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  • Look Around Lubbock: Mayor's Marathon

    Look Around Lubbock: Mayor's Marathon

    The Mayor's Marathon is April 28 and starts at 8 a.m. at the Berl Huffman Complex. The race location is Loop 289 and the distance is 26.2 miles.

    The Mayor's Marathon is April 28 and starts at 8 a.m. at the Berl Huffman Complex. The race location is Loop 289 and the distance is 26.2 miles.

  • Look Around Lubbock: Science Spectrum Butterflies Alive Exhibit

    Look Around Lubbock: Science Spectrum Butterflies Alive Exhibit

    The Butterflies Alive exhibit at the Science Spectrum opens tomorrow through June 9. The new exhibit brings an experience of a wild butterfly encounter up close and personal, providing you and your family with the experience of being surrounded by not a single butterfly, but hundreds of butterflies and moths flying freely and closely. 

    The Butterflies Alive exhibit at the Science Spectrum opens tomorrow through June 9. The new exhibit brings an experience of a wild butterfly encounter up close and personal, providing you and your family with the experience of being surrounded by not a single butterfly, but hundreds of butterflies and moths flying freely and closely. 

  • Look Around Lubbock: Viva Aztlan Festival

    Look Around Lubbock: Viva Aztlan Festival

    Viva Aztlan Festival is celebrating its 25th Anniversary of Ballet Folklorico Dance Workshops, Competition, Showcase/Mariachi Concert on March 8-9, 2019 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

    Viva Aztlan Festival is celebrating its 25th Anniversary of Ballet Folklorico Dance Workshops, Competition, Showcase/Mariachi Concert on March 8-9, 2019 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

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  • Featured Artist: David Sanderson

    Featured Artist: David Sanderson

    The current Featured Artist on Good Day Lubbock is photographer David Sanderson, who specializes in what is known as "Light Painting." 

    The current Featured Artist on Good Day Lubbock is photographer David Sanderson, who specializes in what is known as "Light Painting." 

  • Featured Artist: Lane Anderson

    Featured Artist: Lane Anderson

    The current Featured Artist on Good Day Lubbock is Lane Anderson of Cloudstone Photography with a piece called "Turquoise."  

    The current Featured Artist on Good Day Lubbock is Lane Anderson of Cloudstone Photography with a piece called "Turquoise."  

  • Featured Artist: Sally McCoy

    Featured Artist: Sally McCoy

    The current Featured Artist on "Good Day Lubbock" is Sally McCoy, who works with paper mosaic.  

    The current Featured Artist on "Good Day Lubbock" is Sally McCoy, who works with paper mosaic.  

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  • Hobbs, NM

    Hobbs - Our Town

    Hobbs - Our Town

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    Hobbs is the gateway to New Mexico - the Land of Enchantment. Hobbs is the largest municipality in Lea County, the southeastern-most county of New Mexico’s 33 counties, and situated on the far western edge of the Llano Estacado.

    Hobbs is the gateway to New Mexico - the Land of Enchantment. Hobbs is the largest municipality in Lea County, the southeastern-most county of New Mexico’s 33 counties, and situated on the far western edge of the Llano Estacado.

  • Littlefield, TX

    Littlefield - Our Town

    Littlefield - Our Town

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    Littlefield, Texas is the home of legendary recording artist Waylon Jennings. The community enjoys music, restaurants and High School sports.

    Littlefield, Texas is the home of legendary recording artist Waylon Jennings. The community enjoys music, restaurants and High School sports.

  • Brownfield, TX

    Brownfield - Our Town

    Brownfield - Our Town

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    Our Town Brownfield SignOur Town Brownfield Sign

    Located just thirty miles southwest of Lubbock, Brownfield had is start as an agricultural community that grew into the city it is today.

    Located just thirty miles southwest of Lubbock, Brownfield had is start as an agricultural community that grew into the city it is today.

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