Preparing to start the playoffs later this week, Klondike’s District 3-1A’s volleyball champions got something of a wake-up call Tuesday night at Loraine. The Cougars saw their 11-match win streak
The state football playoffs don’t officially start until next weekend, but don’t tell that to the O’Donnell Eagles or the Klondike Cougars. Friday night’s six-man football game at O’Donnell between
Finishing their 2019 high school football season Friday night at Fort Stockton, the Golden Tornadoes are hoping that last weekend’s gusty showing against Snyder helps give them an edge. After
Golden Tornado head girls basketball coach Shai Young will have his squad at full strength when they open up their season here this weekend. “It’ll help us tremendously. We’ve been
By going 11-1 and guessing the closest on the tiebreaker, Iris Bergara won this week’s Lamesa Press-Reporter Football Contest. Bergara guessed 65 points on the tie-breaker which saw Snyder hold
Services for Jennifer Lynn Straley Martinez, 42, of Lubbock will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 at First Baptist Church in Welch with Ben Phipps officiating.
Funeral mass for Samuel “Sammy” J. Lopez, 61, of Lamesa will be held Thursday, November 7, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. at St.
Graveside services for Michele Rai Smith, 42, of Lamesa will be held Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Dawson County Cemetery with Daniel Reese officiating.
Capping an undefeated run that began last spring, this team from Klondike High School captured the national championship this past week in Milk Quality and Products competition at the National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis. Mackenzie Allison (left) coached the team which consisted of senior Gracen Proctor, junior Brenda Friesen, and sophomores Ashlynn Cagle and Allison Hutchings.
Although they’ll have to wait until next February for the official word from Austin, coaches across the state at least have a better idea about where they might spend the