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Council reverses stance on land sale

You don’t normally see a Lubbock television news cameraman at city hall, a standing-room-only audience, clapping, smiles, or tears from a grateful business owner during a city council meeting.

Entrance and rental fees for the community swimming pool haven’t changed in years, even though those fees aren’t enough to cover the cost of operating the facility.

Night on the Square



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    A Catholic funeral mass service will be celebrated for Andres L. Grimaldo, age 68, of Amarillo, TX., at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 18, 2021 at St.

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    Funeral service for Roy Odis Byrd, 83, of Lamesa will be held Thursday, June 17, 2021at 2:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church with Jon Warren officiating.

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    Greg Bird, 58, died Friday, June 4, 2021.


Emma Garcia

Lamesa’s Emma Garcia and Borden County’s Haddie Flanigan didn’t know each other until this past weekend.

Marquez earns one more chance on diamond

When the Golden Tornado baseball team finished the season in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs Josh Marquez was one of 13 seniors who thought that their high school playing days were over.

Daiz chooses to pitch at Richland College

Following his MVP senior season with the Golden Tors, Lamesa’s Cam Diaz will be making his pitch as a college athlete at Richland College in Dallas.


Not gone yet

I had a bit of a eureka today.

There are two groups of people in this world: those who have been thrust into the tsunami that is grief and those who hope to outrun the storm.

School finance is juggling act

This time last year I wrote an article pertaining to my responsibilities at Lamesa ISD.

Abbott vows to expand barrier

Gov. Greg Abbott vowed last week at a border security summit to build a barrier to slow the flow of migrants through the state’s southern border.

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