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Stunt Drivers and Cinebots Team Up to Showcase the 2016 Tacoma Like Never Before

In a recent video clip released to the official Toyota YouTube channel, the Japanese automaker offers its viewers a behind the scenes look at a the 2016 Toyota Tacoma--and we're seeing it in ways we've never seen it before.

With the help of one of the most talented stunt drivers in the business, Greg Tracy, and one incredibly sophisticated piece of robotic camera equipment, the Bolt high-speed Cinebot, the folks at Toyota were able to capture some seriously epic, super-slow-mo footage of the new Tacoma that's sure to impress. Check it out below:

 

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Make a Wish: Waltzing for Wishes

My name is Maggie Guthrie, and I am the wife of a man named Vance and mother and stepmother to five amazing kids...Maddie, Koda, Kersten, Landry and your starlight dancer, Brynne.


I’m here to share our story, our journey began with an uneventful pregnancy and birth of a smiling baby girl Brynne Michelle Bigham on Dec. 10, 2008. Everything was perfect, and her big brother thought she was awesome. We stayed the usual…
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Reagor Dykes Presents the Coach Jess Stiles Texas Tech University Scholarship

The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame, Inc. (NFF) is a member-supported, non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the future of football in the local, state, and national levels.

 
Monterey’s Baylor Mitchell received the Reagor-Dykes Coach Jess Stiles Texas Tech University Scholarship in the amount of $8,000. The scholarship was created in 2014 by owners Bart Reagor and Rick Dykes to honor the Memory of the late Jess Stiles who coached and supported…
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Trevor Paradoski: Let's Roll Magazine Student Athlete

Since his freshman year, Trevor Paradoski has adhered to the routine of drawing a cross on the infield dirt behind him and the shortstop position he patrols for the Coronado Mustangs.

 

The cross is a symbol, a reminder and a comfort to Paradoski, now a senior who has no qualms talking about the importance of faith in his life.

“It reminds me not to be afraid and that no matter what, I’m never alone,” he said. “If I go out there and have a hiccup or make an error or a mistake or something, that cross reminds me that…
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Casa Graduation


For the better part of three years, the Reagor Dykes Auto Group and CASA of the South Plains have been tremendous partners as the community minded business has helped a non-profit organization expand the light it shines across the South Plains.

CASA stands for Court-Appointed Special Advocate, and CASA volunteers are trained and equipped to be the voice of a child in the foster care system.

 

Jennie Hill, executive director of CASA of the South Plains, said prospective volunteers participate in a thorough process to prepare them for this important job.

“All CASA prospective volunteers complete a required screening, interview…
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The New F-250 is Built Ford--and Texas--Tough

A tough attitude, unrelenting work ethic, and the willingness to put in the long hours--it all just seems to come with territory of living here in the great state of Texas. Hard labor calls for a heavy-duty rig, and when you're shopping for a pickup truck to help out on the worksite, you want one that will do more than simply supplement each task at hand--you want one that can take your daily grind to new and unprecedented heights.


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Reagor Dykes Headquarters Complete

Reagor Dykes Auto Group has put the final touches on its new headquarters building in downtown Lubbock.

Bart Reagor and Rick Dykes, co-owners of the Reagor Dykes Auto Group, said they’re excited to finally be in the newly renovated Myrick-Green and Cobb buildings that opened on February 29th.

“It’s kind of been an evolutionary project. I love the finished product” said Dykes.

The auto group purchased the two downtown buildings at 1215 Ave. J in 2013 to create the new 75,000-square-foot corporate headquarters.

The new building houses all of its offices, leasable office space and a state-of-the-art…
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Life Lessons: Boys & Girls Clubs

The RDAG joined many other local businesses in helping to raise funds for the youth who are able to take advantage of programs provided by area B&G clubs.

 

Former Texas Tech and Texas Football Hall of Fame coach Spike Dykes delivered an inspiring message which focused on what it takes to be a winner and what the Boys and Girls Club does to help young people learn values that will not only help shape them but will allow them impact those around them positively for a lifetime. 

Spike Dykes said, ”the Boys and Girls Club, there’s no telling…
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Tresten Kennard: Let's Roll Magazine Student Athlete

A Hit In All Aspects

Tresten Kennard is all smiles off the field and all business on it. A two-sport senior standout at Frenship High School, Kennard enjoys competition and being part of a team.

 
Tresten Kennard is a two-sport standout for Frenship, and his success as the Tigers’ starting quarterback translates into confidence as a third baseman and pitcher on the baseball team. Head coach Chad Reynolds says Tresten’s athletic experiences have prepared him for virtually any on-field pressure situation.

“I’ve been playing sports since I was 5,” he said. “I’ve grown up watching my dad…
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Play Ball 101

When you think of baseball, you think of a hot summer day outside, not indoors in the middle of winter. That is, unless you’re Kyle Gayler, owner of Hub City Fieldhouse in south Lubbock. Gayler has created an indoor space to help younger kids learn and enjoy the sport of baseball. 

 

Starting at the age of four, kids can play in tee-ball and coach pitch leagues. Gayler said they wanted to start leagues because they had both the facility and the resources, “We wanted to do it because we had the space to do it and it works great…
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