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Cote de Pablo returns to CBS in 'The Dovekeepers' miniseries - My Plainview
This photo provided by CBS shows, Cote de Pablo as Shirah, in the new CBS two-night miniseries “The Dovekeepers,” based on the best-selling novel of the same name. The series from executive producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, will be broadcast ...
NBC News' boss faces challenge fixing MSNBC - My Plainview
FILE - In this Aug. 2, 2011 file photo, Phil Griffin, left, president of MSNBC, answers a question as Rachel Maddow, host of "The Rachel Maddow Show," looks on at the NBC Universal summer press tour, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Griffin has lately sought to ...
Three longtime PCA teachers retiring - My Plainview
Plainview Christian Academy’s annual fundraising dinner and auction on Friday was bittersweet as the local private school celebrated its 30th anniversary by saying goodbye to three longtime instructors who will be retiring at the end of the current term.
Drop in jobless rate suggests regional recovery - My Plainview
The unemployment rate in February declined not just for Hale County, but for all six counties served by the Herald. The labor force in each also grew. “People who have been commuting to Midland (working in the oil industry) are coming home and finding ...
Texas Community Futures Forum is April 7 - My Plainview
The Texas Community Futures forum will be held in Hale Country to assist local Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agents and the Leadership Advisory Board identify the most critical issues affecting local citizens. Our local Extension program has a rich ...
Plainview girls 4x400 relay team sets school record - My Plainview
The Plainview girls track 4x400-meter relay team shattered the school record by more than four and a half seconds at the Texas Relays Friday. The quartet was clocked in 4 minutes, 9.38 seconds, which easily beat the old standard of 4:14. Members of the ...
Westerners edge Bulldogs in 10 innings, 4-3 - My Plainview
Any baseball coach will tell you, more often than not it’s the little things that win games – a sacrifice bunt, hitting to the right side to advance a runner, a sacrifice fly, a clutch single. The Plainview Bulldogs had trouble executing those little ...
Collision Course - My Plainview
Plainview catcher Gabriel Chavez holds onto the ball as he collides with a Lubbock High runner at home plate during a District 4-5A baseball game at Bulldog Park Saturday. The runner was called out to end the sixth inning. Lubbock defeated Plainview in 10 ...
PCA retirees - My Plainview
Longtime Plainview Christian Academy staff members Pam Hinze (left), Karla McDonald and Sue Turner were recognized Friday during the school’s annual fundraising auction. Among its longest-tenured teachers, Hinze and Turner were among the school’s ...
Spotlighting the farm life of Horsford - My Plainview
They are the essential fibers that make up the vivid tapestry of the West Texas landscape. Riding their tractors along the flat horizon, deep into the sunset, the labor of South Plains farmers helps to sustain the life force of the area economy. For more ...
Checklist helps seniors prepare for severe weather - My Plainview
With severe weather season upon us, older adults may be among the most vulnerable victims when disasters strike. That's why Home Instead Senior Care, the international caregiving company with more than 800 locations in 15 countries, has issued a disaster ...
Students lobby for state tuition grant at capitol - My Plainview
AUSTIN -- Wayland Baptist University students visited the state capitol on Tuesday, March 24, to lobby for continuation of the Tuition Equalization Grant, a program which helps private school students attend the universities of their choice. Senior Olivia ...
We’re never too old to laugh - My Plainview
Our ability to laugh is a natural bodily response that serves to relieve tension and create emotional energy, but it seems to me that laughter is becoming a rarity in our society. Why? I’m not really sure, but it could be that we are constantly being ...
Ranks of early Kress graduates thinning - My Plainview
My brother, LaNoy Tooley, recently died. At 95, he was the oldest living graduate of Kress High School. He and Ruth Conway were honor graduates of the Class of 1936. Our father, A.W. Tooley, was president of the Kress school board in the early 1940s.
Medication management tools for organizing and remembering - My Plainview
What products or solutions can you recommend to help seniors keep up with their medications? My mom is supposed to take several different medications at different times of the day but frequently forgets. Anybody who juggles multiple medications can relate ...