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Local accountant Scott Newberry with the Wilton Foundation displays some of the rainbow trout that were placed into the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club Lake on Tuesday by the Texas Parks and Wildlife De

Those present as the Lamesa Seniors Community presented gifts to the Dawson County Child Welfare Board included (left to right): Berenda Put-man, Melissa Cazares, Amanda Barrera, Jennifer Smith, Ti

Lamesa Fire and Rescue, which teamed up with the Dawson County Sheriff Office and others, collected the most cans at 6,700 for Jingle Mingle out of those organizations participating in the second a


    Jerry Dean Doshier, age 75, of Hideaway Lake, Texas, went home to be with his Heavenly Father on Friday, December 7, 2018 at his residence. 

    Funeral services for Annie “Tootsie” Moore, 86, formerly of Lamesa, will be held on Saturday, December 15, 2018, at 1:00 p.m., at Branon Funeral Home Chapel with Jim Medley officiating. 

A Memorial mass service of Christian burial will be celebrated for Roberto R. Lerma, age 80, at 2:00 p.m. Friday, November 16, 2018 at St.

    A memorial service for Faedre Tempest Lee, age 16, of Lamesa, Texas, was held at 1:30 p.m.

Ann Louise (Lentz) Limmer Leslie, 84, of Plainview, passed away on Monday, November 12, 2018.


Members of the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes play defense against Fort Stockton during the recent O.W. Follis Basketball Tournament here.

Lamesa’s varsity girls basketball team used a big third quarter to capture a 48-41 win over Fort Stockton here on Tuesday.

Lamesa High School’s Golden Tornado varsity boys basketball team was dealt a 69-31 loss by Midland Lee here Tuesday evening.

A Class 6A squad, Lee jumped out to a 49-17 lead at halftime.


Alana Renfro posed with the Sunset Baptist Church’s tree, which will benefit the Texas Baptist Home for Children, in the Dal Paso Museum’s Christmas Tree Forest.

Those who work for the City of Lamesa visited with residents from around town at the city’s Christmas Open House last Friday.

Lori Vogler represented the Rainbow Room for the Dal Paso Museum’s Christmas Tree Forest. The Rainbow Room is a local organization that benefits children through the Child Welfare Board.


This week I was able to attend the Men’s Prayer Breakfast. This is a group of men who get together every week for fellowship, a great breakfast, to hear the Scripture proclaimed, and to pray.


If you guys haven’t noticed, the weather has been pretty cold the past few days.

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Lamesa, TX 79331