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We Are The Ship: The Story Of Negro League Baseball

David Dean•Wed, May 18, 2011 LUBBOCK, TX-The Museum of TTU is pleased to present the exhibition, We Are The Ship: The Story of Negro League Baseball, original paintings by Kadir Nelson, on view June 5 through July 31, 2011, in the Balcony Gallery of the Museum, located at 3301 4th Street and Indiana Avenue, where ...

COACH AND QUARTERBACK DYNAMIC DUO DELIGHT IN RE-DEFINING DYNASTY FOR PATRIOTS

By Jack Walker

By: Jack Walker ATLANTA– Following a 13-3 triumph over the L.A. Rams Sunday night, February 3rd inside Mercedez-Benz…

Super Bowl 51: Falcons vs Patriots Highlights, Recap, Final Score

By Floyd Miller

In the first overtime in Super Bowl history, the New England Patriots scored 21 unanswered points to beat…

NFL now the No Fair League

By Floyd Miller

By Marc NettlesThe NFL recently fined rookie Cam Heyward $5,787 for wearing eye black with the nickname of…

Fall Classic Crystal Ball: Royals Rangers Reincarnated

By Floyd Miller

By Marc NettlesThe Kansas City Royals did it again. Lorenzo Cain showed his jets to score from first…

Abilene Scores Big with Six-Man Football State Championships

By Debi Shultz

ABILENE, TX – The Texas UIL announced that Abilene will once again play host to the State Championships…

TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS RECEIVES $1 MILLION GIFT FROM HAPPY STATE BANK

By Floyd Miller

By Carri Roach, Marketing Director Happy State BankCampaign for Fearless Champions gift will support new sports performance center…

The Little Big Folk of the West Texas Friday Night Lights

By Jack Walker - Sports Editor

It’s Friday in Texas. The School year has gone and come again and will soon be gone as…

New Set Revealed for Longhorn Network Pregame Show Texas GameDay

By Floyd Miller

Texas GameDay, Longhorn Network’s college football pregame show, is set to air from two new locations this year.…

Saint Bobby and the Peculiar Patronage of Jordan Spieth

By Floyd Miller

By West Texas Tribune Sports Editor, Jack WalkerHis cut-shot was flirting with a greenside bunker until, in his…

The Purzuit of Perfextion.

By Floyd Miller

Did American Pharoah win the Triple CrownBy: Jack Walker, West Texas Tribune, Sports Editor It was 1978, right…

COACH AND QUARTERBACK DYNAMIC DUO DELIGHT IN RE-DEFINING DYNASTY FOR PATRIOTS

By Jack Walker

By: Jack Walker ATLANTA– Following a 13-3 triumph over the L.A. Rams Sunday night, February 3rd inside Mercedez-Benz…

Super Bowl 51: Falcons vs Patriots Highlights, Recap, Final Score

By Floyd Miller

In the first overtime in Super Bowl history, the New England Patriots scored 21 unanswered points to beat…

NFL now the No Fair League

By Floyd Miller

By Marc NettlesThe NFL recently fined rookie Cam Heyward $5,787 for wearing eye black with the nickname of…

Fall Classic Crystal Ball: Royals Rangers Reincarnated

By Floyd Miller

By Marc NettlesThe Kansas City Royals did it again. Lorenzo Cain showed his jets to score from first…

Abilene Scores Big with Six-Man Football State Championships

By Debi Shultz

ABILENE, TX – The Texas UIL announced that Abilene will once again play host to the State Championships…

TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS RECEIVES $1 MILLION GIFT FROM HAPPY STATE BANK

By Floyd Miller

By Carri Roach, Marketing Director Happy State BankCampaign for Fearless Champions gift will support new sports performance center…

The Little Big Folk of the West Texas Friday Night Lights

By Jack Walker - Sports Editor

It’s Friday in Texas. The School year has gone and come again and will soon be gone as…

New Set Revealed for Longhorn Network Pregame Show Texas GameDay

By Floyd Miller

Texas GameDay, Longhorn Network’s college football pregame show, is set to air from two new locations this year.…

Saint Bobby and the Peculiar Patronage of Jordan Spieth

By Floyd Miller

By West Texas Tribune Sports Editor, Jack WalkerHis cut-shot was flirting with a greenside bunker until, in his…

The Purzuit of Perfextion.

By Floyd Miller

Did American Pharoah win the Triple CrownBy: Jack Walker, West Texas Tribune, Sports Editor It was 1978, right…