May 23, 2022
  • 4:00 pm Lubbock man dies in single-vehicle crash in Hockley County
  • 6:43 pm Deadline approaching to apply for SBA federal disaster loan for economic injury
  • 6:42 pm Kalton Kasel to compete in PBR World Finals
  • 6:30 pm Teaching the brain and the heart through music education
  • 6:29 pm Ogallala Commons to host Stewarding Our Aquifer Field Day in Olton next week

Provided by Alice Liles Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on May 5, 2022. We had a heck of a hail storm that Sunday, May 1st, which left us with two broken windows, a broken skylight, and a yard of leaf litter, broken branches, and damaged plants. […]

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We continue my self-interview/”getting-to-know-me” session from the previous couple of weeks: (5.) SO HOW IN THE BLEEP DID YOU ORIGINALLY GET CONNECTED WITH THE HERALD? ANSWER: Throughout the years, I did make many efforts to try to get employment in various ways with the Herald. I even at one time did a Herald paper route […]

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            Months of costly construction went down the drain on May 14, 1907, when C.W. Post picked out a new place for his West Texas dream town and ordered the original site abandoned.             The hired hands shrugged their shoulders.  After all, the Battle Creek millionaire had the bucks to build his High Plains utopia […]

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For a long time, I’ve found the study of time—specifically, how we perceive its passing, and how it’s connected to our biological and circadian rhythms—fascinating. Research rolls on, but it’s quite clear that, whether you’re a morning person, night person, or anywhere in between—a lark, an owl, a “third bird,” of whatever—your preference is not […]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. More than 44 million people across the country experience mental health conditions every year. They range from depression to post-traumatic stress, substance abuse and various others. In recent years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the numbers have notably increased. Mental health disorders are treatable. This month, Texans […]

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