Located seven miles northeast of Lubbock, Idalou began as a settlement around a South Plains and Santa Fe Railway depot in the early 1900s. While the exact origin of its name is disputed, it is commonly believed that it is the merger of two forenames, "Ida" and "Lou". Currently, the town serves as an agricultural center for cotton farming in northeast Lubbock County, with many residents employed in farming or farming-related occupations.
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