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Come Sunday, the only thing Pastor David Boyd knows for sure what he’ll be doing on Father’s Day is preaching at the Mount Olive Baptist Church in Seagraves.

The Texas Department of Transportation (Tx-DOT) began seal coating this week on more than 365 miles of roadways as part of its preventative maintenance project within its Lubbock District.

Siblings save honey bees

They’ve been found in tire racks, in the walls of homes and even in the gas tank of a 1957 Buick.


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    Graveside service for Judy Jones, 77, of Lamesa will be held Tuesday, June 18, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. at Dawson County Cemetery with Pastor Dennis Adams officiating.

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    Celebration of Life funeral services for Ernest Sustaita age 45 of Lubbock, TX. were held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 7, 2024, at River of Life at 401 S. 1st St in Lamesa, TX.

    Graveside service for James Henry Gehring ,70, of Lamesa, will be held Monday, June 10, 2024 at 8:30 a.m. at Dawson County Cemetery with Pastor Alan Korinek officiating.


Highway 176 between here and Andrews could find itself somewhat busier in the coming week with Lamesa’s Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League sending teams to their annual district tournaments at Andrew

Borden County and O’Donnell are both well represented on the all-District 4-1A Baseball team which turned out being one of the toughest small school baseball districts on the South Plains.

Caleb Dimas’ team shot a 26 here Wednesday evening to win this week’s golf scramble at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.


Long Ago Promises

For the most part, handshakes, backslaps, hugs and teardrops--some joyously wept from grateful souls who achieved much, and some from others who barely sneaked by to graduate--now are part of histo

What’s in Wyoming?

What was the first National Park? Yellowstone. Where is that Park? Wyoming.

What was the first National Monument? Devil’s Tower. Where is that monument? Wyoming.

God’s plan for every man

Recently, our family laid to rest a man affectionately known as “Papoe Dean” to our great-granddaughters. He was a hardworking farmer and rancher that raised two boys.

Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331