The Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 100th year anniversary from 1918-2018 at its annual banquet this past Thursday evening. A highlight of the annual banquet is the awards
Mark Ray (right), incoming chairman of the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce, thanks outgoing Chairman Larry Duyck for his leadership of the organization this past year.
Information about the City of Lamesa and the local economy was presented in separate reports by Mayor Josh Stevens and Sean Overeynder as part of the annual Lamesa Area Chamber
Forty-four students with Lamesa High School Business Professionals of America recently competed in that organization’s regional contest. Thirty-four of those students are state qualifiers, six are state alternates, and seven
Any qualified resident who plans to file as a candidate in the city, school or hospital elections only has one more week in which to complete and submit an application.
Borden County ISD responded to abnormally high student and staff absences by cancelling school last Thursday and Friday. The school district attributed the absences to the flu, which has become
The capacity for getting into trouble and the ability for getting out of it are seldom combined in the same person.
Information about the current state of Lamesa, as well as the projected future of its economy, will be presented as part of the 100th anniversary Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce
Two Lamesa residents were killed on Sunday afternoon when their vehicle rear-ended a stopped 18-wheel tractor-trailer on State Highway 349 north of Midland. Roger L. King, 58, and Wendy L.