Jolanda Johnson, Samuel Sifuentes and Audriana Edwards were among those working to prepare a meal as the local Juneteenth celebration kicked off Friday evening at the Forrest Park Pavilion. Additional activities were planned Saturday and Sunday at the Hollis Carver Park near S.E. 14th St. and Canyon Ave. LPR photo
Although only about 40-50 took part in Thursday evening’s CommUNITY Peace Walk, organizer Steven Carden said it was a good start for what he hopes will become a series of events to bring residents of Lamesa together.
Dual thunderstorms packing high winds and some localized heavy rain caused a variety of damage in parts of the county.
A year ago, Alana Renfro only dreamed of being able to walk, much less play volleyball with her mom in their backyard.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Two statewide races are on the ballot for an upcoming Democratic Party primary election runoff.
Without any comments from the public, a public hearing by the Lamesa City Council on Tuesday evening lasted only a few minutes to wrap up a grant-funded water line improvement project.
We’ve never done it that way before.”
I don’t think it’s my imagination that Father’s Day seems like a last-minute add-on.
I recently agonized with the process of replacing my left hip, long delayed mainly due to my own stupidity but most recently postponed by Covid19. The surgery was originally scheduled for tax day, April 15. Finally got it done on May 6 at Dr. Phillips Hospital in Orlando, Florida.