When it came time to name a new president of the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce, members of the executive committee did not have to look far. “Karen Mize is
Bids for more than $565,000 worth of mainly cosmetic improvements at three Lamesa campuses were approved by Lamesa school board members during their regular meeting this past Tuesday. On the
Instead of the traditional six-week grading periods, the Lamesa school district will be switching to nine-week grading periods beginning this fall, according to Superintendent Jim Knight. That was one of
Directors of the Mesa Underground Water Conservation District again will be considering a tax break for a proposed large solar energy generation facility in the northeastern corner of Dawson County.
All local and area cooks are being challenged to put their best chili recipe to the test in the Fourth Annual Chili Cookoff on Thursday, July 4, in Forrest Park.
Recent Sands High School graduate Landon Morrow is one of 15 students across the state who have been honored as 2019 Student Heroes by the Sate Board of Education (SBOE).
City Council gives approval for canine to assist Tahoka police TAHOKA – There soon will be a new officer in the Tahoka Police Department, but it will be the four-legged
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Wednesday, June 12, through Thursday, June 13: Wednesday, June 12 12:10 a.m. – A female
Students in the Klondike ISD will start the 2019-2020 school year on Thursday, Aug. 15, and their last day of school will be on Friday, May 15, 2020. A revised
Summer Kid Movies are being hosted by Lamesa’s Movieland Theater every Wednesday at 2 p.m. through Aug. 7. Movies are $5 each. Full concession stand will be open at regular