Monday is the last day to turn in the Summer Reading Club Blackout Bingo cards to the Dawson County Public Library. Those entered in the SRC will get extra entry forms for the grand prizes with those blacked out cards. Blackout cards turned in after the 6th do not get extra forms, but still receive special prizes.
While a cloud of dust from the Saharan Desert of Africa has been making news lately, it was a local cloud of dust kicked up by a thunderstorm that swept across Dawson County on Wednesday evening.
Dawson County apparently is exempt from an executive order issued by Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday requiring all Texans to wear a mask over their nose and mouth while in public places.
One more of Lamesa’s big annual events has fallen victim to the COVID-19 crisis.
With a passion for fishing, J.D. Cuellar knew he wanted to work in a field related to wildlife.
Dawson County cotton farmers are experiencing another set of challenges for this growing season that they had not expected.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Crisis services will be provided to those affected by COVID-19 through a program offered by West Texas Centers, the mental health authority for a 23-county region in rural West Texas that includes Dawson County.
Presentation of the county’s financial audit for the 2019 fiscal year is the only item on the agenda for a special called meeting of the Dawson County Commissioners Court this coming Tuesday.
Give me a break. There are pitfalls when one is in tall weeds trying to determine the origin of expressions.