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Cactus Theatre, A Lubbock Legend

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The Cactus Theater is a treasure of Lubbock’s Depot District. The historic theater offers patrons stunning acoustics and up-close performances from their favorite artists in an intimate venue. “It’s truly a listening room experience,” ... Read full article

Crosbyton, Texas

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Crosbyton, Texas is the perfect daytrip destination for the whole family. The revitalized downtown welcomes visitors with beautiful historic buildings, streets with vintage lighting, and boutique shops featuring rustic and rare items.... Read full article

Lubbock's Most Haunted

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Legend has it the gates of hell itself are located just behind the Lubbock Cemetery. Hell’s Gates is the name given to an abandoned trestle of the old Santa Fe Railroad. The imposing structure spans a wooded canyon...... Read full article

Escape to a West Texas Lake

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West Texas is full of exciting lakes for relaxation and recreation. We highlight 4 West Texas lakes to enjoy for a weekend or a lifetime. Get out and cool off this summer in the natural waters of West Texas. ... Read full article

4th of July Events in West Texas

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Events Across West Texas... Read full article

Pearl on the Concho

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San Angelo is famous for rare pearls, found in freshwater mussels, in the Concho River. But there are other spectacular pearls on the Concho. ... Read full article

Buddy Holly Made Lubbock the Capital City of the Music World

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Lubbock’s native son Buddy Holly died in a tragic 1959 plane crash at only 22 years-old, but his musical legacy will not fade away. Though his recording career lasted just two short years, Holly changed the sound of popular music forever...... Read full article

Big 'Spring' coming to Town

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The Big Spring CVB has undertaken a major renovation project at our Historic Spring. The focus of the project will be educational components that will inform visitors about the significant history of the Spring..... Read full article

A New Mexico Ranchers Story

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The Lea County Museum Press has just published a memoir by Lea County rancher Carl Lane Johnson who has lived and worked in Lea all of his life and whose family has been part of county history for a century.... Read full article

Charles Goodnight Historical Center

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"A Man for All Ages" ... Read full article