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Roni Vowels graduated from St. Mary's University in San Antonio in 2012. She is currently a graduate student at Texas Tech University and an avid coffee drinker.

Randy Neugebauer Discusses Variety of Congressional Topics [Audio]

Neugebauer, Facebook
Neugebauer, Facebook

Monday on Lubbock's First News, Congressman Randy Neugebauer discussed hours in the work week, presidential executive orders, the Congressional art contest, and Ukraine.

Neugebauer talked briefly about the cut of allowed hours for the work week of part-time employees from 40 to 30 by the Affordable Care Act

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First Friday Art Trail Offers Community Engaging Evening of Local Art [Audio]

First Friday Art Trail, Facebook
First Friday Art Trail, Facebook

Friday on Lubbock's First News, Tonja Hagy, Coordinator of Marketing at LHUCA and the First Friday Art Trail, gave a run down of what to expect this Friday, April 4, on the trail.

The First Friday Art Trail offers locals the chance to wander the downtown and other locations to view a wide variety of artistic creations on the first Friday of every month

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Cotton Board Brings a Cotton Pickin’ Good Time to Lubbock’s First News [Audio]

Scott Olson, Getty Images
Scott Olson, Getty Images

On the Thursday edition of Lubbock's First News, Brad Robb, VP of Communications, and Bob Stanley, Southwestern Regional Communications Manager, of the Cotton Board spoke about one way to re-purpose old denim

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Lamesa to Host Annual Chicken Fried Steak Festival and Balloon Rally [Audio]

Matt Cardy, Getty Images
Matt Cardy, Getty Images

Thursday on Lubbock's First News, Teri Stahl, Event Coordinator, gave details on Lamesa's upcoming 2014 Chicken Fried Steak Festival and Balloon Rally.

The free event will be held April 25-27 in Forrest Park, 814 S. Houston

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United Market Street to Host Gracious Gift Wine to Help End Hunger [Audio]

The Gracious Gift Wine, Facebook
The Gracious Gift Wine, Facebook

Thursday on Lubbock's First News, Cindy Sebek, founder of Gracious Gift Wines, and Eddie Owens, Communications Director of United Supermarkets in Lubbock, spoke about the Gracious Gift's contribution to the effort to end hunger by selling bottles of wine

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CATS Playhouse to Host Production of Steel Magnolias [Audio]

Jonathan Boeke, Flickr
Jonathan Boeke, Flickr

Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, Beth Brown of the Children and Adults Theatrical Studios (CATS) Playhouse gave details on the upcoming production of Steel Magnolias.

Steel Magnolias, written by Robert Harling, tells the stories of ladies spending time and talking at a beauty salon. This production

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Frenship ISD Superintendent Describes Bond Election Details [Audio]

Frenship ISD
Frenship ISD

Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, David Vroonland, Superintendent of Frenship ISD, gave some details on the $85.2 million proposed bond election that will increase size, number, and quality of the school district's buildings to pace increased student enrollment

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Change for Children Works to End Hunger for Children in Schools [Annual]

John Moore, Getty Images
John Moore, Getty Images

Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Donna and Larry Walker with the Lakeridge United Methodist Church in Lubbock spoke about their efforts behind Change for Children.

Change for Children is a program that the Walkers began in 2007 with helping one child have the opportunity to eat when it was discovered he could not afford a lunch

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