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Alan Lindsey, Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Alan Lindsey, Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
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Slaton Man Arrested for Attempted Aggravated Kidnapping of Two Slaton Students

Lubbock Sheriff’s deputies arrested 24-year-old Alan Lee Lindsey on Friday, October 11, after receiving complaints of a suspicious person offering students in Roosevelt ISD rides followed by the attempted kidnapping of two Slaton ISD students.

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Steven Orr Talks with Chad Hasty about Week 1 Football Games [AUDIO]

Orr talked about the new district alignments and match-ups to watch with weekend.
Exciting games on tap this weekend include:
Frenship (moving up to 6A this year) playing their first game against El Paso Burgess in Odessa’s Ratliff Stadium
Lubbock Coronado plays Weatherford in Sweetwater (Saturday game)
Lubbock Monterey vs Odessa High School in Odessa
Lubbock Cooper (now 5A) vs Idalou *
Snyder vs Littlefield in Littlefeild *
New Deal vs Dimmit
Levelland vs Muleshoe
Brownfield vs Fort Stockton in Midland
Slaton at Floydada
Roosevelt vs Lamesa
Abernathy vs Post *
Lorenzo vs Wellman-Union
* Steven’s picks as “must see” games

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Derrick Ginter, KAMC News
Derrick Ginter, KAMC News
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Memorial Day Capped Off with Rain, Thunderstorms and Flooding Across Lubbock & South Plains

The three-day Memorial Day weekend was a wet one in Lubbock and the South Plains.  Some portions of Lubbock, and the South Plains, received over 5" of rain over the past week.

Some of the higher rainfall totals on Monday included Slaton with 2

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