Carl G. Cailloux — he prefers Cal Cailloux from the Bayou — is 102 today.
Lubbock High School’s class of 1954, which had become so scattered across the nation that 130 of the original 500 students couldn’t be found by organizers of its reunions, now has everyone accounted for except 15.
The automobile showroom just off U.S. 87 and FM 1585 is filled with mint-condition Kaiser and Frazer cars, but it never has customers.
If Monday’s news conference at Mae Simmons Community Center is an example, this year’s Juneteenth celebration will be one of the most impressive ever held in Lubbock.
Lubbock tended toward faith from its earliest days.
Clinic offers free treament for sick kids
When the cat’s away, the mouse will leave dirty dishes
Got prom dibs? High school girls use Facebook, Got Dibs to claim dress