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JUNETEENTH FUN

A youngster keeps everyone cool with sprays of water from a garden hose from a slide and small pool at Forrest Park Saturday afternoon.

Eight people were arrested on various charges – six of them felonies – during a crime suppression task force operation here last Thursday and Friday, according to information from the Lamesa Police

A Lamesa man was killed during the early-morning hours Saturday in a twovehicle collision between Midland and Lamesa.

Obituaries

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    Funeral service for Ronnie Hendon, 70, of Welch will be held Saturday, June 25, 2022, at 2:00 p.m.

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    Funeral services for Lillie Aleman Salinas, age 67, of Lamesa, TX. will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 24, 2022 at Gonzales Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Jeremiah Aguayo officiating.

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    Funeral services for Liboryo “Chacha” Iglesias, Jr., age 52, of Lamesa, TX., will be held at 2:00 p.m., on Friday, June 24, 2022 at Gonzales Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Jeremiah Aguayo offi

Sports

Cal Ripken team earns trip to state tourney

After dropping their first game in their district tournament at Andrews, the chances for Lamesa’s 12-and-under Cal Ripken all-star baseball team to extend their season didn’t look good.

Softball girls earn all-state recognition

Two Golden Tors and two Borden County Coyotes have been recognized among the best high school softball players in the state this past season.

Ruiz takes outfield in GWTBCA All-Star game

Versatility was a trademark of Christian Ruiz while playing high school baseball for the Golden Tors.

Forum

Emerging from fog into clarity

Lately, I’ve become acutely aware of the clarity in my life. This clarity was earned with all that I had and all that I am. I know I am not alone. I know our numbers are too great to count.

State comptroller releases broadband expansion plan

State Comptroller Glenn Hegar last week released his agency’s plan to support the expansion of broadband internet access to areas with limited or no access.

Off they go...

The collective “whoosh” sweeping across the nation this month is the sound of school leaders exhaling, most of them having awarded diplomas, seen graduates throw caps skyward and watch them depart

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