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Police Arrest 76-Year-Old Lubbock Man for Intoxication Manslaughter

On Thursday, June 10th, a 76-year-old man from Lubbock was arrested for a crash that he was involved in a few months prior. KAMC News reports that back on March 11th, Paul Anthony Pinkston was driving his 2003 Dodge Dakota pickup truck along US Highway 62/82 near Quail Road in Hockley County. Reports from the Texas Department of Public Safety indicate that Pinkston was driving southwest in the northeast lanes of the highway.
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Robert J. “Bobby” Latham

Robert (Bobby) Jackson Latham, 87, of Graham, Texas, earned his Heavenly football jersey, #35, Tuesday, June 1, 2021, in Graham. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 12, at the Wildcatter Ranch Hotel, Miss Addies Room in Graham. (6062 Highway 16 South) Bobby was born...
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13th Former Reagor-Dykes Employee Sentenced to Prison

The 13th former Reagor-Dykes employee has been sentenced for their role in the fraud scheme that ultimately led to the company's downfall in August 2018. KAMC News reports that back in January 2021, 40-year-old Andrea Kate Phillips, former accounting associate and officer manager for Reagor-Dykes Plainview LP, pleaded guilty to misprision of a felony. This means that she deliberately concealed her knowledge of a felony.
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Texas Tech basketball: Red Raiders host dynamic transfer forward for official visit

Now that the recruiting dead period that stretched back to last March is finally over, Lubbock and the Texas Tech basketball program can start putting their collective best foot forward by hosting potential recruits and transfers in person. And on Tuesday, multiple outlets reported on social media that UTEP forward Bryson Williams was in the 806 to get a look at what Mark Adams and his program have to offer.
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Column: Ellis outgrew Plainview, and that's a good thing

She was going to be like her older brother Stan and be a baseball player. That was what Alesha Ellis wanted to do as a young girl growing up in Plainview. Turns out, boys don’t really like when girls join their teams, and show them up in the process. So Ellis focused her attention on basketball. She liked baseball better, but basketball was a good fallback option. She started getting recruiting letters for basketball when she was in middle school and they just kept coming.
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Robert (Bobby) Jackson Latham

Robert (Bobby) Jackson Latham, 87, of Graham, Texas, earned his Heavenly football jersey, #35, Tuesday, June 1, 2021, in Graham. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 12, at the Wildcatter Ranch Hotel, Miss Addies Room in Graham. (6062 Highway 16 South) Bobby was born...
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Ashton Duncan and Jonathan Woods Named LSC Scholar-Athletes

RICHARDSON, Texas (June 8, 2021) - The annual Lone Star Conference Scholar-Athlete Award winners were announced, with each LSC member school recognized with a male and female recipient. Lubbock Christian University's recipients were Ashton Duncan (women's basketball) and Jonathan Woods (men's soccer). These student-athletes are selected as representatives of the...
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Chaps Release 2021 Schedule

Paul Gilbert has released the team's 2021 schedule, which features 17 total games, including nine to be played at home. The fall 2021 campaign will begin on September 2 with the Chaparrals on the road, with LCU traveling to The Centennial State for games against Fort Lewis and Adams State. Lubbock Christian will then return to the Hub City for its home opener against MSU-Denver at 8 p.m. on September 10.
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Sports Talk Interview: Matt Mooney

Former Tech great Matt Mooney joins David and Gary to discuss his basketball camp that's coming up in Lubbock, the 2019 National Championship run, what he hopes to do in the future, and his thoughts on the former coach leaving for Texas as well as Mark Adams getting the head coaching job. Hear the entire interview here.
Plainview, TXKCBD

Wayland Baptist women’s basketball coach named as new ASU head coach

PLAINVIEW, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) - After resigning as head coach of the Wayland Baptist Flying Queens to accept a similar position at Angelo State University, Alesha Ellis said leaving her hometown and the program she returned to being a national power in women’s basketball won’t be easy. ”It’s definitely bittersweet....