Nicholas Alcantar and his mother, Jocelyn Alcantar, built a gingerbread house together at the Dawson County Public Library’s event for families on Tuesday.
Christmas-related activities are continuing at various churches in Lamesa as they prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ. Services and activities that have been reported to the Press-Reporter follow. First
Kaylene Davis (left) and Melissa Lopez with the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes apply defensive pressure to a Greenwood player following a rebound in basketball action here on Tuesday evening. Lamesa had a tough time shooting the ball,
My cousins from out of town visited my brother and me in Lubbock this weekend, which has become a rare treat. I practically lived next door to my cousins throughout
Great things are happening at South Elementary. Our academic foundation has started strong, and we have many things of which to be proud. The English Language Arts teachers are excited
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton applauded a Dec. 14 Fort Worth federal district court decision declaring unconstitutional the U.S. Affordable Care Act, widely known as “Obamacare Ten months ago, Paxton
God first created man and then woman, but the atheist created himself.
Individuals in Lamesa may continue to vote through this coming Friday for their favorite home that has been entered in the Deck the House contest. Voting for the contest will
Going against one of the top-ranked Class 1A teams in the state, the Klondike girls basketball team lost to Ropes on Tuesday night by a score of 52-27. “They are
O’Donnell’s girls varsity and junior varsity both tallied wins over Tahoka on Tuesday evening at Tahoka. The Lady Eagles won the varsity contest by a score of 43-33. O’Donnell led