Graveside service for Charles David Crawford, Jr., 39, of Lamesa, will be held Friday, October 29, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.
It’s going to take a while longer before Lamesa school district officials know how much insurance will cover the more than $1.2-million in damage caused to school facilities by June 26 storm.
This is a scene that many local farmers have only got to dream about the past few years, as a cotton stripper pulls in an abundant crop from an irrigated fi eld a few miles east of Lamesa this past
Operators of area cotton gins are predicting this season will be a good one for cotton as long as the weather holds out.
Lamesa school Superintendent Jim Knight updated board members Thursday about on-going construction projects on the district’s campuses.
The stuck-up Mrs. Clivedon-Banks, played by Rebecca Mince, Justin Lindsey as Rev. William Duke, and Corban Kellum as Mr.
Starting Monday everyone in Dawson County will need to dial the area code whenever making a call, even if trying to reach someone else right here in Lamesa.
Seventeen new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed among Dawson County residents during the past week.
The good news is fewer high school students in Lamesa are failing classes. The bad news is fewer students are attending classes.
Klondike FFA’s Greenhand Chapter Conducting team will be aiming to bring home a national championship when they compete this coming week at the 94th Annual National FFA Convention and Expo in India