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Did A Chicken Restaurant Just Chicken Out On Selling?

Posted 10-10-2021 at 02:04 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

The following snippet from my life would qualify for the "What were you thinking?" file. It was something you had to see to believe.

A few days ago, on my way to work, I had stopped at a Starbucks to pick up a latte and take it with me to work. Unbeknownst to this writer, someone had snuck a little flyer under my windshield wiper so that I could see it. Now, since it was dark outside, I didn't see the flyer with the ad until I had arrived at work. It was the...
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Scripture Of The Day - October 8, 2021

Posted 10-08-2021 at 10:08 AM by Albert Finch (How Do I Advance My Spiritual Life?)

John 14:6,7 - "Jesus saith unto him, 'I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. If ye had known me, ye should have known My Father also: and from henceforth ye know Him, and have seen Him."'

Unless we can be corrected, unless we are seeking God for an unfolding revelation of His son and His purpose for our life, our so-called "faith" may be, in reality, just a lazy indifference, a deception concerning the things...
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A Voice From The Past: Nightsounds' Bill Pearce

Posted 10-07-2021 at 08:39 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

Now and then, I pause on my computer and listen to some old shows, including one which played late at night on the radio for more than twenty-five years. It's a show which hosted a gospel jazz musician who spent many years on Chicago radio and took his show nationwide.

His name is Bill Pearce. He's no longer with us, as he passed away in 2010, not long after his longtime radio show ceased first-time production. Reruns of "Nightsounds" still live on today, both...
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More From Lubbock: A Future Lake Close To The City

Posted 10-06-2021 at 08:17 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

Just when y'all thought that little jut from the Caprock boundary was worth another look, well, in about twenty years, you might be jet-skiing on it. That's right, everyone. Lubbock may just be getting a brand-new lake, and it's going to go in right off East State Loop 289 just to the southeast of town and west of Buffalo Springs Lake. Planners estimate that it will take approximately seventeen years to complete.

As if the aformentioned Leprino move weren't enough,...
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The Lubbock Economy Just Got A Little Bit Cheesy

Posted 10-06-2021 at 07:47 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

Lubbock has had its hits. It's had many misses (too many to admit) down through the years. The city just got a new performing arts center, but now, a big company is about to do something very big.

How big?

Denver dairy company Leprino Foods is proposing a 258-acre manufacturing plant east of State Loop 289 and north of 19th Street. It's the city's newest, biggest project they've had, bigger than the failed College Baseball Hall of Fame project that they...
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