Emily Claire grew up in Arizona and made her way to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University. She graduated from Tech with a great education, an admiration of radio, and much love for the Hub City. She is passionate about mental health advocacy and animal rescue. In her free time you might find her taking photos around town, crafting, or playing with her dog.
This New $1.8 Million Lubbock Home is a Modern Work of Art
The sharp edges, unique design, and industrial finishes make it a beautiful home meant for a very specific type of person.
5 Allergy-Friendly Dishes to Serve this Thanksgiving
If you are enjoying your holiday meal with anyone that has those two allergies, or any other dietary needs, check out these recipes:
Texas Mental Health: What Is and Isn’t Considered Gaslighting?
With the word’s popularity growth, comes misunderstandings of what it really is.
A Little Bit of Kindness Goes a Long Way This Holiday Season
While the holiday season is a festive and fun time for lots of folks, it can also be a difficult time for many.
Texas-Made Christmas Gifts and Home Décor
Now that Halloween is over, many Texans are ready to start prepping for Christmas.
‘Ready. Set. Winter!': Atmos Energy Shares How to Prep for Winter
Atmos Energy is an energy provider in Lubbock specifically natural gas, and they recently sent out a guide to their customers.
Adorable Texas-Themed Dog Costumes for this Halloween
Not only are they adorable, but they are also Texas-themed!
The 25 Highest Paying Jobs in Texas
While many of these jobs require a specific education and a lot of experience, there are a few that you might already have the qualifications for and not even know it.
Texas Tech Greenhouse Hosts Special Event on the First Day of Fall
The garden looks beautifully lush, and the weather should be great that morning for walking around and enjoying all of the plants.
Fruits and Vegetables that are Best to Buy This September in Texas
Now that we are transitioning from summer to fall, we are in a sweet spot where there are still summer fruits and veggies in season, but we are also starting to see some fall produce come into season as well.
What an Episode of ‘The Real Housewives of Lubbock’ Would Look Like
An argument ensues, nasty things are said, one of them leaves the event in a huff…
Texas Experiences Seasonal Depression Differently Than the Rest of the U.S.
If you or someone you know is struggling with seasonal depression in any form, it is important to reach out.