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Sunday, June 18, 2000
West Texas in high spirits about area wineries

Web-posted 6/16/2000
photo: 061800049  West Texans are familiar with growing things. A jaunt down any road leading out of Lubbock will reflect the agricultural heritage as rows of corn, cotton and sorghum create colorful patterns.
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Windmill facility expected to pump up public attention

Web-posted 6/16/2000
photo: 061800006  The largest public collection of windmills in the world is located on one 28-acre tract in Lubbock.
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Market Lubbock in charge of financial growth

Web-posted 6/16/2000
 Lubbock's economic development efforts fall on several shoulders, but are clearly led by the city-appointed board of Market Lubbock Inc.
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Tech campus receives Montford face-lift

Web-posted 6/16/2000
 Texas Tech University has seen a huge face-lift the past year due to the efforts of Chancellor John Montford and his master plan.
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New venues bring an array of entertainment

Web-posted 6/16/2000
photo: 061800017  Lubbock's relative isolation on the Staked Plains of the Llano Estacado may forever breed stereotypes from those who have not had the pleasure of visiting, but word about Lubbock's array of entertainment offerings continues to spread.
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Small medical center competing as alternate care

Web-posted 6/16/2000
photo: 061800015  The battle cry for Lubbock's four major hospitals is "Revise the Balanced Budget Act of 1997." At least that was the repeated concern by three executive representatives of Highland Medical Center, Covenant Health System comprised of Covenant Medical Center and Covenant Medical Center-Lakeside and University Medical Center.
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Texas Tech welcomes Leach as new football coach

Web-posted 6/16/2000
photo: 061800014  Mike Leach probably would not mind if someone described him as grateful for the chance to be head football coach at Texas Tech.
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