An oft-overlooked holiday on the calendar is Flag Day, June 14, which celebrates the official establishment of the American flag. The occasion was first created by a young Wisconsin schoolteacher.
Gov. Greg Abbott on June 6 signed three bills into law to improve school safety and expand access to mental health resources. “After the horrific shooting (at Santa Fe High
My kids grew up as part of the Toy Story generation. We watched Toy Story 1 and 2 on our VCR over and over and over. They were favorites, but
Concern that any new highway project almost certainly will take traffic around rather than through Lamesa, directors of the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce were hesitant on Monday to support
After extensive discussion, no action was taken by Lamesa Economic Development officials on Monday evening on a request to support a proposed extension of Interstate 27 from Lubbock to Laredo.
On Monday, Governor Greg Abbott signed Texas House Bill 1079, which directs Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to conduct a comprehensive study of the Ports-to-Plains Corridor. The study must evaluate
Workers with Goertzen Construction have begun putting up the steel framework for a second Edward Jones branch office building in Lamesa at North 7th Street. and Dallas Avenue. The building
Planning for the Independence Day celebration and other upcoming activities is underway at the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce, according to Chamber President Sandra Adams. “We’ve got a lot of
Four 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Police Pursuit Vehicles have been delivered for the Lamesa Police Department and are awaiting the completion of all paperwork, registration and final programming of radio
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Friday, June 7, through Tuesday, June 11: Friday, June 7 12:37 a.m. – An officer