Discussion of the school’s Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) report will be the main focus of a called meeting by the Dawson school board on Monday evening. That
Ever come across a situation – however minor – that activates curiosity? Responding to minutia I often uncovered in youthful years, my old mother often said, “It don’t amount to
When my husband, Peter, and I met, we each had a dog. Peter had a collie named “The Pretty Boy,” (Yes, “The” was part of his name) and I had
TAHOKA – Tahoka’s Dixie Dog Drive-In, an iconic drive-in at 1802 Main Street that has long been a favorite of locals, was destroyed in an early-morning fire on Oct. 11.
Lamesa ISD has released the A and A/B honor rolls for South Elementary for the first nine-weeks grading period. A Honor Roll First Grade- Christian Avila, Christopher Barrera, Cameron Beatty,
Leigh Ann Archer (left) presents Tammy Wyatt, executive director of the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club, with a $2,500 America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation from the Bayer Fund. Archer was
By Mary Jane Buerkle Plains Cotton Growers Thanks to favorable weather, harvest activity on the Texas High Plains increased fairly significantly over the past week, with more defoliant being sprayed
Texas farmers and ranchers have the opportunity to win a $2,500 donation for a nonprofit of their choice through America’s Farmers Grow Communities program. The program, which began in 2010
Earlier this week, O’Donnell Coach Fernando Baeza talked about the importance of Friday’s homecoming football game against Grady. Baeza’s Eagles went out and played like a team on a mission.
Taking a break from league play this week, the Klondike Cougars went into Friday night’s game against Loraine expecting a good fight from the Bulldogs. It didn’t take Coach Dalton