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City council hires Lawrence as consultant, honors Lindeman - My Plainview
With a unanimous vote, the Plainview City Council approved a motion Tuesday to grant a request to hire Gary Lawrence as a consultant for the Plainview/Hale County Economic Development Corporation. "This will be very beneficial," said PHCEDC director Mike Fox.
Balance, unselfishness have Bulldogs atop district - My Plainview
Nearly halfway through the District 4-5A campaign, the Plainview Bulldogs have made more noise than anybody in the district. They’ve dispatched two teams — Lubbock Cooper and Lubbock High — that were picked ahead of them in the preseason polls.
Hanging in there - My Plainview
Plainview point guard Jayton Ellis hangs in the air as he drives to the basket against Lubbock Cooper in the Bulldogs' opening District 4-5A game of the season earlier this month. The Dogs have won their first three district games and will close out the ...
wind meeting - My Plainview
With Mike Fox (left), Kevin Carter and Gary Lawrence listening in, Sweetwater Economic Development Executive Director Ken Becker touches on some of the lessons learned by his community during the development of wind energy resources beginning in about 1999.
Katie Holmes to guest on 'Ray Donovan' - My Plainview
FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2015 file photo, Katie Holmes arrives at The Weinstein Company and Netflix Golden Globes afterparty at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Holmes is joining the Showtime drama "Ray Donovan" for its upcoming third season.
No major injuries in Monday rollover - My Plainview
A man and two children were treated for minor injuries and released after a Monday morning rollover on South Columbia. Just after 8 a.m. Monday, according to police reports, Mike Tonche, 28, and two 7-year-old children were traveling southbound on Columbia ...
Second Friday to feature hunt for Fred - My Plainview
This month’s Second Friday event in downtown Plainview will feature a scavenger hunt for Fred, a very special dog doll. The contest will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 13, at the Fair Theater, according to Phil Shackelford, and its open to all, although ...
Cade Hales - My Plainview
District Judge Rob Kinkaid (left) congratulates new Assistant District Attorney Cade Hales after the 86th District Court judge administered the oath of office to the Canyon native on Monday. Hales will be prosecuting misdemeanor cases under District ...
Kingdom Prep nudges PCA Lady Eagles, 35-34 - My Plainview
The Plainview Christian Academy girls basketball team, still feeling the effects of a difficult loss to Lubbock Home School, was edged by Lubbock Kingdom Prep, 35-34, in a non-district game in Lubbock Friday night. The Lady Eagles were consistent in their ...
Plainview police breathe new life into SWAT team - My Plainview
Decked out in tactical workout gear and jogging in cadence down Broadway, there’s one thing we can assume; the team is getting back together. “We want to be ready for every scenario. Our whole purpose is to keep the citizens safe, that’s why we live ...
Hitting the boards - My Plainview
Plainview Christian Academy's Kylee Hill (1) tries for a rebound in a game against Kingdom Prep earlier this season. The PCA freshman led her team with 10 points against Kingdom Prep in Lubbock Friday, but the Lady Eagles were edged 35-34. They return to ...
Bulldogs drub Lubbock with fourth-quarter surge - My Plainview
The Plainview Bulldogs pride themselves on playing full-tilt for 32 minutes every basketball game. Their frenetic style of play can wear down a team. And that’s what happened at Lubbock High School Friday night. Leading by one point after three quarters ...
Above the crowd - My Plainview
Plainview's Jace DeLaGarza goes up and over an opponent for a shot during a junior varsity basketball game earlier this season. The Bulldog JV pounded Lubbock High Friday in a District 4-5A game at Lubbock.
Lady Bulldogs beat Lubbock, go 4-0 in district - My Plainview
The Plainview Lady Bulldogs shook off a slow start to defeat Lubbock High, 72-53, in a District 4-5A game in Lubbock Friday night. The victory raises Plainview’s overall record to 20-7 and ends the first half of their district campaign with a perfect 4-0 ...
John Anderson honored - My Plainview
John Bertsch, outgoing president of the Plainview-Hale County Economic Development Corp., presents former Mayor John C. Anderson with the inaugural Jack Morris Economic Development and Leadership Award.