Adam Wright recently took on the position of Vice President at the branch of First United Bank in Lamesa.
After paying off its Rural Development Loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Hillcrest Duplexes in Lamesa now is able to offer rental spaces with no restrictions on income.
Despite the massive damage, the driver and lone occupant of this Chevrolet pickup reportedly walked away with relatively minor injuries after it crashed into a parked tractor-trailer rig early this
Although the left side of the pickup in the distance looks fine, the right-side door and roof were ripped off and left behind in a jumbled mess when the pickup crashed into the back of a tractor-tr
Tickets at a discounted price for the 68th Annual Pancake Supper of the Kiwanis Club of Lamesa will be available from any local Kiwanis Club member and at several local
Only a tiny slice of the full moon remains in sunlight before a lunar eclipse reached totality late Sunday night. The eclipse, which for a while turned the moon a
All Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices nationwide soon will reopen to provide additional administrative services to farmers and ranchers during the lapse in federal funding, according to an announce
Thirty-one students in the Lamesa High School Golden Tornado Band earned spots in the All-Region Band and All-Region Honor Band through competitive audition. That is the highest number of students
Eight out of the 11 gins operating in the Lamesa area have finished processing cotton for the year, while the remaining few expect to finish up in the coming weeks.
Nominations will be due this coming Friday for the recipients of three awards that will be announced at the 100th annual Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet next month. The