LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – This week the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance announced $900,000 in two different grants aimed at equipping young people with the skills necessary for good jobs. To read the full article click here.
Much of the electricity generated over the next 30 years by Hale Wind Project will remain local instead of being sent to ERCOT or other power grids, thanks to a deal announced Tuesday by Xcel Energy. To continue reading click here.
BORGER, TX A $720 million plant expansion is providing a much needed economic boost to Borger and Hutchinson Counties. After three years of construction, crews have finished the Borger Nitrogen Operations Expansion Project and are currently testing each section of the new facility before going fully operational. To read the full article click here
It’s hard to believe, but 2017 is right around the corner. Lubbock has seen growth across the city in 2016, from new restaurants opening, to the announcement of new businesses and new hotels being built this year. To read the full article click here.
Texas employers picked up the hiring pace in November, taking on an estimated 20,900 additional workers as uncertainty over the presidential election faded and signs of light emerged for the state’s beleaguered energy and manufacturing sectors. To read the rest of the article please click here.
The Midland City Council and the Midland Development Corporation (MDC) approved two agreements with LeoLabs, Inc., a company offering space debris tracking services.
Brownfield residents have excitedly watched the new Halliburton facility take shape in recent months and that excitement is matched by high-ranking administrators within the world-wide oilfield services giant.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration has awarded $1 million to the City of Plainview and Hale County to make water infrastructure improvements to the new regional business park.
Twin Eagle Sand Logistics commences commercial operations at the permian rail park.
Hundreds of Lubbockites were present when Monsanto announced a $140 million capital investment in Lubbock to make the city its primary U.S. hub for cotton seed processing.