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An Open Letter to Irresponsible Lubbock Neighbors

No matter where you live, unless you buy a massive piece of property in the middle of nowhere, you will have neighbors. Having neighbors can be a great thing that makes you lifelong friends, or can lead to you meeting your new mortal enemies. Unfortunately, most people have some sort...
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Lubbock’s REAL Haunted House Has Been Sold

Did you know there's a real haunted house in Lubbock?. When you're leaving Lubbock on Woodrow Road, have you ever noticed a really nice house off to the right by itself? Its located at 512 Woodrow Road. It's been there for a long time, but we've never seen anyone actually living there.

City choosing ‘safety net’ providers for Lubbock electric customers

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Ahead of next summer when Lubbock electric customers are expected to “shop” for their electric provider, the City of Lubbock is beginning its process of choosing which providers will be Default Retail Electric Providers, Voluntary Retail Electric Providers and the Provider of Last Resort, which will all serve customers who don’t make a choice or find themselves without one.

Project, major improvements to 114th St. between Indiana & Quaker Ave.

LUBBOCK, Texas — The Texas Department of Transportation’s Lubbock District will begin work on a major improvement project along 114th Street from Indiana Avenue to Quaker Avenue. According to a press release from TxDOT, the $12.79 million City of Lubbock project will completely rebuild the existing roadway from...

A Salute To The Greatest Rock Fans In Texas

You guys are kind of special. I'm just dying here knowing that Dallas/Fort Worth couldn't figure out a way to support a rock station. At one time there were three or four variants and the only thing left is an older classic rock. Lubbock, on the other hand, not only...

Project making major improvements to 114th Street

LUBBOCK, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) - The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is set to begin work on a project that will make major improvements to 114th Street, from Indiana Avenue to Quaker Avenue, in Lubbock. The $12.79 million City of Lubbock project will completely rebuild the existing roadway from a two-lane roadway to a five-lane thoroughfare.