Dresses swirl in flashes of color as members of the Lubbock-based Fiesta Del Sol Ballet Folklorico presented traditional Mexican folk dances on Saturday at the Pavilion in Forrest Park as p
Candidates to be crowned Lamesa High School’s homecoming king and queen here Friday evening are (from left) Vanessa Moreau, Jonas Coronel, Jonathan Davis, Samuel Aguirre, Dee Ortiz and (not
Junior Andrea Cantu (left), sophomore Jocelyn Marroquin, and freshman Isabella Martin are their class representatives serving as members of the the Lamesa High School homecoming court on Fr
Funeral services for Sarah Lou Henley, 92, of Lamesa, will be held Saturday, September 21st, at 2:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church with Reverend Jim Medley officiating.
Susan Elaine Martin, 63, passed peacefully into her eternal home on September 17, 2019.
Funeral service for Merlene Brown, 94, will be held Tuesday September 17, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. at Lamesa Church of Christ with Dwaine Brown officiating.
The Golden Tornadoes volleyball squad celebrated its 20th win of the season during a long trip to Fort Stockton bright and early Saturday morning.
With their sights set on another trip to the playoffs, the Klondike Cougars have opened District 3-2A play by winning two out of their first three matches.
Lamesa’s junior high volleyballers split their matches Monday evening at Levelland, winning two out of the four matches against the Loboettes.
Last night my mom appeared in one of my dreams. She passed away nine years ago – from Alzheimer’s. I haven’t been able to think about her –not really – since. It’s an ugly disease.
By Jill Pertler
Great things are going on at Lamesa ISD! Our student athletes are working very hard to compete at a very high level to achieve outstanding athletic accomplishments.
By Gregg Moreland
Gov. Greg Abbott on Sept. 12 released the Texas Safety Action Report, a document that details what Texas and Texans are doing to prevent mass shootings.
By Ed Sterling
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