at the end of June. Hall’s appointment is pending a campus review as well … Continue reading

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City of Levelland Turns 90, Planning a Celebration

The City of Levelland is having a celebration coming up on Monday, April 25 at 5pm at Levelland City Hall in honor of the city’s 90th birthday and the signing of the 1000th ordinance. The public is invited to Levelland … Continue reading

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Littlefield Names New City Manager

Littlefield City Council has announced they have hired Mitch Grant as the next City Manager for Littlefield. After a 9 month search for a city manager and reviewing more than 35 applications and conducting several interviews the new administrator will … Continue reading

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Tax Free Weekend Coming for Emergency Supplies

Texans will have a new sales tax holiday this year.  It is for emergency supplies. You will able to buy items to help prepare you for emergencies and severe weather, tax-free, starting April 23 through April 25.  State lawmakers created … Continue reading

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One Children’s Hope Campus Approved to Accept Kid’s–Investigation Continues

The investigation by the Department of Family and Protective services is continuing however, they have approved the campus on West Washington to house up to 20 foster kids according to DFPS spokesperson, Patrick Crimmins.  It is unclear if suspensions will … Continue reading

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Arrest in Cyber-Bullying Case in Terry County

The Bizarre cyber bullying case in Terry County and in Meadow took a strange turn Friday night. We were notified by the Terry County Sheriff’s Office that they made an arrest in the case.  A 13 year old female student … Continue reading

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City of Sundown Forced to Cut Services

The City of Sundown is in what the City Administrator is calling “a budget crisis.”  In response to the crisis the city administration has announced they are forced to cut some services. The city of Sundown’s revenue is down approximately … Continue reading

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