New traffic control lights were being installed this past week where the extension of State Highway 349 will intersect with U.S. Highway 87 just southeast of Lamesa.
A single red, athletic-type, shoe sat beside the white line marking the outside lane of the highway. An open-toe sandal, a pair of black athletic shoes, a blue athletic shoe,
Judging competition in the 2019 Dawson County Junior Livestock Show will get underway this coming Thursday evening and Friday morning at the LeeRoy Colgan Building (the county fair barn) just
Thee out of the four local governmental entities – City of Lamesa, Lamesa Independent School District and Dawson County Hospital District – all have elections scheduled this coming May. Mesa
Michaela Riggins, sophomore from Lamesa High School, won the Golden Ticket award in the NO BULL Challenge, a global video contest open to youth ages 15-24. According to the organization’s
Rhonda Martin, who will serve as County Auditor for at least the next two years, believes she has been preparing for this job her entire working career.
Cara McLeod was sworn in as the court reporter by 106th Judicial District Judge Reed A. Filley on Jan. 1.
In the last meeting of 2018 for the Dawson County Commissioners Court, County Judge Foy O’Brien expressed his appreciation to those elected county officials whose service to the county ended
Newly elected 106th Judicial District Judge Reed Filley (center) is administed the oath of office by outgoing District Judge Carter T. Schildknecht, while Judge Filley’s wife, Rebekah, holds The Holy
Once he had been sworn into office, 106th Judicial District Judge Reed Filley administered the oaths of office to the county officials pictured below (from left): County Commissioner Precinct 4