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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - January 20, 2007, Lubbock, Texas LUBBOCK t Slf r sa COUNT f Faithful Leadership As president of Baptist General Convention of the Stephan Vernon focuses on missions as main B1 How Low Will It Go Cost of gasoline likely to drop but motorists shouldn t expect a big windfall at the D5 SATURDAY JANUARY 2007 96 50 CENTS Area alert or more heavy snow JODI MILLER T Reprints at Elementary students Marcus and Caitlyn Rogers take shelter from the snow as they head home Friday released classes early due to the With proper its OK to let kids have a ball in snow BY TRACY SIMMONS Its wet and frigid The dog doesnt even want to go out But for some reason that soggy pow der calls to kids like a calls to a foot ball So bundle them up and let them have at Its The said so Just dont send them out in flipflops and a tank They should always dress in said Cathy Willow Bend Ele mentary school Make sure children have on dry including thermal under wear or some thing close to the Tuck the outer pant into their if anything it makes for a cute Mousavi said children lose 80 percent of their body heat through their neck and so make sure they have a hat or hood She recommend ed mittens for their little Theyre better than gloves to keep their hands she If the sun decides to come then the sun SEE PAGE A4 T Want to make a real Carefully choose some fresh Roll it into round Place on top of sugar Top with your favorite fruit Source T Sledding in Lubbock Mackenzie Mae Simmons Hill at Elemen tary Flint Avenue and 23rd Storm gets off to late still packs a punch BY ROBIN BRISCOE A winter friend may greet many with a large smile but Frosty will probably melt away The blast of snowy weather that hit the South Plains on Fri day will likely taper off but not after dumping several inches of The National Weather Ser vice issued a heavy snow warn ing for the with flakes possibly falling at 1 to 2 inches per hour during parts of the The weather service pre dicts between 3 and 4 inches of snow for a weekend total of between 6 and 9 inches down from the 7 to 13 inches predicted Its not impossible that we see more than said Ron a weather ser vice meteorologist in Were still thinking it could get pretty Communities west and north of Lubbock were getting hit the hardest on Friday and were expected to continue receiving heavy Though snow started falling later than expected when it it was a mix of freezing sleet and SEE PAGE A4 MORE COVERAGE STATES LATEST STORM delivers icy blast to El PAGE A6 CHECK OUT more local photos of the snowy PAGE A6 STACI GRAY T Reprints at Charles Nunley with Lee Lewis Construction clears mud and snow from the entrance of WalMart at Street and Milwaukee Avenue on Friday V Fridays winter weather Snowfall about Vk inches by 8 but more was expected Vehicle wrecks in the city and about 30 as of Friday T For today As much as 4 inches of snow could fall in Lubbock some areas on the South Plains could get Flights all three airlines reported no for but XV residents need to contact their individual carrier as changes are expected to continue but delays are Road closures as of Friday no major roads were re ported JODI MILLER T Reprints at Truck driver Henry Weavers pounces on a snowball The two were stranded at the Flying J rest stop on Fourth Street off of Interstate Weaver drives for Conway Truck and was on his way to Salt Lake City but decided to stop in Lubbock because of the icy road condi accident leaves residence in ruins BETH AARON T This story first appeared on our Web site at Firefighters with the Woodrow Volunteer Fire Department battle a fire at 2120 County Road 7670 on Friday BY BETH AARON A woman suffered minor injuries and lost her Lubbock County home Friday while at tempting to heat her mobile There was a propane leak in side the house in the 2100 block of County Road said Cade assistant chief of the Woodrow Volunteer Fire When the whose This story first appeared on our Web site at name was not went to light the pilot the resid ual propane inside the house caused an explosion and Underwood The house was a complete To prevent fire accidents during SEE PAGE A4 Food mart first out of gate for packaged wine sales in Wolfforth BY JENNIFER ADKINS Wolfforth residents should be able to purchase beer and wine at the Kwick Food Mart on the Brownfield Highway in approximately two Other businesses are shuffling paper work to allow alcohol and theres buzz about larger businesses coming to town such as the grocery story first appeared on our Web site at But outside of the Kwick Food everything for is In Wolfforth voters ap proved packaged beer and wine sales in the city in a 545385 People ask me every day when theyre going to be able to buy beer and wine in said Steve chair of Responsible Citizens for Economic the group that worked to get the needed signatures to force the City Secretary Deb bie Youngblood The whole point of the package sales was to try to get a grocery store back in Weve not had one in seven or eight those who opposed alcohol sales have not changed their We know that its coming so were just going to have to deal with Almost ready said Mark the senior pastor at First Baptist I just still think when you play with youre play ing with fire and eventually youre going to get After the measure was put on the bal lot in First Baptist presented a sermon titled The King of the King of Beers in which parishioners were asked who they would Reddy and Family which owns the Food and James owner of some commercial property in have brought their permit applications to City Hail to SEE PAGE A4 TOONS AJ Annies TODAYS Thy word have I hid in my heart that might not sin against Psalm ON THE WEB i 1 Snow High 32 Low 27 i Tomorrow Partly J high of 32 Li 1 Protect your investments With Crop See our ad on page m
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