May 13, 2007 Births

Tivis Dallas Kohl Tivis was born May 3, 2007 to Kie and Kristy Tivis of Portales at University Medical Center in Lubbock. He weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Grandparents are Susie and Glen Davis of Portales, Donna Leal of Clovis and Glen Tivis of Clovis. Great-grandparents are Max Davis of Rogers, Roslie Burney of Lubbock […]

Texico mom: Parsons in hospital before

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom Newspapers A Texico woman who had a baby in January at Lubbock’s Covenant Medical Center’s Lakeside Campus says she repeatedly encountered suspected baby kidnapper Rayshaun Parson during her stay. LeBeth Crisp, a mother of five whose youngest daughter was born Jan. 9, said Parson told her she was visiting a friend […]

Accused kidnapper extradited to Texas

Freedom Newspapers In a soft, barely audible voice, a 21-year-old Clovis woman acknowledged in a Clovis court Monday she was the person sought by Texas authorities in connection with Saturday’s kidnapping of a 3-day old infant from a Lubbock hospital. Rayshaun Parson was back in Lubbock on Monday night after waiving extradition during her Clovis […]

Kidnapped baby found in Clovis

The Associated Press LUBBOCK — A newborn kidnapped from a Lubbock hospital by a woman wearing hospital scrubs and a hooded jacket was found safe Sunday in New Mexico and returned to her mother. Four-day-old Mychael Darthard-Dawodu was found in a home in Clovis by police following up on tips, a day after she was […]

Crash lands Floyd students in hospital

PNT staff report A two-vehicle accident Tuesday morning sent two Floyd School students and a Portales resident to the hospital, according to state police. The female students, 13 and 16 years old, were listed in satisfactory condition Tuesday afternoon at a Lubbock hospital, according to state police. The 16-year-old student was driving a mini-van westbound […]

Feb. 8, 1978

Friends and relatives gathered Sunday in the Frank Greathouse home to share a traditional turkey dinner and birthday cake with Frank Greathouse, Sr., on his 85th birthday. Those coming from Texas were Mr. amd Mrs. Randy Mason, Tammi and Gwendolyn, Midland; Mr. amd Mrs. Kevin Dickson and Cody; Mr. amd Mrs. Jim Wilkerson; Paul Dickson, […]

Feb. 4, 1978

The Southside Church of Christ will hold a gospel meeting beginning February 5 and ending the 9th. Evangelist for the meeting will be Norman gipson of Lubbock, who has served congregations in Amarillo, Quitaque, and Grand Prairie. Gipson spent five years in New England and was the director of the Bear Valley School of Preaching […]

Orchestra honors military with special performance

By Casey Peacock: PNT staff writer Lubbock Symphony Orchestra will present a salute to America’s military, with the “America at War” series at 7 p.m. (MST) Jan. 12 and 13 at the Civic Center Theatre in Lubbock. The performance is part of LSO’s 60th anniversary celebration. Guest conductor will be Jeffrey Pollock, Fort Worth, Texas, […]

Greyhounds stumble out of break

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By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer With the way his team played, Eastern New Mexico University men’s coach Shawn Scanlan said it was hard to tell just how good Lubbock Christian was. Lubbock Christian guard Max Eding scored 23 points and fellow senior Marques Baldwin added 21 in a 73-64 win over the Greyhounds in […]

ENMU teams prepare for LCU

Freedom Newspapers ENMU BASKETBALL Men Lubbock Christian (6-3) at ENMU (5-5), 4 p.m. today at Greyhound Arena. Radio: KSEL-FM 95.3. On the Net: www.enmusports.com. Notes: ENMU’s last game was a 90-63 win at New Mexico Highlands on Dec. 18. The Chaparrals haven’t played since winning their Sooner Conference opener over Wayland Baptist 72-63 on Dec. […]

Zias falter at home

Freedom Newspapers Lubbock Christian spoiled Mike Maguire’s final home match as Eastern New Mexico University’s volleyball coach Tuesday night, posting a 30-24, 30-25, 30-21 non-conference victory over the Zias at Greyhound Arena. Maguire has announced that he will end his 20-year run as Zias coach at the conclusion of this season while remaining as the […]

Titanic exhibit sails into Lubbock

By Ashley Lee: PNT Staff Writer The RMS Titanic has come ashore in Lubbock at the Science Spectrum Museum. The touring exhibit, which includes artifacts recovered from the infamous shipwreck, will continue at the museum through December. The exhibit is owned by salvage company RMS Titanic Inc., parent company to Premier Exhibitions Inc., the company […]

Hospital announces large August profit

PNT Staff Roosevelt General Hospital administration reported a huge profit for the month of August during the regular board meeting Tuesday. Board members also discussed improved helicoper transport service and the addition of a new MRI. The hospital announced a profit for the month of August of over $96,000. Hospital CFO Eva Stevens said the […]

Day Trip: Silent Wings Museum

Silent Wings Museum in Lubbock is dedicated to the World War II experience from the perspective of the glider pilots who flew in every major invasion of that war. The focal piece of the museum is a restored WACO CG-4A glider, according to the museum’s Web site, www.silentwingsmuseum.com History In 1971, former pilots of the […]

June 4, 2006 Engagements

Moreland/Fox Chris Moreland of Vadito and Jay and Robin Valerio of Phoenix, Ariz., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kellin Moreland, to Clayton Fox, son of Ronald and Marie Fox, of Portales. The couple will exchange vows at 6 p.m. on June 17 at the First Baptist Church in Portales. The reception […]

Lubbock Lake Landmark still digging into the past

Compiled By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers If you’re looking for a daytrip to stretch your mind as well as your legs, a trip to Lubbock Lake Landmark could be for you. The attraction, operated by Museum of Texas Tech University, combines an archaeology and natural history preserve with exhibits and a learning center. The site […]

Obituaries for March 29, 2006

Delbert “Del” Webb Services: 2 p.m. Friday at Wheeler Mortuary Chapel. Delbert “Del” Webb, 82, of Portales, died Monday, March 27, 2006, at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock. He was born July 6, 1923, to Eva and Joe Webb in Pearl, Texas, where he grew up. He graduated from Tahoka High School and joined the U.S. […]

Lubbock Winter Rodeo Series gives fans quick rodeo fix

Compiled by Kevin Wilson For nearly three decades, Charlie Thompson has produced winter training rodeos. This season’s rodeo offers spectators a chance to get a glimpse at potential future world champions, in addition to names they may already recognize. What is it? The Lubbock Winter Rodeo Series was spawned from a small organization called C-T […]

Moody Planetarium hosts holiday shows

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Compiled by Karl Terry Need a day trip diversion for the week between Christmas and New Year? The Moody Planetarium on the campus of Texas Tech University in Lubbock has a couple of special holiday programs going on through Jan. 8 that could just fill the bill for the whole family. A little science mixed […]

Doak Obituary

Orville Doak Services: 2 p.m. (CST) Saturday at Neil Chapel at Carillon in Lubbock. Orville W. Doak, 95, of Lubbock, died Monday, Dec. 5, 2005, in Lubbock. He was born Feb. 23, 1910, in Silverton, Texas, to Vernon and Edna Doak. He married Jessie Fay Cooper in Clayton on June 2, 1932. After his wife’s […]