If you’ve ever considered running for public office, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is offering Hub City residents an opportunity to learn more about the nuts and bolts of political campaigns.
A series of public meetings will be held next week regarding a possible bond election.
The 2014 Lubbock Citizen Advisory Committee will hold three public meetings next week seeking input for a possible bond election
Lubbock City Councilman Todd Klein will not seek a third term.
The District 3 councilman made his announcement on his Facebook page Tuesday evening.
Klein had indicated in other previous comments and statements he would only serve two terms on the council
Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, Ambassador Tibor Nagy Jr., Vice Provost for International Affairs at Texas Tech University, talked with Tom and Laura about the National Security Agency (NSA) and security (or lack thereof) of information
The Federal Medicare program says the “Part B” premium most seniors pay for outpatient care will stay the same in 2014, at $104.90 a month.
That’s good news for beneficiaries, following a $5-per-month increase this past year
Monday on the Chad Hasty Show, GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak made observations about Senator Wendy Davis' campaign fundraising and predicted the issues she will focus on. He also analyzed some of the issues being dealt with after the government shutdown
Congressional candidate Dr. Donald R. May spoke with Tom and Laura this morning about a variety of issues. May is running against Congressman Randy Neugebauer.
May is an ophthalmologist, though focuses many of his interests in medical economies and the delivery of health care
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Congressman Randy Neugebauer talked about Farm Bill negotiations between the House and Senate, also commenting on the re-opening of the government and the extension of the debt ceiling
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Congressman Randy Neugebauer described his frustrations with President Obama, Obamacare, and the government shutdown.
Neugebauer noted his annoyance at the media coverage of issues he deemed trivial in relation to the government shutdown, such as the shutdown of national parks
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Congressman Randy Neugebauer described the difference between the continuing resolution and debt ceiling, dislike of Obamacare, the farm bill, and impending government shutdown