I wanted you, and I had you. It was beyond wonderful. But you had to leave and now I am alone.
Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order last week banning state agencies, cities or counties from creating a “vaccine passport” requirement.
Spectators look over an entry in the Spring Shine Car Show held this past weekend at downtown Lamesa. The show, which benefi ts the Golden Tornado Band, brought out visitors from not only Lamesa, but a large part of West Texas and New Mexico. LPR photo
FFA teams from Lamesa, Klondike, Dawson and O’Donnell placed in various contests at a series of Career Development Events (CDE) contests held last week.
SNYDER – After months of searching, the Scurry County Ministerial Alliance has procured a new site for the Scurry County Food Cupboard and several other ministries.
ANDREWS – With Memorial Day fast approaching in just over a month, a prominent roadway in Andrews will be dedicated to local soldiers who provided the ultimate sacrifice for their country and town.
BROWNFIELD – Early voting for Terry County is still a week away beginning Monday, April 19 and going until Friday, April 23, and the second chance being Monday, April 26 until Tuesday April 27.
SNYDER – The Snyder ISD school board voted Thursday to amend the school’s face covering protocol.
SEMINOLE – The Texas Education Agency (TEA) informed school districts across the state on Tuesday, April 6, that they would have to suspend their first day of STAAR testing due to widespread technical problems.
After seeing his first year as the Golden Tornadoes’ head tennis coach cut short due to COVID-19, it seemed like Jose Lucio had to wait forever to get his players to their first district tournament.