According to Lubbock Police, the remains have been positively identified as those of 62-year-old Shelley Jordan.
Anthony “Tony” Riley will conclude his professional career that featured more than 30 years of service at SPC and 30 years of active and reserve service in the military on June 30th, 2014.
Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson encourages citizens to bring any questions or comments to the event.
The event was originally scheduled for last weekend, but was cancelled due to rain.
The advertisements depict Jesus covered in tattoos and promote Christianity.
The announcement from Lubbock Police comes during a search for 62-year-old Shelley Jordan, who has been missing since Monday. Police say that there is indication of foul play in her disappearance.
Results of the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch report that outlines the average price per gallon of gas throughout the state, have been released.
Texas Tech University has announced the first four official game dates of the Red Raider 2014 college football season.
On Thursday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Mika Wyatt from Agrilife Extension spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about the city's upcoming water restrictions.
Shelley Myers Jordan was last seen on Friday, May 23rd at around 10 a.m.