For the second time this year the City of Lamesa is seeing a big financial windfall from a mineral lease of city-owned property.
Lamesa High School cheerleaders and the Golden Tornado mascot stand behind John Robison, chief meteorologist with Lubbock’s KCBD News Channel 11, as he gives the weather report from Lamesa’s Forrest Park during Thursday’s 6 p.m. newscast. KCBD did both its 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. broadcasts from Lamesa as part of its annual Community Coverage Tour, spotlighting Lamesa and the surrounding area. LPR photo
One man was taken to a burn center in Lubbock after Lamesa firefighters responded to a house fire here about 8:20 p.m. Thursday.
Although still at a relatively low level here, Dawson County is seeing a resurgence in COVID-19 cases like much of the rest of the nation is experiencing.
Monday is the deadline for local residents and businesses to file reports to the state regarding damages from the severe storm that hit Lamesa and the surrounding area on June 26.
A Lamesa fixture that’s been around for half a century is now part of the town’s history.
Of the 8,787 people who have died in Texas due to COVID-19 since early February, at least 43 were fully vaccinated, the Texas Department of State Health Services said.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Tammy Wyatt, executive director of the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club, gives little Carleigh Ann Schuepbach a boost so she can blow out the “60” candles on a cake celebrating the 60th anniversary of the club in Lamesa. The club held an open house on Friday afternoon to mark the occasion. LPR photo
A former O’Donnell student who was expected to return to the school this fall apparently was an unintended victim of a shooting incident in San Antonio early this past week.