General information on Lubbock County plus info on cities that do not have enough sites for separate locality subcategories. Websites covering all aspects of the cities of Lubbock, Abernathy and Slaton are primarily found in Regional: US: Texas: Localities: L: Lubbock; Regional: US: Texas: Localities: A: Abernathy; and Regional: US: Texas: Localities: S: Slaton

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Buffalo Springs Lake Fishing
Information such as fishing regulations, access points, and geography from the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife.
Buffalo Springs Lake Triathlon
Schedule and registration information and previous year's results for sprint tri-raider and half-ironman.
Capitol Impact: Lubbock County
Political representation, census data, many media sources are all found here.
Handbook of Texas Online: Acuff
History of the town part of the Roosevelt school district in east central Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Barton Community
History of this town in southwestern Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Becton
Short history of this town in northeast Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Broadview
History of this town in northwestern Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Buffalo Springs Lake
History of this community recreation area.
Handbook of Texas Online: Canyon
History of the town once also known as Canyon School or Wheelock and part of the Roosevelt school district in east central Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Carlisle
Short history on the town named for rancher W.A. Carlisle and annexed to Lubbock in 1984.
Handbook of Texas Online: Center
History of this settlement in north central Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: County Line
History of this town northwest of Lubbock and west of Abernathy.
Handbook of Texas Online: Heckville, Texas
Profile of the small town in northeastern Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Hurlwood, Texas
Short history of the town in western Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: IOA Ranch
History of this ranch that once comprised most of the southern half of Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Kitalou
History of this east central Lubbock County town.
Handbook of Texas Online: Liberty
History of the town in north-central Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Marnels
Short history of a perhaps now-extinct town in Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Midway
History of this town in southeast Lubbock County and part of the Roosevelt school district.
Handbook of Texas Online: Monterey
History of the short-lived town also known as South Town or Ray Town which was consolidated with Lubbock to form present-day Lubbock.
Handbook of Texas Online: Posey
Short history of this town in southeastern Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Reese Air Force Base
History of the now-closed Lubbock County base.
Handbook of Texas Online: Reese Village
Brief history of this at one time government-owned community at the eastern edge of the former Reese Air Force Base in western Lubbock County.
Handbook of Texas Online: Slide
History of this community in southern Lubbock County, the second oldest town, formerly known as Block Twenty.
Handbook of Texas Online: Thomas Saltus Lubbock
Short biography of Lubbock County's namesake.
Handbook of Texas Online: Union
History of this south central Lubbock County community, whose school was consolidated with Cooper school.
Handbook of Texas Online: Woodrow
History of this town in the extreme southern part of Lubbock County, containing Cooper school.
Life in Lubbock, by the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Snapshot of statistics and general information on many sites of interest to visitors and residents.
Lubbock County 1895
Scanned part from 1895 Texas Atlas.
Lubbock County RACES
Amateur radio Emergency Communications services.
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