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All Saints Episcopal School Announces Preview Event for New Fine Arts Center

The new 11,000 square foot Fine Arts Center will allow for high school level fine arts classes to be taught at All Saints

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Published Report: Texas Tech University System Chancellor Kent Hance to Step Down

Late Thursday night, the Austin-based Texas Tribune reported that Texas Tech University System Chancellor Kent Hance would soon announce plans to leave his chancellor's position.

Hance replaced Dr. David Smith as Texas Tech University System Chancellor on December 1, 2006.

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Lubbock City Council Approves 114th Street Speed Limit, Chided by Citizen Julian Hernandez For Previous Comments

This time, Julian Hernandez spoke in front of the Council wearing a panda hat with long tassels running down the sides, and had some comments for many of the City Council members.

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High Point Village Breaks Ground on New Facility

High Point Village today broke ground on Phase I of a new 22,000 square foot facility. The new enrichment center will be located in northwest Lubbock at Milwaukee Avenue and Kent Street. High Point Village serves special needs individuals throughout Lubbock and the South Plains

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West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard’s Steven Orr Picks Sweetwater vs. Snyder As Game Of The Week [AUDIO]

On the Thursday edition of the Chad Hasty Show, Steven Orr from the “West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard” show talked with Chad Hasty about his picks for the big games in high school football this week.

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Authorities: Former Lubbock-Cooper ISD Employee Stalked Co-Worker Online

A former Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District employee is facing charges of online harassment and stalking.

KAMC 28 reports 38-year-old Jason Burreson,  a former food service worker for the school district, impersonated the LCISD superintendent and posted racy photos of another employee online.

Burreson was terminated in the spring semester of the 2012-1

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United Supermarkets Announces Scholarship Awards For Texas Tech Grad Students

The endowment resulted from a $3 million gift from United to the Texas Tech Foundation to endow two scholarship programs at the university.

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Sales Tax Revenue Up For Texas, Lubbock For September 2013

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs has sent cities, counties, transit systems, and special purpose taxing districts sales tax allocations totaling $579.8 million, a 5.2 percent increase from one year ago.

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Third Petition to Recall District 2 Lubbock City Councilman Floyd Price Declared Invalid

According to Garza, each recall petition verification process costs between $2,000 and $3,000. She said that Harris is welcome to file another petition.

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Into the Woods Coming Soon to C.A.T.S Playhouse Stage [Audio]

Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, Alejandro Hernandez talked with Tom and Laura about the upcoming theatrical production of Into the Woods, opening at Children and Adults Theatrical Studio (C.A.T.S.)

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