Monthly Archives: August 2016

Wolfforth Police Investigate Vehicle Burglaries

Wolfforth Police Chief Rick Scott announced on the department’s facebook page that several vehicles were broken into late Monday night and early Tuesday in the Preston Estates neighborhood. Chief Scott said that police found an unoccupied vehicle Tuesday afternoon that … Continue reading

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Two Lamb County EMS Services Receive USDA Funding

Olton and Earth EMS services received grants from the US Department of Agriculture on Tuesday. Olton EMS received a Community Facilities Grant in the amount of $50,000 to purchase several items of EMS equipment, in order to proved quality EMS … Continue reading

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Littlefield Man In Hospital Following a Stabbing

Littlefield Police say that a 40 year old Littlefield resident is in a Lubbock Hospital after he was involved in a disturbance in Littlefield.  As of news time the victim remains in the hospital and is in stable condition according … Continue reading

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Brownfield Regional Medical Center Begins Search for New CEOd

Brownfield Regional Medical Center CEO Mike Click has announced his intentions to retire in the near future. No set date has been set for his retirement, Click said he will remain in his position until the board is able to … Continue reading

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Hockley County Judge Announces Retirement

Hockley County Judge Larry Sprowls has announced his retirement with 2 years remaining in his term. Hockley County Commissioners Court has called a special meeting for Thursday, September 1 at 11am to accept the resignation letter from the County Judge. … Continue reading

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Levelland Chamber Requests Ten Thousand Dollars From City Council in Public Hearing

The City Council met Monday night and held public hearings for the budget and tax rate for 2016-2017 fiscal year.  During the public hearing on the tax rate, Assistant City Manager, Erik Rejino presented the proposed tax rate of 78 … Continue reading

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Multi-Line Phone Systems Must Provide Direct Access to 911 by September 1

Authorities in Texas are notifying business owners about a new law requiring owners of multi-line telephone systems in Texas to provide direct dial access to 9-1-1 without having to dial an additional digit such as “9” to access an outside … Continue reading

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