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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.

CASA of the South Plains to Host Dodge Ball Tournament Fundraiser [Audio]

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CASA of the South Plains, Facebook

Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, Andrea Curl Volunteer Recruitment Specialist with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of the South Plains, gave details on their upcoming fundraising event.

CASA will be hosting a dodge ball tournament to raise funds for their services

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Spring Break Activities for Kids Offered Around Lubbock [Audio]

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Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Nancy Neil with Lubbock Parks and Recreation gave details on some activities for kids taking place over the Spring break.

Hodges Elementary School is offering a few ways to occupy the kids ages 6-12 this week

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Silver Spur Trade Shows of Texas to Host Lubbock Gun and Blade Show [Audio]

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George Frey/Getty Images

Monday on the Chad Hasty Show, Kim Sansom of Silver Spur Trade Shows of Texas, gave details on the Lubbock Gun and Blade Show coming up this weekend.

The show will feature guns and blades, as well as a variety of vendors showing accessories, military items, tactical gear, and items for kids

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David Langston Talks Public Information Act and the NELCDC [Audio]

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Monday on Lubbock's First News, David Langston, partner at Mullin, Hoard and Brown law firm and former Mayor of Lubbock, spoke about the Public Information Act requests regarding the NELCDC.

Langston previously stated that all financial records had been provided to those who were interested

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Relay for Life of Texas Tech to Host Paint the Campus Purple Week [Audio]

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Relay for Life of Texas Tech University, Facebook

Monday on Lubbock's First News, Olivia Utley, PR Chair for the event, gave details on the Relay for Life's Paint the Campus Purple week.

Relay for Life works with the American Cancer Society and the Hope Lodge to raise money for the cause

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Mayor Glen Robertson Discusses the Recent City Council Meeting [Audio]

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Friday on Lubbock's First News, Mayor Glen Robertson gave a recap of the Lubbock City Council meeting that took place Thursday.

Robertson commented on Sam Medina's resignation. He also observed Latrelle Joy's decision to be excused from the vote based upon her representation of Eric Medina

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David Langston Responds to the Sandstorm Scholar and Discusses Controversies [Audio]

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Scott W. Lang

Friday on Lubbock's First News, David Langston, former Mayor of Lubbock and currently partner at the Mullin Hoard and Brown law firm.

On Thursday, L. Scott Mann, also known as the "Sandstorm Scholar," made comment

“Sandstorm Scholar” L. Scott Mann Discusses Issues Around the NELCDC [Audio]

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Sandstorm Scholar, Facebook

On the Thursday edition of Lubbock's First News, Scott Mann, "Sandstorm Scholar," discussed recent controversies about the North and East Lubbock Community Development Corporation (NELCDC).

Mann said that after doing some searches and requesting information, he came to understand that a non-profit, city-funded, corporation--the NELCDC--owns a building through a for profit partnership

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New Moonlight Musicals Dinner Theater to Open This Week [Audio]

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Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, Facebook

Thursday on Lubbock's First News, Robin Henson with Lubbock Moonlight Musicals talked about their upcoming production.

The show Marry Me a Little will open Friday March 14 and run Saturday March 15, 21 and 22. Dinner

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