With rattlesnake season underway, pet safety is a major concern for pet owners both in town and in the country.
Next year’s proposed budget could require the city to draw from its reserve funds, but Finance Director Patricia Warren said there will be changes to the document, especially when the final valuati
Hermleigh ISD is getting close to filling all its personnel vacancies.
A Lubbock man was recently arrested after being indicted in 2016 for forgery by the Scurry County grand jury.
After no one spoke against a proposal for the city to sell Eddie and Linda Williams a 40-foot wide tract located at the undeveloped part of Ave.
A blood drive will be held on the United Supermarkets parking lot June 30.
The United Blood Service’s bloodmobile will be on the parking lot from 2:45-5 p.m. to accept donations.
Fireworks are as much a part of celebrating Independence Day as waving the flag and listening to Stars and Stripes Forever, but they can pose a considerable safety threat, especially during West Te
The Army is coming, although it’s likely you’ll never know they’re here.