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Not a neurotypical leader: Phyllis Wall talks about her Asperger’s diagnosis - My Plainview
Throughout Plainview, it is hard to mention a recent community project without hearing the name of Phyllis Wall mentioned. The renovation of the Hilton Hotel, Snack Pack 4 Kids, the Skate Park and many other events and projects are associated with her name.
Hospital gala gets 007 treatment - My Plainview
The world of espionage and thrills will be the backdrop to good times and good causes, as Covenant Health Plainview hosts the seventh annual gala with a 007 James Bond theme. “It’s going to be a blast,” said Carol Terrell, the hospital’s foundation ...
Great Clips Ribbon Cutting - My Plainview
General Manager Stephanie Chavez and Store Manager Julie Reese at Great Clips, handle the oversized scissors for the Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Wednesday for the new business at 1601 N. I-27 Unit B. Business hours are 9 a.m ...
District looks to the future with key personnel announcements - My Plainview
Transformation, that is the word Plainview ISD Superintendent Dr. Rocky Kirk says best describes what the District is undergoing in its quest to become a premier district in the Panhandle-South Plains region of Texas. Toward that goal, according to Kirk ...
Flye-ing to Navarro JC - My Plainview
Plainview running back Warren Flye (right), shown fending off an Abilene Cooper defender to gain yardage last season, has made a verbal commitment to play football at Navarro Junior College in Corsicana.
Armes announces plans for retirement, Board approves budget - My Plainview
Wayland Baptist University President Dr. Paul Armes announced to the WBU Board of Trustees Thursday afternoon and to the Wayland employees Friday morning, his plans to retire, affective June 30, 2016. Dr. Armes and his wife, Duanea have served Wayland for ...
This and That - My Plainview
A flyer describing Plainview Community Concerts’ 2015-2016 season will be inserted in the Sunday, May 3, edition of the Herald. It contains a coupon for membership listing Early Bird prices which continue in effect through June 1, 2015. After that date ...
City and PHCEDC to work on incentive plan - My Plainview
The Plainview Hale County Economic Development Corporation has kept their noses to the grindstone, and their work was on exhibit Thursday in the group's quarterly report to the City Council. One of the major highlights in their long list of activities ...
Despite rough start, DeBerry doesn't give up on his dream - My Plainview
Faith and a positive attitude can be the wind under the wings of any endeavor. And for Olton farmer Tracy DeBerry, those attributes have helped to carry him through as the 27-year-old chases his love for farming despite high hurdles early in his career.
Plane Talk - My Plainview
FRIDAY: Stan Blanton flew in from Lubbock for a short visit, then flew back to Lubbock in his Piper J-3 Cub. Greg Page flew locally, and later flew to Pecos in his Bellanca Viking after annual inspection. Two U.S. Marine jet helicopters flew in from Clovis ...
WBU School of Music wraps up concert season with four events - My Plainview
The Wayland Baptist University School of Music shares its final concert series of the year beginning Sunday, April 26 with “A Night of Worship,” presented by the Wayland Praise Ensemble at College Heights Baptist Church. The worship service will begin ...
Go ahead and make my day with a smile - My Plainview
Last Saturday while I was driving to Amarillo to visit a friend, a hodgepodge of thoughts began running through my mind. That is not unusual for me when I’m driving because there isn’t much else I can do. I could talk on my cellphone, but most of my ...
Flye commits to play football at Navarro JC - My Plainview
It’s hard to believe Warren Flye did not receive any offers from Division I schools to play college football. The Plainview Bulldog running back gained nearly 2,200 yards rushing last season, including a school-record 504 in one game. He averaged 12.3 ...
District 4-H Clothing and Textiles Contest results - My Plainview
South Plains 4-H presented: “Let’s Go, Let’s Grow!” on April 14 at Christ the King School in Lubbock. Sixteen Hale County 4-H members participated in the Clothing related contest. Results of the judging for Fashion Show: Junior: Construction Casual ...
PHS senior Madi McKay receives ag scholarship - My Plainview
Plainview High School senior Madi McKay is the recipient of a $2,000 National FFA and Hurst Farm Supply Scholarship. Madi was selected by the National FFA Foundation based on academics, FFA involvement, work experience, supervised agricultural experience ...