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Food for Thanksgiving


COVID toll now at 32

Dawson County saw a bit of good news late this week regarding the COVID-19 outbreak here.

K-Bob’s preparing to rebuild

Less than a week after a fire gutted the back of K-Bob’s steakhouse during the early morning hours of Nov.


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    Catholic committal graveside funeral services for Maria Guadalupe Banuelos, age 78, of Lamesa, TX.

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    Sanford J Boardman of Lubbock, formerly of Lamesa, went to be with his Lord & Savior on November 16, 2020. 

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    Johnnie (Mitch) Weaver, Jr. went to be with the Lord, his sweet Lavina Rose and many other family members on November 4. 2020.  He passed peacefully at his home in Lamesa, TX.  


When Dustin Wall first become Sands High School’s head cross country coach some 12 years ago he had a feeling that he was on the verge of something special.

Coyotes get 71 points before halftime Friday

Due to COVID 19 it had been a couple of weeks since Borden County played its last game.

Gregg Moreland enjoyed a successful return as Lamesa’s head boys basketball coach Friday night as the Golden Tornadoes rolled to a 97-82 season-opening win over Monahans.


Footless but not deFEETed

It is tempting – ever so tempting – to claim authorship of the headline introducing a column written a dozen years ago.

Freshly baked bread

I’m going to bake bread!” my husband, Peter, announced.

Thankful for giving!

Showing gratitude is one of the kindest and most powerful gifts humans can offer one another. It can cost little or nothing to reach out to another person and suggest a gracious word.

Lamesa Press-Reporter

P.O. Box 710
Lamesa, TX 79331